Ben Rawlings celebrates double victory at Gawler with sibling duo

Agent Four 11:8:23 Gawler Race 6
trained a winner double on night at , with a brother and sister saluting.

Agent Nineteen lined up in the 400m fifth grade, paying $1.22 with online greyhound betting sites.

He won by 5.25 lengths in front of Chill On Ice ($19) and Our Laura Rose ($8), in a time of 22.53.

11/08/23 Gawler Race 7 (400m) – Agent Nineteen (22.53) T: Ben Rawlings

The winning time shaved down his previous best time of 22.55 and was the first time he had traveled the track and trip since May 12, also saluting on that occasion.

The x dog has gone unplaced only twice in his last 14 starts.

He has banked $17,515 in prize money for with 11 wins and six placings from 27 career starts.

His sister, Agent Four bounced back into the winner's circle for the first time since July 7.

She was sent out in the 531m race, paying $4.20 in betting markets.

At box rise, she got out from the pink box to race wide and on the first turn, passing .

Into the straight, she led and ran on to win by 1.75 lengths in front of Motive ($3.70) and Luke ($7.50), in a time of 30.91.

11/08/23 Gawler Race 6 (531m) – Agent Four (30.91) T: Ben Rawlings

Her career kicked off in the best fashion with a dominant 5.25 length win over the Gawler 400m in June last year.

The Fernando Bale x Agent Thirteen bitch has 12 wins and 16 placings from 38 starts and has banked $17,338 in prize money for connections.

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