I'm Big Deal bounced back from the worst finish of her career to claim victory at Kennerson Park on Monday afternoon.
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The two-year-old black bitch had drawn box three in the Bathurst RSL Club race (307 metres) and led at all three sectionals to claim a second career win.
That was I'm Big Deal's 10th career placing from just 13 starts, with her worst finish a fifth in her last outing at Goulburn on Friday.
Woodstock trainer Darren Wort was on hand to witness his bitch's victory at the Bathurst track, saying his was happy with how I'm Big Deal raced.
"She's a good little tryer and she won two starts back here at Bathurst," he said.
"She got into a bit of strife in her last start on Friday. She came fifth. She missed the kick a little bit and in those short races, you sneeze and you miss it. It's a different race.
She's a good little tryer and she won two starts back here at Bathurst.- Woodstock trainer Darren Wort
"I was really impressed with her run today. She's getting better on the clock, which is handy. When she goes up her grades, they go faster, obviously."
Wort expects to bring his bitch back to Bathurst next week to race.
"We'll bring her back to Bathurst. We'll probably step her up in the next sort of month, just get her racing across a bit further distance," he said.
A number of feature races were held later in the meeting, including the Alan Harvey Memorial, the Julie Healey Memorial Final and the Orange Cup.
La La Louis won the Alan Harvey, Springview Sugar took home honours in the Julie Healey, while Londonderry trainer Darren Sultana claimed victory in the $6230 Orange Cup with Crocodile Vella.
The Orange Cup has been held at Bathurst for a number of years, ever since the old Orange greyhound racing track closed.
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