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 New Zealand Gallops News 
Tuesday, May 02 2017

Cameron Lammas returned from suspension on Wednesday at Matamata where he immediately made his mark at long odds in the opening event.



He got the best out of the Glenn Old-trained Bizzwinkle, who was at odds of 40-1 in the Marks Ewen & Associates 2000 after unplaced runs at his first two starts.

"I've lost a bit of fitness, I'm a bit buggered after that," Lammas said.

While punters were rocked by the result, Old wasn't surprised.

"We were quite confident last time at Taupo, but he missed the jump and got back in the ruck and never had a chance," he said.

Posted by: Racing Desk AT 03:30 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email