American Ideal three-year-old Whozideawasthis continued his love affair with Forbury Park when remaining unbeaten on the Dunedin track last night.
Trained by Paul Kerr in Ohoka, Whozideawasthis has ventured to Forbury Park on four occasions and has been victorious every time.
Remarkably, the colt has had eight starts on other tracks and is yet to win a race.
Kerr was also successful with capable Jereme’s Jet gelding Alta Jerome, who was driven by Kerr’s son Mitchell.
Whozideawasthis was one of three winning drives for champion driver Dexter Dunn, who currently sits on 195 wins for the season and now looks certain to crack double century, a feat that he has narrowly missed in the last two seasons.
Dunn was also victorious aboard the Cran Dalgety trained two-year-old filly Margarita, who is a Bettor’s Delight daughter of the smart mare Holloway.
Given a nice run in the trail, Margarita powered up the passing lane to down two-win mare Pay Me Quick, who was game in defeat after sitting parked.
Dunn then guided the Chris Thornley trained Joe The Hunter to an all-of-the-way victory in the penultimate event.
Meanwhile, Monnay once again overcame his 60 metre handicap to win his second race in the space of six days, while Riga Doon, who is a full-brother to superstar mare Carabella, notched up his second career win when slogging it out for a nose victory in the last race on the card.
By Mitchell Robertson