Sudoku Lady in winning combination

TRAINER Keith Anderson could be forgiven for regretting his decision to sell Sudoku Lady after she delivered him the first leg of a winning double at Border Park Raceway on Saturday.

Sudoku Lady scored in the opening race of the day, romping home in 24.28 seconds to account for Super Leila with McSpeedie third.

Despite her obvious talent, Anderson confirmed after the race that he had already sold Sudoku Lady but he proved soon after that his talents are not limited to just one dog.

Anderson celebrated again when Ocean In Motion won the seventh, the Benny’s Toll Final ( 420m), ahead of the Mick Stephenson-prepared Hara’s Cougar with Bond’s Mission third.

Terry Jordan trained the winner of the second event, Agent Ava improving its record to one win and three places from six starts with victory in the Maiden Final (420m). Amber We Know was second ahead of Gordo.

Ima Wheelie Bin won the third event in 23.89 while the Berly Stephens-trained Karanne Star won the fourth to claim his third win from seven starts at the Tweed track.



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