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Gallery ǀ Benalla Race Day

First in, best dressed: Race one winner Kimmy Be Cool and jockey Daniel Stackhouse. Photo by Brenden Paddock

Fun for the whole family was on offer at Benalla Racing Club’s Kids Day Out event last Sunday, with a number of events offered alongside the eight races throughout the day.

Gerald Egan’s four-year-old mare Kimmy Be Cool picked up a cool win in the first sprint of the day — the first of its career.

Boho Miss took out the fourth maiden plate, the four-year old gifting Mick Sell and jockey Daniel Stackhouse another victory.

Griffiths racing crew saluted in the third race of the day, with Wine From Tears bringing home the win for Robbie Griffiths and Mathew de Kock, with Teodore Nugent the jockey.

Ensign photographer Brenden Paddock went along and captured plenty of action.

Out the blocks: Round one at the barrier. Photo by Brenden Paddock
Winners are grinners: Race-three winner Wine From Tears with jockey Teodore Nugent. Photo by Brenden Paddock
Lead the way: Strapper Angeline Robinson. Photo by Brenden Paddock
Best seat in the house: The grandstand at Benalla Racing Club. Photo by Brenden Paddock
And they’re off: Race one gets going. Photo by Brenden Paddock
Neck and neck: Race five down the straight. Photo by Brenden Paddock
Off we go: Strapper Maddy Casey. Photo by Brenden Paddock
Close-run thing: Race five down the straight. Photo by Brenden Paddock
Big win: Race-four winner Boho Miss with jockey Daniel Stackhouse. Photo by Brenden Paddock
On the move: Angeline Robinsons on strapper duties. Photo by Brenden Paddock
Finding the line: Boho Miss and Daniel Stackhouse. Photo by Brenden Paddock
Lengths ahead: Race-five winner Siren Rock. Photo by Brenden Paddock
In full-view: Spectators fill the gantry. Photo by Brenden Paddock