Readily and able to win well

Winner: Readily produced a powerful display to win the Wee Waa Cup staged at Narrabri on Sunday. Photo: Coffee Photography, Dubbo

Winner: Readily produced a powerful display to win the Wee Waa Cup staged at Narrabri on Sunday. Photo: Coffee Photography, Dubbo

Readily picked up his second win this month in taking out the G & K Anderson/Agies Rural Wee Waa Cup at the Narrabri harness meeting on Sunday.

Trained by Lola Weidemann and driven by her niece Stacey, it was a big day out for the stable, having ten runners competing at the meeting.

Lola trained four winners on the seven event card as well as driving two winners in Hero Bromac and Rocknroll Annie while Stacey also drove a double - which included a win in the feature with Readily – while Royal Luck made his way into the John Dean Memorial next Sunday at Narrabri after taking out the first heat.

Stacey Weidemann found herself and Readily four back on the inside running line desperate to have a crack at the field.

“I was happy they were running along out in front,” Stacey said with the 2160m race run in 2.00.3.

“It was a good finish.”

Weidemann weaved Readily through the runners to be racing five wide as the field rounded the final bend and utilised the length of the Narrabri straight. “The straight gives you a bit more time to get into the race and have a go,” she said.

Powering down the home straight Readily claimed Mitrhys Magic on the line for a neck win with Lifeontopoftheworld 4m away third.

“He (Readily) has been a great little horse for us - we have had some fun with him and he always tries his heart out.”

The Weidemann stable will be back to Narrabri for the Carnival of Cups meeting on Sunday with runners engaged in the two key finals.

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