Beach ban hits home "It was great when we first went to Warrnambool 18 months ago but the landscape has changed so much in that time with all the restrictions in place at the beaches and not being able to use the dunes.
"We had six horses in work and they all needed beach work as they were crocks not being able to use the dunes has had a big impact on trainers. "The stable had good success in Warrnambool, but it all just got too difficult for us to continue." Horner, who rode O'Ceirins Secret to win a maiden hurdle at Warrnambool last Thursday for Aaron Purcell, said he would continue to come back to Warrnambool to ride in jumps races. "The move has cost us lots financially," he said. "I was schooling a lot of horses for the Warrnambool trainers, but that can't continue now that we've moved. It means that I'll miss out on some race rides, but I hope the contacts I've made in the Western District will hold me in good stead in the future." Koroit trainer James McNamara handed his trainers' licence in last December. At the time, McNamara told The Standard he was frustrated with the red tape relating to working horses on the beach, after he trained his team of horses without a blemish at The Cutting, south of Tower Hill for more than 10 years. DOOZIE BREAKWARRNAMBOOL trainer Symon Wilde has spelled his promising jumper Danzadoozie after the six year old failed to come up this campaign. Wilde, oakley factory sale who has a satellite stable at Ballarat, said it was disappointing Danzadoozie would not compete in this year's jumping features. "Danzadoozie has had a couple of niggling injuries," he said. "There's nothing major wrong with him. I just didn't want to run him when he's not 100 per cent. "It's best he has the break. He's an exciting type of jumper who showed that with his third placing in the Brierly last year. "He's still a young horse by jumping standards. I'm confident with a break he will be right for next year." From his 10 jumping starts, Danzadoozie has won three races. DELIBERATE half jacket PLANSECOND season jumper Deliberate may have just one more run before tackling the $300,000 Warrnambool Grand Annual Steeplechase on May 4. Deliberate ran second to Zed Em for Warrnambool trainer Jane Baker in an open steeplechase at his home track last Thursday. Baker said a restricted steeplechase at Bendigo on April 11 had been earmarked for Deliberate's next start. "We'll probably give him the run at Bendigo and head straight into the Grand Annual after oakley sunglasses that," she said. "I was really happy with his run behind Zed Em. Zed Em is a real dasher. "My bloke is looking for races over more ground but there's nothing that really suits before the Grand Annual. "I don't want to take him to Oakbank for the Great Eastern so we'll go to Bendigo and roll the dice into the Grand Annual.
" Deliberate oakley sunglasses cheap sale picked up $5640 for his connections with the second placing at Warrnambool. BLACKTEIN FIRESFIVE year old mare Blacktein could be Melbourne bound after her win in a restricted race at Warrnambool last Thursday. Blacktein came from well back in the field to defeat He's The Secret and Crystal Pistol in the 1000 metre race.
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