At bet365 Park Kyneton last Friday, former local Mick Sell and Kilmore jockey Jason Baldock combined to knock out quaddie takers with Raid the Cabinet ($26) in the Ray White Real Estate Romsey BM58 Handicap (1850 metres).
The win was the six-year-old son of Rebel Raider’s fourth from 26 starts.
Sell trained at Kyneton until mid-2018, when he moved to Bendigo.
Rookie apprentice Campbell Rawiller, son of leading Sydney-based hoop Nash, took out the last race, the Bendigo Service Centre BM58 for colts, geldings and entires (1200m), aboard Fast And Furious ($19), putting a final nail in the coffin for quaddie punters.
The quadrella paid a massive $87,766.40 on SupertTAB.
The win was Rawiller’s second career victory from only nine rides.
They’re racing at bet365 Park Kyneton this coming Tuesday (October 15), with Seymour’s cup meeting on the following Sunday (October 20).