Apprentices in good form
SIXTEEN-year-old apprentice Chelsea Jokic recorded the first win of her career when she steered Dalby horse Kama Diva to victory in the Killarney Hotel Killarney Cup at Allman Park on Saturday.
Brisbane apprentice Aidan Holt recorded two wins and one second in his first day as a jockey on Saturday.
He was second in his first race on Excellent Elite in race 1, the Maiden Plate. The horse is trained at Eagle Farm by Steven O'Dea.
The race was won by Jitter Juice, trained by John McMahon in Warwick. Owners, the Ebert family of Caboolture, had the horse trained at Eagle Farm before transferring Jitter Juice to McMahon.
Vozamiat, trained by Bill Brown, in Warwick, was third.
Toowoomba jockey Melody O'Brien fell and was taken to hospital with shoulder and elbow injuries.
Holt won race two with Ellyonbye for Deagon trainer Nathan Schofield with Wide Bay, trained by Ted Weier in Warwick, second.
In race 3, the Maiden Plate, Holt won on Look At Chu for O'Dea, with Warwick trainer Steven Hardy securing third with Sahara Knight.