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SCOOP RACING Trentham, 27 01 01

Trentham Race 7 Singapore Challenge 2001 $20,000 2000m

1 22113 Gunstone 57 12 D frye; Jockey: Michael Walker

2 72170 Loot 57 14 R Marsh

3 208711 Mac n' fries 57 2 D&G Sanders

4 160383 Sir Lancelot 57 7 M Falconer; Jockey Noel harris

5 12940 Teearcy 57 9 12940 P Belsham ; Jockey D Weatherley

6 601218 Raysin Hope 57 11 I Herbert; Jockey David Walsh

7 811252 John Street 55 1/2 R Dee

8 13441 Orissa Storm 55 1/2 5 J Phillips; Jockey: David Walker

9 13726 Spottswoode 54 8 R James

10 033062 Wilson Road 54 4 T Cole; Jockey

11 800945 Supertrac 54 1 A MacGregor; Jockey

12 712800 Touchstone Lad 54 T Cole

13 31136 Lamumba 52 1/2 J Lynds

14 37817 Down South Rose 52 1/2 G Richardson; Jockey Lance O'Sullivan

SCOOP Selections

1st Spotteswoode
2nd Gunstone
3rd Mac n Fries

Combinations 13; 14 and 6

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