Trainer-driver Aiden De Campo finishes with four winners at Harold Reid Paceway

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Trainer-driver Aiden De Campo wins the Camtrans Pace (2265m) with Keptain Courageous.
Camera IconTrainer-driver Aiden De Campo wins the Camtrans Pace (2265m) with Keptain Courageous. Credit: Taj Stubber

Trainer-driver Aiden De Campo stole the show at Harold Reid Paceway as he finished with four winners on Saturday night.

De Campo made it an even bigger night in the sulky at Albany Harness Racing Club, driving a fifth winner for trainer Barry Howlett.

He also claimed the feature race of the night, heat two of the Harry Capararo Memorial Prelude.

Three-year-old gelding Dominus Factum ran second at Narrogin last start and was sent out favourite in the Harry Capararo Prelude Pace (1832m).

Hayden Hancock wins with the Cheyenne King-Davies- trained Nullarbor Navajo.
Camera IconHayden Hancock wins with the Cheyenne King-Davies- trained Nullarbor Navajo. Credit: Taj Stubber

Dominus Factum settled just behind the leader before getting out at the top of the straight and powering home to win by 8.4m over race leader Freyja with Sanford Harry in third.

De Campo started his brilliant night off in race two with $1.90 favourite Keptain Courageous, who proved far too strong for his rivals, winning by 13.9m.

The Howlett-trained All The Bells notched a driving double for De Campo as the pair took out the Albany Bouncing Castle Pace (2265m) by 3.2m.

Four-year-old Pradason prepared and driven by De Campo took out the fourth race on the program by 7.1m.

Pradason was the hot $1.95 favourite and improved his record to seven wins from 24 starts.

Trainer-driver Aiden De Campo after winning the Camtrans Pace (2265m) with Keptain Courageous.
Camera IconTrainer-driver Aiden De Campo after winning the Camtrans Pace (2265m) with Keptain Courageous. Credit: Taj Stubber

De Campo ended the night on a high as he claimed the final race with his own pacer Strike Team.

The three-year-old gelding was sent out a $1.04 favourite and won Albany Scaffold Hire 3YO Westbred Pace (2265m) by 6.9m.

Hayden Hancock drove the Cheyenne King-Davies-trained Nullarbor Navajo to victory in race one by 1.5m, downing favourite Shoot Through driven by De Campo.

Hancock made it a double in the sulky in race six with the Debra Sutton-trained Lorinda Kate.

Distinguished Taste took out race seven for trainer John Graham and driver Ashleigh Markham.

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