|The domination of Australian
riders in Macau continued last night with three accomplished hoops scoring wins.
John Didham, Danny Beasley and Nathan Day all recorded winners, while
fellow Aussies Sam Hyland and Danny Brereton were among the placings at the night meeting.
Giftmaster notched up the first Australian success when John
Didham teamed up with the galloper to win the fourth race of the night, the Rodrigo
Rodrigeus Handicap over 1500 metres. Giftmaster was two lengths clear of its nearest
rival. Beasley finished third in that same event.
Danny Beasley made it a race to race double for the
Australians when he rode home Tai Hing Treasure to win the third division of the Areia
Preta Handicap over 1050 metres by a half length.
Completing the big night was Nathan Day who took the second
divison of the Praia Grande Handicap. Gypsy Silk scored a fighting neck win in the 1050
metre race. Didham finished third in that race, the sixth of night.
A recent addition to the riding ranks in Macau, Sam Hyland
finished with a third placing in the second race, while Danny Brereton finished with a
second and third placing.