Sing Donna Sing (left), ridden by Masayuki Abe, wins a jump-out at Allman Park on Saturday.
Sing Donna Sing (left), ridden by Masayuki Abe, wins a jump-out at Allman Park on Saturday. Gerard Walsh

Sing Donna Sing wins jump-out

TRAINER Garry Osborne was delighted with the run of Sing Donna Sing on Sunday in the first jump-outs at Allman Park for a decade.

Sing Donna Sing won the second jump-out of the day with jockey Masayuki Abe on board.

Garry and his wife Bonnie have only had the horse for three weeks and plan to start the three-year-old mare at Ipswich in a fortnight.

Sing Donna Sing had one win in record time at Donald in Victoria.

“It was good to see the jockey was happy with her run,” Garry said.

“The mare was educated in Sydney so was good in the stalls.”

The trainer plans to start her in an 800-metre race and will take it from there to determine her best racing distance.

The Osbornes have three horses in work and started two in the Warwick Turf Club jump-outs on Sunday.

Bonnie said they were keen to support jump-outs at Allman Park.

“We hope they can hold jump-outs every six weeks,” Bonnie said.

“I prefer the grass, a lot don’t like the cushion track in Toowoomba,” she said.

Abe said riding in the jump-outs was more fun than serious racing.

“I wasn’t keen the night before but it’s been good,” he said after two wins and a second in the first three jump-outs.

Club president Garry Adcock said more jump-outs would be organised.



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