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  • Modest plans despite breakthrough win
    PLANS remain modest with River Patrol despite his success at Tabcorp Park Melton last night. Racing in consistent fashion, the son of Live Or Die broke a frustrating run of close calls when triumphant for trainer Albert Cefai. Driven by Darby McGuigan, River Patrol led throughout from barrier four... Read more
    Sales topper makes perfect debut
    LAST year’s top priced colt made the perfect start to his career in Swan Hill last night. Racing as Mach Dan, the youngster was purchased as Lot 65 during the 2018 Melbourne Australian Pacing Gold Sale. With prominent owner Danny Zavitsanos parting with $100,000, the son of Mach Three... Read more
    Relative to Great Southern Star winner on the market
    GREMLINS have crawled their way into next month’s APG Australasian Premier Trotting Sale catalogue. Scheduled to be conducted at the Oakland Junction Sales Complex on March 10, the catalogue had 80 Lots listed. Yet as they tell us in the infomercials “but wait there’s more”…! A colt by Angus... Read more
    Trainer’s belated birthday present
    VICTORIAN horseman Steve Cleave received a belated birthday present in Bendigo last night. Having celebrated his arrival into the world the day before, Cleave registered a double as a trainer-driver early on the card. While he has driven two or more winners at a meeting on numerous occasions, it... Read more
    Superstar mare’s daughter to make debut
    ALTHOUGH she has inherited a sizeable portion of her mother’s ability, don’t expect too much from Metaki Majic. That’s the advice from trainer Glenn Douglas ahead of the two-year-old’s debut in the Premier Stake at Tabcorp Park Melton on Saturday night. By multiple premiership winning stallion Art Major, Metaki... Read more
    Stellar results for buyers and sellers
    AS PREDICTED yesterday’s Australian Pacing Gold Sale was a buyers’ and sellers’ paradise. With 225 quality Lots in the catalogue, the Melbourne leg had the right option for every budget, with offerings from all the major stallions and a host of former star race mares and prolific producers. From... Read more
    Star filly’s timely Classic victory
    MAINTAINING her perfect start to the season, Kualoa completed a timely win at Tabcorp Park Melton tonight. Having her second outing for the term, Kualoa captured the Three-Year-Old Classic for premier trainer Emma Stewart. A Group One winner last season, the filly extended her record to eight wins and three... Read more
    Interstate Group One on the agenda
    A TRIP across the Murray River is on the cards for Big Jack Hammer following his victory at Tabcorp Park Melton tonight. Discussing his plans for the son of The Pres after capturing the V L Dullard Cup, trainer David Aiken revealed he will take Big Jack Hammer to... Read more
    Tara chasing share of history
    OUTSTANDING pacer Tiger Tara will chase a share of history during the next few weeks. Fresh from his breathtaking victory in tonight’s A G Hunter Cup at Tabcorp Park Melton, Tiger Tara has been aimed at the famed Miracle Mile. Australasia’s premier sprint is scheduled to be run at... Read more
    Frenning’s bitter-sweet relationship with appeals
    REINSWOMAN Kima Frenning’s bitter-sweet relationship with appeals continued today. For the second time this season Frenning has had her appeal dismissed but been allowed to drive in a Grand Circuit event. Handed a two-week sentence by stewards under Rule R163(1)(a)(iii) at Bendigo on 7 September, Frenning drove on a... Read more
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