IN FORM: Queanbeyan apprentice Chelsea McFarlane enjoyed a winning double at Wagga on Friday. QUEANBEYAN apprentice Chelsea McFarlane continued her love affair with Murrumbidgee Turf Club with a belated birthday present on Friday.

McFarlane again made it a successful trip to Wagga as she snared a winning double aboardHello China ($4.80) and Eklands ($10.00).

The young gun only celebrated her 20thbirthday during the week and gave herself a present with another couple of winners at Wagga.

The double on Friday took her record to five wins from 11 rides at Wagga.

McFarlane said she loves riding at Wagga.

“I definitely love coming out this way,” McFarlane said.

“I love the track and am starting to build a fairly good record here as well.”

It was McFarlane’s second winning double of her career, after one earlier at Canberra.

Another highlight of her short career came when she enjoyed a win against the big guns on Wagga Gold Cup day, aboard For Me Dad.

McFarlane is apprenticed to Queanbeyan trainer Mick Smith, the trainer of Hello China, who wonthe $20,000 South Wagga Butchery-Riverina Stars on the Rise 3YO Benchmark 64 Handicap (2000m).

She later guided Eklands to victory in the Southern Cross Austereo Autumn Sprint (1200m).

Meantime, Sydney-based apprentice Travis Wolfgram guided $1.80 favourite Stratum’s Siren home to take out the heat of the rising star –the Elders Insurance Class Three Handicap (1300m).

Another strongwinner on the day was the Gary Colvin-trained Couldnotbebetter ($3.00) in the Raine & Horne 2YO Handicap (1200m).

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