Day At The Track

APG win the ideal celebration

08:00 PM 18 Apr 2017 NZST
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Pacific Queen
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Popular harness racing horsewoman KerryAnn Turner hopes today’s trip to Tabcorp Park Menangle is the first step towards the ideal engagement present.

Celebrating her birthday last week, Turner’s gifts included a ring from her partner Robbie Morris, which resulted in a firm “YES”!

“I was pretty spoiled for my birthday, but the proposal topped it off,” Turner said.

As for the first step towards the ideal engagement present, Turner is set to contest a pair of Australian Pacing Gold heats in a bid to qualify for the rich $322,000 Final at Melton on May 6.

“That certainly would be a great engagement gift,” Turner said. “With a bit of luck we can get through the series and have a chance at the Final.”

Promising filly Pacific Cullen will kick-start Turner’s quest when she takes her position in the first heat.

To be driven by Morris, the daughter of Christian Cullen has drawn to search for the lead from barrier three.

Pacific Cullen has two wins and a third from four starts, while being retired from the race during the other outing as a result of broken gear.

“She is a very nice filly, which has only done what she’s had to so far,” Turner said. “She is such a relaxed type, which just gets the job done.

“She trialled last week, which was a good solid hit out, and she is in top order for her heat.”

Redbank Addi will then take her position in the second qualifier, with Turner stating the daughter of Rock N Roll Hanover needs luck in the run.

The two-year-old has also drawn three, but slots into two due to a scratching.

“She’s been working great, but just hasn’t had a lot of luck in her races,” Turner said. “She was a bit disappointing in the Bathurst Tiara, but has been doing well since.

“If luck goes her way she will be in the finish.”

by APG Media

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