2022/23 season done and dusted
- The 22/23 season is officially done and with that came Andrew Dale Racing’s best season to date.
- ADR racked up 45 winners at a 10% win rate and 30% place rate, bringing in $867,755 worth of prize money.
- The stable was rewarded for this work taking out the Southern District Racing Association’s premiership alongside Mitch Beer, while ADR also finished second behind Ben Brisbourne in the Wangaratta premiership.
- Last Friday’s Echuca meet didn’t bring home a winner but there were a number of positive showings.
- Mescaminto continued her strong form with her second third place finish in a row, finishing a length off the winner in race five (BM58 over 1200m).
- Although Rainbow Thief finished seventh in race six (BM58 over 1200m), he finished six lengths off them after settling last. He worked nicely to the line as we look to get him out to more favourable distances in his next few starts.
- A team of six went to Corowa on Monday for the final day of the season.
- Mojo Music nearly returned to the winners’ list in race six (BM66) finishing a close second to Tato Key by a head. It’s great signs for now five-year-old who returned in great shape from a freshen up.
- Brenlyn’s Trooper also ran a strong race in the sixth in his debut for the stable, finishing fifth just a touch over two lengths off them.
- Turnaquid ran well in race seven (Class 2) running fourth to finish 3.5L behind Craig Weeding’s Add Milk.
- Three runners will head to Wodonga on Sunday with Garros, Anthemic and Mescaminto all set to go around at the 0-58 meeting.
- Garros will tackle race five (2050m) with Cory Parish booked to ride. The old boy hasn’t had the best past two runs but finished only five lengths off the winner at Leeton last start.
- Anthemic will feature in race six and will be eyeing back-to-back wins after saluting at Leeton last start. The son of Tavistock looks a strong chance from gate nine with Parish to ride.
- Race seven (1300m) will see Mescaminto try and go two better than her last two starts. The mare will carry 58kg from barrier seven with Parish to ride again.
- Eamonn’s Memory won his jump out in heat four at Wangaratta on Monday, making it his second win in a row ahead of his next prep. The galloper will head to Kerang on August 12 and looks in great order.
- Other stable runner on the day was Flying Frenchman finished second in his respective heat.
Magna Grecia x Hamiko available (pictured)
- There are shares available in our Magna Grecia x Hamiko filly that was purchased at the 2023 Inglis Classic Sale for $40,000. The filly has plenty of black-type pedigree with Magna Grecia by Invincible Spirit who went on to sire now super stallion I Am Invincible, while Hamiko is out of Snitzel.
- The filly has been broken in by Mitchell Park and will come into the stable next week to start work ahead of her first prep.
- For more information call Andrew Dale on 0419 893 722.