Success at every turn is the only way we can describe the month of April for Daley’s Playrio’s progeny. It started at Blackhall, then on to the ACA National Finals at Nebo, before arriving at Paradise Lagoons. Here’s just some of the results:
Week in week out we see the Daleys Playrios scattered across leaderboards, but Hughenden Campdraft 4 A Cause is definitely a standout. Not only do we see the usual front runners in their usual spot, at the top, this weekend we see a whole new crop accounting for 40% of the Futurity Top 10. Other placings include:
ACA NATIONAL FINALS
Madison was outstanding at the ACA Nation Finals. Find out more…
Ben Hall has scooped the pool at Blackall draft, winning everything, except the Open which Jaye Hall claimed after a runoff.
The latest win is the Novice B which he won with yet another Daleys Playrio, Halls Plenty, on her very first start. Out of Dry Destiny, she is full sister to Pledge, the mare Ben placed 3rd on at the Nutrien Classic this year.
The Playrios were on point at Blackall Open today, 2 of them running off for the Open.
Congratulations to victor Jaye Hall & Mink Rio and to 2nd placegetter Ben Hall with Jackson.
Christine Langdon Memorial award
Jaye Hall and Posh Rio, winners of the Christine Langdon Memorial Highest Scoring Lady from the First Round of the Maiden.
As Jaye says, “it was an honour to make the Bronzes for this event and an even greater honour to win it!”