Jared Wehlow’s ‘Freakish’ Winning Streak Continues: By Tony McMahon.

Published 8 November 2022

Jared Wehlow’s ‘Freakish’ Winning Streak Continues: By Tony McMahon.

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Rockhampton trainer Jared Wehlow’s freakish winning trot gathered further momentum at Townsville races this afternoon (TUESDAY) when he trained yet another winner.

By winning the $22,000 3YO Maiden (1200m), Soaring High presented Wehlow with his ninth winner from his last 14 starters.

This all occurred over the last 18 days commencing with Wild Irish winning at Mackay on October 21 before continuing with Sabor and Tricology (NZ) at Callaghan Park, Rockhampton on October 27.

Last Tuesday at Mackay races, Wehlow led in the winners Unassailable and Xanthus before scoring with Fly For Yulong (IRE) at the Rockhampton TAB races last Friday.

Wehlow backed up the next day winning the Moranbah Cup (1550m) with Triptonic while winning as well with So Roman which raced to a 12.5 lengths success. 

Adding further impetus to his feat, is the fact that those nine wins have come from Jared’s last 13 starters with another of that number being a placegetter. 

The Wehlow stable certainly doesn’t plan to rest on its winning laurels with six team members entered to race at Mackay TAB races on Thursday.

These are Tricology (Race I -TAB 1); Skymaster (R4 – TAB 7); Sabor (R 5 -TAB 6); Louis January (R 6 -TAB 10); Fresh Prince (R 7 -TAB 4) and Moonshiner (R 8 -TAB 7).

Jared Wehlow has a sizeable string of 28 horses in training from two on-course stable barns at Callaghan Park.

Among his staff who ably assist him are his wife Alisha and father Greg.

In an understatement describing his current winning run, Jared said on his way home from Townsville races last night “it’s been very good”.

‘’We have a lot of horses racing at the moment and most are not long back from spells and deriving that benefit”, before adding “they have probably been in the right races as well”.

That last statement is humble indeed, as Wehlow has chosen those right races which falls into the category of the art of “placing a horse”. 

Without any doubt Jared Wehlow is an exponent of the tried-and-true racing adage which goes along these lines – “if you feed them right, work them right and place them right they will race all right”.


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