Super Stacey does the double

Stacey Weidemann adds Narrabri Cup to bulging trophy cabinet

Stacey Weideman drives the Lola Weidemann-trained Fours Enuf Tas to victory in the Narrabri Cup on Sunday. It was Stacey’s second cup win in a week, after she drove Readily to a Wee Waa Cup victory on Sunday, February 26. Trailing Fours Enuf Tough are the Chris Shepherdson-driven Gotta Feeling (left) and Mitrhys Magic.

Queensland harness racing duo Stacey and Lola Weidemann celebrated another local cup win on Sunday.

After Readily claimed the Wee Waa Cup a week prior, Fours Enuf Tas raced to victory in the Narrabri Cup at the Narrabri Harness Racing Club’s TAB meeting on Sunday.

Both pacers were trained by Lola.

Lola’s niece Stacey was the driver when Readily raced away to the Wee Waa Cup win.

She was also the driver of Fours Enuf Tas on Sunday, which started in the second line.

After the first turn Fours Enuf Tas was in sixth place, where it stayed for only a short period of the race.

It made a move as it approached the second turn, and by the time the pack had come onto the following straight it had moved into second place.

When the bell sounded for the final lap it trailed Mitrhys Magic by a neck.

At the final turn it edged ahead of Mitrhys Magic, then it came into its own in the final straight.

Fours Enuf Tas stormed ahead of the rest of the pack to win comfortably by about seven metres.

He loves big races in Narrabri, having finished runner-up in the Carnival of Cups last year.