Cummings Racing has had a great start to the 2018-19 season as the winners continued over the weekend. The team headed to Hawkesbury with three promising types and it was the Your Song gelding NOVEMBER MAN who fought back impressively to win over the 1100m. The first up effort at Kembla Grange really tuned him up and that fitness edge was on show for the big weekend crowd as he maintained a strong last 400m to win on the post.

 

ORCHESTRAL LASS has been consistent this campaign and breaking her maiden status has been the focus as the well-bred Sepoy mare looked to be rewarded. After placing twice at Hawkesbury and Moruya she headed to Mendooran for their Cup day and came home with the Greenhalgh Cup. She had the advantage of experienced Allan Chau on board and was a class above the field as she kept them at bay over the 1500m

 

 

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