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    GOLINO MAKES LONG DRIVE WORTHWHILE WITH DOUBLE GOLINO MAKES LONG DRIVE WORTHWHILE WITH DOUBLE

    BIG WINNER: All Cashed Up trots home strongly to score at Menangle on Saturday night. Photo by Ashlea Brennan Photography

    REINSMAN NATHAN Jack combined with trainer Anton Golino to win two of the three feature races up for grabs at Club Menangle on Saturday... GOLINO MAKES LONG DRIVE WORTHWHILE WITH DOUBLE

    REINSMAN NATHAN Jack combined with trainer Anton Golino to win two of the three feature races up for grabs at Club Menangle on Saturday night.

    Jack recorded the fastest time (1:51.7 seconds) of the meeting in the first leg of a winning treble with Cherry Mahoney ($16.60) for trainer Steve Turnbull, but more success was to come in the Group Two races for trotters over 2300m.

    Sitting in the gig with La Grange ($3.10), Jack seized victory in the Majestic Son Trot NSW 3YO Final to claim the first of his pair of Group wins at the meeting.

    A son of Muscle Hill, La Grange won last year’s two-year-olds’ final and led from start to finish on Saturday to win by four metres.

    Jack also had a comfortable win with All Cashed Up ($3.50) in the Peak Trot NSW 2YO Final.

    Golino fielded five of the eight runners in the race, but it was All Cashed Up, a son of French stallion Ready Cash, who produced an impressive display in just his second race start, to finish 5.5m ahead of a talented field of young trotters.

    Half of the field galloped at the start of the race to allow All Cashed Up to lead the other three runners to stay in their gait.

    The young trotter looked comfortable heading the field and kicked away at the 200m mark to go on and win by 5.5m from runner-up, Blake Fitzpatrick’s Aurora Sunset.

    Odds-on favourite Red Hot Tooth ($1.20) won the other Group Two race at the meeting, the Majestic Son Trot NSW 4 & 5 YO Final.

    Zac Phillips steered the five-year-old mare to victory for Victorian trainer Kari Males.

    Red Hot Tooth also won this event last year as a four-year-old.

    Meantime, Anthony Butt drove a winning double at the meeting with My Field Marshal ($1.04) and Let it Ride ($1.90) for trainer Tim Butt.

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