On Wednesday 24th October, New Zealand bred KAAPFEVER and TAMARACK both ran tough races on their home track over a soft 7 to score a winning double for team Pride Racing.

Tamarack was the first of our runners on the day and teamed up with multiple Group 1 winning jockey Tye Angland over 2400 metres to carry 59kgs as the $2.60F. The punters got it spot on as Tamarack battled hard over the long trip to hang for the win.

We would like to congratulate Jamie Walter who manages Proven Thoroughbreds as well as all the owners and connections on their win.


The second of our runners at the farm was the handsome Kaapfever who teamed up with leading apprentice Sam Weatherley. The son of Sufficient came from a near impossible position towards the tail of the field before sneaking through a gap on the inside to win by a head.


Pride Racing would like to congratulate owners Mr C W Rule, Ms M M Forsberg, Mr A Di Giovanni, Mr J P C Burman and Mr J S Delaney on their success.


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