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Davis is on his game

Dual code trainer Steve Davis landed his second thoroughbred double on his home track at Spreyton on Saturday.
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Davis, who is one of only two trainers in the state who regularly have runners at gallops and harness meetings, was successful with Western Front and Tambro’s Game.

He scored his only previous double with Nerak and Tawera at the same track in 2011.

HOME GAME: Tambro’s Game, ridden by Davis Pires, gives trainer Steve Davis a home-track double at Spreyton on Saturday. Picture: Greg Mansfield

Davis called on the experience of senior jockeys Ryan Plumb and David Pires to give him Saturday’s double with two horses thatstarted at double-figure odds.

He warned Plumb that Western Front had to be saved for a late run in the Benchmark 62 Handicap.

“I told him to just track up behind the leaders and not make a move until the home straight,” the trainer said.

“If he got blocked for a run, I’d take responsibility.”

As it turned out, a run came on the rail and Western Front darted through to record only his third win in 45 starts.

“He’s always shown more ability that his record suggests,” Davis said.

The trainer had a different warning for Pires before he had his first ride on Tambro’s Game in the Class 3 Handicap.

“I told him that she’d travel well until about the 600m when she’d drop the bit and he’d think she was beaten,” Davis said.

“If he gave her a kick, she’d get going again.”

Pires reported that Tambro’s Game did just as predicted, only that she got to the 550m before she switched off.

When Pires got her wound up in the straight, she finished strongly to narrowly beat Just Run and Scouting Around.

Whitemore-based Nigel Schuuring also landed a double at the meeting –his first since movingfrom King Island.

His winners Willbe Rules and Eternal Speed were both ridden byLongford apprentice Kyle Maskiell who showed he was back in form after a recent layoff.

Lightly-raced two-year-old Willby Rules was impressive as he overcame a wide run to beat older horses by four lengths in the Maiden Plate.

The West Quest gelding is a three-quarter brother to Hobart Guineas winner and Tasmanian Derby runner-upBarysh Quest.

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