Winners, including best-bet selections, have been hard to find at Gloucester Park over the last couple of weeks.
Star reinsman Ryan Warwick continues in grand form as he sets a cracking pace in a powerful bid to head the leading WA drivers’ premiership table this season.
Lightly-raced eight-year-old New Zealand-bred gelding Jimmy Mack will resume racing after a 14-week absence when he starts from barrier four in the Mondo Doro Smallgoods Pace over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Talented young reinsman Dylan Egerton-Green has given punters a valuable lead by choosing to drive Bletchley Park in preference to Taroona Bromac in the $20,000 Rotary Club Fremantle Free-For-All over 2536m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Inexperienced pacer Pamy June resumed a month ago after a 12-month absence and has been most impressive for owner-trainer-driver Jocelyn Young with two wins and two close seconds from four starts and now Young has her sights set on the smart mare making a successful debut at Gloucester Park by winning the Group 3 Harry Capararo Westbred Four And Five-Year-Old Mares Pace on Friday night.
It’s another mixed bag of best bets from members of the WA Trotting Media Guild for Friday night’s 10-event card at Gloucester Park.
Members of the WA Trotting Media Guild have different opinions on their star bets for Friday night’s meeting at Gloucester Park.
Balcatherine, after four back-line draws and one from out wide at No. 7 from her past five outings, should appreciate the No. 1 barrier in the random draw for the 2130m $24,000 Pure Steel Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.