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    APG eligible youngsters leading the way APG eligible youngsters leading the way

    NO WIN NO FEED

    WITH the card less than halfway completed, Australian Pacing Gold youngsters are dominating today’s stellar Tabcorp Park Menangle program. At the time of writing... APG eligible youngsters leading the way

    WITH the card less than halfway completed, Australian Pacing Gold youngsters are dominating today’s stellar Tabcorp Park Menangle program.

    At the time of writing three New South Wales Breeders’ Challenge Finals had been conducted with APG eligible pacers winning each of the Group Ones.

    Be Happy Mach was responsible for a tough win in the $125,000 decider to two-year-old colts and geldings.

    Driven by Luke McCarthy for trainer Emma Stewart, Be Happy Mach covered the mile in 1:52.7 to take his record to six wins and a third from seven starts for earnings of $150,715.

    Recent APG Final winner Pelosi then outclassed her rivals in the fillies’ division for trainer Anna Wodmansey.

    With John Cremin holding the reins Pelosi worked to the lead from five before completing a four-and-a-half metre win in 1:52.6.

    Owned by Wayne Honan, the daughter of American Ideal boasts an impeccable record of six wins and a second from eight starts for a bankroll of $254,236.

    No Win No Feed rounded out the APG hat-trick when she completed as narrow victory in the Three-Year-Old Fillies’ Final.

    Also driven by McCarthy, No Win No Feed stopped the clock in 1:52.4 to capture her second Group One of the season.

    Last March the Craig Cross-trained daughter of A Rocknroll Dance secured the Bathurst Gold Bracelet.

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