SIKHING GLORY broke through for his second win on Saturday at Kembla when winning the DARBY RACING CLASS 1 HANDICAP(1000 METRES). This ultra consistent gelding has had seven starts, for two wins, two seconds and a third. The son of Sepoy broke away well on Saturday and secured a position third with cover. Approaching the 400m Sikhing Glory found daylight and Mitchell Bell got to work down the straight running down the Englebrecht trained DYNAMIC BID to win by 0.5L.

A huge congratulations to all his connections Laurel Oak Bloodstock Pty Ltd, Mr G M Mortlock, Mr B N E Hastie, Mr D F Cunneen, Laurel Oak Ravi, Mr R J Anderson, Dr K M Gaffney, Mrs M V Horrigan, Mr D J Edwards, Mr J J Grant, Mr W M Seay, Mr K Mannix, Mr N Macdonald, Mr K Macdonald
 


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