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    History against millionaire mare
    HISTORY is against millionaire pacer Amazing Dream on Saturday night. The only female in the feature, Amazing Dream is aiming to become just the third mare to capture the Ballarat Cup since its inception in 1971. On top of that, no member of the ‘fairer sex’ has been successful... Read more
    MENANGLE PREVIEW from Mike Ko’cass
    RACE ONE: On what will be a night of thrilling action, the opening race will provide an intriguing clash between the Belinda McCarthy-trained MUSCLE FACTORY (5) and the Lester Hewitt-prepared HES CHIMING (10), with the likes of SOMEBEACHSHADOW (6) and BAD TO THE BONE (9) also more than capable... Read more
    Callaghan gearing up for the week of his life
    IT’S been an amazing start to the year for in-form Sydney reinsman Jack Callaghan. The 20-year-old was always destined to make a name for himself from the first time he took out his driver’s license as a teenager . . . and he has never looked back. There is... Read more
    Chapple gives the locals a reason to cheer
    MOONBI trainer Dean Chapple is looking for a big showing from his stable at the Carnival of Cups meeting tomorrow night at his home track, Tamworth Paceway. With seven runners competing, Chapple is focussing on the $40,000 Group 3 Multiquip Golden Guitar Final and the $10,000 Hazells Tamworth... Read more
    Star’s return “won’t be a walk in the park”
    SATURDAY night’s return “won’t be a walk in the park” for star Australian Pacing Gold purchase Madrid. Princess among last season’s two-year-olds, with five wins and a third from six starts, Madrid will be first-up since capturing the New South Wales Breeders’ Challenge Final when she heads to Club... Read more
    Coney primed for her first crack at Tamworth feature
    JEMMA Coney is armed and ready for Friday night’s big Carnival of Cups meeting at Tamworth. Top of the hit parade is the 38th running of the $40,000 (Group 3) Multiquip Golden Guitar Final. Coney has drawn perfectly in barrier one with the Ty Robson trained Rocknroll Max. “I... Read more
    Stock poised for significant boost
    QUEENSLAND’S squaregaiting stocks are poised to receive a significant boost. As part of Sunday’s sensational NED’s Australian Pacing Gold Sale, 11 trotting-bred yearlings will ‘go under the hammer’. Along with being from strong maternal families, the youngsters are by the likes of Majestic Son, Skyvalley and Volstead to name... Read more
    He’s happy to wear the ‘Crown’ at Bathurst
    IT’S fair to assume that Menangle Park-based horseman Jack Trainor rates Bathurst’s Gold Crown Paceway as one of his favourite tracks. Fresh from training a winning treble at the venue last Wednesday evening, Trainor heads back to Bathurst tonight with three runners, two of which will vie for favouritism... Read more
    Tough draw for returning Inter hero
    INTER Dominion hero Maori Law will take the first step towards matching one of the modern day greats when he returns to racing on Saturday night. Kept fresh since capturing the industry’s ‘Holy Grail’ at Club Menangle on December 11, Maori Law is set to tackle the E B... Read more
    Champ chasing rare Cup double
    COMEBACK pacer Lochinvar Art will attempt to join a pair of superstars on Saturday night. Engaged in the Ballarat Cup, Lochinvar Art will enter the Group One as the reigning champion. As it stands, only one winner has successfully defended their throne, while only one other campaigner has won... Read more
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