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EDMONTON---Three-time defending cham-
pion Rico Walcott and rising stars Nela
Mohammed and Damario Bynoe, all scored
with braces as Caribbean riders dominated
the eight-race card at Northlands Park on
Walcott, closing in on his fourth straight
jockeys' title, rode winners in race six with
Stormy Indian and race seven with Wild Crush,
to take his tally for the season to 135 wins.
Trinidadian Mohammed, meanwhile, chalked
up victories in race two with Seeking the Target
and in race four with Kiss Me Goodbye. He
has 22 wins from 147 starts.
Bynoe, the 23-year-old Barbadian rookie in
first season of international racing, found the
winners' enclosure in race one with Rouge on
Rouge and in race five with Pigtails.
Bynoe is tied for third in the standings with
Ismael Mosqueira on 45 wins. The Northlands
season winds up next Saturday.
Already assured of the riding title, Walcott
continued to press towards his career best tally
of 148 wins set last season.
On Saturday, he opened his account over a
mile and sixteenth with favourite Stormy Indi-
an, steering the three-year-old filly to a com-
fortable five-length victory over the three-
year-old and upward fillies and mares.
He followed up with another dominant ride
aboard 3-1 chance Wild Crush, beating the
favourite Classic Crusader by 1-1/4 lengths in
a contest also over a mile and sixteenth.
Walcott and Wild Crush recovered from a
stumble at the start to trail the field but made
good progress to reach the front in mid-stretch
and hold for the win.
Mohammed, who has had limited partici-
pation at Northlands, first scored in a 3-1/2
furlong dash with 3-1 bet Seeking the Target
and was more impressive in his score with
favourite Kiss Me Goodbye, taking the five-
year-old mare to strong five-length win over
the three-year-old and upward fillies and mares,
in a mile trip.
Bynoe, meanwhile, raised the curtain on the
day's programme by steering Rouge on Rouge---
the longest shot in the race at odds of 12-1---
to a three-quarter length victory over the three-
year-old and upward fillies and mares, going
He returned the winners' enclosure with
hot favourite Pigtails, again brushing aside the
three-year-old and upward fillies and mares
in another mile trip, winning by 7-1/2 lengths.
Walcott, Mohammed, Bynoe share headlines
Champion trainer Willie Mullins believes he has
his strongest ever team with which to go to war
with this season---a statement which will no doubt
fill his contemporaries with dread.
Mullins' list of established stars is frightening with
the likes of Hurricane Fly, Annie Power, Vautour, Un
De Sceaux and Faugheen all likely to pick up major
prizes at some point during the season.
Add in to the list a couple of horses who missed
last season through injury like Pont Alexandre and
Sir Des Champs and there appears to be no weak
link in any division.
However, it is the new recruits which are exciting
Mullins at this time of the season.
"It's as strong a team as we've ever had," Mullins
told At The Races.
"We've some really nice unraced horses and we've
some really nice horses we bought from the point-
"We bought more Irish pointers this year than we
have ever, and along with some nice horses from
France, there's some really nice horses we haven't
Meanwhile Noel Meade hopes to run Galway Plate
winner Road To Riches in the JNwine.com Champion
Chase at Down Royal on November 1.
Meade has always rated the seven-year-old highly
and he is now beginning to repay that faith.
After his lucrative win at Galway, he pushed the
evergreen veteran Sizing Europe all the way at Gowran
Park and while he will be running over three miles
over fences for the first time next month, Meade
feels he will stay the distance.
He told Irish Horse TV: "The plan is, he is entered
in the big race and if I'm honest I'm hoping he will
run in that race, but, he's a Gigginstown horse and
obviously there's a lot of things to consider as they've
a few horses with a lot of different trainers and every-
body has to row in with the plan.
"I think at this minute the plan is to run him.
"We're not sure whether he'll get three miles to
be honest. He's won over three over hurdles but that
was a lower level than will be required in this.
"Having said that he won the Plate over two-six
and seemed to get home well on good ground and
if the ground was good I think there's every reason
to suggest he would get three miles."
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