Day At The Track

Caldow to the fore with four wins

04:00 PM 09 Jan 2018 NZDT
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John Caldow combined with Bruce Morgan for two of his four wins at Melton last night. Pictured is Believe In Forever, a Rock N Roll Heave 3yo who look to have a handy future.

John Caldow was at his top-class best at Tabcorp Park Melton last night, the champion reinsman guiding four winners home on the 11-race harness racing card.

The Melton reinsman has driven over 100 winners in a season on 20 occasions and has 3616 victories on the books all up.

Last night he drove a winning double for Junortoun horseman Bruce Morgan (Believe In Forever in the Allied Express 3YO Pace and Silent Growl in the Cogs Pace 2nd Heat).

Caldow and Morgan are a proven winning combination.


“It was great to get a double for Bruce. We’ve been together for a lot of years now. Probably 20-odd years … and he’s had a few health issues last year and it’s really good for him to bounce back and get a couple of winners,” Caldow today told the Trot Line.

Also among Caldow’s winners last night was Anton Golino-trained Fiery Mountain Girl, too strong for Jay Pe De in the Aldebaran Park Trot, and Maree Caldow-trained Madeeba in the HRTC Bendigo Pace.

The Caldows raced Madeeba’s mother, Mesmerizing, who won 19 races and $180,000 in stakemoney on the track and has produced four winners as a broodmare thus far, including champion Messini (whose Bendigo Cup win at the weekend took his stake earnings to over $656,000).

Caldow said he had a two-year-old full-brother to Messini (by Art Major) at home who was showing plenty of promise.

Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

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