Globe Derby Park - 21 February 2009

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Thanks to Jodie Billinger and Sharon Newman for taking photos tonight


Tonights pony trots were kindly sponsored by Kohnke's Own and Richard Marsden was on course to hand out some goodies.  It was decided to be fair that the prizes would be raffled and the winners were:  Samantha Pascoe, The Gilbert Family, Helen Wenham (Wandarra Tess) and Jodie Billinger.

The President of the South Australian Harness Racing Club, Peter Marshall also handed out the ribbons to the placegetters of the Slow Medium Class and praised the children on the presentation of their ponies.


1st – Lord Monty – Jacob Starick

2nd – Born To Be Wild – Hayley Lehmann

3rd – Magpie Mary – Kaycee Carey

4th – Whataday – Jessica Pascoe

5th – Aadelaidee Lady – Madison Smith

6th – Mr Murphy

7th – Westbury Bogart – Jacinta Gilbert

8th – Mumbo Jumbo – Samantha Pascoe

Scr – Spirit – Shannon Platts


Lord Monty crossing the line first 

Lord Monty after receiving ribbon 

The first race of the night the Slow Class was an even affair as Lord Monty driven by Jacob Starick sprinted down the straight to win easily.  Born To Be Wild scored himself a third Saturday night second in a row and a length away in third position went to Magpie Mary who raced quite wide throughout most of the race.


Written by Braden Jarman




1st – Wynkie Sweet Fairytales – Jodie Billinger

2nd – Mr Mischief – Matthew Williams

3rd – Little Kizz – Christie Gilbert

4th – Chilli Knights – Brodie Webster

5th – Misson Impossible – Samantha Pascoe

6th – Way To Go – Kathryn Lehmann

7th – Thats What Boys Do


Wynkie Sweet Fairytales crossing the line first 

Wynkie Sweet Fairytales receiving ribbon from the President Peter Marshall

The Medium Slow Class was arguably the race of the night as troubled pony Wynkie Sweet Fairytales shocked the crowd as she behaved herself and won quite comfortably leading from start to finish.  The winner won by more than 50 metres as Mr Mischief and Little Kizz rounded out the placings.


Written by Braden Jarman




1st – Oungachucka – Chantelle Rendall

2nd – Wandarra Tess – Jacob Starick

3rd – My Little Pony – Jennifer Lehmann

4th – PJ – Bryce Gilbert

5th – Midnight Star – Sharni Newman

6th – Till We Meet Again – Brodie Webster

Scr – Talking Donkey – Katelin Richter

Scr – Ben Bailey – Grayden Richter’

Scr – Billy The Kid – Brett Lowe


Almost a deadheat Oungachucka 1st and Wandarra Tess 2nd

A very happy Chantelle with her first winner Oungachucka 



A special night for the combination of Chantelle and her mum Jane.  Their friend Richard Marsden was over from Perth where they previously had lived and Chantelle was out to impress.  Her wish came true with Jodie winning on Wynkie Sweet Fairytales and herself winning on Oungachucka.  Congratulations. 

The Shetlands always produce a close finish but that would be an understatement as tonights race was very close to a dead heat.  Oungachucka got up for his first win of the season when he raced down the inside to beat the fast finishing Wandarra Tess on the line.  Chantelle Rendall was ecstatic with her first win as her fans cheered extremely loudly down the home straight.  My Little Pony made amends from his race at Kapunda where he was very naughty but tonight raced very pleasingly and finished a well deserved third.


Written by Braden Jarman




1st  - Monkey Business – Chantelle Dodd

2nd – Little Paleface

3rd – Cheeky Charlie – Jacob Starick

4th – Aussie – Jodie Billinger

5th – Miss Vee – Matthew Williams

Scr – Sundance – Brett Lowe



Monkey Business crossing the line in front of Little Paleface and Cheeky Charlie 

Monkey Business receiving Ribbon 

The Medium Class was anyone’s race with 100m to go but Monkey Business driven by Chantelle Dodd found something in the dying stages to beat Little Paleface to the line.  Cheeky Charlie had to settle for third but is steadily improving and will be a chance next week.

Written by Braden Jarman