Here To There too good in Browell Memorial

GREG Eurell-trained gelding Here To There made a winning return to the races on Thursday, taking out the Colin Browell Memorial Showcase (1300m) at the Bendigo Jockey Club.

Back in action following a 10-week let-up, Here To There ($11) bolted from back in the field down the straight to overhaul Dargio ($13), Classic Charm ($8) and Written Intent ($26) to win the $30,000 race.

The win continued Here To There's strong fresh form, with the four-year-old now boasting three wins and a second first-up in its 11 races.

"That freshen up has done him the world of good," winning jockey Chris Symons said.

"If you go through his form, his best runs are early in his preparation and then he just whacks away getting towards the end.

"Greg (Eurell) has worked out that he is best performing when he's fresh and it has worked out well today."

Thursday's Colin Browell Memorial was the feature event at the Bendigo Jockey Club and honoured the former jockey, who died of leukemia in 2005 aged 34.

"It was fantastic to win the race for the Browell family," Symons said.

"It has been nine years since he passed away from a dreadful disease, leukemia.

"I wish his family all the best and it's a great race to have next to my name."

GALLERY: Colin Browell Memorial Race

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