When a pacer is related to a couple of world champions, there is a strong chance that he will develop into a smart performer.
Ross Olivieri, winner of the WA trainers’ premiership eight times, celebrated his one hundredth winner for the 2019-20 season when Quick Stride caused an upset by winning the 2130m Cowden The Insurance Brokers Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Giant pacer Convert Denario is a rising seven-year-old who has had only 37 starts because of continuing stomach problems.
Outstanding four-year-old Typhoon Tiff has been a headache for ace trainer-reinsman Colin Brown, but she was on her best behaviour at Gloucester Park on Friday night when she scored a brilliant victory in the Group 3 $30,000 Schrader Pace.
The Schrader F&M Group 3 Pace (2130m) highlights an attractive card of pacing at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Many of champion trainer Gary Hall Senior’s top-line pacers are on the easy list before being prepared for rich summer carnival feature events, and his stable will be contesting only four of the ten events at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Serpentine trainer Matt Scott is full of hope that ideal barriers will help him to celebrate a quinella in the Cowden The Insurance Brokers Pace over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Byford trainer Katja Warwick has Red Hot Lady racing with great enthusiasm, and reinsman Shannon Suvaljko is bullish about the filly’s winning prospects in the opening event, the Perth Plasterboard Centre Pace, at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Queen Shenandoah has been freshened up since her defeat when favourite last Friday week, and trainer Ross Olivieri is confident she has the ability to bounce back and prove hard to beat in the $30,000 Schrader final for mares at Gloucester Park on Friday night.