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Championship clout

Albury trainer Brett Cavanough will be attempting to be the first to win successive Country Championships Qualifiers in his home region.
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Cavanough won the inaugural Southern Districts Association’s qualifier last year with Loved Up and will have strong representation at Wagga this Saturday.

Brett Cavanough

Loved Up stormed home to capture the qualifier in 2015 before winning the Albury Guineas en route to a sound sixth to Artlee in the Country Championships Final at Royal Randwick.

The mare then went on to finish second in the Wagga Town Plate before taking out the Scone Guineas.

Loved Up (Richard Bensley) on her way to victory at Scone, having earlier won Country Championships Qualifier at Wagga. Trainer Brett Cavanough will be chasing another win in the Wagga event this weekend. Picture by Steve Hart

This year Cavanough has four horses nominated:Just a Bullet, Another Rush, Ruark and Steakandbearnaise.

Just a Bullet ran an almighty race last time out when third to Heatherly and Politeness in the Group 2 Rubiton Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield when a $101 roughie.

The five-year-old has only raced once at Wagga where he dead-heated for third in a thrilling finish.

Cavanough’s four-year-old, Another Rush – a winner of four races from just eight starts – has been set specifically for the Country Championships.

“He has always been one of our championships horses,” Cavanough said.

“He’s still learning his craft and can tend to over-race a bit but he’s getting there.”

Another Rush won three successive races at Albury (twice) and Gundagai – the latest last November – before Cavanough gave the horse a freshen up to concentrate on the Country Championships.

The trainer sent Another Rush around in an Albury barrier trial (900m) on February 19 where he cruised home by four lengths.

Ruark won two races at Albury last October-November and was having his first run for three months at Albury on February 19.

The three-year-old was baulked for a run down the straight and the effort was much better than it appears on paper.

Finally Steakandbearnaise, is a six-year-old that has won three of 15 starts.The gelding finished second at Albury on a heavy track before sixth to Bank on Henry at Wagga when his jockey had difficulty obtaining a clear run for the latter part of the straight.

Bank on Henry franked the form by finishing second to Lofty’s Menu in the Goulburn Country Championships Qualifier, earning his ticket to the $400K Final at Royal Randwick onApril 2.

MTC’s chief executive officer, Scott Sanbrook, said:“The Country Championships is a terrific initiative and I’m sure this will be highlighted when Wagga hosts the Southern Districts Racing Association’s leg.

“Excitement has been building among the owners and trainers for months and the standard of the race promises to be of the highest quality.”

– MARK BRASSELMark Brassel has been involved in horse racing and media all his life. After covering racing for newspapers, he joined Racing NSW 15 years ago and writes for Racing NSW Magazine and thechampionships老域名出售备案老域名

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