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Smith supremely confident Bolwarra Ben will deliver

BROADMEADOW trainer Jeremy Smith has never trained a galloper to win three races in succession, but that could change at 3.10pm today.
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Smith, 31, who has been training for only four years, will saddle up the promising four-year-old Bolwarra Ben in the class2 over 1850metres at Broadmeadow, and the trainer won’t hear of defeat.

“Bolwarra Ben’s last two wins at Broadmeadow have been very impressive and he has worked the joint down since,’’ Smith said.

‘‘He is a pig of a horse and I won’t let anyone ride him in work except me, but he sure can gallop.

‘‘Bolwarra Ben is maturing with each run and I don’t believe the step from 1500m to 1850m will be a problem. I believe he will get 2000 and maybe 2400.

‘‘Muswellbrook apprentice Samantha Clenton has ridden him in his two wins and she will be aboard on Saturday.

‘‘She is a no-nonsense jockey and will stand over the horse, and that is what he needs.

‘‘Bolwarra Ben bucked and threw his jockey, Luke Cumberland, in his first race start and I immediately sent him for a spell. He has had five runs this time in and, while his behaviour is improving, he has a long way to go.

‘‘On the other hand, his performances on race day cannot be faulted.

‘‘I can’t see him being beaten on Saturday.’’

Smith and wife Renae have been together for 10 years and have two children. Renae works for Paul Perry and helps out her husband, who has six horses in work.

At the age of 15, Smith lived with his mother in Western Australia, where he started work as an apprentice chef.

He then worked as a strapper for Port Headland trainer Jack Cockle and spent five years with the John Hawkes stable in Melbourne.

Smith is from a harness racing background and his grandfather Ken was a legend in the 1950s and 1960s.

Another Broadmeadow trainer with two winning prospects at today’s meeting is Jason Deamer, who saddles up Nevagotavote in the maiden (1500m) and Casino Queen in the Benchmark 65 (1500m).

Nevagotavote deserves to break through after being runner-up in his only three starts, and Deamer was confident he would race well today.

“Nevagotavote’s last run, when beaten a nose, was his best run to date,’’ he said.

‘‘He will probably lead from the rails barrier and he is due for a change of luck.

‘‘Sam Clenton will claim three kilograms and it’s the same distance as two weeks ago, so here’s hoping.”

Four year-old mare Casino Queen is in career-best form and is in a winnable race.

“Casino Queen has been racing well in the Hunter and from the rails barrier she should have a nice run off the pace. It’s an open race, but my mare is weighted OK with the claim and they will know she is there,” Deamer said.

Deamer, a third-generation trainer, has 10 in work and he has enjoyed considerable success as a trainer after a career as an apprentice jockey.

His father, John, and grandfather Carl were also jockeys before turning to training.

Wyong filly Respire returns to racing in the Benchmark 65 (900m) and is very talented.

Trained by the astute Allan Denham, Respire hasn’t raced since winning a Scone maiden by 6.3 lengths in January.

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