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    Freakish youngster back from career-threatening injury
    MONTHS after injury threatened to end his career, star young trotter Plymouth Chubb is poised to make his return. Controversially overlooked as Victorian Horse of the Year, Plymouth Chubb has been sidelined since capturing the Vicbred Super Series – his fourth Group One of the season – on New... Read more
    Classy speedster primed for racing return
    JUST days after his record was equalled, classy speedster Cash N Flow will make his racing return at Club Menangle. Renowned for his prowess over a mile, Cash N Flow established the fastest quarter at the world class venue when he covered the final 400 metres in 25.3 seconds... Read more
    Chance to extract family revenge
    BAD luck appears to be the only scenario standing in Our Little Jet’s way from extracting a form of revenge on behalf of her family this weekend. Successful in a heat in Kilmore last week, Our Little Jet earned a berth in Saturday night’s Australian Pacing Gold Sovereign Final... Read more
    Is this youngster the next headline act?
    THERE has been plenty of coverage surrounding the interstate success of South Australian-bred stock in recent months. Thanks to the feats of Majestic Cruiser and Encipher, SA appears to be on the verge of a resurgence. Bred and owned by Des and Heather Glynn, Majestic Cruiser is a last... Read more
    Freshman trotter sets world record
    RISING star trotter A Real Legend put together a legendary performance in just his fifth start as he set a world record in the Ohio Sires Stakes at Northfield Park last night. In the second of two $55,000 divisions for freshman colts, John Dutton and driver Chris Page raced... Read more
    Two-year-old’s record equalling 25.3-second quarter!
    JUST as predicted it was an onslaught at Club Menangle today. Yesterday National Trotguide printed an article drawing a comparison between the battle of The Alamo and the Nutrien Sale heats at the world class venue. While the locals were ready to offer what resistance they could muster, the... Read more
    Riding the crest of a wave

    Riding the crest of a wave

    August 16, 2022

    RESPECTED horseman Paul Cavallaro is riding the crest of a wave. Cavallaro has had a pair of runners at the last two Globe Derby meetings and now boasts three last start winners. As for the ‘other’ pacer, Wrangler, he finished third behind his stablemate Cullenburn in the free-for-all on... Read more
    Menangle to resemble battle of The Alamo!
    HARNESS racing’s premier track Club Menangle will resemble San Antonio tomorrow. With heats of a Sales Series being conducted during the afternoon, a large force of ‘Mexicans’ will converge on the world class venue ready for war. And just like the famed battle of The Alamo, the invading army... Read more
    Nominations open for APG Sales
    THE wait is over – nominations are now open for the APG 2023 Perth and Gold Coast yearling sales so please get your entries in NOW. Please note: Gold Coast entries CLOSE on August 22, 2022 and Perth on September 1, 2022. Sustained graduates from our Gold Coast sale... Read more
    That’s my first Group One…I couldn’t be happier
    QUEENSLAND’S Grant Dixon isn’t the only horseman to register a personal milestone tonight. Thanks to his victory behind Colt Thirty One at Albion Park, Dixon became just the fourth Australian driver to reach 5000 wins, joining the late Gavin Lang, Chris Alford and Chris Lewis. Down south Rodney Petroff... Read more
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