With a bristling burst down the sprint lane, Ainthatrightmacca produced the greatest thrill of two emerging young trots careers.
Ararat trainer Michael Gadsden and driver Denbeigh Wade claimed the $12,000 Terang Trotters Cup by 2.9 metres, saluting with the horse they own and have nursed back from a long-term injury.
“It’s unbelievable. He’s the first trotter we’ve owned or trained,” Gadsden said.
Wade held the lead from gate two until Greg Sugars came knocking on Charming Lavra with a tick under a mile to run, with Ainthatrightmacca holding leader’s