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    Gemma bags her first Group One
    ROOKIE Bathurst trainer Gemma Hewitt has handed champion reinsman Luke McCarthy a great chance of landing a rich Group One double in the space of just four days. A ‘B’ grade driver’s license prevented Gemma from driving Keayang Kreuzer, or her other runner Kash Us Back in last night’s... Read more
    Ain’t no mountain high enough for Gemma
    BATHURST’S Gemma Hewitt is quickly rising through the ranks of New South Wales trainers, despite only training six horses at any one time. This year, Gemma has achieved an amazing feat, qualifying her horses for five Group 1 Finals, something that much more experienced trainers would be ecstatic to... Read more
    Born into harness racing, Gemma’s star is on the rise
    Kash is the real hero in a ‘Gem’ of a night
    GEMMA Hewitt probably lost count of the number of times she said ‘goodbye’ to four-year-old gelding Kash Us Back. Frankly, the vet treating Gemma’s pacer told her there was little, if any, chance that this pacer would even survive . . . let alone race. And actually winning a... Read more
    Gemma ready to make her mark ON the track
    THE late Tom Hewitt caught the harness racing bug from his father Harold . . . but he took the family’s involvement to another level. He and wife Angela raised their four children on the family property “Karamia” at Lost River near Crookwell, but they could not have imagined... Read more
    Gemma’s winning formula
    IF you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. That may well be the philosophy for Bathurst trainer Gemma Hewitt as she looks to qualify one of her small team for the $100,000 Western Region Championship Final. So how does one of the younger members of the famous Hewitt family come up... Read more
    Shard’s successful siring sale-bration
    A FATHER and son broke their maiden at Parkes yesterday thanks to Smiling Sam’s eye-catching victory. Finishing fourth upon debut a week earlier, Smiling Sam registered his initial win by leading throughout in 2:01.8 over 2040 metres. With Matt Rue holding the reins, the two-year-old was never seriously challenged... Read more
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