Tasmanian filly draws pole in Tiara final

03:30 PM 25 Mar 2014 NZDT
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James Rattray
James Rattray
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AS soon as Tasmanian two-year-old harness racing filly Karalta Impulse won the Keith Stanley Debutante on debut in Launceston in January connections started making plans to send her to Sydney.

Karalta Impulse is owned by Wayne and Gaye Rattray who took no time in deciding to send the filly to their grandson James Rattray who has established stables near Menangle in NSW.

James Rattray has emerged as a star in the training ranks in Australia courtesy of his stable star Beautide winning the Miracle Mile and Inter Dominion.

At the filly's first start in NSW she finished second to Gotta Glow in a 2YO fillies' race over 1609 metres at Menangle before finishing down the track at Penrith.

But at her most recent outing she scored an impressive win in a Gold Tiara heat over 1720 metres at Bathurst last Thursday night.

Karalta Impulse (Million Dollar Cam-Royal Athlete) has drawn ideally in barrier one for the final on Saturday night.

Peter Staples

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