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View Count: 62 |  Publish Date: June 29, 2013
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Winner keeps it Hall in the family

It was a lovely win by a very nice filly: trainer Dennis Heinemann. Photo: Tertius Pickard
Promising filly Hallside Rose continued a family tradition by winning the $85,000 Bruce McLachlan Classic (1200 metres) at the Sunshine Coast.
Hallside Roses dam Nicole (by Bureaucracy) has produced eight foals, seven of which have won accordingly for Sunshine Coast trainer Dennis Heinemann.
John Clark bred and owns Hallside Rose and also bred the mare, Heinemann said.
I had a half brother to Hallside Rose named Hawkside Hero. He was something special until he broke down. Advertisement
Ridden by Jim Byrne, Hallside Rose, the $4.20 favourite, handled the heavy conditions with aplomb to beat Rusty Colours ($21) and Choose A Saga ($12).
It was a lovely win by a very nice filly, Heinemann said.
If you look at her she still needs another six months.
Shell be more than a handy horse later on.
She is such a quiet filly, a joy to train.
Hallside Rose had not raced since May 18 when she was runner-up to Missy Longstocking in the listed Lancaster Stakes at Doomben.
She got a stone bruise but thankfully we got on top of it quickly, Heinemann said. She missed 10 days work but it might have been a blessing in disguise.
Byrne said Hallside Rose was a nice filly.
To win with six weeks between runs showed her ability, he said. Dennis has done a real good job with her.
Heinemann said Hallside Rose was likely to have one more run in a fortnight before being turned out for a spell.
■ It was a horse that won with no price trained by Mick Price.
Eximius, winner of the $100,000 Sunshine Coast Guineas (1600m), went to the post as a scratching on price semaphore boards.
A computer glitch showed five horses that took part in the listed event as scratchings .
The mix-up had many punters in a quandary. Officials were looking into the malfunction to determine what had occurred but stewards declared correct weight on the event.
Melbourne-trained Eximius (Larry Cassidy) defeated $2.60 favourite Lucky Hustler, which is being chased by several Sydney stables.
■ Patinack cast-off Kneeling continued to repay her new owners with her second win under new colours.
Bought for $380,000 at the Patinack Farm disbursement sale in May, Kneeling, now trained by Peter Moody, fell in to win the XXXX Handicap.
Apart from the four-year-old mares galloping ability she has great residual value as a future brood mare, being by Encosta De Lago out of the Sunday Silence mare Sunday Service.
Kneeling is undefeated in two runs in Moodys care after winning at Doomben on June 19.
Kneeling ambled up to eventual runner-up Comahni ($18) but then had to fight to score by a nose.

Time: 15:33  |  News Code: 288563  |  Site: brisbanetimes
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