It’s quite possible the best race on Friday night’s meeting is the last one.
Chicago Bull’s absence has opened the door for the next wave of open class pacers to score a Free-For-All victory in this Friday night’s Rotary Club Of Fremantle Pace (1730m).
Not much has ever separated Bechers Brook and Golden State.
The pair started racing within three months of each other.
Members of the WA Trotting Media Guild - like most punters - are still reeling from last week’s shock loss of long odds-on favourite Chicago Bull.
Talented filly Double Expresso faces her toughest test to date when she lines up in Friday night's Group 1 Diamond Classic (2130m).
Last week, much of the commentary around the Free-For-All was around the Gary Hall Snr-trained duo of King Of Swing and Chicago Bull and whether the challenger could topple the champ.
Some Copper Beach may not have had the strongest form heading into last week's heats of the Diamond Classic (2130m).
Friday night's Studco Building Systems Fillies and Mares Free-For-All Pace (2130m) looks set to be a fascinating battle between the old and the new, with some of the state's best mares to clash.