Albury jockey Amanda Masters produced a blinding performance at Albury’s Melbourne Cup meet.
Masters grabbed the first three winners on the five-race program and followed it with a runner-up finish in the fourth.
“Amanda’s riding really well now, she’s got her confidence,” winning trainer Denise Wise said.
“People are putting her on, she does as she’s asked, that’s a big help.”
Masters won on Corowa trainer Rick Freyer’s Cincity in the opening race, a maiden over 2000m.
Albury trainer Mitch Beer’s Key Factor also snared a maiden sprint (1000m) with Masters completing the hat-trick on Master Moving (see story left).
Masters finished second on Mosh Opera ($3) to Wangaratta trainer Chris Davis’s Falcon Rubi ($2.70) in the Benchmark 50 (1400m).
Albury trainer Andrew Dale’s French Politician snared the last race with jockey Josh Richards.
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