Racing at Ararat on Wednesday seen Wilde Racing return home with a winning double.

Chorus kicked off the first leg of the race to race double with a track record breaking maiden victory.
She jumped well and lead the field easily. Travelling at a high cruising speed the whole way, Dean Yendall looked as though he had a lap full of horse entering the straight.
Chorus gave a kick and powered away to win by an impressive 10 lengths.
The blinkers certainly look as though they have done the trick with her.

In the next race we saddled up Nordic Symphony who was purchased from the Vobis Gold Sales in 2016.
She has taken a bit of time to mature, however the owners look as though the will start to reap the rewards with this promising Filly.
After stepping away slowly, she mustered speed quickly and had a lovely run in front.
Declan Bates asked her for an effort at the top of the straight and she gave a nice kick before holding off the late challengers to win with a bit of authority.

Congratulations to both winning connections.

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