Mick puts Trust in No One but his horse to get a win
RACING: Warwick trainer Mick Hemmings had a win with Trust No One in race one at Allman Park on Saturday.
Hemmings said the win was his first for a while.
"Trust No One has only had five starts, two when he was in Rockhampton," he said.
The horse is owned by a syndicate including three Warwick owners.
"I have had the horse for the past five months and the win on Saturday was his first place.
"Trust No One came to me with a reputation for hanging out so my track rider Naomi Tuckwell and I spent a lot of time working with him.
"He has turned the corner and will be right for any races in the future.
"You can't get too confident, I thought going into the race yesterday he had a good chance."
Trust No One won the 800m maiden after leading all the way with jockey Taylor Williams on board.
Williams is based at the Sunshine Coast but made the trek to Allman Park to ride horses in the three races conducted before the rain hit.
Hemmings said he felt Trust No One would be able to race a little more than 800m.
"He is a fast horse and could get up to 1200m," he said. "We will be looking for another race in a fortnight."
The next Warwick meeting is the TAB St Mary's Race Day on February 20 but Hemmings doubts there'll be a suitable race for Trust No One.
Shez Our Destiny was second behind Trust No One and Heza Chumley third.
Melody O'Brien rode Brazen Jake to a win in the class B handicap and in the third race Hannah Phillips rode Chosen Court to win.