Temora held a Nice Products Day with the owner sponsoring all races with trophies to all winners of mostly automotive products.
The first, a maiden over the short saw the Victorian Uno Havoc jump well and continue on to win for Jason Formosa with local Coota Jack second and Swanky Earl third in 18.25.
Race 2 saw a good jump by all with Vista Lane taking the lead and holding on to win for Sean Bannerman with Parrydise Hill and Joshua Lane fighting out for the places in 26.43.
The Piroque Lodge Stakes saw the Allison Green dog Wild Dollar lead all the way to win from Boy Puzzle and Typical Raven with the time being 18.12.
Graham Brown’s dog Classy Been took out the Eddie Harmer Painting Stakes from the fast finishing Golden Ruby and Parrydise Palm who filled the places in 26.42.
Local Dog Wamberal Teddy won the Ellis Breust Painting Stake for Lenny Sargood with Wee Selina second and third was Mimy’s Mystery in a good 18.02.
The Nice Products 4/5 over the 457m saw a good field with the final winner being the Margaret Bannerman trained Pearl Lane in 26.09 with Cruiser Bale second and Calleen Whisper third.
The top grade sprint, the AG-N-Vet saw David Jordan’s Samantha Victory back in the winners list after a few months lay off. Second was Parrydise Tonka and third, Bar Tender some way back to fill the places in an excellent time of 17.68.
Picadilly Babe trained by Gary Hyland took out the Swanky Park Stakes in 18.17 with Just Do It and Wyndham Nikkita filling the places.
Race 9, the Blue Paws 5th grade 457m saw the Wayne Taylor trained Altair Izmir win from the fast finishing Mr Tunney, second and Bling Bling Ado, third in the time of 26.25.
The Crutcher’s Supa IGA Stakes saw Glendale Wastrel give nothing else a chance winning in an excellent 17.71 for Glen Schwencke with Swanky Suzie second and third was Crouch and Hold.
The last being the Neil Grimmer and Co Stakes went to Trevor Cook’s Mick Adams who had the outside draw where he likes. Mean Warna came second and Blue Whisper took out third in 18.23.
Our next meeting will be our first night meeting for the year and will hold a heat of the Bill Baker’s Bull & Barley to go to Sydney.
Also held on our next meeting will be the heats of the Haddrill Stakes over the 457 for 0 – 2 winners with no metro wins.
We would like to thank the carer’s of the residents from Greenstone Lodge who gave up their time to bring them to our race meeting.