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.
Noted speedster Thereugo is ready to end a losing sequence of ten, according to veteran reinsman Lindsay Harper.
Little New Zealand-bred filly Tiffany Rose is poised to make a successful debut at Gloucester Park when she starts from barrier five in the Better Your Bet With TABtouch Pace over 2130m on Friday night.
After two wins from eight starts in modest company in New Zealand, Our Alfie Romeo has blossomed under the care of leading trainers Greg and Skye Bond into one of Western Australia’s best mares and she has bright prospects of enhancing her record by taking full advantage of the prized No. 1 barrier and winning the $50,000 Norms Daughter Classic over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Call him the “Crazy Burglar”, the “Deranged Intruder” or the “Insane Thief” - whatever tag you put on Mad Robber, you can add another one.
Jaspervellabeach, a star two-year-old last season when his four wins from six starts included the Group 2 Champagne Classic and the Group 1 Golden Slipper, will reappear after a four-month absence when he contests the www.sefssolutions.com.au Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Exciting five-year-old Bill Haley is capable of a bold effort in the 2130m $25,000 Pat Cranley Memorial at Gloucester Park on Friday night despite a steep rise in class, according to the New Zealand-bred gelding’s reinsman Chris Lewis.
High-priced New Zealand import Gran Chico has settled down well since arriving in Perth a fortnight ago and he looks set for a successful Australian debut when he contests the Catalano Truck and Equipment Sales Service Finance Pace over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Rising star Wildwest is spot on to tackle the three rich feature events for four-year-olds, but champion trainer Gary Hall Snr says that it will be far from a stroll in the park for the New Zealand-bred gelding when he starts from barrier six in the $50,000 Catalano Truck and Equipment 4YO Championship over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.