Our Chain of Command tunes up for Cup

04:00 PM 10 Dec 2013 NZDT
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Our Chain of Command
Ricky Duggan thumbs up after winning FFA aboard Our Chain of Command
Peter Staples Photo
VETERAN pacer Our Chain of Command continued his domination of the free-for-all class in Tasmania with another emphatic win at Tattersall's Park in Hobart last Sunday night.

Our Chain of Command faced the breeze for the last half of the race but made light of the task to go on and score a comfortable victory over smart mare Laterron with Slick Bromac making up good ground late to grab third ahead of Drifting West.

The Juanita McKenzie-trained eight-year-old gelding was coming off an equally impressive win in the Cannonball Charge on November 24.

Our Chain of Command is being aimed at the $40,000 Tasmania Cup in Hobart on December 22 and given his recent form the gelding will make his presence felt in the Tasmanian Pacing Club's major event of the season.

TPC has arranged a big day with popular Tasmanian band The Wolfe Brothers booked for a two-hour concert at Tattersall's Park from noon as a prelude to the racing that day.

The Wolfe Brothers have returned from an international tour with race reviews and the club expects the concert that is restricted to only 400 patrons, to sell out before the cut-off date of next Wednesday (December 18).

The concert will be held from noon to 2 pm with racing to start at 2.15pm and only those who purchase tickets prior to close of business on December 18 will be allowed to attend the concert.

General admission to the race meeting is $10 for adults and $5 for pensioners with children under-16 admitted free.

Peter Staples

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