Co-trainers Greg and Skye Bond score a winning treble on seven-race card with driver Ryan Warwick

Taj StubberNarrogin Observer
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Ryan Warwick drove a winning treble in Narrogin.
Camera IconRyan Warwick drove a winning treble in Narrogin. Credit: Mary Meagher

Co-trainers Greg and Skye Bond teamed up with reinsman Ryan Warwick for a winning treble at Narrogin last Saturday.

Warwick guided hot favourite Be Rock Hard to victory in race one before finishing the night off with a race-to-race double, for the Bond training partnership, on the seven-race program.

Be Rock Hard continues to impress after taking out the Narrogin Observer Pace (2242m) by 1.9m at the short price of $1.04 ahead of Soho Gigolo.

He recorded his fourth career victory from eight starts including two further placings.

The Bonds and Warwick made it a double in race six with Glenledi Chief, who won by 1.9m after jumping a hot $1.50 favourite in his WA debut.

The combination’s third leg of the impressive treble came in the final event of the night as $1.30 favourite Unconditional won the Management Committee 3YO Fillies Pace (2242m) by 3.4m from Absolute Delight.

Reinsman Bailey McDonough notched a winning double in the sulky after guiding the Hayden Reeves-trained Mixedupmuddledup home in race two, then Bee Jay’s Boy, prepared by Frank Bonnett, in race four.

Trainer-driver Donald Harper claimed race three with $1.50 favourite Make It Happen, winning by 7.4m, while My Sweet Deal took out race five for David Hunter and Kyle Harper by 4.6m at $4.60.

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