Hopeland trainer Debra Lewis is riding on the crest of a wave and she has excellent prospects of continuing her golden run by winning the final event, the Cowden The Insurance Brokers Pace, at Gloucester Park on Friday night with Our Corelli, the latest addition to her stable.
It’s been more than eight months since Tommy Be Good’s most recent victory and the seven-year-old has been sent out as a rank outsider at $91 at each of his past two starts.
The sky’s the limit for inexperienced four-year-old Ideal Liner, according to champion reinsman Gary Hall Jnr who considers the New Zealand-bred gelding is destined for the top.
Aiden de Campo is driving in superb form and he hopes to notch his 100th winner of the season by guiding Some Copper Beach to victory in the $30,000 Gold Bracelet over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Outstanding youngster Double Expresso is expected to lead and win Friday night’s Group 1 $100,000 2YO Fillies Westbred Classic (2130m) at Gloucester Park, according to the majority of members of the WA Trotting Media Guild.
He's already taken out the Sales Classic and the Pearl Classic for the two-year-old colts and geldings this season and trainer Justin Prentice is perfectly poised to add another juvenile feature to that this Friday night.
For much of her two-year-old season of racing, Blockjorg has regularly filled the bridesmaid position. In fact, the Colin Reeves-trained filly has finished second at her past three starts behind smart fillies Weewah, Askmeilltellya and Fifty Five Reborn.
Golden State will have his fast class credentials tested in this Friday night's Announcing Rock N Roll World New Sire To Allwood Stud Farm Pace (2130m) at Gloucester Park, where he has drawn barrier one.
In a first for the WA Trotting Media Guild, each member has come up with a different best bet for Friday night’s mammoth 12-event card at Gloucester Park.