Visiting stable with double delight

Taj StubberNarrogin Observer
Pierre Whitby returns to scale after winning race 3 for driver Jocelyn Young.
Camera IconPierre Whitby returns to scale after winning race 3 for driver Jocelyn Young.

Visiting trainer-driver Aiden De Campo enjoyed a successful trip to Narrogin last Tuesday night, claiming a winning double on the seven-race card.

De Campo was able to get his three-year-old gelding Keptain Courageous home in the opening race of the night, as the short priced $1.70 favourite.

Four-year-old gelding Walsh was able to bring up the second leg of his training-driving double in race five for De Campo.

De Campo also claimed second in race four with The Kraken while he nearly drove with the John Robinson-trained Rocknroll Rhylee to victory in race six.

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Reinswoman Jocelyn Young also had a strong night out, winning race two when she prepared and drove Arie home over favourite Pocketfulofpepper.

Machsgain takes out race 4 ahead of The Kraken.
Camera IconMachsgain takes out race 4 ahead of The Kraken.

Young guided $1.65 favourite Pierre Whitby home in race three for trainer Debra Lewis by 2.1m to make it a driving double.

Chris Voak also went home with a double in the sulky, taking out the final two races on the night.

Voak took hold of the reins on $2.70 favourite The Party Boy in race six and was able to prevail comfortably by 7.6m for trainer Lang Inwood.

Voak wasn’t finished there as he dominated race seven with Rocknroll Beachboy, who romped home by 17.5m.

Leading co-trainers Greg and Skye Bond went home with a winner after raging favourite Machsgain won race four, driven by Ryan Warwick, by a neck on the line.

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