Look's as if Vo Rogue was on the ball when he posted the following back in June
Another Shayne Cramp rort at the home of rorts Mildura, race 2 the Crampster had 3 runners, he drove an 8/1 chance, his close mate Nafey Jack drove the 2nd horse a $3 chance, and low and behold, his 3rd runner was driven by Ellen Tormey, a $64 chance, which blasted out of the gate and led all the way and NEVER looked like losing
6 LEIGHMONT $74.80 9.30
10 ELQUE 1.50
8 EIGHT TEE I 2.30
LEIGHMONTBLK G 2
Ft Shayne Cramp
Red, White & Black Panels With Saint Motiff$0 TS 2-0-0Village Jasper (USA) - Blue Moon Navajo
6th MILDURA 17Jun 1790 MS FT6 $43.8 Elque 24.2m 2-05.0
9th MILDURA 24Jun 2190 MS FT3 $82.5 Hilltop Raide 19.9m 2-07.9
you reckon they wouldn't pull the exact same rort just 3 races later in race 5 ? Cramp drove the $1.50 boom horse, the fav Goes Like El which had the pole, the commentator pre-empted before the start that he might get double crossed and end up 3 back pegs, well Cramp made the caller look a genius, it did happen, but Cramp managed to come of the fence and was 3 back outside. He then swept around them at the bell and didn't even have the pace to sit shotgun in order to do less work, stuck out on a limb for the last one lap plus, it was gonzo down the back straight, and who should get the juicy split in the straight coming orf Boris Devchich's back ? Bec-Bec Bartley on Primo Hanover at $27, trained by Shayne Cramp
Now for the punch line...in race 8, Cramp has 2 runners, the favourite Jamie's Boy (who he got a suspension driving as a beaten fav for not trying to win) and number 3 Herdonthegrapevine, once again driven by Bec-Bec Bartley. This time everyone's expecting the rort, with Bec-Bec opening ar $7.10 the giddy goat, and the fav $3. I'm here to tell you that Bec wont run a hole, and Cramp's horse will be driven aggressively, circle the field and win running away
3HERDONTHEGRAPEVINEB G 3REBECCA BARTLEY
Navy Blue, Light Blue & Pink Band V, Light Blue Cuffs$4200 TS 8-0-1Modern Art (USA) - Grapevine
4th MILDURA 31May 2190 MS FT3 $7.7 Shiro Nz 8.4m 2-02.5
5th MILDURA 17Jun 1790 MS FT9 $10.4 Graybuck 38.7m 2-00.5
7th MILDURA 24Jun 1790 MS FT6 $50.9 Maastricht 36.3m 1-58.8
9JAMIES BOY BR G 3SHAYNE CRAMP
Navy Blue, Light Blue Striped Sleeves, Pink Cuffs$6862 TS 11-2-3Washington Vc (USA) - Jamies Lass (NZ)
WON NYAH 07Jun 1765 MS FT5 $3.1 1.6m 2-00.4
2nd MILDURA 17Jun 1790 MS FT9 $2.20F Maastricht 5.0m 2-00.0
2nd MILDURA 24Jun 1790 MS FT11 $3.1 Maastricht 12.8m 1-58.8
how predictable, they went like the clappers up front, Cramp smoking his pipe near the back of the field, and sustained a 500 metre sprint to win running away
And Bec Bec was unplaced, just like the script read
9 JAMIES BOY 2.60 1.30
5 GRAYBUCK 1.80
1 DEL BOCA VISTA 3.20 There must be a few question marks over the accolades given to Cramp in the article below.
Mildura trainer Shayne Cramp has achieved what is believed to be an Australian, and maybe even a world, first.
Cramp's stable absolutely dominated proceedings at his home track on Tuesday night, not only winning every race but recording a trifecta in Race 1 and the quinella in the third, fifth and seventh events.
Shayne drove three winners himself, while Reece Moore also had a winning treble and father Greg Cramp booted home two victors for the stable.
"Absolutely fantastic. It's just unbelievable," Shayne Cramp told Harness Racing Victoria.
"We've got six before but to get eight winners, that's just unheard of.
"It was a fantastic effort from all the team. Dad drove two winners and the young kid (Reece Moore) we've got working for us drove three.
"It's not going to be an early night tonight."
It began with the Fishers Supermarkets Pace when Lis Mara Shadow (Greg Cramp) defeated stablemate Boltenin by 9.8m, while another Cramp horse Anarion finished third.
The second event, the Redwood Day @ Maryborough Sunday Pace, went to Cramp-trained two-year-old Mach Three filly Aldebaran Brandi, which defeated runner-up Lucky Eight and another Cramp runner East Emperor in third.
Race 3, the Sunraysia Daily Pace, was taken out by Macray Soiree, Cramp’s three-year-old Grinfromeartoear filly, which defeated stablemate Glen Alpine Drive by 5.3m.
The Cramp wagon rolled on in Race 4, the Seelite Windows and Doors Pace, when Soho Jagger prevailed victorious 8.5m over Georges Lad in second and yet another Cramp runner in Squiggymaguire in third.
The fifth event saw the Cramps in the winners’ stall in the Bill Hanson Memorial Pace, with a stable quinella via Philtra Phella defeating Sutter Man.
Hargrave took out Race 6, the Mildura Sports Pace, Cramp’s only runner in the race prevailing by 12.1m.
The seventh event went to Inransit, while stablemate Vivant gave Cramp yet another quinella.
And in the last history was made in emphatic fashion, Reece Moore piloting Cramp’s Cenosilocophobia to victory by a huge margin.
Moore gave an emphatic victory salute as he crossed the line in first place; but his winning margin was so enormous he probably could have got out 50m before the line and danced his horse and sulky to success.
Trots fans' Twitter and Facebook feeds were all about Cramp after the last race, many suggesting it was one of the most remarkable feats seen in the sport's history.