HAWKESBURY trainers Garry White and Jason Attard had home wins at the Hawkesbury Race Club on Thursday afternoon.
White’s Every Chance saluted in the second race of the day, while Attard’s Reiby Rampart won the final once of the day.
Every Chance, ridden by Hawkesbury jockey Tye Angland, started as the clear favourite in the race at $1.45 and proved the punters and bookmakers right with a win by more than a length.
The three-year-old colt won the 1300-metre maiden plate, after having three second place finishes in its a six race career.
Jockey Blaike McDougall rode Attard’s charge to victory in a 1400-metre class 2 handicap race.
Attard’s four-year-old mare won by more than a length, while only carrying 52 kilos as McDougall claimed.
Chris Waller had two winners on Thursday as did training duo Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.
Tye Angland steered one of Waller’s horses to victory for his second salute.