“It’s all systems go,” declared champion reinsman Gary Hall Jnr as he said that superstar Chicago Bull, Australasia’s best pacer, was spot on to contest rich feature events over the next three months.
Gary Hall Jnr, WA’s leading metropolitan driver for 9 of the past 12 seasons is showing no signs of stopping as the brand-new season rolls on.
The $25,000 WA Trotting Media Guild Cup (2536m) headlines a strong card at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Members of the WA Trotting Media Guild will be on course to celebrate their big night and hopefully steer punters into some winners.
Former New Zealand Junior Driver Michael Blakemore, now a stable hand for the powerhouse Greg & Skye Bond Stable has excellent prospects in the winning opening event at Gloucester Park on Friday Night for them.
Champion trainer Gary Hall Snr has just purchased promising New Zealand three-year-old Major Trojan on behalf of stable clients and will set the son of Art Major for the rich WA Derby next May.
Talk about a mixed bag. Members of the WA Trotting Media Guild have come up with seven different best bets for the last night of the 2017/18 season at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Veteran square gaiter Glenferrie Typhoon is firmly on track to contest the Inter Dominion trotters championship in Melbourne in December and trainer Matt Scott is confident the nine-year-old will notch his sixth win in a row by proving too fast for his nine rivals in the 2130m Robbie Dewar Trotters mobile at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Evergreen gelding Shardons Rocket will contest his final race when he starts from the outside of the front line in the 2130m Gloucester Park, Entertainment With Horsepower Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Retired schoolteacher Tim Blee has no regrets about his decision to purchase Smackwater Jack three weeks ago and the six-year-old New Zealand-bred gelding looks a strong chance in the $18,000 Bill Brindley Pace over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.