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    Padrisimo breaks a three-year drought
    PINT sized pacer Padrisimo returned to the winner’s stall at Melton for the first time in more than three years when he took out the Carbine Chemicals Pace last Friday night. Having his second start back with original trainer Andy Gath, Padrisimo enjoyed the run of the race behind... Read more
    Stars Align in time for victory
    CLASSY four- year- old Stars Align wasted little time finding the winner’s stall for new trainer Alison Alford when he led all the way at Melton last Friday night. Sent out a prohibitive $1.04 favorite, Stars Align comfortably strolled to the early lead from his favourable front row draw... Read more
    Top trotter’s tough task

    Top trotter’s tough task

    October 12, 2017

    HAVING recovered from his latest round of niggling problems, top trotter Glenferrie Typhoon has another major obstacle to overcome. Engaged at Tabcorp Park Melton on Saturday night, Glenferrie Typhoon faces a tough field in the Bill Collins Mile in what is his first run since last February. An impressive... Read more
    Marshal to lay down the law

    Marshal to lay down the law

    October 4, 2017

    CONNECTIONS of former New Zealand pacer My Field Marshal hope he can continue his rare achievement when he heads to Tabcorp Park Melton on Friday night. Fresh from his win at Menangle a fortnight ago, My Field Marshal is engaged in the Smoken Up Sprint, with his opposition including... Read more
    Star shines

    Star shines

    September 16, 2017

    NEXT month’s Victoria Cup has been set as the first major target for promising pacer Galactic Star. Trainer Craig Cross revealed the trip south of the Murray River is on the cards following Galactic Star’s success at Tabcorp Park Menangle last night. In his first run since last May,... Read more
    Kiwi trainer heading to Oz

    Kiwi trainer heading to Oz

    September 14, 2017

    I’M practically half Aussie anyway… That’s the light-hearted reasoning behind Tim Butt’s decision to move his operation and family to Australia. One of New Zealand’s most successful horsemen – who has won a host of majors on both sides of the Tasman – Butt will begin his transition at... Read more
    Shark favoured to reclaim title

    Shark favoured to reclaim title

    September 13, 2017

    LOCAL idol Lennytheshark is the early favourite in his bid to recapture the Victoria Cup title. Successful in the 2016 edition, Lennytheshark missed last season’s running which was captured by a rampaging Lazarus. With the son of Four Starzzz Shark contesting the Ballarat Cup a week before, trainer David... Read more
    New season, old story

    New season, old story

    September 13, 2017

    A NEW season, a fresh batch of juvenile features and a very familiar result. That’s the scenario heading into tomorrow night’s Tabcorp Park Melton program. With a pair of Empire Stallions Home Grown Classics on the card, leading trainer Emma Stewart is once again poised to dominate. Stewart has... Read more
    No need to worry

    No need to worry

    September 7, 2017

    THE fortunes of favourite backers appeared to go from chocolates to boiled lollies around the home turn in the Yabby Dam Racing Breeders’ Crown Series Silver Trot at Geelong last week. The $2 popular elect Nieta opened up what appeared to be a winning lead around the final bend... Read more
    Stallion staying put

    Stallion staying put

    September 4, 2017

    DESPITE reports in some media circles, well-performed stallion Major In Art is not on the move. Having stood at Goodtime Lodge last season, Major In Art was said to be switching to another establishment for the upcoming breeding term. Goodtime Lodge’s Ian Slater, however, has confirmed Major In Art... Read more
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