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The Picnic Season Gets Going at Mansfield

The weather was a big improvement over Derby Day at Healesville and Mansfield got the 2011/2012 picnic racing season off to a good start.

The cancellation of the Healesville meeting did help the race fields at Mansfield given many horses had been nominated for both meetings. Although the fields were not large they at least ensured the events were competitive.

Whitney Hurst got off to a good start this season riding a double on the Steven Noble trained Umberbeau and Saint Johan.

The Mansfield Picnic Cup went to the Julie Crosbie trained and Adam Bodey ridden Red Maloney. Returning from a spell, Red Maloney came home strongly down the outside to win from the favourite and locally trained Blonde Brigade.

Results for Mansfield.
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Adam Bodey takes out the Mansfield Picnic Cup
on Red Maloney.
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