Kembla Grange - Thursday 19 October - ROYAL STAMP ridden by Winona Costin was slow to jump from the barriers at the 1600m mark and chased the field to the turn when she was taken wide and steadily made ground until coming with a rush to win by a length.
Moonee Valley - Friday 29 September - SUPER TOO proved far too fast for her rivals over the 955m Dash at the Valley. Ridden by Blake Shinn she jumped with the field but was soon leading with all the chasers off the bit, rounding the home turn she kept up the hectic pace and gave nothing else a chance to win by 2 lengths in the time of 55.83.
Hawkesbury - Thursday 28 September - Friendless in the betting MADDISON AVENUE proved the pundits wrong, when she went to the lead on jumping with Winona Costin in the saddle. No other runner was able to keep up with her when she took off at the 600m and she came away to win by nearly 2 lengths.
Kembla Grange - Saturday 9 September - Resuming over 1400m and from an outside barrier ROYAL STAMP (Tickets - Queen Esprit) ridden by Rachael Murray was caught wide and at the tail of the field. Making up ground before the turn she was forced to the outside on the point of the turn and from then began to motor home and win by one length.
Wyiong - Friday 1 September - About an hour after Celtic Love’s win at Goulburn in the 1600m BM65 race COYS gave jockey Winona Costin her first win back after an absence of nearly twelve months through injury. Coys jumped and settled in about third place but wide so about the 1100m Winona took him to the lead and held off all challenges to win by one length.
Goulburn - Friday 1 September - CELTIC LOVE (Dylan Thomas - Racing Romance) even though having to race three wide for most of the 1600m she proved too strong under the riding of Keagan Latham and was able to win her maiden race by one length.
Randwick - Saturday 19 August - SUPER TOO ridden by Blake Shinn led all the way in the 1000m scamper posting a record breaking winning time of 55.72 to beat Last Witness by 1.25 lengths and a head to the third placegetter Gibraltar Girl in an incredible show of sustained speed.
Cessnock - Tuesday 1 August - Graduating from a maiden win to Class 2 over 1570m SENSACOVA again ridden by Rachael Murray settled in the second half of the field on the fence. She was able to push her way to the outside before the turn and set about overhauling the leaders with a great sprint to win by one length.
Wyong - Thursday 13 July - Lucky for some - at her 13th start on the 13th of the month SENSACOVA (Street Sense - Masterkova) broke through for her first win after being placed six times. From the 1600m start her jockey Rachael Murray had her in last position in the field of six with the odds-on favourite in front. Rounding the turn into the straight she moved up on the outside and cruised past the leaders to win by about a length on the line.
Gosford - Tuesday 11 July - COYS ridden by Deanne Panya drew wide at the 1600m but was taken to the lead on leaving the straight the first time. From then on the jockey controlled the race at the front to win pulling away from the field by 3.3 lengths.
Kembla Grange - Saturday 8 July - On jumping LEWINSKI (Olympus - Morosi) missed the start by two lengths but jockey Keagan Latham did not panic and settled at the tail of the field until turning into the straight where he hooked wide around the field and made a strong run gradually overhauling the leader and winning by a short half head over the 1000 metres.
Kembla Grange - Saturday 10 June - Under dark skies on a Heavy 10 track STARS AND STRIPES (All American - Miss Victoria) ridden by Keagan Latham broke her maiden status. Last on jumping the rider allowed her to settle at the tail of the field until the turn where he came down the outside fence and raced pass the field to win by about 2 lengths.
Wyong - Tuesday 16 May - TENNESSEE HUSSY showed what great form she is in at present with another great win. From a wide barrier at the 1350m Deanne Panya had to make use of the mare early to reach the lead but from once there she settled well and controlled the race to hold off all challenges and win by about half a length.
Kembla Grange - Tuesday 2 May - In a fast run race over 1200m WILD AVAridden by Corey Brown had to be positioned back further than normal but Corey was able to get out wide on the turn and make a determined sprint to catch the leaders right on the post.
