Classy mare Maczaffair, veteran fast-class performer Vultan Tin and promising four-year-old Golden State have all been labelled good things at Gloucester Park tomorrow night by members of the WA Trotting Media Guild.
Vultan Tin, firmly on track to contest the rich summer carnival cups this month, will be the odd horse out when he starts from the prized No. 1 barrier in the $25,000 Direct Trades Supply Free-For-All over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Outstanding trainer Ross Olivieri is bubbling with confidence that veteran square gaiter Sunoflindenny will give him his first Group 1 success for seven and a half years by overcoming a 20m handicap and proving the master of his 11 rivals in the $50,000 WA Trotters Cup at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Oakford trainer Caris Hamilton-Smith seems to have unearthed a promising horse in former Kiwi pacer Rockaball.
New Year’s Eve revellers heading to tonight’s Gloucester Park meeting could boost their bank balance by supporting the Gary Hall-trained trotter Rocknroll Baby in the last race of the year.
The sixth race on tonight’s eight event card - The Retravision Online Pace (2130m) - is shaping as the highlight of the night at Gloucester Park.
Jingle Jolt appears well placed to return to the winners' list in the second event at Gloucester Park on New Year's Eve.
Saying Grace and Stefsbest will both be in the red for their respective races at Gloucester Park tomorrow night with several members of the WA Trotting Media Guild making them star bets.