Day At The Track

GoHarness team set to fire

11:13 AM 27 May 2016 NZST
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Order Online wins on debut for the GoHarness Buy Race & Sell Syndicate
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Jonny Cox salutes aboard Jaccka Justy in the Group 1 Dominion

Tonight’s harness racing meeting at Addington Raceway sees Noel Kennard’s "GoHarness" syndication brand unveil a new Syndicate.

The GoHarness team have been a revelation to the industry and currently have four different syndicates up and running, and pride themselves on the fact that every horse they have taken to the races has been successful on at least one occasion.

That record doesn't look like disappearing anytime soon with their latest syndication horse Franco Saxon set to debut in race 2 at Addington tonight.

Purchased off Spreydon Lodge several weeks ago, the 3yo Live Or Die gelding was a handy recent trial winner at Ashburton for trainer/driver Jonny Cox.

"I have plenty of time for him, he's a lovely relaxed horse and he pleased me with his trial. He arrived in wonderful condition from Steven McRae (Spreydon Lodge) so we've just had to keep him ticking over" said Jonny.

"The draw isn't a great help, especially over 1950m but if the luck goes our way I wouldn't be surprised if he won"

Franco Saxon is owned by the "Staxofun syndicate" and there are still shares available.

Astro Boy also resumes for GoHarness and Cox at Rangiora on Sunday.

"He came to the end of it last time, so we spelled him and he has come back really well. He's had a couple of workouts and trials to get ready for this, he actually missed away at the trials the other day but usually he's a good beginner. From the front line he should get a nice enough trip and be thereabouts" said Cox.

Astro Boy races for the “Double The Fun” Syndicate who also raced Western Art who unfortunately picked up a career ending injury. At his best Western Art was a handy winner of the Nelson Cup at the club’s early January meeting.

Another recently set up was the “Buy, Race and Sell” Syndicate. Involving 50 shares with just the one lump sum payment, which the GoHarness name have become well known for, the Syndicate looks to win a few races with each horse first before hopefully flicking them on for a tidy profit.

All horses for the Buy, Race and Sell syndicate are trained by Ken Barron.

Barron currently has Order Online and Regal Grin in work for the GoHarness team.

Order Online was a handy maiden winner at the start of the month and provided an instant return for Syndicate members after only having purchased the 3yo Washington VC gelding off Clark Barron a few weeks earlier.

Regal Grin finished 2nd at the trials last week and the son of Grinfromeartoear is defiantly one to look out for over the next few weeks.

Andrew Fitzgerald

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