A second up chance

Grenfell trained, driven and owned Holy Camp Paxton will be out to improve on its first up fourth when she lines up in a heat of the Club Menangle Country Series at Cowra on Sunday.

Having her first run since last August, Holy Camp Paxton finished a respectable fourth behind Urus over 2160 metres at Cowra last Sunday and with the better draw this week should be well placed early for trainer driver Robert Anderson.

Natural improvement will see her in the finish.

Grenfell is also represented at the meeting by the Mark Hewitt trained Sporty Mickilla in the Cowra Machinery Centre Pace, the stable also having Yes Eye See and Mickilla Reason in the Charlie Muddle Memorial

The Amanda Turnbull trained and driven Old Luke will be attempting to make it four wins in succession when he lines up in Sunday's feature Tri Tech Cowra Harness Racing Club Cup.

Drawn perfectly in the one, Old Luke has recorded wins at Bathurst, Menangle and Bankstown at its past three. It two starts prior to the treble both resulted in seconds.

On paper, at least, he just looks too classy for Sunday's opponents in what otherwise looks like being a tough day for punters.

Racing starts at 1.07pm with the Turnbull family holding a strong hand across the meeting.

In the day's final event the family has six of the 10 starters and across the meeting 18 starters.

Grenfell pacer Holy Camp Paxton looks a good chance in the Club Menangle Country Series Heat at Cowra on Sunday.

Grenfell pacer Holy Camp Paxton looks a good chance in the Club Menangle Country Series Heat at Cowra on Sunday.