Lateva wins Puckapunyal Army Cup from local hope.CHALPAT SONTI April 2, 2014 4:18am
Seymour-trained Klishina (yellow, Lee Smith) has come to the end of her run and Lateva kicks away to win the Puckapunyal Army Cup in the hands of Mark Pegus on Sunday.
Seymour Racing Club’s two major trophies are going to reside in South Australia for a while after Lateva’s gritty win in the Puckapunyal Army Cup on Sunday.
The daughter of Zupaone led all the way in the 1000
On Saturday Byron Cozamanis jnr won the Streaky Bay Cup with Miss Aberdeen, and it was there on the Eyre Peninsula his father (and Lateva’s trainer) Byron senior stayed and celebrated, leaving racing manager Julie Rowland to represent his stable at Seymour.
Lateva ($3.40) had good form at Moonee Valley in recent starts and jumped well to lead the 1000
Rowland said Lateva was owned by a group from Mount Gambier, with a couple of owners based in Perth. She joins fellow South Australian Sysmo (Seymour Cup) as big winners at Seymour this season.
Cozamanis is a South Australian himself, but these days operates a stable at Caulfield, from where Lateva was prepared. Rowland joked that he had a picture taken on Saturday night drinking scotch out of the Streaky Bay Cup ‘‘so I might have to take this home and put something different in it’’.
The Puckapunyal Army Cup was a touch lucky to be run at all. Stewards inspected the track on Sunday morning, during the 21
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