Svidnal claims Lindsay Australia Bundaberg Gold Cup

Clairvue Jet ahead of Toy Whitty and Mr Maharaj. Image: Solana Photography

Brendan Bowers

A large crowd was on hand at the Bundaberg Race Club to enjoy a full day’s program on Saturday with six races.

Bundaberg Race Club president Dale Rethamel believed it was one of the largest crowds that the club had since COVID.

“It was a fantastic crowd with terrific racing, and the track surface was great thanks to the rain,” Rethamel said.

It was a win to Daulat Ulti Maiora by four and a quarter lengths in the day’s first race ahead of Beauta and Hush Puppy.

Clairvue Jet won in the second race ahead of Toy Whitty and Mr Maharaj.

In the third Daunting Princess crossed the line ahead of Sherwood Prince and Toy Blaze, while Dynamic Verse claimed the Lightning Open Handicap in the fourth race of the day, finishing ahead of Ramtastic and Hard Stride.

Dynamic Verse’s jockey Matthew Powell who hasn’t ridden at Bundaberg for a while, also claimed the win in the feature race on Svindal.

The Gladstone-owned and trained horse claimed the Lindsay Australia Bundaberg Gold Cup ahead of Dare to Share and Wrecking Ball.

It was a win to Jeno in the day’s final race ahead of Galvarino and Ourlastpenny.

Punters will have their next opportunity to attend a Bundaberg Race Club meeting on Saturday, September 3, when the club hosts the Ulton Race Day, which will feature five local races.