Sapphire Coast treble for in-form Olivia Chambers

Olivia Chambers guided Noble Serenade to a commanding 3.25 lengths victory in the 1208m Maiden Plate at the Sapphire Coast on Monday. Photo: Bradley Photos.

Didn’t Olivia Chambers enjoy a big day out at the Sapphire Coast meeting on Monday?

The 20-year-old landed her first career treble, even booting home a double for her bosses, Robert and Luke Price.

Chambers kicked off the program with a win when guiding the Price-trained Noble Serenade ($2.80) to a commanding 3.25 lengths victory in the 1208m Maiden Plate.

She soon made it a stable double when winning on Celestial Doll ($5.50) in the 1208m Benchmark 58 Handicap. 

“It was really good,” Chambers replied when asked what riding a double for the Price stable meant to her.  

“I’m just grateful for them putting me on and giving me some opportunities, and finally, the results are coming in.” 

Chambers had to wait until the last race of the day before bringing up her maiden treble, and riding for Theresa Bateup, the two-kilogram claimer guided Eberlee ($4) to a good win in the 1408m Benchmark 58 Handicap. 

“Theresa actually gave me my last four-kilogram winner, and she’s been good to me along the way, and I’m happy to get the winner for her,” Chambers said.  

The youngster never expected to ride a treble, and she was still shocked when quizzed on the rare feat. 

“It was pretty unexpected, but I’m happy, and at the end of the day, I can’t complain,” Chambers laughed. 

Regarding her success at the Sapphire Coast, she said she enjoyed riding on the spacious South East track. 

“It’s a really nice, big open, pretty fair playing track, and it gives every horse nice opportunities,” Chambers said. 

A winning treble only adds to an excellent run for the in-form apprentice, who booted home a double at the Sapphire Coast last month before landing another winner on the same track only 13 days later. 

Chambers has already landed a Moruya double, and a Canberra win this month, and she explained that everything is starting to ‘click’.

“I feel like I am getting a couple of nice opportunities, but also, everything is starting to click and come together, and I’m feeling more confident in what I’m doing,” Chambers said. 

“I feel like I have that time to think a bit more; I can take a breathe and read a lot more than just riding.”

Chambers will look to continue her excellent run this weekend with a handful of rides across meetings at Queanbeyan on Saturday and Goulburn on Sunday.

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