Our Corelli is the youngest and least experienced runner in the $25,000 August Cup over 2536m at Gloucester Park on Friday night, but champion reinsman Chris Lewis is bubbling with confidence about the four-year-old’s winning prospects.
It is with great sadness that we advise the passing of former President of the WATA and esteemed Life Member, Jim Snooks.
Members of the WA Trotting Media Guild have marked classy four-year-old Ocean Ridge and likely leader Liam Neil as star bets at Gloucester Park tomorrow night.
Talented young reinsman Bailey McDonough has given punters a good lead by choosing to drive Salacious Gossip ahead of Talkerup and Ctheballerina in the 2130m #Gottatalentau Now On Channel 7 Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Veteran Herne Hill trainer Kevin Keys declares that former Victorian pacer Dominate The Dojo is one of the fastest beginners in Western Australia and he says that the six-year-old has bright prospects of returning to the winning list after three seconds and two thirds at his past five starts.
Cracking reinsman Chris Voak, who has landed 112 winners this season, has been impressed by Beltane’s past two performances and declares the four-year-old is his brightest winning prospect at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Ocean Ridge is one of the State’s most promising pacers and he should continue another successful week for the all-conquering Greg and Skye Bond stable and ace reinsman Ryan Warwick by winning the $50,000 Channel 7 San Simeon Pace over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Champion trainer Gary Hall Snr is poised to equal Ross Olivieri’s record of four winners of the Marathon Handicap by scoring with the inexperienced New Zealand-bred gelding Eloquent Mach in the 3309m standing-start feature event at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
The consistent Chiaroscuro, fast-class star Simba Bromac and exciting former New Zealander Wildwest have all been earmarked as best bets by members of the WA Trotting Media Guild for tomorrow night’s meeting at Gloucester Park.