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    Sires’ Series next target for rising star
    NEXT month’s Raiders Stake is the updated target for rising star Harjeet. Winner of his last six starts, including the Group Two Easter Cup in Launceston, Harjeet will be given a brief let-up before being set for the Tasbred series. Should all go according to plan, the Todd Rattray-trained gelding... Read more
    Another interstate major on the radar
    HAVING already captured a four-year-old major at Tabcorp Park Menangle this season, prominent horsewoman Marg Lee has set her sights on securing another. Earlier this term Lee made the trek from her Victorian base to annex the Chariots Of Fire with Australian Pacing Gold graduate, Jilliby Kung Fu. This... Read more
    Upsets in Group Two features
    PLANS remain uncertain with Lifeonthebeach despite his Bathurst victory last night. Upstaging his more fancied rivals in the Gold Chalice, Lifeonthebeach will be given a “few easy days” while trainer John McCarthy decides on a next target. “To be honest I haven’t looked past Bathurst with him,” McCarthy said.... Read more
    Tiara hoodoo finally broken
    IT’S taken three generations, but the family finally boasts a Bathurst Gold Tiara winner. Thanks to her success in last night’s Group One, Major Kiss has broken a hoodoo surrounding the feature. By Art Major, the two-year-old is from Kiss Kenny, which won her Tiara heat in 2013 before... Read more
    Short break for boom freshman
    A WELL-EARNED break is on the cards for exciting youngster College Chapel. Just how long the son of Mach Three spends in the paddock, however, is yet to be decided. Speaking after College Chapel’s success in last night’s Bathurst Gold Crown, trainer Bernie Hewitt explained he will work on... Read more
    Fobwatch is timing  his run for Cup win
    LOCALLY-OWNED and bred pacer Clancys Fobwatch is expected to be among the leading fancies in Easter Sunday’s 60th staging of the $30,000 Warragul Pacing Bowl Cup. Raced by local dairy farm manager Kylee Paull and her father John, Clancys Fobwatch has been racing in a rich vein of form... Read more
    Premier trainer impressed with colt
    IT IS easy to understand why premier trainer Emma Stewart has a high opinion of Centenario. Not only is the two-year-old unbeaten from three starts, he has won in impressive fashion, including at Tabcorp Park Melton tonight. After racing in the ‘death seat’, Centenario staved off a late challenge... Read more
    Country cup cliche

    Country cup cliche

    March 29, 2018

    IN WHAT is becoming a cliché, exciting trotter Rocknroll Baby is the one to beat in Sunday’s country cup. Winner of her last four starts – all provincial Cups – Rocknroll Baby is set to contest Victor Harbor’s flagship event. Despite her 20-metre handicap, the Greg Norman-trained mare is... Read more
    Man needs mucho luck on his side
    CONNECTIONS of handy pacer Mucho Macho Man are hoping for better luck when he returns to Albion Park on Saturday night. Racing in sensational form, Mucho Macho Man won six consecutive starts at Redcliffe before competing at Albion Park last weekend. To trainer Wayne Graeme’s dismay, however, the son... Read more
    Winners by the plenty for Lola and co
    THE name Weidemann will be popping up in two states during the Easter weekend . . . and in some nice race Finals. Last Friday Lola Weidemann appeared in the winners’ circle at the Armidale harness meeting when she trained and drove three winners on the six-event program. Ifoundthebeach,... Read more
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