Winners at Wagga Wagga and Goulburn

Angela Della Bosca returned from last Friday's Goulburn meeting with a winner in the form of Armando taking out the Ladbrokes Odds Boost Maiden.
Angela Della Bosca returned from last Friday's Goulburn meeting with a winner in the form of Armando taking out the Ladbrokes Odds Boost Maiden.

Young greyhound trainers Vicki Wilder and Angela Della Bosca both celebrated winners in the past week.

Della Bosca produced her two year-old fawn and white dog Armando ($3) to take out the Ladbrokes Odds Boost Maiden over 440 metres at Goulburn last Friday.

At start number eight Armando jumped only fairly from box 6 but was able to position up in third place when the field settled behind the early leader Destiny's Faith with Velocity Hope holding down second after jumping from box 1.

Coming to the corner Armando raced past Velocity hope before setting off after Destiny's Faith.

Railing better than the leader, Armando took the lead to hold on for a neck win from Destiny's Faith with the fast finishing Testimony in third place.

At Wagga Wagga on Sunday, Vicki Wilder was successful with Corleone King ($4) which prevailed by a head to upset the heavily backed Sunlit Quealy ($1.40) with We Gotta Million ($10) a further three and three quarter lengths back in third place in GRNSW Masters Stakes over 400 metres.

A renowned fast starter Sunlit Quealy was a clear leader from the covetted one box while Corleone King raced wide before making his way into second and setting off after the leader.

Corleone King finished strongly in the straight and when Sunlit Quealy drifted was able to cross to the fence for the narrowest of wins.

Owned by Gary Kimber, Corleone King was having its 104th start.

The win took the veteran's win tally to 31 and career earnings of just over $60,000.

Della Bosca heads to Goulburn today where she has Declan Harp engaged in the final event.