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    ‘I’ll know when it’s time to go,’ says Lang GAVIN Lang pauses and smiles when asked why he continues...
    Thompson glad that he had a Bitgoingon
      JOHN DUNNE FORMER South Australian pacer Abitgoingonhere broke his metropolitan maiden status when he scored a well-deserved win...
    Tiger’s taking it slowly
    HARNESSLINK Geoff Dunn is taking a step back to reassess things with his star pacer Tiger Tara. The New...
    Holly secures berth in APG Final
    SHE has gone the “long way about it”, but Rollin With Holly has made her way into the rich Australian Pacing Gold Final. Finishing second in her heat last week, Rollin With Holly returned to Tabcorp Park Menangle this afternoon to tackle a repechage of the futurity. To trainer... Read more
    Apples on target for another feature win
    GROUP One winner Shezallapples proved she is on target for another feature victory with her win in Penrith last night. Having her third run from a seven-month spell, Shezallapples captured a heat of the popular Carousel Series. As such, the David Thorn-trained mare will tackle the $50,000 Final at... Read more
    David’s double delight

    David’s double delight

    April 7, 2018

    EXPERIENCED trainer David Eurell enjoyed a perfect end to last night’s Wagga meeting. Eurell took out the last two races with the only two horses he has in work. Major League led all-the-way before Corbie Abbey emulated her stablemate in the following event. Despite starting from wide alleys, both... Read more
    Upsets in Group Two features
    PLANS remain uncertain with Lifeonthebeach despite his Bathurst victory last night. Upstaging his more fancied rivals in the Gold Chalice, Lifeonthebeach will be given a “few easy days” while trainer John McCarthy decides on a next target. “To be honest I haven’t looked past Bathurst with him,” McCarthy said.... Read more
    Tiara hoodoo finally broken
    IT’S taken three generations, but the family finally boasts a Bathurst Gold Tiara winner. Thanks to her success in last night’s Group One, Major Kiss has broken a hoodoo surrounding the feature. By Art Major, the two-year-old is from Kiss Kenny, which won her Tiara heat in 2013 before... Read more
    Short break for boom freshman
    A WELL-EARNED break is on the cards for exciting youngster College Chapel. Just how long the son of Mach Three spends in the paddock, however, is yet to be decided. Speaking after College Chapel’s success in last night’s Bathurst Gold Crown, trainer Bernie Hewitt explained he will work on... Read more
    Winners by the plenty for Lola and co
    THE name Weidemann will be popping up in two states during the Easter weekend . . . and in some nice race Finals. Last Friday Lola Weidemann appeared in the winners’ circle at the Armidale harness meeting when she trained and drove three winners on the six-event program. Ifoundthebeach,... Read more
    Shadow to join select fraternity
    MULTIPLE feature race winner Castalong Shadow is aiming to join a select group of youngsters on Saturday night. Set to contest the Bathurst Gold Chalice, the colt is attempting to become the fourth to complete the Gold Crown/Chalice double. Soho Valencia was the first to manage the feat in... Read more
    Jones rallying for a great cause
    THE WINNERS keep rolling in for Blake Jones as he enters the final stages of a cause close to his heart raising money for “Good Talk” Wearing specially designed colours with the number 32 inscribed, Jones has been racking up the winners while raising awareness for bipolar disorder. Many businesses... Read more
    APG boys dominate Crown qualifiers
    AUSTRALIAN Pacing Gold youngsters dominated last night’s Bathurst Gold Crown heats. With five qualifiers conducted for the colts’ and geldings’ division, three of APG’s ‘boys’ were triumphant. Soho Thunderstruck got the ball rolling in the opening heat when he led throughout to score from Tsunami Charlie and Bettor Sport.... Read more
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