Trainer-driver Nathan Turvey notches a winning double at Narrogin on eight-race program

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Trainer-driver Nathan Turvey notched a double at Narrogin.
Camera IconTrainer-driver Nathan Turvey notched a double at Narrogin. Credit: Albany Advertiser

Trainer-driver Nathan Turvey enjoyed a successful night on the eight-race program at Narrogin on Saturday.

Turvey drove two of his own pacers to victory to notch a winning double for the night.

He won the Members Pace (2242m) with The White Rabbit before making it a race-to-race double with Savvy Bromac in the TABtouch Race Replays Pace (2223m).

Consistent pacer The White Rabbit had run four second placings leading up to his race in Narrogin and proved too good for his rivals at $1.10, winning by 2.4m.

Promising three-year-old filly Savvy Bromac recorded her fourth career win in 10 starts after claiming race six by 4.8m as a red-hot $1.50 favourite.

Sarah and Joseph Suvaljko teamed up to win race seven with I Work Out ($3.10 chance) by 5.5m over long-odds chance Minnie Washington.

Trainer-reinsman Dean Miller won race three with favourite Adda Rockinheaven, who led all the way to win by 3.5m.

Other pacers to win on the night were Mega Mach (race one), Emira Christiano (race two), J P Got Faith (race four), and Trois Fontaine (race eight).

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