A great Sunday for the stable training a double with a winner at both Bendigo and Casterton, with both horses coming off last start wins. Exciting import Harbour Views lived up to the hype after his impressive maiden win at Warrnambool. Stepping up to the BM64 grade and ridden by inform Johnny Allen he jumped as $1.60 favourite and made easy work of the opposition cruising to the line eased down to win by 3.5 lengths.
The second part of the double came from the south-west of the state where Break And Enter claimed the Casterton Cup. Ridden by Jack Hill, the son of Wanted was strong to the line in a close finish, holding off the race favourite Barry The Baptist. The gelding who is in career best form has now taken his earnings to over $100K.
Congratulations to the connections of both horses who are both enjoying some exciting days at the races with in form horses.