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Race Day Review - Saturday 7th May 2022Apprentice Ronald Simpson wasted no time putting his name back on the winner's list when the talented young rider scored with his first ride for more than 18 months at Kembla Grange on Saturday.Simpson, who last rode on Melbourne Cup day at Dubbo in November, 2020, gave a glimpse of his potential as he produced a perfect rails hugging steer aboard the John Thompson-trained Security Advisor.The 3kg claimer had Security Advisor in the box seat in the Canterbury League Club Maiden Plate (1400m) and took the shortest road home closest to the fence to score on the $1.90 favourite.The win came from Simpson's first ever ride at Kembla with the apprentice also riding one later on the card for local trainer Brett Lazzarini.Leading trainer Gwenda Markwell and Queen Elizabeth Stakes winning conditioner Kerry Parker ensured the locals went home happy at the club's second meeting in less than a week.Markwell continued her stable's strong run of recent form, which produced three city winners in the final 10 days of last month, when Unyielding Spirit ($5.50) in the Kingsgrove RSL Club Class 1 Handicap (1000m) under the urging of former champion apprentice Winona Costin.Parker got in on the action after the speedy Don Luigi ($3.30) returned to winning form with a comfortable length success in the Club Central Benchmark 64 Handicap (1200m) with Costin in the saddle again.Costin shared riding honours on the day with South Coast-born rider Mikalya Weir, who also had a winning double in combination with Golden Slipper winning trainer Gary Portelli.Weir and Portelli hit the target late in the card with the two-year-old filly Powerfinger ($3.10) proving too strong for the olders horses in the Bailey Interiors F&M Maiden Handicap (1200m).They doubled the dose when Son Of Sampson ($4.40) held off all challengers in the last.Image Bradley Photos ... See MoreSee Less
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