A terrific day for the whole team as we landed 3 winners at Randwick and one at Caulfield, capping off a great end to the Sydney Autumn Carnival. 

All Hallows' Eve was first to strike in the James B Carr Stakes over 1400m. She had the race in mind all preparation and partnered by Jamie Kah for the first time, delievered getting her deserved stake win. A full sister to stablemate All Saints Eve, this was a valuable win for her and the Rosemont and Waikato team have plenty to look forward to going forward.

In Melbourne, Intrepidacious got her preparation off to the perfect start winning the F&M BM78 1100m for Laura Laffert. Laura gained her first metropolitan win in the process and it was a pleasing win for her ownership group, Lorraine Holt and Christine Cook. She has been a fantastic servant for them and will now head to Doomben on the 15th of May for the Bright Shadow F&M 1200m. 

Rocha Clock was excellent in the BM100m 1400m in the hands of Rachel King. She has gained a good association with Rachel and this was a great first up win off a short let up. She will either head to The Coast at Gosford or the Dark Jewel Classic at Scone. She is building an excellent profile and we'd love her to gain some major blacktype for her owner Jason Abrahams

Lost And Running rounded off the card with an impressive display, powering clear to beat his rivals by 4 lenghs eased down. He is a horse we hold in the highest regard and he is starting to learn his craft and execute his race plan well. He will likely head to Rosehill on the 15th of May for the Luskin Star G3 over 1300m. He is a horse with a very exctiting future. Well done to owners - Mr C E Holt, Mr L Petagna, Mr F W Cook, Mrs C M Cook, Mrs I O'Shea

 

 

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Jal Lei Wins Impressively At Kembla

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Mr Gee Dominant On The Kensington Track

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2yo Winter Double

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