FRIDAY: July 31, 2020: BRAD Widdup finished the racing year today in the same manner he started it – with a winner at Goulburn.
TUESDAY: June 23, 2020: SOMETIMES the cards fall the right way!
SATURDAY: June 20, 2020: JUST like his namesake, he delivered a knockout blow to his rivals.
SUNDAY: May 24, 2020: BRAD Widdup kept a “jump” ahead of his rivals to chalk up his 30th winner of the season at Goulburn today with a filly who in all likelihood was having her final start.
SUNDAY: April 26, 2020: BRAD Widdup clinched Hawkesbury’s 100th winner of the season at Gosford yesterday, and added to it with another success at Goulburn today.
TUESDAY: February 4, 2020: THE market got it all wrong!
SUNDAY: December 15, 2019: ONE was expected and the other a little unexpected…but it added up to a weekend double for Hawkesbury’s leading trainer Brad Widdup.
SUNDAY: December 8, 2019: HAWKESBURY trainers travelled far and wide at the weekend to collect four races.
FRIDAY: December 6, 2019: HAWKESBURY co-trainers Mitch and Desiree Kearney are banking on a home ground advantage for Spin Bowles on Sunday.
WEDNESDAY: November 13, 2019: HUSBAND and wife training partnership Mitchell and Desiree Kearney “bowled” them over again on their home track at Hawkesbury today.
THURSDAY: May 9, 2019: BRAD Widdup made it 31 wins for the season on his home track today as he readied himself for another crack at boom filly Libertini at Scone’s stand alone meeting on Saturday.
SUNDAY: April 14, 2019: A chat with the RacingNSW handicapper will help determine whether provincial king Bobbing takes on open company in the Group 3 Livamol Hawkesbury Gold Cup (1600m) on Saturday week.
FATE works in mysterious ways.
SUNDAY: March 31, 2019: HAWKESBURY trainer Bernie Kelly has both a good horse and a sense of humour.
SUNDAY: December 2, 2018: HAWKESBURY’S Bernie Kelly clinched the biggest win of his training career when Bobbing brilliantly won yesterday’s $150,000 final of the inaugural Sky Racing Spring Provincial Series at Kembla Grange.
SUNDAY: October 28, 2018: SHE is well named and she can gallop.
FRIDAY: August 31, 2018: MARK Newnham is the first to admit that lightly-raced four-year-old Righteousnesss has “a few quirks” and has been a challenge during his brief time in the training ranks.