Damien Lane To Saddle Up Two Runners To Newcastle

Feb 03, 2017

Two Damien Lane prepared runners will compete at Newcastle on Saturday, February 4, with the weather predicted to be fine racing on a good (4), with eight events scattered across the program.

The first of the stable runners will enter in race two with Kanguru, to compete in a BM65 Handicap over 1350 m with Serg Lisnyy aboard jumping from barrier four.

6 KANGURU
5 year old bay gelding (19-10-2011) Sire: Casino Prince Dam: Gorgeous Miss (Shamardal (USA)) View Pedigree Report
Breeder: Bowness Stud
Owners: A R Skulski, P K James, Mrs J L James, Mrs N Izzet, H Izzet, Mrs J L Skulski, P A Skulski, B A Withnall, Mrs A M Withnall, M E F Young, Mrs L T Young, P G Anderson, I J Meredith, R Connell, K B Watkins, S Bugeja & Miss E A Izzet
Colours: Purple, Green Spots, White Sleeves, Purple And White Quartered Cap

Kanguru is a five-year-old Bay gelding having raced on 30 occasions for 4 wins and nine placings earning prize money exceeding $109,000.

When last in competition he raced at Wyong, on January 22 finishing fourth of 12 over 1200 m with Serg Lisnyy aboard arriving 1.60 lengths behind the winner Kings Tariff in a time of 1:09.27.

The final stable runner will see Neon Jungle having career start number two in a maiden set weights for three-year-olds over 1300 m with Serg Lisnyy aboard jumping from barrier two.

4 NEON JUNGLE
3 year old chestnut gelding (18-11-2013) Sire: Reward for Effort Dam: Star City Light (USA) (Risen Star (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
Gear Changes: Tongue Tie FIRST TIME

Trainer: Damien Lane (Wyong) Jockey: Serg Lisnyy 57kg

Neon Jungle is a three-year-old chestnut gelding having raced on one occasion with one placing earning prize money exceeding $2000.

That placing was at Wyong on January 22, finishing third of 9 over 1200 m with Serg Lisnyy aboard arriving 2.70 lengths behind Eusebio, in a time of 109.57.

The stable wishes connections the best of luck at Newcastle on Saturday.