Bluey's Chance returns to form
- The Christmas at the Races meeting was held on the Polytrack so to enable planned R&M on the Course proper to be brought forward.
- The meeting was extremely popular with Christmas party goers and all reserved events were sold out.
- Nine-year-old BLUEY’S CHANCE a past second placegetter in a Wellington Cup dropped back to Rating 64 and rallied late to win the Neovia Advisors & Accountants Rating 65. Kenny Moore’s pride and joy was recording his sixth win in the hands of Akshay Balloo.
- An equally proud conditioned was Jamie Bullard. The first horse the Group 1 winning jockey turned trainer broke in is now named THE NUMBER ONE SON and the four-year-old was an impressive winner at only his fifth start.
- The most popular winner from the CJC staff perspective was MIA SORELLA part-owned by colleague Julie Walsh. MIA SORELLA got a much-deserved win after running 2nd or 3rd in six of her seven previous starts. Julie shares in the ownership with her three sisters including the trainer, Anne Herbert.