Pinwheel A[euro][approximately]in Good Order' for Ramornie

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Pinwheel A[euro][approximately]in Good Order' for Ramornie


Byline: TONY WHITE sport@dailyexaminer.com.au

WHK Ramornie Handicap

1200m a 3.13pm

1 Border Rebel

2 The Jackal

3 Youthful Jack

4 Forestreno

5 Black Prince

6 Pinwheel

7 Kenny's World

8 Daunting Lad

9 Subtle Cove

10 Mr Hornblower

11 Ollie Vollie

12 Kryptelon

13 Lifebuoy

14 Save A Buck

15 Inanna

16 The Sixties

17 Blue Jupitor

Elders Grafton Cup

2350m a 3.21pm

1 Indikator

2 Twin Wing

3 Fulmonti

4 Ironstein

5 Go Cart

6 Frozone

7 Teary Eyed

8 Calatrava

9 Warrior Within

10 Blinkin Easy

11 Beatboy

TAB fixed odds Grafton Cup

$2.50 Ironstein

$4.8 Beatboy

$6.50 Teary Eyed

$8 Twin Wing, Frozone.

$14 Fulmonti, Indikator

$21 Calatrava, Warrior Within

$35 Go Cart

$71 Blinkin Easy

DARLEY Australia head trainer Peter Snowden was delighted after Pinwheel drew barrier one in tomorrow's $130,000 WHK Ramornie Handicap (1200m).

"A great draw. You can't do much better. All is well," Snowden said.

NSW TAB fixed odds have installed the four-year-old, a Danny Nickolic mount, as $3.60 second favourite behind Border Rebel ($2.90).

In contract the Sue Grills-trained Border Rebel drew barrier 11 in the 16-horse field. He will at least come in one if reserve Blue Jupiter doesn't get a run.

Local hope Forestreno, tackling his fifth Ramornie, drew barrier 10 and dual winner The Jackal barrier 12.

Snowden said Pinwheel worked stylishly on Tuesday.

"He's a good trackworker and pleased us with what he did on Tuesday," Snowden said.

"He's in good order, as good as I can get him."

Snowden, unlike Grills, suggested Border Rebel's wide gate awouldn't stop hima. …

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