We had a successful month in April and May has started off no different with a winner at our home track.

Alnaas secured her fourth career win with top hoop Hugh Bowman at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. She was coming off the one trial at Cantebury on the 24th of April and Joe felt the Mares BM70 race at Warwick Farm looked ideal first up.

The gates flew opened and Alnaas took her usual spot at the rear of the field off the pace. There was good speed up front which suited our mare down to the ground and she travelled sweetly in behind. Hugh asked Alnass to lengthen before the 600m and slid up the inside rail at the back of the pack. Coming around the corner Hugh moved out behind the leaders to find clear running. At the 200m Alnaas headed ONE FIRE BEACH from the Cummings stable and started to make her run to the post. With a 100m to go Alnaas knuckled down and skipped home to win by 2.3L.

Alnaas is the daughter of Not A Single doubt and her win on Wednesday now brings her earnings over $100K. Congratulations to her connections Jw Rpm & Pjm Kelly.


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