Electric start captures Cobram and bolsters plans

10 January 2022
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A dominant performance has not only captured Boots Electric another coveted prize but also helped book the Russell Jack-trained pacer a chance at more TAB Summer of Glory.

Last year’s 4YO Bonanza winner looked in a class of his own in Sunday’s Jim Phillips Memorial Cobram Pacing Cup, with reinsman Leigh Sutton blazing a path to the front in a fashion that even surprised him.

It would set the stage for a convincing win and Emilio and Mary Rosati’s talented five-year-old will now chase even more prize money, having been nominated for this Saturday’s Neatline Homes Shepparton Pacing Cup.

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