Smart New Zealand-bred mare Maczaffair currently boasts the longest losing sequence of her outstanding career and she will need to lift her rating if she is to end this run of ten consecutive defeats by proving the master of her six rivals in the On Track With Enda Brady Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Five-year-old Handsandwheels, the 2016 WA Derby winner, is a consistent open-class performer and reinsman Aiden de Campo is confident the Mach Three stallion will prove hard to beat in the Bridge Bar Pace over 1730m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Talented reinsman Mark Reed indicated that Sweet Maddison’s ability to beat colts and geldings three starts ago was a strong pointer to her winning prospects in the Join The Club Pace, a 2130m event for two-year-old fillies at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Classic feature events in the coming summer are the targets for exciting New Zealand-bred gelding Wildwest, who is poised to make a successful debut at Gloucester Park on Friday night when he contests the Better Your Bet With TABtouch Pace.
The return of WA Derby winner Major Trojan will be one of the highlights of Friday night’s 10-event card at Gloucester Park.
Three of the eight two-year-olds in the Glenroy Chaff Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night are trained at Henley Brook by Mike Reed and his son Mark has given punters a vital lead by choosing to drive Valentines Brook.
Major Trojan is an up-and-coming star and he will resume racing after an absence of almost four months when he contests the $30,000 Chandon Pace over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Outstanding young horseman Michael Grantham has high hopes of completing a remarkable rags to riches story by driving the once despised no-hoper Maras Ace Man to victory in the Group 3 $30,000 John Higgins Memorial at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
The Greg and Skye Bond-trained Saying Grace is a popular best bet among members of the WA Trotting Media Guild at Gloucester Park on Friday night.