Paisley bags two wins at Wyndham

JAMIE SEARLE
Last updated 20:27 11/11/2012
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TOP REINSMAN: Dexter Dunn drove four winners at Wyndham today.

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Longbush trainer Alan Paisley is looking for a junior drivers' race for Extreme Times.

The 3-year-old gelding posted his second win in eight days at Wyndham today. He was a maiden graduate at Ascot Park last Sunday and backed up with another game run in today's Big Jim @ Alabar Pace.

''He's always shown ability,'' Paisley said.

Chief Kapai gave Paisley more success in today's Kina Craig Pace. The gelded son of P-Forty-Seven deserved the win after being consistent in the maiden grade.

Rosie Lindenny, one of four winners today for Dexter Dunn, is trained at Lorneville by Tony Stratford.

He said a couple of changes had been made to the McArdle mare's gear.

''We added a boring pole and a shadow roll. She's always had ability and it's nice to see it come out.''

Minstrel Boy, whose half-brother, Canardly Lover, is racing at Addington on Tuesday, launched his career on a winning note in the Matai Farm Pace.

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