Peel’s the word

Ideal Tyson took out the $19,999 In Memory Of David Mead De Campo Memorial (2100m) winning from his stablemate Sprinter, while Swedish-bred trotter Cardigan Boko took out the opening event, which was for the squaregaiters over 2100m.

One race later Sir Regal Delight caused a boilover, triumphing over 2100m as a $25.30 chance.

Heavily supported late in betting from $3.50 into $1.90, Ideal Tyson won the start and led. Once in front, driver Chris Voak was able to dictate terms, going on to defeat Sprinter by 5m.

In eight starts his only defeat was when he ran fourth nine days earlier in the Champagne Classic won by Sprinter at Gloucester Park.

Sunday�s win took his stake earnings to $50,623.

Cardigan Boko was having his fourth WA start since coming from Victoria.

Plunged late from $1.90 into 1.10, Cardigan Boko mustered early speed to go to the front 1600m from home, after initially sitting up on the outside of the early leader Makemcry Maori.

Driver Chris Lewis allowed the Clive Dalton-prepared six-year-old more rein at the 250m point and he strode away to win by just under three lengths.

A first-up eighth in WA has been followed by three wins; all from a mobile.

Bob Mellsop guided Sir Regal Delight to victory in Sunday�s second event, the three-year-old gelding winning by just under a length.

The son of Bettors Delight was having his first start since finishing seventh behind Red Hot Major at Bunbury on February 21.

His only previous win was also at Bunbury three starts earlier in late January.

MICHAEL Brennan journeyed to Northam on Thursday night and came home a winner when Pocket Wash took out a 2190m graduation.

Driven by Chris Voak, the three-year-old filly, having her third run back from a two-and- a-half month spell when she rolled to the front at release point and was able to run the first 800m sectional in a comfortable 61 seconds.

Voak uptempoed with the daughter of Washington VC at the 600m and she easily found two lengths on her rivals.

That was effectively the end of the race as Pocket Wash raced away to a three-and-a- half length win.

The three-year-old was steady throughout betting, starting as a $2.50 favourite based on her second behind Goandcullect at Narrogin at her previous start.

CONGRATULATIONS to Justin Prentice on his first training treble and first Group 1 at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

The South-West based 26-year-old, in only his second full year of training, quinellaed the Group 1 $150,000 Gannons WA Oaks (2536m) with Major Reality and Quite A Delight, won the Group 3 Schweppes Race For The Roses (2505m) with The Parade who came off a 30m handicap and also took out the opening event, the Gannons Celebrating 30 Years 3YO Pace (1730m) with Captain Oates.

At the Oaks presentation, Prentice said that when the season started, his team hoped to get 50 winners for the season and a Group 1. With three and a half months remaining, those goals have been met.