Bloomfield bursts back on the scene with four winners

Andy Bloomfield rides 'Little Oh' in 2002.
Andy Bloomfield rides 'Little Oh' in 2002.

TALENTED Wagga hoop Andy Bloomfield is once again starting to make his presence felt in the jockey ranks after a lengthy lay-off.

Bloomfield stole the spotlight at Tumbarumba last Saturday, booting home four winners on the six-race card.

His impressive haul included the Tumbarumba Cup on Miss Bemuse.

Bloomfield has only been back riding for little over a month after an injury-riddled 18 months with an arm problem.

He is among the top handful of jockeys in the Southern Districts when fully fit and won the jockeys title in the 2010-11 racing season.

WAGGA Riverside will hold its postponed TAB meeting today.

The meeting originally scheduled for Tuesday was postponed after a burst irrigation pipe flooded a section of the track near the 1000-metre mark and the track was deemed unsafe for racing.

Trainers should take note of the amended race times with the meeting brought forward to help combat the expected hot temperatures.

COROWA Racing Club will hold a five-race non TAB meeting on Saturday.

The meeting has attracted 75 nominations with the $6000 Benchmark 50 Handicap (1000-metres) the feature race.

The Daryl Archard-trained Erghaam has been allocated top-weight of 63 kilograms, with Hardenup, Estambul Or Bust, Evasive Action and Share The Pie also among the nominations.

ALBURY Racing Club has attracted 115 nominations for its TAB meeting on Tuesday.

Brett Cavanough has nominated a strong team including Flat Knacker winner Bossdon City, Price Of Glory, New Moves, The Monstar and Zaripova.

Bossdon City is set to resume from a 28-week spell as Cavanough starts preparing his assault on the two-day Albury carnival on March 27 and 28.

Trainers should take not nominations for the Benchmark 75 Handicap, Benchmark 70 Handicap and Benchmark 65 Handicap have been extended until 11am today.