In the lead up to tomorrow night’s bumper harness racing meeting at Gloucester Park, Wes Cameron speaks to;
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On a night with two Group One races, Morgan Woodley is confident Straittothehilton has the gate speed to lead from barrier one in the $100,000 NHP Westbred 2YO Fillies Classic.
“She’s shown in the past that she can come out fast from the outside barriers and this is probably her best draw in a long time so we’ll be hoping to use that early speed and then just assess it as it happens,” Woodley said.
Owner/Breeder Mark Congerton acknowledged the strength of the field but remained bullish of his filly, Massive Attack’s, chances in the race.
“She’ll beat all of them,” he said.
“She’s a very, very good filly. She’s very tough, she’s hard, she can lead, she’s got great gate speed…they won’t beat her on Friday night.”
Maybe Special trained by Frank Bonna faces a stern test amid such strong competition but driver Nathan Turvey remains quietly confident of her prospects.
“She beat some quite nice fillies last start…she’ll probably go the fence from barrier nine but she’s a lot better than people think,” Turvey said.
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