Day At The Track

Cameron's first Australian victory

04:03 AM 10 Apr 2008 NZST
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It was a night of firsts for young Kiwi reinsman Kyle Cameron at Tuesday's Cranbourne meeting, as he landed his first winner on Australian soil at his first drive since relocating from his hometown of Christchurch after accepting a position with Maree and John Caldow in Melton, when successful aboard the 4-Year-Old Fake Left/Readymade Lombo gelding Imposter in the Clayton RSL Pace for C1 class over 2105 metres.

Raced by Maree Caldow, son Matthew and daughter Lauren, Imposter taking a concession, was driven to perfection settling one/one from gate two, before easing three wide in the final circuit to avoid being pocketed when the runs from the rear started to come.

Striding clear on straightening, Imposter defied all challengers in the run to the wire to score from Village Deputy which trailed him home, with Eatem Alive third in a 2-01.1 mile rate.

Kyle had previously done work experience with the Caldow's last year.

Len Baker

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