Landor Cup-winning jockey Jessica Bain took a brief break from her Geraldton clerk of the course duties to pose for happy snaps after All In Red’s emphatic maiden victory meant she is now a triumphant trainer as well. #MondayMarvel

All In Red was the third starter for new trainer Bain, who was a familiar face at the Eastern Gascoyne Race Club’s traditional bush race meetings from 2013 to 2019; the Landor races fell victim to COVID-19 in 2020. Bain had 56 Landor rides for five wins, the highlight being her steer aboard Craig Wendt-prepared Ten Outa Ten in the 2017 Landor Cup.

Formerly in the care of Ray Burns, All In Red is the fifth son or daughter of Flirting About to make it to the track, and whereas Flirting About retired winless, each of her offspring which has raced has won at least one contest.

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