Globe Derby Park - 28 February 2009

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1st – Born To Be Wild – Hayley Lehmann

2nd – Miss Vee – Matthew Williams

3rd – Spirit – Shannon Platts

4th – Aadelaidee Lady – Madison Smith

5th – Magpie Mary – Kaycee Carey

6th – Mr Murphy

7th – Lord Monty – Jacob Starick

8th – Westbury Bogart – Jacinta Gilbert

Scr – Whataday – Jessica Pascoe

Scr – Mumbo Jumbo – Samantha Pascoe


Born To Be Wild being presented Ribbon by Jill Neilson

Born To Be Wild won his first race of the season with a lead all the way victory in the first race on Saturday night for Hayley Lehman.

Beginning as the sole front marker, Hayley kept niggling at Born To Be Wild to keep its mind on the job and eventually ran away with a solid leading victory thanks to a good front-running drive.

Miss Vee began well for Matthew Williams from the 600m mark and chased hard to narrow the margin but had to settle for a gallant second place.

Spirit sprinted up the home straight strongly for Shannon Platts to emerge from the pack and take home the third place ribbon.

Written by John Crawford




1st – Chilli Knights – Brodie Webster

2nd – Mr Mischief – Matthew Williams

3rd – Little Kizz – Christie Gilbert

4th – Way To Go – Kathryn Lehmann

5th – Thats What Boys Do

Scr – Mission Impossible – Samantha Pascoe

Scr – Wynkie Sweet Fairytales – Jodie Billinger


Chilli Knights beating Mr Mischief

The second race on the card saw Brodie Webster negotiate his way through and around the field aboard Chilli Knights to make a final sprint up the home straight and claim victory.

Mr Mischief began brilliantly for Matthew Williams and made himself a clear leader in the early stages before Chilli Knights eventually got out into the clear and peeled off of his back in the run to the line and stole victory.

Little Kizz emerged from the group over the concluding stages and held off a late challenge to run third for Christie Gilbert.

Written by John Crawford




1st – Midnight Star – Sharni Newman

2nd – Wandarra Tess – Jacob Starick

3rd – My Little Pony – Jennifer Lehmann

4th – PJ – Bryce Gilbert

5th – Billy The Kid – Brett Lowe

6th – Till We Meet Again – Brodie Webster

Scr – Talking Donkey – Katelin Richter

Scr – Oungachucka – Chantelle Rendall

Scr – Ben Bailey – Grayden Richter


Midnight Star being presented Ribbon by Naomi Shelbourn

Sharni Newman took control of the third race of the night aboard Midnight Star, making up a stack of ground in the run to the finish to snatch an easy win.

Early leader PJ found himself a long way in front of the field before Sharni stoked up Midnight Star and warmed him up to the chase, gradually eating up the margin and working to the lead in the home straight.

Wandarra Tess flew home late to snatch second place with Jacob Starick in the sulky and Jennifer Lehmann drove well and took the inside runs, utilising the sprint lane to pick up third place with My Little Pony.

Written by John Crawford




1st – Cheeky Charlie – Jacob Starick

2nd – Little Paleface

3rd – Sundance – Brett Lowe

4th – Monkey Business – Chantelle Dodd

Scr – Aussie – Jodie Billinger


Cheeky Charlie crossing the line comfortably

The final event of the night saw Cheeky Charlie and Jacob Starick fly from the back mark around the field and into the lead in the shadows of the post to steal victory away from Little Paleface.

After beginning well, Little Paleface drew away from the other runners in the field but Cheeky Charlie had his measure, making ground all the way and eventually picking up Little Paleface in the final 50m.

Sundance stuck to his guns and ran a credible third place with Brett Lowe in the sulky to round out a good nights racing for a good crowd on the final night of summer.

Written by John Crawford