Cartwright, 24, couldn’t believe it when she was offered the mount on Tuesday after another apprentice, Jack Martin, dislocated his shoulder in a fall at Hamilton on Monday. CHILDS PLAY PAYS OFF FOR BEGG Cartwright said her manager told her to do a rain dance but she was worried that the meeting could be called off because of excessive rain. Cartwright sought advice from Jungle Edge’s regular rider Kevin Forrester, who stepped aside because of his big weight of 62kg, as he felt he would benefit from a three-kilogram claim. Jockey Georgina Cartwright made the most of her opportunity on Jungle Edge at Sandown.Source:AAP “Kevin told me to kid to him, talk to him, listen to him and have fun,” Cartwright said. Cartwright was surprised Gun Case led Jungle Edge but she said she didn’t panic. “I made sure he was comfortable and he did the rest,” Cartwright said. Trainer Mick Bell described Jungle Edge as “the horse of a lifetime” and it was a humbling experience for him to train a horse as good as him. Jungle Edge took his earning to $825,260 with his win in the Le Pine Funerals Handicap (1000m). Jungle Edge ($2.40 favourite) defeated Thermal Current ($14) by 2½ lengths with Gun Case ($3.10) ¾ length away third. Trainer Mick Bell could back up Jungle Edge at Pakenham next weekend.Source:AAP Bell said although Jungle Edge loved wet tracks his ability was underestimated. “I’ve been saying for a long time he’s a real horse. He just doesn’t like firm tracks,” Bell said. “I think he should have nearly won the Moir Stakes or at least run a place, and they were the best sprinters in the country.” Bell said he had planned to give Jungle Edge a spell but once he saw the weather forecast for the weekend, he changed his plans. He said with the rain about he might even start him in a $100,000 1200m handicap at Pakenham next Saturday. THE SUNDAY FIX IN A NUTSHELL # AGAINST all weather predictions, Sandown completed its program with the track at a Heavy 9 rating. Jockeys praised how the track raced. # DARREN Weir trained a treble, scoring with Mrs Gardenia, Silent General and Night’s Watch. They were all making their heavy-track debuts. Stable foreman Jarrod Mclean was impressed