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.
Canterbury - Wednesday 22 July. After her winning ride at Newcastle Mikayla Weir once again took the reins of CELTIC LOVE and jumping from barrier 1 at the 1550m was able to sit behind the pace before pulling out from behind the leaders and make a dash which resulted in the mare getting her nose down on the post to win by 0.1 lengths.
Newcastle - Saturday 27 June - CELTIC LOVE ridden by Mikayla Weir won over 1600m to notch her second win at Newcastle. Settling mid field she was able to weave between horses and really sprint at the end to win by about half a length.
Kembla Grange - Tuesday 20 May - CELTIC LOVE was back in the winner’s list over 1600m with Kayla Nisbett in the saddle. On jumping he settled a little worse than mid field until the 600 metres where Kayla pulled to the outside to begin her run. At the 200 he still had quite a bit of ground to make up but knuckled down and ran past the leading bunch to win by about half a length.
Canterbury - Friday 14 February - Over 1900m DYLAN’S ROMANCE may have carried equal top weight including the allowance for apprentice Billy Owen and had to jump from the second outside barrier but he was able to cross the field and lead comfortably in his favourite role on a slow track. Billy rated him perfectly and increased the tempo coming into the turn to have the rest of field off the bit. Once in the straight he never looked like losing and went on to win his 11th start by nearly 4 lengths.
Gosford - Friday 22 November - MR COSTIGAN (Harbour Watch - Morosi) had been running well but without luck so it was great to see him break through for his maiden win over 1600m Jason Collett settled into fourth place one out and tracked the favourite to the turn where he pulled out to make his move. Under urging he gradually ground away making up lengths to come away to win by 1 3/4 lengths.
Rosehill - Saturday 13 July - Having the luxury of an uncontested lead Tim Clark was able to dictate terms on DYLAN’S ROMANCE. He was able to slow the tempo during the middle stages of the race thus making it hard for the chasing horses to catch him in the sprint for home. It was his first win over 2000m which he won brilliantly by 3 lengths.
Goulburn - Friday 12 July - Rachel King had a torrid ride to win by a length over 1400m on MONSIEUR MACRON on a cold day in Goulburn. Jumping well she positioned him in third place behind the leaders and half way down the straight pulled around the heels of the one in front. Sprinting away from the other horses he had it in his keeping until right on the post he hung out abruptly, nearly making contact with the second placed horse, before dumping Rachel on the deck. Fortunately she was quickly on her feet and the horse returned okay.
Canterbury - Wednesday 19 June - Two wins in a week for DYLAN’S ROMANCE who loves nothing more than 1900m and a soft track which he found today. Rated well by Tim Clark he led the field to the home turn and had enough in hand to win by about 1/2 length.
Gosford - Thursday 13 June - DYLAN’S ROMANCE ridden by Ben Looker relished the chance to show what he can do when left alone in front. Over 1900m he was unchallenged for the lead and when the field turned for home he skipped clear to win by 5 lengths.
Randwick - Thursday 25 April - Back to NSW, MADDISON AVENUE continued on her winning way at 1600m. Being allotted top weight of 60.5 kg, apprentice Billy Owen was able to take advantage of his 3 kg allowance. She went straight to the lead and around the half way mark the favourite made a lightning move to race up beside her. Immediately she pulled ahead and kept finding more ground making it very hard for the horses chasing. She recorded a winning margin of about a length.
Sandown Hillside - Wednesday 10 April - MADDISON AVENUE made a hit and run trip to Victoria to notch up a win. At 1600m apprentice jockey Ethan Brown jumped to the lead but when challenged by another runner allowed her to settle in second place until turning for home where he pulled her to the outside and raced away for a great win.
Taree - Friday 15 March - Rachael Murray rode VELOCANO to her second win in a Class 2 over 1250m. From barrier 3 she positioned her midfield and one off the rails before pulling out to the centre of the track at the home turn where she quickly gathered up the leaders and came away to win by about a length.
Hawkesbury - Thursday 21 February - MADDISON AVENUE appreciated the claim for apprentice Mikayla Weir over 1400m. She jumped well and took up the lead, where she was uncontested, and kept up a strong pace to hold off any challenger winning by about 1/2 length in class record time.
Gosford - Friday 11 January 2019 - After being placed at her last two starts SENSACOVA went one better today at 1600m. Ridden by Tom Marquand - she jumped from barrier 1 and settled in third and fourth place on the rails. Rounding the home turn the jockey was able to push his Sensacova out from behind the leader and run it down to win by just over half a length.
Canterbury - Friday 14 December - A wet track proved a blessing to DYLAN’S ROMANCE over 1900m. Josh Parr jumped well and went straight to the lead where he was unchallenged and able to lead comfortably to score by 1.5 lengths.
Wyong - Thursday 29 November - CELTIC LOVE ridden by Tim Clark was resuming over 1350m in a Class 4 race. He jumped well and settled third last in the seven horse field. Peeling out before the turn Clark straightened up just behind the leaders which he ran down to win by about a half length.
Kensington - Monday 1 October - From the 1800m barriers ROYAL STAMP ridden by Rachel King was caught three wide for most of the trip but showed her staying ability when moving up in the straight to overtake the leaders and hang on for a 1/2 length win.
Queanbeyan - Monday 24 September - SKALDAK (Power of Destiny - Mighty Matilda) broke through over 1460m for his maiden win ridden by Brendan Ward. He jumped well and settled in about fourth position until rounding the turn and coming down the hill where he hit the lead and pulled away to win by about three lengths.
Queanbeyan - Monday 10 September - REDEEMABLE (Skilled - Gotta Have Soul) ridden by Winona Costin jumped well at the 1600m start and was up and running comfortably in second and third position going up the hill before the downhill run. Pulling out to the centre of the track she maintained a strong momentum to win by a half length.
Hawkesbury - Saturday 1 September - DYLAN’S ROMANCE won over 1800m to take his career to six wins. Jockey Jess Taylor took him to the lead where he was taken on by another runner but Jess was determined to lead and Dylan’s kept finding to the line where he prevailed by about 1/2 length.
Rosehill - Saturday 25 August - After being beaten by a lip at her previous start ROYAL STAMP proved it was no fluke when she won over 2000m. Rachel King positioned her perfectly mid-field and biding her time until she made her move in the straight, holding off the challengers emerging from behind, and coming away to win by 1/2 length.