O'Sullivan, Pitt and Stewart shine on a night of milestones

25 June 2022
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It was a night of milestones at Melton on Saturday as drivers Shannon O'Sullivan and Mark Pitt and trainer Emma Stewart clocked up significant victories at Victorian harness racing headquarters.

O'Sullivan scored her first metropolitan race success when Love Ina Chevy zipped home down the outside to win the PCFA Critical Catch Pace for trainer Lance Justice, while Pitt and Stewart both brought up their 100th winners for the 2022 season.

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