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Jackson Painting aims to lengthen the Christmas spirit at Leeton’s Boxing Day gathering. The painting is combined with Uncle David Kennedy with three of his five drives. All of them look well suited from their respective draws. Coolhand Easton has been looking to build strong form since leaving New Zealand. The gelding has not missed the first three out of five runs so far, including wins in his last two starts at Griffith and Albury. Painting is confident that he drew twice in the first run of the Milbrae Quarries series. “We just brushed him up a bit after his last win to try and make a little better money in the Cups Carnival,” said Painting. “He looks like he has a choice of heats and has not gone bad for us so he should be hard to beat.” Courageous Ways had a second start for the stable last time in Cobram. After Painting is satisfied with her efforts, she hopes the mare can continue to show her best barrier manners in the fourth of six Golden Apple Super Stores runs after pulling the first barrier. “She’s a newcomer but her job was good and her first run was really good,” he said. “She’s had a couple of dramas with Billy Evans, but she hasn’t done anything wrong here at the moment and done well at Cobram.” Touch Wood is on her best demeanor as she should be pretty hard to come by after the draw beat, too. “Eagles Response will have its first stable for the stable, but Painting has driven the filly in their two starts so far, both of which have been minor placements. Also in the Golden Apple Super Store series, they have impressed them since their move to Euroley.” “Brian McKelvie is busy harvesting so he sent her here,” Painting said. “She came home after her last run so has been in the system for a while and I really like her.” Your work has been sensational, as long as she doesn’t do what she last started when she shied away from the starter on the back of the phone. “She’s a bit green at the races, but she’s been self-employed.” Since she’s been out here working with horses they really do well. “Painting also drives Fashion Passion for Terry Powter and Flaneur for Gary Lang. All eight races on the map are preliminary to a lucrative finale at Carniva on January 1st l of Cups meeting of the club is held. READ MORE

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December 26, 2020 – 9:00 a.m.

Jackson Painting aims to lengthen the Christmas spirit at Leeton’s Boxing Day gathering.

The painting is combined with Uncle David Kennedy with three of his five drives.

All of them look well suited from their respective draws.

Coolhand Easton has been looking to build strong form since leaving New Zealand.

The gelding has not missed the first three out of five runs so far, including wins in his last two starts at Griffith and Albury.

Painting is confident that he drew twice in the first run of the Milbrae Quarries series.

“We just brushed him up a bit after his last win to try and make a little bit better money in the Cup Carnival,” said Painting.

“He looks like he has a choice of the heats and has not gone bad for us so he should be hard to beat.”

Courageous Ways had a second start for the stable last time in Cobram.

After Painting is satisfied with her efforts, she hopes the mare can continue to show her best barrier manners in the fourth of six Golden Apple Super Stores runs after pulling the first barrier.

“She’s new but her job was good and her first run was really good,” he said.

“She’s had a few dramas with Billy Evans, but she hasn’t done anything wrong here at the moment and done well at Cobram.

“Touch Wood, she’s showing her best demeanor as she should be pretty hard to beat after the draw too.”

Eagles Response will have its first stable for the stable, but Painting has driven the filly in their two starts so far, both of which have been minor placements.

She has also impressed in the Golden Apple Super Store series since moving to Euroley.

“Brian McKelvie is busy harvesting so he sent her here,” said Painting. “She came home after her last run so has been in the system for a while and I really like her.

“Your work has been sensational as long as it doesn’t do what it last started when it shied away from the starter on the back of the phone.

“She’s a little green in the races, but she worked alone.

“Since working around with horses out here, she’s been really good.”

Painting also drives fashion passion for Terry Powter and Flaneur for Gary Lang.

All eight races on the map are prelims to a lucrative final that will be held on January 1st at the club’s Carnival of Cups meeting.

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