Talk about a mixed bag. Members of the WA Trotting Media Guild have come up with a host of different specials for Friday night’s meeting at Gloucester Park.
The big question is: Can Campora break through for an overdue win in the Crystalpack Stakes? And the simple answer is: Yes, he certainly can end a losing sequence of 16.
Outstanding young reinsman Dylan Egerton-Green will be aiming to maintain his perfect record behind Wesley when he drives the speedy five-year-old in the 1730m Worldwide East Perth Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Talented but lightly-raced pacer Chok Chai will resume after an absence of almost seven months when he contests the Crystal Printing Pacing Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night and he should have too much class for his eight rivals.
Star reinsman Chris Voak, riding on the crest of a wave with a treble at Gloucester Park last Friday night and a double at Northam on Tuesday evening, was ecstatic with Vultan Tin’s impressive victory in the Ray Duffy Memorial last Friday night and is full of hope that the seven-year-old will repeat the dose by winning the Group 2 $50,000 Worldwide Printing City of Perth Cup at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Bettor Aim and Saying Grace - both from the leading yard of Greg and Skye Bond - have been earmarked as specials on Friday night at Gloucester Park by members of the WA Trotting Media Guild.
New Zealand-bred pacers Hasani and Caviar Star were two of the most impressive winners last Friday night and their clash in the $30,000 Cowden The Insurance Brokers Im Themightyquinn Pace should provide one of the highlights on Friday night’s ten-event program at Gloucester Park.
All-conquering trainers Greg and Skye Bond are full of hope that history will repeat itself when they send Saying Grace, Our Jimmy Johnstone and Our Max Phactor out to do battle in the $25,000 Glenroy Chaff Ray Duffy Memorial over 2536m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.