Big Day Out For the stable At Wyong
Jul 27, 2015
Damien Lane will supply a number of runners to the Wyong race club meeting on Tuesday, July 28 with weather predicted to be fine racing on a soft seven the rail position is out 2 m the entire circuit.
The first of stable runners Orlando Jack will race first up from the stable in a class two handicap over a thousand metres with Rachel King aboard jumping from barrier seven in the field of seven
Orlando Jack is a three-year-old gelding having start number six with one win earning prize-money in excess of $18,000, he formally raced out of Victoria, with his last start being at Bendigo on June 28 finishing 11 of 15 over 1400 m with Dylan Dunn in charge in a BM 64 finishing 3.8 links behind the winner in a time of 1:25.10.
The second stable runner Hawk Eye Jack will come out in race five in a maiden plate over 1350 with Tommy Berry aboard jumping from barrier five in a field of 13.
Hawk Eye Jacke is a three-year-old chestnut gelding having start number six with $1800 so far banked after racing out of Victoria, he made the trip to Bathurst, competing on a heavy 8 over 1406m on June 30 finishing eight of 10 with Rachel King aboard arriving 12.8 lengths behind the winner in a time of 1:28.50.
The next stable runner Pirate Jack will come out in race six in a class one handicap over 1350 m with Rachel King aboard jumping from barrier seven in a field of nine.
Pirate Jack is a five-year-old gelding having start number 11 with one win and to placings earning prize-money in excess of $20,000 he is another runner from the Hirsch team formally racing out of Victoria having last competed on June 28 finishing nine of 11 over 1200m with Dean Holland aboard arriving 8.8 lengths Behind the winner in a time of 1:15.58.
Sergeant Bilko is the next runner to perform for the stable third up from a spell in a BM 65 handicap with Jeff Kehoe aboard jumping from barrier five in a field of 14 over a mile.
Sergeant Bilko is a six-year-old gelding having start number 43 with five wins and 16 placings earning prize-money in excess of $60,000 last time out he completed at Taree finishing 13 of 14 over 1400 m with Serg Lisnyy aboard arriving 8.3 lengths behind the winner in a time of 1:26.64.
The final stable runner will see Attitude Pays come out in race eight in a BM 60 handicap over 1200 m with Serg Lisnyy aboard jumping from barrier six with a field of 13 to compete.
Attitude Pays is an 8 -year-old Bay gelding having start number 31 with four wins and eight placings earning prize-money in excess of $58,000 last time out he competed at Taree on July 14 finishing at the tail of the field over 1250 m with Molly Partridge aboard arriving 17.4 lengths behind the winner in a time of 1:15.18.
The stable would like to wish connections the best of luck at Wyong on Tuesday.