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SCOOP RACING Lion Brown Wellington Cup 27 01 01

Race 8 Trentham Lion Brown Wellngton Cup $270,000 3200m

1 101 01 Our Unicorn 57 2 Jones/MacDonald Jockey Michael Coleman

2 115401 Kaapeon 54 1/2 11 G Searle; Jockey: Noel Harris

3 714249 Mary Joespehine 53 1/2 16 K Flynn

4 000472 Greene Street 52 1/2 14 Noel Eales; Jockey Andrew Calder

5 080102 Reign Supreme 52 1/2 13 P MacKenzie; Jockey: Robert Hannam

6 447303 Uncle 52 1/2 5 Noel Eales; Jockey: David Walsh

7 617703 No ALimony 52 7 R Priscott; Jockey: Tony Allen

8 210581 Smiling Like 52 9 Hawtin/Rogerson; Jockey: Michael Walker

9 11126 Armstrong 51 1/2 6 J Lynds; Jockey Chris Munce

10 051322 Ebony Honour 51 1/2 12 S & T McKee; Jockey: Mark Sweeny

11 410448 Paddy Maloney 51 1/2 3 R Marsh Jockey: Thomas Russell

12 219537 Soldier Blue 51 8 R Dowling; Jockey: Gary Grylls

13 700043 Shes Country 50 1/2 15 B Wallace; Jockey Mark Du Plessis

14 322154 Starina 50 10 K Verner; Jockey Lance O'Sullivan

15 11001 The Rock D & P hollinshead; Jockey: Paul Taylor

16 463783 Redeemer 50 1 T Symes


SCOOP Selections

1st Starina
2nd Our Unicorn
3rd Armstrong

Combinations 4;2 and 8

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