■ Gosford chief James Heddo had a very big day yesterday.
He was up early to raise the Australian flag at his track then open the gates for the huge Anzac Day meeting.
Later he was seen bopping away at the silent disco, which was a novelty part of the race day.
There was a room near the saddling enclosure where 200 sets of headphones were installed. The music was played by two DJs and only those wearing the headphones could hear the tunes.
‘‘It was sick, man,’’ Stable Talk’s spy said tongue-in-cheek was the way the chief described his time in the silent disco.