WA Trotting Media Guild Friday’s Thoughts 18th June

It’s a mixed bag of best bets from the members of the WA Trotting Media Guild for Friday night’s action-packed meeting at Gloucester Park. TABradio’s Matt Young believes the unfortunate scratching of pre-post favourite Lavra Joe has opened the door for Otis in the $100,000 Group 1 3YO Westbred Colts & Geldings Classic (2130m). “Otis…

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Al Guerrero Loves to Lead

Four-year-old Al Guerrero has finished eleventh, ninth and seventh at his three outings since resuming after a three-month absence, and he has managed just one placing from his past eight starts, but reinsman Kyle Harper is confident he is ready to return to the winning list. The speedy son of Alta Christiano has drawn perfectly…

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Shockwave Ready to Turn the Tables

Up-and-coming star Shockwave has been placed behind superstar pacer Chicago Bull at his past five starts and Baskerville trainer Ryan Bell is firm in his belief that Shockwave, at his first appearance for seven months, is fit and ready to turn the tables when the equine gladiators clash in the $25,000 Winter Cup at Gloucester…

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Otis Gets His Chance

Four wins and five seconds from his eleven starts as a three-year-old is an accurate indication of the ability of Sweet Lou colt Otis, who looms as a major contender in the $100,000 Westbred Classic for colts and geldings at Gloucester Park on Friday night. His winning prospects increased with the untimely injury to the…

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New Tactics for Black Jack Baby

Brilliant young pacer Black Jack Baby, a stylish all-the-way winner of the Westsired listed classic last week, will be seen in a different role in the $100,000 Westbred Fillies Classic for three-year-olds at Gloucester Park on Friday night. She will be driven with a sit after drawing barrier No. 11, two out on the back…

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To Fast To Serious Enhances His Reputation

Talented and lightly-raced five-year-old To Fast To Serious further enhanced his reputation as one of the State’s rising stars when he scored a decisive victory over champion three-year-old Lavra Joe in the 2130m Direct Trades Supply Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. The Ray Williams-trained gelding was second favourite at $3.50, with Lavra Joe…

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Smooth Rye Bred to Shine

Talented reinsman Corey Peterson is rapidly developing into one of the State’s best young trainers, and he maintained his recent run of successes when he prepared and drove Smooth Rye to an impressive victory in the 2130m Specialised Equipment Funding Solutions Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Smooth Rye’s dashing victory as an $8…

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Arma Einstein Back to His Best

Arma Einstein bounced back to his best form and ended a losing sequence of ten when he unwound a powerful burst to score a runaway victory in the $25,000 Westsired Pace for three-year-old colts and geldings over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. “His numerical form wasn’t super impressive, so I am pleased he…

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Black Jack Baby Warms Up for Classic

Brilliant pacer Black Jack Baby warmed up for next Friday night’s $100,000 Westbred Classic for three-year-old fillies in grand style with an effortless victory in the $25,000 Westsired Pace for three-year-old fillies at Gloucester Park on Friday night. “It was a perfect lead-up for next Friday,” said star reinsman Chris Voak. “She should be cherry…

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Louie The Horse on the Way Up

Promising four-year-old Louie The Horse made the switch from standing-start racing to a mobile event without any problems when he coasted to a comfortable victory in the 1730m Better Your Bet With TABtouch Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. “He is progressing and is getting a bit more belief in himself,” said star reinsman…

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Princess Mila Sparkles

Former Victorian mare Princess Mila relishes racing in Western Australia, and she took her record in the State to nine wins, three seconds and two thirds from 19 starts when she outclassed her ten rivals in the 2536m Vili’s Pies Trot at Gloucester Park on Friday night. A winner at seven of her 33 Victorian…

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Rakasinc Just Too Strong

Six-year-old Rakasinc enjoyed a drop in class when he gave yet another exhibition of his toughness to score a splendid victory in the 2536m Go One Better With Westral Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. “He just likes to run and he’s got a good engine,” declared trainer Nathan Turvey after Emily Suvaljko guided…

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