Berry Pilots Trajection to Series Final
Tommy Berry put in a masterful riding display to claim four winners across the seven races including the SKY RACING SUMMER PROVINCIAL SERIES heat with Trajection.
The Kim Waugh trained mare grabbed victory on the line over fellow Wyong galloper Margie Bee, from the Kristen Buchanan stable.
Edward Cummings’ Tri Nations will join them in the January 2 series final at Wyong, after finishing third.
Berry had to weave a passage in the straight after coming from the rear of the field, but, timed his run to perfection.
“Tommy got the timing perfect, he’s been doing that all day,” Waugh said after the race.
“This mare is amassing a good record. She’s really handy and is tough and never wants to give up.
“She likes to be where she’s comfortable and if that’s the case she hits the line very strong.”
It was the sixth career win for Trajection, from 18 starts, and the first on her home track.
The camera was required to separate Trajection ($3.80) and Margie Bee ($17), with only a short half head between them.
The other Wyong runner, The Crimson Idol trained by Jeff Englebrecht, was just out of the placings in fourth.