Bathurst - Thursday 28 July - EVE ‘N’ RUBY ridden by Tyler Schiller drew the widest barrier at the 1400m start and had to be settled at the rear of the field. Tyler began making up ground before the turn where he was able to navigate his way through the field and come with a fast finish to win by about a length.
Eagle Farm - Saturday 25 June - Contrary to her usual pattern and with the fear of a slow pace Tommy Berry had no hesitation in taking REBEL RAMA to the lead from the outside barrier in a field of seven. Judging the pace to perfection Tommy was able to relax the mare in front before holding off the challengers to win the 2150m Tatt’s Gold Cup by a neck from the odds on favourite.
Caulfield - Saturday 28 May - Showing superior barrier speed WINNING VERSE ridden by Michael Dee was able to find the lead from barrier 17 at the 1100m. From once she hit the lead she never gave anything else a chance and extended the margin at the finish to win by about 3.5 lengths.
Newcastle - Saturday 14 March - VANDELAY STYLE (Vanbrugh - Style is Eternal) won her maiden race in style. Jess Taylor took her straight to the lead from the barrier over the 1600m and never allowed her to be headed. At the turn she seemed to be under pressure but maintained the lead and pulled away from the chasing horse to win by a length.
Albury - Friday 25 March - STARSTRUCK BARBIE had a successful road trip to win the Albury Guineas over 1400m. Ridden by Brock Ryan from barrier 6 she took up the lead after 100 metres and led comfortably throughout.to win by 1 1/4 lengths.
Newcastle - Monday 22 March - Resuming over 1150m EVE ‘N’ RUBY won her second race ridden by Jess Taylor. Settling near the tail of the field she gradually made up ground on the outside of the field before getting the better of the leader to win by about a quarter of a length.
Gosford - Saturday 19 February - STARSTRUCK BARBIE (Star Turn - Bewitched) broke her maiden status winning over 1600m. Jess Taylor, from barrier 2, jumped her straight to the lead and although challenged by another runner in the early part of the race she was able to kick away at the top of the straight and hold off any challemgers to win by a length.
Newcastle - Wednesday 19 January - DANISH PRINCE ridden by Tim Clark survived a protest to win over 1500m. On settling in about third and fourth place he moved up on the turn and looked the winner until challenged about the 50 metre mark. The stewards were of the opinion that both horses were equally to blame and could not take the race from Danish Prince who had fought on doggedly when challenged to prevail by about a head..
Canberra - Tuesday 2 November - EM CEE GEE (Arena - Misty Dawn) ridden by Richard Bensley broke through for her maiden win over 1000m. From a wide barrier she was back in the field but able to get to the fence where she made ground on the turn before pulling out and running down the leader on the line.
Orange - Tuesday 19 October - DANISH PRINCE ridden by Jess Taylor came with a great run out wide and was able to prevail by a half a length in a Class 1 over 1280m.
Warwick Farm - Wednesday 13 October - First up after her trip in June to the Queensland Oaks, REBEL RAMA returned bigger and stronger as a 4 year old mare. Ridden patiently by Tommy Berry at the tail of the small field, he was able to follow the odds on favourite along the rails and prevail by a short half head on the line on a Heavy 9 track over 1400m.
Orange - Monday 20 September - EVE ‘N’ RUBY (Bon Hoffa - Princess Command) ridden by Jess Taylor broke through for her maiden win at her fourth start on a heavy track. From a wide gate she raced three wide with cover for most of the trip and found the better ground in the straight to finish quickly and take the win on the post.
Rosehill - Saturday 22 May - Courtesy of a wonderful ride by Mikayla Weir, REBEL RAMA made the transition to 2000m Saturday metropolitan class and did it in great fashion. From barrier 4 she was well back when the field strung out but was able to get over to the fence. Rounding the home turn most of the runners fanned wide and those in front were tiring so Mikayla was able to weave a passage through the middle and overtake the favourite to win by 3/4 length.
Hawkesbury - Thursday 20 May - DANCE TOO HARD ridden by Jason Collett broke through for her second win. From the 1400m start she settled in fourth position and even though a long way back on the turn she fought her way doggedly down the outside to put her nose in front on the line.
Kembla Grange - Satuirday 24 April - WINNING VERSE (Winning Rupert - She’s Poetry) on debut ridden by Jess Taylor jumped quickly and took up the running. She cornered like a veteran and held off all challengers to win by 1/2 length.
Canberra - Friday 9 April - Having only his second start DANISH PRINCE (Dane Shadow - Crown Moss) showed his fighting spirit under the guidance of Jess Taylor to sit outside the odds on favourite and overtake him near the line to win the 1200m Maiden by about half a length.
Newcastle - Tuesday 30 March. REBEL RAMA (Dissident - Mossarama) broke her maiden status with a great win over 1850m. After jumping from barrier 5 her jockey Jess Taylor was caught three wide and settled back in the field. At the home turn she was able to get into position to pull out and make a sprint down the centre of the track to win running away by 1.5 lengths.
Wellington - Sunday 28 March - The Wellington Town Plate over 1100m was taken out by NICTOCK ridden by Mikayla Weir. He showed his liking for the Wellington track with his third win there. Mikayla drove him to sit just off the shoulder of the leader until making her move in the straight where he fought on doggedly and to pulled away to win by just over a length.
Hawkesbury - Tuesday 16 March - PALAZZI SIGNORILI (Stratum - Piazza Del Campo) ridden by Jess Taylor broke through for her first win after three unlucky second placings. At 1500m she went straight to the lead and was never headed to win by three lengths.
Gosford - Wednesday 24 February - Ridden a well-judged front-running ride by Jess Taylor, NICTOCK (Nicconi - Ready To Rumba) won his eighth race and first for Marc over 1200m.
Canberra - Friday 4 September. DANCE TOO HARD (All Too Hard - Manju) ridden by Kayla Nisbett notched her maiden victory over 1400m on a soft track Kayla positioned her in third position on the rails and for a moment in the straight it was “touch and go” before she was able to push out and overtake the leader to win by three quarters of a length.