Two Stable Runners To Compete At Newcastle On Saturday
Aug 05, 2016
Damien Lane will supply two runners to the Beaumont Newcastle jockey club meeting on Saturday, August 6, the rail position is +5 m the entire circuit, racing on a heavy eight, the weather is predicted to be overcast.
The first of the stable runners will enter in race two in a maiden plate with Moysation, third up from a spell Blaike McDougall aboard jumping from barrier two with a small field of seven to compete.
4 year old bay gelding (9-9-2012) Sire: Mosayter (USA) Dam: Comeinspina (NZ) (Spinning World (USA)) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Mr P Grant
Owners: Mrs G P Kelly-Grant, D F Lane & Grant Thoroughbred Holdings (Mgr: P Grant)
Colours: Gold, Black Stars, Gold Cap With Black Lightning Bolt
Gear Changes: Blinkers OFF FIRST TIME, Winkers FIRST TIME
Moysation is a four-year-old Bay gelding having raced on five occasions, he was last seen at Scone on July 15 finishing 10 of 14 with Kody Nestor aboard landing 7.9 lengths behind the winner in a time of 1:06.91 racing on a soft 6 over 1100m.
The second stable entrant will see a first career starter enter in race 3, with Eyota to be ridden by Grant Buckley jumping from barrier (4), with a field of 8 to compete.
3 year old chestnut gelding (26-9-2013) Sire: Reward for Effort Dam: Bichette (Bellotto (USA)) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Mega Video Pty Ltd
Owners: Roseglen Racing (Mgr: R F Smith)
Colours: Blue And White Quarters, Blue Sleeves, Red Cap
Eyota is a three-year-old chestnut gelding having start number one, he has prepared for this outing via 2 barrier trials, the first of which at Gosford finishing second of six with Aaron Bullock the pilot landing 6.8 lengths behind the heat winner Dubawi Sniper and is prepared for this outing via a Wyong barrier trial on July 18 over 845m with Mitchell Bell aboard arriving a half length in front of the nearest rival finishing first of six in a time of 53.28 with the heat conducted on a soft seven.
The stable would like to wish connections of both these runners the best of luck at Newcastle on Saturday.