Favourite Charlee Bear is eased over the line to win Race 1 at the Clarence River Jockey club by jockey Kirk Matheson.
Favourite Charlee Bear is eased over the line to win Race 1 at the Clarence River Jockey club by jockey Kirk Matheson. Adam Hourigan

Unbeaten Charlee Bear makes it four from four

SMART two-year-old Charlee Bear is likely to take on city class horses at her next start after winning her fourth race in succession and maintaining her unbeaten record.   Local trainer Greg Kilner has an 1100m 2YO event at Doomben in a fortnight pencilled in.   "We may as well throw her in the deep end now and see what happens then she can go for a spell," Kilner said.    "She's still learning all the time, getting better and I think there is still improvement in her.. All her races have been on the doorstep, she hasn't had to travel and hasn't been overtaxed."  

Strapper Leah Kilner with horse Charlee Bear which is racing this weekend.Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner
Strapper Leah Kilner with horse Charlee Bear which is racing this weekend.Photo Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner Adam Hourigan

    Starting a prohibitive $1.20 favourite, Charlee Bear, a $4000 yearling that has now won over $50,000, was never in danger, leading throughout in the Twin Wing (NZ) 2YO Country Plate (1100m).  

Favourite Charlee Bear is returned to scale by jockey Kirk Matheson after winning Race 1 at the Clarence River Jockey club.
Favourite Charlee Bear is returned to scale by jockey Kirk Matheson after winning Race 1 at the Clarence River Jockey club. Adam Hourigan


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