FRIDAY made for great racing at Gawler, headlined by the two Gawler Produce semi-finals and a blistering run from likely final favourite next week, Air Marshall.
YOUNG Gawler thoroughbred trainer Aimee Bush has described her first career winner – at Port Augusta on Sunday – as “just awesome”.
GALLANT grey mare Rustydustysunshine took her stakes past $100,000 for Gawler owner-trainer Ron Campbell with a game win at Gawler this past Wednesday.
THE racing was fast on Friday at the Gawler greyhound track, with a number of dogs, including Black Kruger, breaking the 23-second barrier over the 400m during the course of the meeting.
A $495,000 equine pool was unveiled at the Gawler and Barossa Jockey Club on Friday, becoming only the second training facility of its kind in the state.
LAST Wednesday was another great card of thoroughbred racing at the Gawler track, and the local trainers took the chance to grab a win or two on the day.
ON a beautiful autumn Friday, Adam Manton’s Golly Gum Drop made it two-for-two in its runs at the Gawler track, but the pairing almost never came to be.
THEY’RE off and racing at Gawler today – thanks to a massive state-wide effort by the thoroughbred racing industry, the local club’s CEO says.