Promising filly My Sweet Deal has caught the eye of a couple of members of the WA Trotting Media Guild at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
In-form Serpentine trainer Matt Scott is bursting with enthusiasm at the winning prospects of Rock Me Over, who has drawn perfectly at barrier one on the front line in the opening event, the 1730m Simmonds Steel Precision Laser Cutting Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Hopeland trainer Giles Inwood is looking forward keenly to a new experience watching the first square-gaiter he has prepared contesting the Etch Coatings Mobile Sandblasting Trot over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Trainer Hayden Reeves has 14 pacers in work at his Coolup stables and he will be a busy man at Gloucester Park on Friday night when he starts eight horses in the eighth event, the $18,000 Etch Coatings Pace over 2130m.
Chris Voak, who is driving in superb form, has given punters a strong lead by choosing to handle Queen Shenandoah in preference to stablemate Just Makemine Diamonds in the Simmonds Steel Fencing And Gates Pace over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Breaking through a seemingly impenetrable barrier to notch a Group 1 success for West Australian-bred pacer Shockwave is haunting the connections of the talented horse, who gets an opportunity to post this elusive victory when he starts from the back line in the $125,000 Simmonds Steel Four-Year-Old Classic at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
There’s a certain sense of symmetry about Ken Casellas’ best bet at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Cracking reinsman Chris Voak gave punters a strong lead when he opted to drive Space Junk in the $30,000 Kersley final over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
New Zealand-bred mare Cut Above has managed just one third placing from her past seven starts, but Serpentine trainer Matt Scott is optimistic that she can bounce back to winning form in the 2536m Choices Flooring Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.