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  • 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
    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
    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
    Chasing fifth consecutive win in Group One
    POWER couple Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen are back in a bid to continue their dominance. The New Zealand-based duo have arrived in Victoria with a strong team, including Chase Auckland and Self Assured, which are set to contest Saturday night’s Ballarat Cup. Known as the All Stars Stable,... Read more
    Dare to compare the pair

    Dare to compare the pair

    January 13, 2020

    ONE is a widely-regarded as a legend – a champion of his time and arguably the finest horseman the industry has known. The other is his grandson who has clearly inherited his grandfather’s skill with horses. But at what point is it safe to say the apprentice has overtaken... Read more
    Deja vu all over again

    Deja vu all over again

    January 12, 2020

    A RUNNING joke among my sons is I just sit behind a computer and type “Blah, blah horse, blah, blah horse…” it’s that simple! The little turds think it’s quite hilarious. Given the results of this season’s Victorian country cups it is beginning to feel like the brats have... Read more
    Sights set on hometown Group One
    PREMIER horsewoman Emma Stewart’s remarkable country cup domination continued tonight. Stewart’s recent raids on the rich Victorian circuit have netted wins in the Maryborough, Yarra Valley, Geelong and Cranbourne Cups. In the latter Group Two Stewart’s runners were the first five across the line! Stewart’s haul also includes the... Read more
    It’s no Fine Cotton scandal!
    VICTORIAN horseman Stephen Lambert has been left fuming following an investigation into an “administration error”. On December 15, 2019, Lambert headed to Terang to contest a race with Bakers Bandit, which stewards then scratched from the meeting after noting a discrepancy with the pacer’s freeze brand. Bakers Bandit’s brand... Read more
    Draw puts dent in feature hat-trick bid
    SATURDAY night’s barrier draw has put a serious dent in Red Hot Tooth’s bid for a feature hat-trick. Set to compete in Shepparton, the Kari Males-trained trotter is engaged in The George Gath – named after the legendary horseman. Widely-regarded as a master of his profession, Gath is the... Read more
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