Genki Moochi races to Nowra Cup and new track record

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Peter Wells rides Genki Moochi to win the 2014 Nowra Cup.

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: Peter Wells rides Genki Moochi to win the 2014 Nowra Cup.

GENKI Moochi has galloped home to claim the $30,000 2014 Nowra Cup in spectacular style with a new track record at the Kinghorn Motor Group Girls Day out on Sunday. 

Peter Wells was atop the six-year-old black gelding and steered her home in 1:34.25, two lengths ahead of the Jules De Smet trained It’s a Virtue and the Marc Connors trained Magnolia Lane.

Genki Moochi is a New Zealand horse and trained by Warick Farm’s Jason Coyle. 

WINNING CIRCLE: The men of the 2015 NSW Firefighters Calendar celebrate Genki Moochi’s win in the 2014 Nowra Cup with Kinghorn Motor Group owner Geoff O’Connell, Shoalhaven City Turf Club chairman Mike Martin, trainer Jason Coyle and Shoalhaven City Turf Club vice-chairman Ian Whitby.

WINNING CIRCLE: The men of the 2015 NSW Firefighters Calendar celebrate Genki Moochi’s win in the 2014 Nowra Cup with Kinghorn Motor Group owner Geoff O’Connell, Shoalhaven City Turf Club chairman Mike Martin, trainer Jason Coyle and Shoalhaven City Turf Club vice-chairman Ian Whitby.

Cambewarra trainer Robert Price was unable to back up his 2013 win with Ramsays Curse, with his 2014 hopeful Too Hi Tek failing to make the top placings.

The day was not just for the horse racing, with the fashions on the field and the men of the 2015 NSW Firefighters Calendar a popular attraction.

UP FOR GRABS: There was plenty on offer for the winning 2014 Nowra Cup horse.

UP FOR GRABS: There was plenty on offer for the winning 2014 Nowra Cup horse.

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