Reinsman Michael Grantham drives four winners while trainer Michael Brennan prepares three at Narrogin

Taj StubberNarrogin Observer
Michael Grantham with a Michael Brennan-trained galloper.
Camera IconMichael Grantham with a Michael Brennan-trained galloper. Credit: Laurie Benson

Reinsman Michael Grantham stole the show on the six-race card at Narrogin Race and Pace on Saturday night, winning every race he had a drive in.

Grantham won four races while for the second straight meeting trainer Michael Brennan prepared a treble at the harness meeting.

Miss Limelight made it four on the trot for Brennan, winning race one under the guidance of Grantham at $1.30.

In race three, Grantham and Brennan broughtup a double as favourite Victory Medal won by more than seven metres after starting favourite.

Three-year-old filly Sweet Maddison made it a race-to-race double for Grantham and Brennan and was the third leg of a treble for the both of them.

The $1.65 favourite was able to prevail narrowly by a half-head.

Grantham capped off his night by guiding Toto Princess to victory in race six for Jesse Moore.

The first thoroughbred meeting of the season will be held next Thursday.

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