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November victory for King and Doyle as On To Victory wins Doncaster pot | Racing News

first_img“It’s always nice to get Alan a winner, I get a few good rides from him throughout the year.” – Advertisement – On To Victory finished well in the Town Moor gloom to land the Betfair November Handicap for Alan King in the hands of James Doyle.The six-year-old was breaking his duck for his new trainer having moved from Eve Johnson Houghton at the end of last year and he had been knocking on the door.- Advertisement –center_img Placed in his last three races, he managed to get his head in front this time after a well-timed challenged under Doyle who was delighted with the success.“It set up quite nicely for him,” he said on Sky Sports Racing.“I thought I was tracking the right type of horses so I was pretty happy when I turned into the straight. On this ground you just hope you can keep the momentum going to the line.- Advertisement –last_img read more

This Townsville renovator sold for an unbelievable $280,000

first_img13 Fifth Avenue, South TownsvilleTo top it all off, the home stands proud over two lots making up one large 1012sq m block, leaving its new owners with plenty of development opportunities.“The buyers are a local husband and wife, whose kids have grown up, and now look to renovate this home to make it their own and live in it,” Mr Spinella said.“I’ve been told that they will keep the original form and layout to maintain the home’s original character.” 13 Fifth Avenue South TownsvilleTHERE is no doubt this original Queenslander is in desperate need of a makeover but don’t be fooled by this grand old home’s facade. Originally titled in 1946 and constructed in 1958, this South Townsville renovator was the cause of a bidding war when it sold at auction for an unbelievable $280,000, Core Logic figures show.Eight buyers went head to head to snatch this prime positioned home, according to listing agent Giovanni Spinella who sold the property after only 22 days on the market. 13 Fifth Avenue, South TownsvilleHaving been owned by the same family for the past 59 years, the home is undoubtedly a Townsville icon.Close to original condition, the home has grown with the family from an original two bedroom home to a three bedroom, including enclosing of the original verandas to create more living space.Tongue and groove timber walls, ornate pointing and high ceilings are just a few of the period features still intact inside. Wrapping two sides of the home are stunning original casement windows that still open like the day they were installed. center_img 13 Fifth Avenue, South Townsville“Throughout the campaign, the property had 22467 views on realestate.com.au, was favorited by 170 people on their property accounts, had 82 inquiries and 86 groups through the door,” he said.“It shows that people recognised that property is a really good buy, in a prime position even though there were some people who commented that the home looked ‘terrible’ and needed a lot of work.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“However, there were a lot of people who fell in love with this home which is what drove competition on the night.”last_img read more