Win tin tin . . .

PHOTO: STEPHEN JAQUIERY
PHOTO: STEPHEN JAQUIERY
Trainer-driver Brad Williamson enjoys that winning feeling as he salutes with his charge, Rin Tin Tin, after it won race 4 at Forbury Park last night. Also pictured are the horse’s connections (from left) Bev Williamson, Magnus Williamson, Gerald Cayford and Debbie Gibson.

Rin Tin Tin was well back in the field before looping the bunch with 600m to go, to draw level with the pacemaking Seventh Heaven.

The two fought a thrilling duel down the home straight before Rin Tin Tin prevailed by half a length.

In the last harness race at Forbury Park, Waikouaiti trainer Amber Hoffman collected her 114th win at the course with Dodgethebullet.

The final race for trotters was won by Tweedledee, from Mataura trainer Lyndon Bond. 

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