Deniliquin Pastoral Times

Promising start for Outlaw Ned

- With JIM ZEALLEY

Outlaw Ned, a newcomer for Michael Cornish and Donna Gaskin at Echuca, was an encouragin­g fourth at Benalla on Monday.

He was third at his only previous start when trained by Adrian Corboy at Wangaratta.

Unvanquish­able won the Benalla Maiden (1406m) from Roebling and Legal Award.

Outlaw Ned ($8) came from midfield to finish close to the placegette­rs.

He is regarded as a staying type and will be suited at 1600m and further.

Lightly raced Echuca mare Choralist was just over a length away from an upset win on her home track last week.

Choralist ($101) was third behind Signor Fangio and Starlea in the Maiden Plate (1100m).

She was having her first start for Cornish and Gaskin and had not raced since April.

Damian Oliver made a rare visit to Echuca to ride three year-olds Character and Oryx for James Cummings.

Character ($31) was second to Linas Legend in the Maiden Three Year-old ($1300m) and first starter Oryx ($3.20) was fourth in the Maiden (1100m) won by Signor Fangio.

Another leading jockey Damien Lane landed a double, scoring on Linas Legend and Arctic Ice.

Linas Legend, a Teofilo colt trained by

Danny O’Brien has the ability to win in Melbourne.

Super Quick Love followed two wins at Mildura with a second at Sandown.

The mare ($17) trained by Rhys Archard came from near last and failed by only a long head to run down Diaquin.

Lika Mosh made a pleasing debut when third in the Maiden Plate (1000m) at Warracknab­eal on Saturday.

The $1.40 favourite Fortunate Kiss beat Moon Yanco by 13⁄4 lengths with a short neck to Lika Mosh ($19).

Gwenda Johnstone trains Lika Mosh which was ridden by Jarrod Fry.

Follow – Artorius: Two wins from five starts include Blue Diamond Stakes; resumed with second at Caulfield.

Coming winners: Aegon has had eight starts for five wins, all on soft track; fourth in Caulfield Group 1 at first run since April.

Instant Celebrity resumed with third to Probabeel carrying same weight as the winner of 11 races.

Port Guillaume, imported stayer getting ready for the Cups.

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