Day At The Track

Good day for Adams

08:35 AM 30 Oct 2017 NZDT
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Bella Sara,Harness racing
Bella Sara beating AR Rose in a qualifying heat at Ascot Park
Bruce Stewart

Invercargill trainer Wayne Adams and stable driver Shane Walkinshaw had a good day at their local track (Sunday). They produced two smart qualifiers in Bella Sara and Jennys Rose and won with smart mare Argyle Beach.

Jennys Rose is by Panspacificflight out of Zeonly Survivor and is a half-sister to Back On Board which won once in New Zealand from seven starts.

He (Back On Board) was then exported to West Australia where he won a further nine races including the Group Three Alltools Four Year Old Championship at Gloucester Park. Another half brother Overboard Again (American Ideal), won twice for Wayne Adams before heading to Australia where he's won a further seven races.


Jennys Rose (outside) and Duke of Wellington deadheading       - Photo Bruce Stewart

Adams/Walkinshaw's second qualifier was the Tintin In America three year old filly Bella Sara which is a half sister to Lamborne Road.

Later in the day Adams and Walkinshaw won with four year old Somebeachsomewhere mare Argyle Beach.

Junior driver Chelsea Faithful won her second race today (Sunday) with Misty Memories. It was the first driving win for her employer Hamish Hunter.

The four year old mare by Real Desire owned by Graham Cooney came down the outside of the track to beat Delight N Gold by a nose and was 33-1 in the betting.

 

Bruce Stewart
Southland Harness Racing

 

Argyle Beach winning easily

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