First winner: Temper The Storm, ridden by Cody Collis.

Second winner: Torque Espagna, again with Collis in the saddle.

Third winner: Rustic Boom, ridden by Michael Rodd.

Fourth winner: Cody Collis again on Tow The Line.

THE Kendrick Racing juggernaut looks unstoppable at present, especially at home.
The stable saddled up its second lot of five winners on the Sunshine Coast poly track in a fortnight on Sunday, March 24, including the quaddie.
It also had four second place-getters, including two quinellas.
The remarkable triumph followed five winners on the same track on March 10.
There has also been a string of metro winners, including doubles, in recent weeks.
Trainer Stuart Kendrick said racing was a sport of highs and lows.
“We’re certainly in a purple patch of form at the moment,” he said.
“But it just doesn’t happen. It is due to a lot of hard work from our team and the support of our loyal owners.
“It is fantastic for everyone involved when we are celebrating results like this.”
Sunday’s meeting was not only a triumph for Kendrick Racing, but also for new apprentice Cody Collis, who rode four of the winners.
First-starter Broonzy (main photo) completed the remarkable five winners when he won the last, a Maiden Plate (1000m), with Collis aboard, as a $6.50 chance.
Earlier, the stable won the first, a Maiden Plate (1400m), with stable newcomer Temper The Storm ($3.20).
With Collis aboard, the three-year-old won at career start number three and his first outing for Kendrick Racing since transferring north.
The stable then had to wait until race four, when Torque Espagna ($11), ridden by Collis, won a Benchmark 58 (1600m).
That was the start of the quaddie and a flourish in which the stable saddle up the three remaining winners.
They included Rustic Boom ($2-fav), ridden by Michael Rodd, in a Benchmark 62 (1100m).
The stable had the quinella in that race, with Divine Okay finishing second.
Collis again won on Tow The Line ($3.60) in a Benchmark 55 (1000m) and it was another quinella, with Torque About Magic second, before Broonzy won the last.
For the record, the quaddie paid $934.80.

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