The Border Watch : January 9th 2015
32 COONAWARRA CUP CaLL MarIjan TOs On (08) 8723 3231 VISIT US ONLINE borderwatch.com.au 660036 Tyres, Mags, rePaIrs & aLL 4X4 aCCessOrIes sUPPLIeD & FITTeD All brAnds 332 COMMerCIaL sT WesT www.mtwheels.com.au JUBILANT CONNECTIONS: At the presentation ceremony after Ballypatrick’s win yesterday’s $20,000 Coonawarra Vignerons’ Cup (from left) Rob Lepley (Penola Racing Club president), Allen Jenkins (president Coonawarra Vignerons’ Association), David and Anne Franks (owners), Stuart Padman (trainer) and Krystal Bishop (jockey). Ballypatrick causes boilover From back page Ballypatrick is the longest priced winner of the Coonawarra Vignerons’ Cup since Fraaclase paid $12 in 2012. For trainer, Stuart Padman of Murray Bridge, it was his first success in a country cup at Penola. Hanging on for third was Lead The Witness out of the Millicent stables of Ian “Ned” Walker. Lead The Witness started at $10 odds and added value to the trifecta which paid a handy $5991.50. Summary: 10 Ballypatrick (Krystal Bishop) 1st; 4 Luckzat (Chelsea Jokic) 2nd; 6 Lead The Witness (Dominic Tourneur) 3rd. Winning trainer: Stuart Padman. Pictures: ASHLEY EARL MY SHOUT: It’s Martini Time wins Race 2 at Penola for jockey Holly McKechnie and Mount Gambier trainer Lee Creek. WHAT A FLYER: Jockey Eddie Creighton brings Wilshire Flyer back home a winner. It was the first of a winning treble for Creighton and Colac trainer, Bill Cerchi. 32 - The Border Watch, Friday, January 9, 2015 BEAMING SMILE: Apprentice jockey, Krystal Bishop brings Ballypatrick back to scale after winning yesterday’s Coonawarra Vignerons’ Cup at Penola.
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