Clem Masters Breeds Four Bathurst Winners On One Card

Clem Masters Bred Four Bathurst Winners & Connections
Clem Masters Bred Four Bathurst Winners & Connections
Blayney breeder Clem Masters was the toast of the sleepy central west township on the weekend after breeding four of the eleven winners at Bathurst on Saturday afternoon.

Clem, who is ably assisted by brother Gordon, landed the third with impressive maiden performer Mona’s Abbey. Named after their 94 year old mother Mona, the Over Flo X Glen Abbey Dream whelp romped home by six lengths in a nippy 30.45.

The smart Salford Gypo started the ball rolling with a flying 25.97 victory in race 2 for first time trainer Teresa Morriss. The Eiffella X Glen Abbey Dream whelp remains unbeaten in three starts over the 450 metre trip.

Versatile litter-sister Eiffella Abby made it back to back wins for Allan Harvey when she trounced Sweeny and Camomile Boy in the Free For All posting 26.12, taking her overall win tally to twelve.

Cliff Rushworth, who part owns the aforementioned, completed the quartet when Valley Bond (Bond X Red River Valley) took out the second heat of the Starr Kennels Sprint in 26.36 from Superb Desire and Dealer Assassin.

The opening heat was taken out by Hot Fuzz who led throughout for Greg & Tracey Turnbull in 26.31 holding out Janderra’s Mate and Stunning Kali.

Former top stayer Malfoy is starting to make his mark at stud and he sired a winning double at the meeting. Carrasco (ex greeny’s Gift) proved too strong Scanadalous Miss to register an 18.09 maiden success for Lynn Maney whilst the Trevor Jones prepared Talevero (ex Pacific Style) was never in doubt posting a hollow 26.13 victory on debut.

Iron Bark Forest finished best to down Royal Court in 18.18 to also make it consecutive wins in as many weeks for Geoff Case.

Barry Coyte’s Ophir Gem also achieved the feat with a slippery 17.86 victory in the last downing Big Brave Choc and Spudnick.

Promising youngster Forest Diamond continued her good form for the Wicks family when she powered home to defeat Shiney by a half length in 30.58.

The Earl Anderson trained Tollmax notched his initial success in 18.06 in the opening event giving Earl’s grandson Jamie Crawford his first ever winner as an owner.

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