Friday night’s meeting at Gloucester Park has thrown up a variety of star bets from members of the WA Trotting Media Guild.
Shannon Suvaljko continues to be a shining light on the track and he is supremely confident that his golden run will be sustained at Gloucester Park on Friday night when he drives Golden State in the $22,000 Power Tools At DTS WA Derby Prelude.
Boyanup trainer Justin Prentice is delighted at his smart two-year-old Has No Fear drawing the coveted No. 1 barrier in the $25,000 Western Crown for fillies at Gloucester Park on Friday night and declared: “This looks ideal for her. Sher has got good gate speed, so if she can hold the front over the mile (1730m), she will be hard to beat.
It promises to be just a stroll in the park for millionaire superstar Chicago Bull when he contests the $50,000 Direct Trades Supply Four And Five-Year-Old Championship at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Lightly-raced six-year-old Khun Lek has struck form with a vengeance and reinsman Aiden de Campo is hoping she will complete a winning hat-trick and give him a welcome 26th birthday present at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Members of the WA Trotting Media Guild have labelled Chok Chai and Lady De La Renta as star bets on Friday night’s 10-event card at Gloucester Park.
Star reinsman Chris Lewis is happy with the progress being made by Rockin The Boys and predicted the four-year-old mare would be hard to beat in the $18,000 ppcsupplies.com.au Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Hall of Fame trainer Gary Hall Snr was in grave doubt that New Zealand-bred gelding Chok Chai would be able to race again a couple of years ago after the gelding was laid low by a hairline fracture of a sesamoid.
Champion reinsman Gary Hall Jnr was impressed with Rock Me Over’s fast-finishing third to Speed Man and Golden State at Gloucester Park last Friday night and he is confident the smart colt will break through for his first success as a three-year-old when he contests the $25,000 Milford Homes Roofline Series Sales Classic for colts and geldings on Friday night.