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An emotional roller coaster
TURNBULLS HAVE A MASSIVE DAY WINNING WAGGA CUP AND OAKS, BUT THEN LOSE FATHER-GRANDFATHER
Last weekend was a sweet-bitter experience for Tatura trainer Craig Turnbull.
Turnbull f loated two horses to the Wagga Cup meeting and hit the jackpot twice in two of the feature events.
In successive races he claimed the $20,000 Wagga Pacers Cup with Jemsoms Pet and the $12,000 Wagga Oaks with Heritage Lady.
PINK DAY AT TROTS A BOTTLER
Trotting: Pony trots dressed in pink for breast cancer awareness.
A successful day was had at Shepparton Harness Racing Club on Sunday, with organisers of the Pacing for Pink event expecting more than $50,000 will be raised for the McGrath Foundation.
Co-organiser Donna Castles, from Ardmona, said everyone who attended had a great day out with about 240 people attending the breast cancer fundraising lunch on top of the those involved in the racing card. “The day was amazing,” Castles said. “I can’t believe the support we got from the people that turned up.
“We had the racing, the pony trots and it was a real carnival atmosphere and the weather was perfect.”
With the result of a silent auction to come, Castles said she was overwhelmed by the support.
“Thanks everyone in the whole harness industry, the Shepp harness club for letting us hold the event there and everyone who helped out — it was just amazing.”
As part of the lunch, candles were lit as a reminder of hope and support for those who are battling breast cancer or have lost a family member or friend to the disease.
The Shepparton Harness Racing Club conducts racing at the Kialla Racing Complex approximately 40 times per year, predominantly at night and is centrally located to the racing and breeding industries. Thirty of these meetings are the club's own events and the remaining ten are meetings hosted for the Wangaratta, Kyabram and Mooroopna Clubs.