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SCOOP Racing Trentham R 7 22 01 01

Trentham r 7 Monday, 22 January, 2001
5.26 Wellington Stakes 1600m, 3-year-olds, $50,000
Article: Mathew Loh


1 1821 Camacho (16) David Walsh
2 1315 Danamite (15) Vinny Colgan
3 0x22 Nostromo (5) Mark Sweeny
4 1213 Baccarat (3) Lance O'Sullivan
5 2943 The Merc (4) Noel Harris
6 5511 Challenge (6) Bruce Herd
7 1424 Smirnoff (13) Leith Innes
8 511 The Pumper(7)
9 3898 Kings honour (14) Mark hills
10 x913 Prince of Toffs (12)Paul Taylor
11 6043 Bankonit (8)Michael Walker
12 1219 St Terese (2)Grant Cooksley
13 4121 Nautical (10) Mark DuPlessis
14 211 Senorita Lady (() David Walker
15 212 Miss Katella(1) Lisa Mumby
16 2136 cornflak (11) Robert Hannam

SCOOP selections

1st Danamite
2nd Bacarat
3rd Challenge


Combinations add: 15; 13; and 5

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