Day At The Track

Young joins elite company

08:34 AM 10 Sep 2019 NZST
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Jocelyn Young,Harness racing

Jocelyn Young has joined Kellie Kersley as the most successful female driver in Western Australia, after she teamed up with Remit Me Whitby in the WA Sires Day Westbred Pace (2185m).

The Debra Lewis-trained filly bought up Young’s 194th win in the sulky for her career and joined Kersley on the mark.

It was fitting the Mach Three filly bought up the milestone for Young, who she has driven at each of her 13 career starts, three of which have been wins. 

Remit Me Whitby was able to cross to the front from barrier five and then held off race favourite Bee Jays Boy to win by 2.4m.

It caps off an outstanding year for Young, who took out the Group 1 WA Oaks earlier this year with the Justin Prentice-trained Has No Fear.

Elsewhere at the Pinjarra, Arma Indie made it three wins in a row to start her campaign.

The four-year-old mare found the front comfortably from barrier three and led all the way. 

Tim Walker 

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