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20 February 2020
WA Trotting Media Guild Friday's Thoughts 21st February

Punters can get off to a flyer at Gloucester Park on Friday night if they jump onboard favourite and polemarker My Carbon Copy.

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20 February 2020
Follow the Voak Train

With six winners already this week, Chris Voak makes strong appeal as the driver to follow at Gloucester Park on Friday night when he will be in action in the first nine events on the ten-race program. 

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20 February 2020
Handsandwheels Set For a Repeat Win

Twelve months ago, 20/1 chance Handsandwheels finished fast to score a narrow victory in the RWWA Cup and at Gloucester Park on Friday night the brilliant five-year-old is poised to be seen in a different role and should notch his second win in the $50,000 Group 2 feature event.

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20 February 2020
Trial Points to Franco Ecuador

A dashing performance by Franco Ecuador in a 2150m trial at Byford last Sunday week was a strong indication that the big, powerful colt is close to his peak and has excellent prospects of remaining unbeaten by winning the $40,000 Caduceus Club Classic at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

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13 February 2020
WA Trotting Media Guild Friday's Thoughts 14th February

The Ross Olivieri-trained The Last Drop is being hailed as a star bet at Friday night’s meeting at Gloucester Park.

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13 February 2020
Hoiho's Rare City Visit

Bunbury trainer-reinsman Kaiden Hayter has seven-year-old Hoiho racing keenly on South-West tracks and will be looking for a strong showing from the gelding when he makes a rare city appearance at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

 

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13 February 2020
Bill Haley Drops in Class

Eye-catching sparkling late finishing bursts in strong Group 2 feature events on the past two Friday nights have stamped Bill Haley as a star bet at Gloucester Park this week when he will appreciate a drop in class when he contests the $25,000 Retravision Pace over 2130m.

 

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13 February 2020
Always An Honour is a Stand Specialist

Outstanding Boyanup trainer Justin Prentice has been happy with Always An Honour’s unplaced runs in mobiles at his past three outings and is delighted that the comparatively inexperienced four-year-old will be returning to his favoured standing-start event when he begins from the inside of the front line in the 2096m Direct Trades Supply Handicap at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

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13 February 2020
Dancing With Mach is on Song

Five-year-old Dancing With Mach has inherited some of the ability of her dam Party Date and she has bright prospects of leading her rivals on a merry dance and winning the $30,000 Lewis Pace over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

 

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