Antero and Miracle Moose are two pacers who have caught the eye of several members of the WA Trotting Media Guild for Friday night's meeting at Gloucester Park.
Evergreen pacer Our Jimmy Johnstone will take his stake-earnings past the $800,000 mark at Gloucester Park on Friday night wherever he finishes in the field of nine in the 2536m Simmonds Steel Decorative Screens Pace.
Breeder-owner-trainer Debra Lewis has her talented filly Rumour Has It firmly on target for the Group 2 Daintys Daughter Classic and the Group 1 WA Oaks.
Prominent owner Rob Tomlinson has enjoyed considerable success over the past 20 years with many star performers, including Precious Dylan, Pacific Warrior and Shardons Aflyin, and now he has no hesitation in declaring the inexperienced but highly talented Magnificent Storm is the best pacer he has owned.
New Zealand-bred five-year-old Diego found life pretty tough when he was unplaced behind open-class pacers Bletchley Park and Vultan Tin in the Group 2 Village Kid Sprint on January 8, and he relished a considerable drop in class when he scored an easy victory in the 2130m Get The Latest News At Thewest.com.au Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Boyanup trainer-reinsman Cody Wallrodt is enjoying his association with Babyface Adda, with the WA-bred five-year-old maintaining his excellent form by leading all the way and scoring an easy victory in the 2536m TheWest.com.au Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
New Zealand-bred mare Sweet Maddison relishes setting the pace in her races and she gave her rivals little hope of beating her when she led and beat Mileys Desire by a length in the 2536m Subscribe To The West Online Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Fifty Five Reborn, described by her trainer-reinsman Colin Brown as “a very honest little mare” notched her ninth win from 28 starts and took her earnings to $105,920 when she set the pace and won from Black Jack Zac and Shadow Roll in the 2536m WA News First In The West Australian Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Eight years ago, Wonnerup trainer Terry Ferguson and Ron Groves, a retired professor in psychiatry, outlaid $13,000 at the Melbourne autumn sale to acquire Storm Cat, a filly by American stallion Mister Big, with high hopes that she had the strong pedigree to become a successful pacing broodmare.