Lost In Transit, ridden by apprentice Jasper Franklin, completed the double.

THE Archer Park-Kendrick Racing combination was on the money again at the Sunshine Coast.
Following a metropolitan win with Pocket Full at Toowoomba on Saturday night, they struck again with Money Man (main photo) at the Caloundra headquarters on Sunday (September 24).
Ridden by apprentice Bailey Wheeler, his win in a Maiden (1400m) as a $10 chance was part of Kendrick Racing double, with the stable winning again later in the afternoon with Lost In Transit.
Trainer Stuart Kendrick said Money Man had finally put it all together.
“He has always shown promise, but the addition of the blinkers switched him on,” he said.
“He had a tough run but sprinted quickly in the straight and held on for a tough win.”
The inform Lost In Transit made it four wins in a row in a Benchmark 65 (1200m).
Ridden by apprentice Jasper Franklin, he was well backed to start $1.90 favourite and won comfortably by a length.
“It was a good ride by Jasper,” Kendrick said.
“The horse will head to the city next run and should get weight relief,” he said.
Lost In Transit has now won four of seven career starts, with two placings.



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