The local training partnership of Chris Gibbs and Michelle Bradley were back to doing what they do best on their home patch at Ruakaka on Saturday — producing winners.

The pair picked up four victories and six placings from their 18 runners on the day with none more impressive than 3-year-old Mac Attacka.

The Makfi gelding had impressed when making a winning debut at the venue back in May but followed up with a disappointing run on a Heavy10 surface at Ellerslie earlier this month. Back to a Dead5 track on the weekend, Mac Attacka produced a sustained finish from well back on the home corner to defeat his age-group rivals over 1600m, including stablemate Quizmaster who finished runner-up.

"It was good to see him bounce back like that after the disappointment of Ellerslie," Chris Gibbs said.

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Gibbs also said Danzdanzdance would be heading back to the stable in the next week after a month of pre-training at co-owner Kylie Bax's property. "There are so many options available to her."

- NZ Racing Desk