back until the sprint lane opened. While Savannah Jay Jay and Uncas chased the leader on the outside, Wade saved ground, slipping inside and claiming the win in a 2:04.4 mile rate.
Gadsden said much of the credit belonged to Wade.
“It’s unreal. Just to watch Denbeigh do what she loves,” he said.
“She loves the driving, I used to do a little bit but I’ve stepped aside and let her go now.
“We do all the work at home together and then come race day I pass her the reins and she just does the job. They all want to get up and run for her.
“I grew up in Robinvale, Dad always had a couple of horses.
“I got through and finished school, about a week later I came down and started working with Peter Manning.
“I spent two or three years there, Denbeigh followed and started working with Kerryn Manning.
“We’ve just started to branch out on our own and it’s been a good start to our journey.”
It’s a journey that has plenty of ground left to cover, but at the least Ainthatrightmacca has added early polish.
“He had been out of action for nearly 12 months when we got him. We have had him for about five months now and he’s just been getting better and better with each run,” Gadsden said.