Champion reinsman Gary Hall jnr had a night to remember at Gloucester Park on Friday when picking up four wins out of his eight drives on the 10-race card.
Hall jnr got the night off to a perfect start in race one when guiding the Peter Tilbrook-trained Vivere Damore to victory before winning with Will I Rocknroll, Jumpingjackmac and Finvara, who are all trained by his dad, Gary Hall snr.
For once Vivere Damore had some luck with the barrier draw when landing the much-coveted barrier one. And they made it count when marching to an impressive all-the-way win.
“She deserved that win,” Hall Jnr said. “She’s raced without luck at the draw for a long time so her and Will I Rocknroll both came up with a marble and took advantage.
“You could be waiting another 20 starts for a good draw so it was good to get the win when they get a draw.”
Meanwhile Hall jnr believes that Jumpingjackmac proved he is one of the best in the stable as he took out the Know When To Run Pace (2536m).
It was his first start in just over four months and he did not disappoint.
“I said all last time in that I think he’s one of our best horses, if not the best,” Hall Jnr said. “He’s been a little immature but he’s starting to put it all together now. He seems to go really well fresh and last time in his first-up run was super as well.
“We threw him in the deep end first-up, I suppose, but he won pretty comfortably and I think there are big things in store for him if he stays fit and healthy.”