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Wilscot holds off challenge Wilscot was the second winner for Brian Cox. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK
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Jake Duffy rode Wilscot to victory in race 4. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Jake Duffy rode Wilscot to victory in race 4. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Wilscot, ridden by Jake Duffy, returns to scale after winning race 4. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Wilscot, ridden by Jake Duffy, returns to scale after winning race 4. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Trainer Brian Cox was emotional after Minnie Downs won the Wodonga Cup. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

The field bunches up as jockeys set sail for home. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Wodonga Gold Cup winner Minnie Downs trained by Brian Cox and ridden by Craig Newitt. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Trainer Brian Cox was emotional after Minnie Downs won the Wodonga Cup. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Owner John McPhee, trainer Brian Cox and jockey Craig Newitt speak after Minnie Downs won the main race. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Trainer Brian Cox speaks to owner John McPhee after Minnie Downs won the main race. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Trainer Brian Cox was emotional after Minnie Downs won the Wodonga Cup. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Trainer Brian Cox was emotional after Minnie Downs won the Wodonga Cup. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Horses tear up the track in the main race. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Wodonga Gold Cup winner Minnie Downs is pushed over the line by jockey Craig Newitt. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Jockey Craig Newitt pats Minnie Downs after the race is won. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Brian Cox holds up the Wodonga Gold Cup. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Kept Woman – ridden by Linda Meech – won race 5. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Kept Woman – ridden by Linda Meech – won race 5. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Kept Woman – ridden by Linda Meech – won race 5. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Kept Woman – ridden by Linda Meech – won race 5. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Jockey Linda Meech was looking pleased after Kept Woman won the race. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWICK

Albury’s Wade Towerton sits one out. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Crowds line up to watch the race. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Gentleman of the Day William Bonnici. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Millinery of the Day went to Renee Nesbitt. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Wodonga’s Cathy Jiang and Walwa’s Ella Hanna cool down with an ice cream.Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Wodonga’s Jayde Fisher and Hollie Symons were both stylish and sun smart. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Wodonga’s Alex Hill and Conor Sheridan enjoy a few beverages. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

You couldn’t miss Wangaratta’s Jorja Lindsay and Wodonga’s Katelyn Humphris with this bright orange umbrella. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Special guest, The Batchelor’s, Laurina Fleure holds the cup. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Wodonga’s Logan Anderson, 17 months, looking dapper in his black tie.Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Serina Gray, Sarah Peters and Bridget Parker. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Charlotte Carr, Ruby Pearce, Jessica Strauss and Kellie Simmonds, all from Wodonga. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Racegoers watch the horses fly by. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Jorja Lindsay parades for the fashions judges. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Lady of the Day Kira Johnston. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Special guest and The Batchelor contestant Laurina Fleure.Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Crowds watch as the horses race past. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Crwods watch from the stands. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Studying the book. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Crowds lining up for the race. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

All tuckered out after a big day. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Wow, check out those shoes! Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Katrina Hosie stood out with her brightly coloured hair. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Fashions on the field isn’t just about the dress. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Jed McPhee, 12, special guest Laurina Fleure, and Jed’s cousin Fergus McPhee, 8, all fighting for the gold cup. Jed and Fergus are grandsons of John McPhee, owner of the cup winner Minnie Downs. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON

Crowds watched in anticipation. Picture: MATTHEW SMITHWIC

TweetFacebook”Hopefully the drought is well and truly over. I thought that was a race he could win.”

BRIAN COX’This one’s for dad,’ emotional Brian Cox saysCox choked back tears after Minnie Downs handed him his first Wodonga Cup success without his father and long-time mentor, Ollie, by his side.

Public holiday a gold winner for Wodonga CupRacegoershave made the most of a new public holiday, with crowd numbers doubling at yesterday’s Wodonga Gold Cup.

Police arrest man over headbuttA man has been hospitalised after being headbutted in a fight at the Birallee Tavern. The man was believed to have come from the races.

Cav rues Wodonga bad luck as Pedro retiresWodonga Gold Cup day is fast proving to be a nightmare for Albury trainer Brett Cavanough.

“I’m a bit like the Albury Football Club. You lose two but you just go and find another two to replace them.”

Wilscott holds off challengeWilscottfinally delivered on his promise in landing the feature sprint on Wodonga Gold Cup Day for premier trainer Brian Cox.

“Hopefully the drought is well and truly over.”

Aalbers in exclusive companyVeteran horsewoman Liz Aalbers has been made a life member of the Wodonga Turf Club.

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