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    AUSTRALIAN Pacing Gold graduate The Storm Inside will continue his rise to the top when he heads to Ballarat on Boxing Night. A last... Storm to cause havoc on Boxing Night
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    AUSTRALIAN Pacing Gold graduate The Storm Inside will continue his rise to the top when he heads to Ballarat on Boxing Night.

    A last start-winner at Tabcorp Park Melton, The Storm Inside is set to tackle the Lightning Sprint for premier trainer Emma Stewart.

    Pleased with the injury-prone pacer’s form, Stewart has no doubt The Storm Inside can add the feature to his every-growing tally.

    The Storm Inside has won four of five starts this campaign having missed his five-year-old season due to injury.

    The stallion’s record sits on 15 wins and two seconds from 17 outings for a bankroll of $298,325.

    “I couldn’t be happier with him,” Stewart said. “With everything he has been through he just keeps coming back and picking up where he left off.

    “He’s gotten better with each start this time in and has trained on brilliantly since his run at Melton nearly two weeks ago.”

    Drawn to find the lead from barrier four, the son of Rocknroll Hanover is a $1.50 favourite.

    Repeat After Me is considered the biggest threat in betting markets at $3.80.

    Prepared by Chris Svanosio, Repeat After Me will begin from gate three.

    “He’ll definitely be going forward from the draw,” Stewart said. “He’s shown he can run quick times and around Ballarat on a nice warm night with good conditions he will run along at a solid clip.”

    Should The Storm Inside continue to improve as Stewart predicts he will be aimed at key features such as the Ballarat Cup on January 18.

    “There are plenty of good options for him over the next few months,” Stewart said. “For now we will just concentrate on his next run and see how he comes through it.

    “Although there are some races in mind, it will remain one run at a time with him.”

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