Victorian trainer Graeme Bate has again dominated the Wentworth Park 520 metre journey by claiming the trifecta in Saturday’s (May 7) Group 2 Evans and Son Jewellers Ladies Bracelet.
Using the inside draw to perfection, favourite Tonneli Bale railed under Shereen Bale at the first turn to go on an record the 29.66 victory, a best of the night performance.
Tonneli Bale finishing 4 ½ lengths clear of Shereen Bale with another 1 ¼ lengths to Darya Bale in the dominant performance.
The team pleased with the effort of all three placegetters, which sees another $34,000 tip into the 2011 prizemoney collection tin.
Saturday’s success came just two weeks after the master trainer claimed the world’s richest race, the Macro Meats Golden Easter Egg with Radley Bale (pictured).
Impressed with the five finalists’ efforts, the leading ladies of the Bate kennel will now head to Western Australia to try and claim the Group 2 WA Oaks next Saturday (May 14).
Reigning NSW trainer of the year, Rodney McDonald asserted his own dominance at the Glebe circuit claiming two victories on the night.
Dana Mary winning the Evans and Son Jewellers Appreciation free for all (520m) just nudging out Did I Entertain by a length to deny the him his 25th Wentworth Park are record equalling win.
Wentworth Park’s next feature event is the Rapidvite Peter Mosman Classic with heats on Saturday June 11.