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One-two-three for Deane


Added 13 April 2019


No Not Again, with Anderson Trotman in the saddle, winning the feature race ahead of Island Cotton, with Rasheed Hughes up. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)

It was another fantastic day for in-form trainer Liz Deane as she landed a treble at the Garrison Savannah yesterday.

Deane’s charges No Not Again, Island Cotton and Debonaire David (in that order) – all owned by Hopefield Stables – dominated the featured Garrison Savannah Handicap over 1 100 metres.

No Not Again, like he did in the Spa Sprint Stakes on Gold Cup Day, rushed to the lead in the race for three-year-olds and older rated 110-90 and below.

With regular rider Anderson Trotman up, he effortlessly motored into the homestretch, but Debonaire David, after a giant surge from the back, mounted a challenge coming for home. (LY)

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