Extradite Stuns at Long Odds

Outstanding young reinsman Corey Peterson is building up a wonderful record with six-year-old New Zealand-bred pacer Extradite. Despite a splendid all-the-way victory over 2536m two starts earlier and a very good third behind Thats Perfect at his previous outing, Extradite was the rank outsider at $116.20, with the polemarker Bettor Be Oscar dominating the betting…

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Angry Thats Perfect to Have a Spell

Speedy six-year-old Thats Perfect was in grumpy mood when he lined up as the $1.30 favourite for the 2130m Retravision.com.au Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. He had to be driven hard by Chris Voak to shrug off a strong early challenge from Patrickthepiranha and then overraced in front before dashing over the final…

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Eight in a Row for Papinik

Up-and-coming star Papinik made a triumphant return to racing after a nine-month absence when Chris Voak drove him to a superb all-the-way victory in the 2130m Retravision, For All The Electrical Stuff You Love Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. The WA-bred five-year-old, favourite at $1.20, gave his rivals no chance by setting a…

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Fifty Five Reborn is Too Tough

Four-year-old mare Fifty Five Reborn proved too fast and far too tough for her older and more experienced rivals when she led all the way and scored a strong victory in the 2536m Retravision, Lowest Price Guarantee Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. “She’s just very honest and nothing fazes her,” said trainer-reinsman Colin…

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Diego Turns the Tables

Speedy New Zealand-bred pacer Diego, beaten into third place by Our Rhythm N Blues and Carrera Mach a fortnight previously, turned the tables when he finished strongly to win the 2130m Retravision, Your Fujitsu Air Conditioning Specialist Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Diego raced without cover for his third placing and Gary Hall…

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Kiwi Bloke Excels in Stands

New Zealand-bred seven-year-old Kiwi Bloke strengthened his reputation as a standing-start specialist when he romped to victory in the 2503m Retravision, We Love Our Customers Handicap at Gloucester Park on Friday night. The Ross Olivieri-trained Kiwi Bloke, favourite at $4.90, began smoothly off the 10m mark and Chris Lewis sent him forward to take the…

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