Day At The Track

Something Eyre resumes with effortless win

09:33 PM 03 Aug 2014 NZST
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Something Eyre in an effortless all-the-way win
Something Eyre in an effortless all-the-way win
Peter Staples Photo
Talented three-year-old pacer Something Eyre resumed from a spell to score an effortless all-the-way win in the Eliza's Signature Loaves Pace for C0 pacers over 2090 metres at Tattersall's Park in Hobart tonight.

The colt pinged the gates from barrier one with Ricky Duggan in the cart and he was never headed on his way to a comfortable win from Robin Scherbotsky with Jabber Jawzzz a close-up third.

Something Eyre had not started since mid April when second to Cardinal Art in Launceston.

Something Eyre has won three from his seven starts with three minor placings making the New Zealand-bred colt a handy money spinner.

He was purchased in New Zealand by his owners Barry Cooper and Jamie Cockshutt for an undisclosed sum and has since proven to be a good buy for two of the state's most prominent owners.

Robyn Scherbotsky ran home well when she gained clear racing room in the home straight and Jabber Jawzzz also was doing his best work over the concluding stages.

Peter Staples


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