ARGENT D'OR ($8.50), aka Jats, was lucky in the last race on his home track at Warwick Farm on Wednesday 11th July. Jockey Andrew Adkins piloted Jats home over the 1100 metre sprint on ground rated at a good 4.


Despite being drawn gate 10 out of 10, Adkins remained calm and confident, allowing Jats to jump and relax at the back of the field. By the 600 metre mark, Jats was clear last and looked to be out of the race. As Jats found another gear, Adkins peeled wide around the bend, urging him to keep kicking. In the last 50 metres of the home straight NICK ON THE RUN ($41) joined Jats to take the lead over ORIENTAL RUNNER ($3.20F) where they battled it out with Jats winning by 0.1 lengths.


Pride Racing would like to congratulate Proven Thoroughbreds, Jamie Walter and his clients on all of their success with us this season. We look forward to another successful season ahead and thank them for their continued support.

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