Consistent harness racing pacer Clamorous will head to the spelling paddock this week on the back of his sixth win for the season.
Clamorous produced the goods to outgun his rivals over 2200 metres in the Tenirama Pace at The Tote Racing Centre in Launceston last Sunday night.
The four-year-old gelding was having his 17th start for the season with this latest win is third from his past four starts.
Clamorous enjoyed the run of the race in the one-out line and when Hodges called n him for the big effort turning for home he rounded up the leaders and went on to score comfortably from Melolyn and Divas Delight.
The gelding's trainer-driverdescribed the gelded son of as "one of the most consistent horses in his stable".
"This horse has done a wonderful job for his owners this time in but he deserves a spell so he'll be off to the paddock after this win," Hodges said.
"He's missed a cheque once in 17 starts this time in and that speaks volumes for the horse's ability."
"I believe he still has improvement in him and hopefully that will eventuate next prep," he said.
The gelding has impressive career stats of 20 starts for eight wins and nine minor lacings for almost $47,000 in stakes.
Clamorous is owned and raced by the Arthur Wilson Memorial syndicate that have hadin the past decade with Insobriety one of their best that started 67 times for 18 wins and 22 minor placings and finished his racing career in Queensland.