Gold Coast trainers Toby and Trent Edmonds are making the most of Covid 19 zone racing.
In an effort to keep racing going in the Sunshine State, Racing Queensland divided racecourses into zones and the Edmonds team is predominantly racing at the Gold Coast, Ipswich and Toowoomba tracks.
Last Friday at there home track, the Edmonds stable saddled up five individual winners to repeat a similar haul at a 12 race Sunshine Coast meeting a few seasons ago.
ThOn Sunday they won an Ipswich race to take their season tally to 100.
Of the wins 43 have been in Queensland metro meetings, 37 at provincial level and there’s been 19 at country New South Wales tracks and one in Victoria.
Ontrack has eight horses on the Edmonds roster and the promising filly Baroda is due to be their next runner in the all gold.
She resumed with a very nice run for third at the Gold Coast a couple of weeks back and is likely to be back in action in a QTIS 3YO race on her home track on May 1.
Provided she runs up to expectations, Baroda could head to Sydney to contest the $200,000 Inglis Scone Guineas.
The latest addition to the Edmonds Ontrack roster is a lovely filly by Black Caviar's sire Bel Esprit. Secured at last months Magic Millions QTIS Sale, the filly is out of the 2yo stakeswinner Flamenco.
This Queensland bred filly was from the Daandine Stud draft. This is the prolific stakes winner getting farm that produced Golden Slipper winner Capitalist and also leading sire Written Tycoon.