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PROTRACK » GENERAL » 1988 Bendigo 5000 won by Glen Kendall VIDEO

1988 Bendigo 5000 won by Glen Kendall VIDEO

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1 1988 Bendigo 5000 won by Glen Kendall VIDEO on Wed Jul 18, 2012 11:08 pm

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The 1988 Bendigo 5000 won by the Monty Hirst trained Glen Kendall. It was Monty's first and only ever winner of the Bendigo 5000. Monty had coached three Stawell Gift winners (Colin Savage, Ian Miller & John Dinan) but until 1988 Bendigo had eluded him. Kendall was one of the few Bendigo winners to go on and make the Stawell Gift final in the same season, finishing sixth at Stawell, a month after winning Bendigo.

Thanks to Todd Ireland for the film.




There are other races Todd has kindly donated to Protrack that I will endeavor to post when I get the chance.


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Great footage.
Ironically, the commentator said he felt sorry for C.N. Start who missed the start and came 5th....
Start didn't miss the start come Easter Monday but there were more than just commentators feeling sorry for him.

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