The Finemore colours struck a double at Hawkesbury yesterday, winning with both Don Arcangelo and This'llbetheone and James McDonald. 

Don Arcangelo struck first in the BM64 2000m race, winning well second up. Always in a good spot, he quickened well at the top of the straight and will now earn himself a shot in town. Congratulations to Finemore Thoroughbreds, Planette Thoroughbred Trading Pty Ltd

This'llbetheone was great on debut winning at Kembla on Melbourne Cup Day. He headed for his second start on Thursday and did it tough on the front end with plenty of pressure. He is still a big baby who will take time to fully mature, however in time should make into a lovely galloper. Well done to connections Finemore Thoroughbreds, Torryburn Stud, Mr A S Osburg

 

 

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Finemore Double At Hawkesbury

Finemore Double At Hawkesbury

The Finemore colours struck a double at Hawkesbury yesterday, winning with both Don Arcangelo and This'llbetheone and James McDonald.  


Lost And Running Wins Hunter

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