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Tuesday 12 November, 2013
 
Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Fax 5368 2764 Vol 7 No 44
Moorabool News
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 – Boris Thornton rides Yokozuna to victory on Saturday.
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 Ian Cover is a Coodabeen champion, but Ballan Cup winning jockey, 16 year old Boris Thornton is a real champion with Ballan Jockey Club President Luke Mullane.
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The 151st Ballan Jockey Club Cup has been run, and won. A 16 year old apprentice jock-ey Boris Thornton, claimed his first ever race career win in the 1518 metre race at Geelong on Saturday. Aboard Yokozuna (#10), a previous winner of the Cup in 2010, Thornton came out wide on the home turn, after run-ning behind the entire field up until the 400 metre mark, before capturing the race by a short half head from Tallet and Seven Road.“I’m just so grateful to have been given the ride, and I thank my mum and dad for all the support and getting me  where I am today,the young hoop said.Thornton had the ride with  Warrnambool trainer Aaron Purcell. Yokozuna kept the bookies happy paying $13.00 for the  win. It was the eleventh win for the seven year old bay geld-ing from 47 starts and this win now adds another $15,000 to the $159,679 race career prize money.New President Luke Mullane presented the winning cups to the connections in front of a large local crowd.Colbrook resident Elle McCa-rthy claimed her own win on the field, Fashions on the Field Lady of the Day. Wearing a flo-ral royal blue dress from Myer, matching shoes and unique fascinator, Elle won $500 in cash and prizes, sponsored by the Royal Oak Hotel.The dining packages and mar-quees were booked out for the eight race program with the  weather better than back in the home town.“The club is really pleased  with the turnout and support today.“The committee and ex-ecutives have worked hard to make it a success and we all look forward to a bigger and better Cup in 2014,” President Luke Mullane said.He did, however, have an early tip for next year’s Cup.“Book your dining packages and marquees early so not to be disappointed!”
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Blackwood Community Fire Refuge
Construcon of Blackwood’s new co-located CFA Fire Staon and Community Fire Refuge is well underway.The Blackwood Community Fire Refuge Working Group would like to invite the local community to an informaon session to learn more about the re refuge and its operaon.
Invitation to information session
Date: Thursday 21 November 2013Time: 7:30pm to 9:00pmLocaon: Blackwood HallA brief presentaon will commence at 7.30pm followed by me for quesons. A light supper will be provided.Please contact Rachael Murnane on 0410 455 027 for further informaon.
 
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By Kate Taylor 
Bacchus Marsh’s iconic Strawberries and Cherries Trail Weekend has officially been launched, and visi-tors look set to have a berry good time.The start of the strawberry and cherry season will be celebrated with the event this Saturday 16 and Sun-day 17 November. Held at Naturipe Fruits, the launch saw member for Melton Don Nardella attend along with member for Western Victoria David O’Brien, Moorabool Shire Council CEO Rob Croxford, Mayor Paul Tatchell and Councillor Allan Comrie.In its seventh year, the event is expected to attract 10,000 visitors to the town.Speaking at his first official engagement as Mayor, Cr. Tatchell said the festival is the jewel in Moorabool’s tourism crown.“I am absolutely passion-ate about agriculture and nobody does it better than Moorabool. This event is put together with the other greatest assets in Moora-bool – our volunteers.“There is a need to main-tain the ‘culture’ in ‘agri-culture’,” he said.This year’s festival fea-tures the biggest program of events on record, with 28 stops on the trail.The ‘event passport’ has Strawberry & Cherry Trail Stops highlighting spe-cial event activities dotted throughout Bacchus Marsh township, and visitors can have their trail passport stamped along the way to go in the running to win an ultimate Bacchus Marsh experience valued at over $1000.It’s not the only prize on offer – the inaugural Hole In One competition, held by the Bacchus Marsh Golf Club, will see one lucky visitor win $5000. Also featuring on the event  weekend is the Progressive Dinner starting at Baby Black Café, Burkes on Main and Bacchus Hill Winery on the Saturday evening with Music & Fireworks a huge attraction at the winery also, for a gold coin entry to Bacchus Marsh Rotary, visitors and locals can set up on the hill from 6pm to enjoy the views, live mu-sic and the sunset over the valley ahead of the 9.30pm fireworks.“The Music & Fireworks event is a great opportu-nity for those exploring the Strawberry & Cherry Trail to rest their feet, and enjoy an evening of enter-tainment with friends and loved ones,” said Bacchus Marsh Tourism Association President David Durham.
Berrylicious
SCRUMPTIOUS 
 – David O’Brien (MLC West. Vic), Tina Seirlis (BM Tourism), Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell and Member for Melton Don Nardella at the Strawberry and Cherry Launch last week at Naturipe Fruits in the Avenue of Honour.
Photo Helen Tatchell 
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