Not the night to be hoped for at Dubbo Paceway for Hewitt

It was a big night of racing at the Dubbo Paceway on Saturday night for Grenfell trainer Mark Hewitt.

Hewitt had three entries in the nine race meeting at Dubbo with two horses competing against each other in the first race up.

In Race One of the night, the 2120m Dubbo Show Meeting May 14 Pace Hewitt's two runners were Patricia Mac driven by Jason Hewitt while Mark took the reins on Sporty Mickilla.

It wasn't to be Hewitt's night however with both horses crossing the line at the back of the field finishing 9th and 10th respectively.

The Steve Turnbull trained Mach Daddy crossed to finish first with the $3 favourite coming out ahead of Nathan Turnbull's Promise to Rock who paid $6.00 at the tote and Karaoke Rock trained by Gregory Coney and driven by Madi Young with $26.00 odds.

Hoping for a better result Hewitt's third entry for the night ran in Race Three the Gallaghers Insurance Brokers Pace over 2120m.

Bobby Street sat in a good position starting at gate three, however it was not meant to be with the 6-year-old gelding crossing the finish in seventh place.

The Geoff Lawson trained Alta Downs crossed the line for the win. Finishing out the placings in the third race for the night was Karloo Bradley NZ trained by Barry Lew and driven by Justin Reynolds and Dazzle Me NZ also trained by Barry Lew and driven by John O'Shea.

It wasn't the night Mark Hewitt would have been hoping for at Dubbo Paceway on Saturday.

It wasn't the night Mark Hewitt would have been hoping for at Dubbo Paceway on Saturday.