THE final meeting of the 2015/16 Bunbury Turf Club season was run on Wednesday under grey skies with the awards for best jockey, apprentice, trainer and horse presented.
The eight race card kicked off with Myalup jockey Lucy Warwick booting Block and Tackle ($8.30) for victory in race one.
In the second, Salty ($4.60) saluted for jockey Jarrad Noske after giving the leaders a massive head start.
Apprentice jockey Randy Tan captured his ninth and tenth victory in Bunbury for the season when he landed the win in race three with Grindabella ($23) and Gigidy Gigidy Goo ($3.10) in race six.
The victories helped him secure the best apprentice prize.
WATCH: Randy Tan score aboard Grindabella in race three.
Bunbury jockey Glenn Smith rode a very confident winner with Our Buddy Boy ($2.50) in race four while rising female apprentice Tayla Stone saluted in race five with Chasing Chaos ($1.70).
I Done It ($6) and Jake Casey claimed race seven while Clinton Johnston-Porter and Fast Spring ($5.50) took the prize for the last race of the season.
Local trainer Peter Giadresco claimed his 14th premiership title and the first with his son and colleague Matthew.
Discord Witch was named horse of the year while the ever-reliable William Pike was crowned jockey of the year once again.
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