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    Aussies fail to flatter on night one
    IT’S been a night of little joy for Australians. With the opening round of Inter Dominion heats completed at Alexandra Park, the Aussies have struggled to make an impact. What now appears to be an omen, one of the leading contenders in the trotters’ division – Mclovin – was... Read more
    It’s going to be tough, but Monarch is ready
    AS THE hours countdown to tonight’s opening Inter Dominion heats at Alexandra Park, Rickie Alchin’s nerves are beginning to kick in but so too is his confidence. Without underestimating the monumental task at hand, Alchin has enormous faith in his quality trotter, Tough Monarch. A recent Group One winner... Read more
    Veteran trainer to be nervous onlooker
    VETERAN trainer Tony Peacock will be a nervous onlooker in Dubbo on Sunday night. Traditionally the man responsible for a horse’s preparation, Peacock will be a mere observer when Bettor Enforce contests the Mares’ Classic. Joining Peacock’s stable when purchase from New Zealand last June, Bettor Enforce was transferred... Read more
    Scratching which forced Inter rule change
    NEWS Mclovin has been granted permission to bypass the opening Inter Dominion heats and contest the remainder of the series has rekindled memories of one of the Championship’s most controversial moments. Upon realising Mclovin was suffering a virus trainer Andy Gath sought permission to miss tomorrow night’s first qualifiers... Read more
    Hurricane drawn to blow rivals away
    A FAVOURABLE draw has Hurricane Roy in a strong position to complete a hat-trick when he ventures to Tabcorp Park Menangle on Saturday night. Winner of his last two starts, Hurricane Roy is engaged in the Club Menangle Country Series Final for trainer Brad Hewitt. To Hewitt’s delight, Hurricane... Read more
    Stablemates the pair to beat in Cup
    FRESH from last Saturday night’s Geelong Cup trifecta, premier trainer Emma Stewart is chasing another provincial feature. While a trifecta is out of the question this weekend, Stewart’s pair are favoured to fill the quinella in Sunday’s Stawell Cup. Triumphant in Geelong, Phoenix Prince will be joined by Code... Read more

    Trotguide November 28, 2019

    November 28, 2019

    The buy from APG and win that shouldn’t be!
    A MARE she shouldn’t even have in the stable provided Jodi Quinlan with a memorial moment at Tabcorp Park Melton today. Recently returning from a lengthy injury-enforced absence, Quinlan registered her first victory along the comeback trail thanks to the aptly-named Error. Involved in a ‘freak accident’ at the... Read more
    APG graduate too slick in USA

    APG graduate too slick in USA

    November 27, 2019

    AUSTRALIAN Pacing Gold purchase Amelias Courage scored in a personal best time at The Meadows last night. After stalking the leader from the pocket Amelias Courage captured the Filly and Mare Open Handicap Pace in impressive style. When Dan Rawlings pointed her inside, the daughter of Courage Under Fire... Read more
    Mare to earn her shot at the big time
    LONG term plans for Soho Nolita have been put on hold despite her impressive form. Boasting four wins and a second from five starts this season, Soho Nolita was originally being set for majors such as the Ladyship Mile. Australia’s premier mares’ sprint, the Group One is programmed to... Read more