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  • Government takes action in relation to club dealings
    GOVERNMENT action and a homeless industry are prospects as the long-running Globe Derby land sale saga reaches another level. As of this morning ASIC has moved to “strike-off” the club’s development company GIC Globe Derby, along with other names associated with the developer. Given today’s ASIC movement, and a... Read more
    Visitors’ draws for trotting stablemates
    A PAIR of difficult draws will make life tough for New South Wales raiders Revy Jay and Amandas Spur at Ballarat on Saturday night. Sent south of the border by Joe and Mary Rando, the trotters are faced with wide and second row starting positions. Engaged in the E... Read more
    Forgotten Group One winner resurrecting career
    FORGOTTEN Group One winner Mizurri is favoured to continue resurrecting her career on Saturday night. Successful at the highest level as a three-year-old, Mizurri failed to flatter as an aged trotter before being sent into exile in December 2018. With South Australian horseman Errol Johnson “willing to give her... Read more
    From Bruce Banner to the Hulk for new stable
    HAVING transformed from Bruce Banner to the Hulk since a recent stable switch, Ruffalo is primed to smash his rivals again on Saturday. Purchased by the Keeleys last month, Ruffalo was transferred to King Island trainer Graeme Keeley where he has thrived. Since arriving on the island the son... Read more
    Enjoy great racing while helping wildlife
    FANTASTIC racing is not the only reason to head to Ballarat on Saturday night. With several features and heats on the card, Ballarat’s flagship evening has attracted some of the best trotters and pacers in the southern hemisphere. Headlining the program is the Group One Ballarat Cup, which lists... Read more
    Decision time for Ignatius, Harjeet
    A DECISION on whether or not to chase the $500,000 A. G. Hunter Cup will be made after the next starts for Ignatius and Harjeet. Both horses have had an interrupted preparation due to the New South Wales fires. Trainer James Rattray admits he may instead keep both horses... Read more
    APG watch list during stellar Cup night
    SATURDAY night’s Ballarat meeting is already going to be an interesting affair. With a string of high class performers set to compete throughout the card there is plenty for all enthusiasts to enjoy. For those looking to make a purchase at next month’s Australian Pacing Gold Sale, however, there... Read more
    Plan A…then we’ll work on Plan B
    TRADITIONALLY ‘plan B’ is an alternative only when ‘plan A’ fails to work out. For astute horseman Adam Kelly the first part of the equation has to come to fruition in hope the second part can be realised. Kelly will head to Ballarat on Saturday night with underrated filly... Read more
    Time for former rising star to step up
    AS PROMISING as his first-up win was, Let It Ride still has a lot to prove. Considered a rising star following his stellar four-year-old campaign, Let It Ride failed to live up to expectations last season during his five-year-old campaign. The son of Rock N Roll Heaven managed just... Read more
    Tough draw to keep Shark caged?
    A TOUGH draw has astute trainer Dale Afford hoping for luck at Globe Derby on Saturday night. Afford is poised to contest the St Leger with classy pacer Hesashark, which will begin from the outside of the second row. Racing in sensational form, with wins at his two runs... Read more
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