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RACEDAY WRAP UP 16/01/2021

Tough galloper Prince Aurelius completed a winning hat trick in emphatic fashion to give Tyrone Coyle a training highlight on home turf at Kembla Grange on Saturday.
Prince Aurelius is currently the only horse Coyle trains but the son of Love Conquers All is giving him plenty to be pleased about on the track.
Following wins at Moruya and Wagga Wagga, Prince Aurelius returned to home turf chasing three straight and never looked in doubt of achieving it.
Kembla-based apprentice Madison Waters rated the four-year-old beautifully out in front in The Lizzard Conditional Benchmark 68 Handicap (1600m).
She kicked clear at the top of the straight and Prince Aurelius ($8) comfortably held his rivals at bay to score by 1-3/4 lengths from Gary Portelli’s Sky Diamonds ($3.80) and the Theresa Bateup-trained River Charge ($11).
Prince Aurelius is building an imposing record and now has four wins and one placing from seven starts to his name.
Success was shared across the afternoon with Sydney stables taking the bulk of the glory.
And there were few more impressive gallopers visiting the Illawarra Turf Club than the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Exoboom.
Sent out at the short quote of $1.14, Exoboom lived up to the bookies assessment when surging to a dominant 5-1/4 length success in the Jamie De Belin Class 1 Handicap (1500m) with 2kg claiming apprentice Brandon Griffiths on board.
Exoboom has now won his past two starts by a combined 12 lengths and looks destined for bigger things approaching the Sydney autumn.
Meanwhile, Keagan Latham was the star jockey of the afternoon piloting a winning double aboard the Head On Up (race one) and Speedzone (race four).
Jockeys Brodie Loy (Explosive Jack), Jess Taylor (Pippali) and Chad Lever (Land Of Valens) also got on the scoreboard with winners on the afternoon.
Racing returns to Kembla Grange this Saturday.

Image: Prince Aurelius thanks to Bradley Photos
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