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She’s Got Wheels motors to Gold Rush Maiden win

She’s Got Wheels (Kelvyn Greenough) enhanced her reputation as a future star when taking out the $14,250 Jarrod Larkin Concreting Gold Rush Maiden Final (425m) at Bendigo on Easter Sunday.

After an impressive showing in both the heats and semi-finals, She’s Got Wheels powered to the front from boxrise and was never headed on her way to the $10,000 first prize.

The $1.70Fav, She’s Got Wheels made it three wins from three starts with her run of 23.51sec just 2.5 lengths off Shima Shine’s track record.

Her three victories – in 23.70sec, 23.56sec & 23.51sec – have all been in the best of the day.

WATCH: She’s Got Wheels (4) wins the Gold Rush Maiden Final by five lengths over the fast-finishing Zeeba’s Legacy (Matthew Lanigan) and Aston Wise (Jacqui Greenough) in 23.51sec.

Darren Pattinson, who handled for the Greenough kennel, said “Kel would be very pleased with the sensational win and being able to get the chocolates on Easter Sunday makes it sweeter.”

“Even though she’d drawn box four, which we were a little concerned about, she showed a lot of tenacity to surge to the front early and we are really happy with how she ran. The Bendigo Gold Rush Maiden has a real status about it now and we look forward to what this little star can do in the future,” Pattinson added.

A 23-month-old daughter of Fernando Bale and Zara’s Entity, She’s Got Wheels was bred by Maureen Barry (Longwood) and is owned in NSW by Greg Sprod.

*This article was written by Brad Williams

Sunday’s feature race winners

AG Tyres & Wheels Easter Cup (500m): Smart As Jack (Adele Powell, Stanhope) in 27.86sec

Grays Bendigo Stayers Cup (660m): Aston Ulysses (Paul Abela, Parwan) in 37.86sec

Peter Brown Custom Homes Belle of Bendigo (425m): Rasputia (Daniel Pell, Toolleen) in 24.00sec.

Jarrod Larkin Concreting Gold Rush Final (425m): She’s Got Wheels (Kelvyn Greenough, Pearcedale) in 23.51sec.

Meadows to Bendigo Damsels Dash Final (425m): Jannila (Dallas Massina, Golden Square) in 27.84sec.

Hanrahan Plumbing Beau of Bendigo Final (425m): Spare Bullet (Paul Abela, Parwan) in 23.65sec.

WATCH: Re-live all the action from Lords Raceway on Easter Sunday.

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