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  • Lady too slick at The Meadows
    HANDY mare Camera Lady enjoyed a 29.2-second quarter ‘breather’, then sprinted off to her third straight victory in last night’s $20,000 Filly and Mare Preferred Handicap Pace at The Meadows. Camera Lady duelled three-wide through a demanding 27.2 opening quarter, but after Dave Palone stepped on the brakes, the... Read more
    Prince ready to reign

    Prince ready to reign

    November 7, 2018

    A STEP up in grade and an awkward draw will work against exciting pacer Phoenix Prince at Tabcorp Park Melton on Saturday night. Unbeaten from three starts this season, the Australian Pacing Gold purchase is engaged in the Four and Five-Year-Old Championship for trainer Emma Stewart. Along with tackling... Read more
    Additional upgrades for Albion Park
    UPGRADES to the racing surface at Albion Park continue with Racing Queensland and the Albion Park Harness Racing Club agreeing to co-fund additional works to safeguard the track against further racing disruptions in the future. Following the discovery that further work was required to stabilize the track base, RQ... Read more
    Drawn to maintain unbeaten status
    A HANDY draw has Bella Clare well positioned to sustain her unbeaten status at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Saturday night. Successful upon debut in Penrith last week, the Michael Xuereb-trained filly will tackle the Kevin and Kay Seymour Evolution Final in which she will begin from barrier two. Thrilled... Read more
    Primed to maintain perfect record
    A TOUGH draw at Bendigo on Friday night should have no impact on Whats In The Esky continuing his unbeaten record for the season. Successful at his four starts for the term, Whats In The Esky will begin from the outside of the second row for trainer Allan McDonough... Read more
    Maturity the key to strong form
    PLANS remain modest with Double Encounter despite his impressive form this campaign. Winner of his last two starts, including at Tabcorp Park Menangle yesterday, Double Encounter will continue to be taken along slowly by trainer Harry Martin. Citing maturity as the key to the five-year-old’s ‘purple patch’, Martin believes... Read more
    Rising MVP lives up to his name
    HANDY trotter Rising MVP pulled the pocket near the three-quarters, powered past the leader and coasted to a comfortable victory in yesterday’s feature $13,000 Conditioned Trot at The Meadows. Rising MVP was stalking Banker Volo when Aaron Merriman cut him loose. The three-year-old gelding had little trouble negotiating the... Read more
    Veteran’s dashing return to racing
    VETERAN pacer Riverboat Jasper caused a minor upset with a dashing return to racing in Devonport last night. First-up since last March, Riverboat Jasper proved too slick for his opposition to capture the NWTLHA Cup for trainer Wayne Campbell. “The old fella went pretty well,” Campbell said. “He had... Read more
    Star continues rise to the top
    TALENTED pacer Joes Star Of Mia continued his charge towards next month’s Inter Dominion with a dominant performance at Tabcorp Park Menangle last night. With Amanda Turnbull holding the reins, Joes Star Of Mia led throughout the Group Three to account for Maximan and Real Stride. Covering the mile... Read more
    Setback just part of racing

    Setback just part of racing

    November 4, 2018

    GOING from an extreme high to a disappointing low is tough to take, but is part of racing according to trainer Michael Stanley. Stanley made the assessment when discussing Menin Gate’s below par effort at Tabcorp Park Melton last night. Having scored first-up in the Swan Hill Cup a... Read more
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