Trinity Bannon coasts to victory by 1.8 lengths on Rapt in Rumpa during the Celebrate Country Race Series meeting held at Home Hill yesterday.A breezy sunny day provided perfect viewing conditions forspectators at theCelebrate Country Race Series meeting held at the Burdekin Race Club yesterday.
Visitors were treatedto some great action on the track during the day,particularly in Maiden Plate which saw the Cheryl Williams trainedFalverena win by less than a length over High on Kisses trained by Olivia Cairns.
Rising star Trinity Bannon had an excellent day on the trackwinning in three races including the 30 Years Celebration Open on Dodge the Grey by two lengths over John Manzelmann’s Red Bohemia,with Michael Geaney’s Horacio and Manzelmann’s Oratry completing the first four.
Country classic in the Burdekin | Photos Jeremy Caspanello; Bhree Jensen; Rosemarie Moran and Brentt Butler enjoying the race day action.
Stan McLellan; Charlie Barbagallo and Robyn Hewson swap race tips.
Burdekin Race Club patron Trevor Davies having a light-hearted yarn with trainer Ben Williams.
Tony Paneccasio; Peter McKaig; John Licciardello; Julie Bourke and Tina Paneccasio had a great day out.
Burdekin ladies Anna Hoare and Leah Lamb looking stylish on the day.
Allyson Ballard prepares the John Rowan trained Glaurung.
Charters Towers sisters Julie and Kayla Russell got well positioned trackside for the next race of the day.
Hayley Evans and Karen Jurgens soak up the Burdekin Race Club atmosphere.
Burdekin locals Bill Tudehope and Nick Malone took the high seats on the day.
Lisa Manzelmann and Abbey Borg get the John Manzelmann trained Scott Free ready for the track.
Youngsters Lockie and Jacob Hoare had a fun day playing with family friend Charlee Lamb.
Regan, Matthew and Mitchell O’Connell from Townsville enjoyed a great day at the races with Max the dog.
Trinity Bannon coasts to victory by 1.8 lengths on Rapt in Rumpa during the Celebrate Country Race Series meeting held at Home Hill yesterday.
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