Kennedy scores treble for the first time

Last updated 05:00 18/12/2012

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Wingatui trainer Terry Kennedy trained three winners on a programme for the first time yesterday.

 Kennedy saddled six horses at the seven-race programme of the Otago Racing Club. He won the first three races with Remind Me, Chapel Star and Dubai Bear.

Chapel Star is raced by Lndsay Parr, of Mosgiel, and Dubai Bear by his brother, Eric, of Ashburton. Remind Me is owned in Wanaka by Ray Hughes.

 Kennedy has been training for 15 years.

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- The Southland Times


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