The stable picked up a fine double at Greyville on Sunday after racing at the same venue was abandoned becauseof persistent lighting on Friday night.
Midnight, who is a bit of a handful at home, continued on his steady improvement and won the first very well. With Keagan de Melo obliged to ride at the postponed Summer Cup meeting, apprentice Diego Gouveia
proved a more than adequate replacement and brought Midnight home to a comfortable win.Owner Cody Kalian obviously has a keen eye for a horse having put up his hand at the KZN Sun Coast sale.
A change of tactics has brought out the best in Accidental Tourist and she added a third win on the bounce to her CV under replacement rider Sherman Brown. Her big weight was of some concern but with the blinkers off, the daughter of Gimmethegreenlight put it all together once again, winning in good fashion. Good luck to Jimmy Sarkis and Red Jack Trading.