Lane Accepts With 2 Runners For Wednesday's Canterbury Meeting
Aug 30, 2016
Wyong trainer Damien Lane will travel to Canterbury Park on Wednesday, August 31 with two runners in the form of Spinning Gold and Helensburgh Ham to compete with overcast conditions forecast racing on a soft seven the rail position is +3 m the entire circuit.
The first of the stable runners will see last start winner Spinning Gold compete in #the races handicap over 1550 m with Kerrin McEvoy aboard jumping from barrier 2.
11 SPINNING GOLD
6 year old brown or black gelding (26-10-2010) Sire: Waterford Road Dam: Comeinspina (NZ) (Spinning World (USA)) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Mr P Grant
Owners: Grant Thoroughbred Holdings Syndicate (Mgr: P Grant, Mrs G P Kelly-Grant & D F Lane
Colours: Gold, Black Stars, Gold Cap With Black Lightning Bolt
Track: 0:0-0-0 Dist: 19:1-4-4 Track/Dist: 0:0-0-0 Distance(s) Won: 1100 (1), 1200 (1), 1600 (3)
Firm: 1:0-0-0 Good: 18:1-5-3 Soft: 12:2-1-1 Heavy: 7:2-2-2 Synthetic: 0:0-0-0
Spinning Gold is a six-year-old gelding having start number 39 with five wins and 14 placings earning prize-money exceeding $104,000, he has prepared for this outing via a Dubbo victory on August 23 when racing on a heavy eight in a BM 60 handicap over 1620m, partnered by Aaron Bullock claim the prize by 0.20 lengths in a time of 1:39.56 for the journey.
Race six on the program will see Helensburgh Ham compete in the McGrath estate agents handicap over 1200 m with Ms Deanne Panya aboard jumping from barrier nine with a field of 12 to compete.
11 HELENSBURGH HAM
4 year old bay gelding (9-11-2012) Sire: Kaphero Dam: Ambazar (Starcraft (NZ)) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Lakeview Resources Pty Ltd
Owners: B J Nicholls
Colours: Maroon And White Checks
Track: 2:0-0-1 Dist: 5:0-2-1 Track/Dist: 2:0-0-1 Distance(s) Won: 1300 (2)
Firm: 0:0-0-0 Good: 5:0-2-0 Soft: 4:1-0-1 Heavy: 5:1-1-0 Synthetic: 0:0-0-0
Helensburgh Ham is a four-year-old Bay gelding having raced on 14 occasions for two wins and three for placings earning prize-money exceeding $52,000 last time out he raced at Canterbury on August 17 in a CG&E, BM 72 handicap racing on a soft 5 over 1250 m saw Jake Pracey-Holmes land third of 12 with the gelding with a small margin of 0.20 lengths recorded from the winner in a time of 1:16.04.
The Damien Lane Yard wishes connections the best of luck at Canterbury on Wednesday.