Trainer Jeremy Gask has had a double at Gosford with his second and third Australian runners since he returned from a long stint in England.
Originally from Adelaide, Gask spent a decade in England where his best horse was durable sprinter Medicean Man, runner-up in the 2015 King’s Stand Stakes.
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His first runner from his new Scone base was Tim’s Principal who ran a close second at his home track on May 11 and on Thursday joined Spirit Of Elijah as a Gosford winner.
Both are owned by Michael Abdallah who also bred and raced Tim’s Principal’s half sister, multiple stakes winner Avoid Lightning.