Several members of the WA Trotting Media Guild have labelled promising mare Our Alfie Romeo as their star bet for Friday night’s meeting at Gloucester Park.
Veteran pacer A Boy Named Rosie caught the eye with an impressive return to racing at Bunbury last Saturday night and the eight-year-old looks a sound prospect at good odds in the 1730m Choices Flooring Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Champion reinsman Gary Hall Jnr has formed a devastating combination with Boyanup trainer Justin Prentice and he is optimistic that the purple patch will continue when he drives Sweet N Fast in the opening event, the Westside Auto Wholesale Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Six-year-old Gangbuster has been at the liberal odds of 20/1, 100/1 and 33/1 at his first three outings for Mundijong trainer Kristian Hawkins, who declares the gelding a strong winning prospect in the 2130m The West Australian Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
If breeding counts for anything, promising five-year-old pacer Atmospherical will develop into a consistent winner and reinsman Chris Voak is bullish about the gelding’s prospects in the Direct Trades Supply Handicap at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
James Butt, Bettor Aim and Typhoon Tiff are star bets at tomorrow night’s Gloucester Park meeting, according to members of the WA Trotting Media Guild.
In-form reinsman Chris Voak has given punters a valuable tip by electing to drive Warriors Code in preference to the in-form Ross Olivieri-trained pair of Atmospherical and Ardens Concord in the Bowen Bizlink Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Boyanup trainer-reinsman Justin Prentice has been busy at the yearling sales in Auckland and Christchurch this week and has engaged champion reinsman Gary Hall Jnr to drive four-year-old mare Our Major Mama in the $30,000 final of the Lewis Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
For many years Always Arjay was considered an honest standing-start performer, with 11 of his 15 wins from 71 starts in Western Australia coming in stands but now star reinsman Shannon Suvaljko declares that the seven-year-old deserves his place in open-class mobile feature events.