Sunday racing was at Casterton and Wilde Racing headed up with four runners.
It was a great day for the stable bringing home three winners and a second. Tolemac was beaten in the shadows of the post after putting on a brave front running display.
Count Zero continued his great form over the hurdles winning his second start from as many tries. It was a tough win after the race was run at a brutal tempo. Count Zero’s class got him over the line for stable rider Ronan Short.
Elvison and Aaron Kuru put on a jumping clinic in the $100k two rivers steeple. Elvison (Pictured) bowled along out in front with the ears pricked and loved his jumping. Aaron rated Elvison well and his jumping was faultless. He won by an easy 25 lengths and will most likely tackle the Thackeray steeplechase at Warrnambool in July. Elvison seems to appreciate the cross country courses like Warrnambool and Casterton.
The luckless Coastal Town broke his maiden status. With the addition of blinkers, a good barrier and a lovely run in transit, Coastal Town was able to deliver on race-day what he had been showing us at home.
Congratulations to the winning connections of Count Zero, Elvison and Coastal Town.