Reed lauds Five Bangles

Ken Casellas | Photo: Hamilton Content Creators Astute trainer Mike Reed was delighted with the stylish first-up victory of Five Bangles at Gloucester Park on Tuesday of last week and is confident the filly will continue her winning ways when she contests the Westral Meshlock Security Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. “She hadn’t…

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Majestic Courtney out to make amends

Ken Casellas | Photo: Ashlea Brennan Photography Former Victorian trotter Majestic Courtney was poised to make a successful West Australian debut four Fridays ago before he hit the off-side wheel of No Republic’s sulky 420m from home and broke into a gallop and dropped back to finish last. He is one of Wundowie trainer Bruce…

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WA MEDIA GUILD FRIDAY’S THOUGHTS 26 NOVEMBER

The $125,000 Westral Mares Classic (2536m) is the highlight on a great night of pacing at Gloucester Park on Friday night. The Group 1 feature race has brought together a top-class field of mares to do battle, but members of the WA Trotting Media Guild have looked elsewhere to find their best bets on the…

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Star’s brother makes winning WA debut

Ken Casellas | Photo: Tabcorp Menangle Early this year hobby trainer Graeme Collins decided to quit the sport of harness racing. But a spur of the moment decision in May has rekindled his interest in the sport. The 60-year-old Collins, his wife Pauline and their son Ben are now the proud owners of four-year-old Art…

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Lewis favours Mirragon

Ken Casellas | Photo: Hamilton Content Creators “Mirragon likes to lead, and he should give a good sight,” said champion reinsman Chris Lewis when assessing the prospects of the four-year-old in the 2536m Westral Meshlock Security Doors And Screens Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. The former Victorian pacer has drawn ideally at barrier…

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Savvy Bromac set to lead

Ken Casellas | Photo: Hamilton Content Creators New Zealand-bred four-year-old Savvy Bromac is a brilliant sit-sprinter, but outstanding young driver Emily Suvaljko is planning to take full advantage of her natural gate speed from the prized No. 1 barrier and attempt an all-the-way victory in the $125,000 Westral Mares Classic over 2536m at Gloucester Park…

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