The prolific winning Mista Shark, classy mare Bettor B Chevron and the speedy Tisadream are just three of the star bets found by members of the WA Trotting Media Guild for Friday night’s meeting at Gloucester Park.
Highly promising four-year-old Im Rockaria looks set to make a successful return to racing after impressive victories in recent trials at Pinjarra.
“He’s working in terrific style at home and should be ready to rumble on Friday night and so it’s onwards and upwards,” declared trainer-reinsman Kyle Harper when assessing the prospects of veteran pacer Bettors Fire in the Alltools Online Store Pace at Gloucester Park.
New Zealand-bred five-year-old Ohoka Darcy is overdue for a change of luck and has sound prospects of ending a losing sequence of 16 by winning the Milwaukee 18V Fuel Heavy Duty Pace over 2536m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Banjup trainer Annie Belton is a good judge of horseflesh and she has no regrets about outlaying $26,000 to purchase Lady De La Renta at the 2016 Perth yearling sale.
Members of the WA Trotting Media Guild have labelled Luis Alberto, Gotta Go Gabbana, Simba Bromac and Art Keeper as good things at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
At nine years of age Bronze Seeker retains his healthy appetite and strong competitive nature for racing and at Gloucester Park on Friday night he will chalk up his 200th start in a career which has netted $393,472 in prize money from 25 wins and 38 placings.
Veteran pacer Our Jimmy Johnstone fared poorly in the random draw and faces a stern test from out wide at barrier seven in the $25,000 Landmark Midvale Pace over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.