Nowra - Sunday 30 April - MADDISON AVENUE made it two in a row over 1400m with Deanne Panya once again in the saddle. In a small field of five Deanne took the initiative and went to the lead from the barriers where she was able to set the pace. Turning into the home straight Maddison Avenue kicked away to win by one length.
Goulburn - Monday 10 April - The temperature may have been freezing but this didn’t stop MADDISON AVENUE (Manhattan Rain - Sunburnt Park) from breaking her maiden over 1300m on her return. Also returning was her jockey Deanne Panya who from barrier 1 was able to race in third place until making an inside run on the turn to win by about 1/2 length.
Newcastle - Saturday 8 April - It had been a long time between wins for TENNESSEE HUSSY but from the jump at the 1400m Rachael Murray had her positioned in third position behind the two leaders. Into the straight and she was able to cross to the outside of the leaders and pulled away to win by a 1 1/2 lengths.
Wyong - Thursday 6 April - The continuing rain has not hampered LAY DOWN THE LAW. The 9 year old is racing like a two year old on the wet tracks and won again over 1350m with Jamie Innes Jr in the saddle. Racing in about fourth position he made his move against the leader on the home turn and got the better of him to win by 3/4 length.
Sandown - Wednesday 15 March - With the big wet continuing in Sydney PRINCESS ARIA travelled south in search of better going and this proved a master stroke. Over 1800m in a BM84 on the Hillside track jockey Michael Dee settled her in third last place until the 600m where he took her to the outside of the field on the turn and sweeping down the middle of the track proved too good for the opposition.
Warwick Farm - Wednesday 8 March - 9 year old LAY DOWN THE LAW (Refuse To Bend - Laelia) who has been with Marc only a short time broke through for his first win in town. On a heavy track over 1300m he proved too good for rivals coming from behind under hard riding from James Innes Jr. to show his love for a wet track.
Canterbury - Friday 6 January 2017 - DYLAN’S ROMANCE started the New Year with a narrow win over 1900m on a soft track. Josh Parr jumped well and worked his way to the lead by the turn out of the straight, he then took control of the race and beat off the opposition until about the 200 metres when Kiseki Dane edged ahead. Under strong riding Dylan’s came again to prevail at the post by the barest of margins (a lip).
Kembla Grange - Sunday 27 November - First up at 1400m and carrying the big weight of 60 kg PRINCESSS ARIA ridden by Josh Parr settled in the middle of the field on the rails and from about the 600m began to make up ground into the straight, gradually overhauling the leader to just get her hose in front at the post.
Beaumont Newcastle - Sunday 13 November - COYS ridden by Mitchell Bell was considered an outsider in the Robert Thompson Cup 1300m. Settling in third position one out the jockey stoked him up rounding the turn and coming into the straight he took the lead and went on to win by 1/2 length from the favourite Pepperberry.
Goulburn - Sunday 30 October - DYLAN’S ROMANCE was taken to the lead from the jump by Josh Parr who was able to control the race with little effort and into the straight was able to pull away from the chasing pack to win the Crookwell Cup over 1600m by nearly 6 lengths.
Nowra - Monday 5 September - The experts gave little chance over the 1400m, second-up and in a field of five to DYLAN’S ROMANCE but ridden a clever race by Winona Costin he was able to win easily by nearly 5 lengths. Winona jumped him well but when the favourite went to an early lead she allowed Dylan’s Romance to settle in second place before making her move at the turn and giving nothing else a chance.
Wyong - Sunday 28 August - SUPER TOO ridden by Deane Panya was never going to be headed in the 1000m BM65. From barrier 3 she jumped to the lead and when asked to go at the turn she skipped away from the field and easily won by about 5 lengths.
Gosford - Thursday 11 August - At the 1000m Winona Costin positioned SUPER TOO in the lead on the outside before taking the lead on the turn and pulling away in the straight to win by 3/4 length.