Trainer-driver Aiden De Campo and trainer Barry Howlett notch winning doubles in Narrogin

Taj StubberNarrogin Observer
Trainer-driver Aiden De Campo notched a double in Narrogin.
Camera IconTrainer-driver Aiden De Campo notched a double in Narrogin. Credit: Taj Stubber

Trainer Barry Howlett and driver Aiden De Campo shared the spoils at Narrogin with winning doubles respectively on the seven-race program on Saturday night.

De Campo drove one of his own pacers to victory while guiding a Howlett-trained runner to victory as well.

Howlett and De Campo teamed up with $1.20 favourite Shoot Through in race three as they went on to win by 2.1m.

In race five Howlett brought up a double as Star Of Diamonds dominated her rivals winning by 10.8m for driver Mitchell Miller.

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De Campo trains Pradason who was a comfortable winner of race six by 12.7m.

Trainer-driver Eugene Harris walked away victorious in race four on the program with Franco Hammond winning by a half-neck.

Parsons Glamour caused an upset in the opening event for trainer Frank Vanmaris and driver Madeline Young, winning by an emphatic 25m after starting at $15.

Other winners on the night were Pinny Tiger (race two) for trainer Michael Brennan and reinsman Michael Grantham and Sippinonjack saluted in race seven for David Hunter and Kyle Harper.

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