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Forbury harness racing fixed odds movers as at 2:30pm Race 1 - Kansas City Jim $5.20 leads win betting.   Race 2 - King Cassidy $3.20 leads win & multi betting.   Race 3 - Bushido $1.30 is the only runner wanted in multi betting.   Race 4 - Hurricane Banner $6.00 easily leads win & multi betting.   Race 5 - Lundqvist $3.60 & Pres The Belle $3.80 equally lead multi betting.   Race 6 - Xmas Joyella $3.20 leads win & multi betting.   Race 7 - The big win mover at the meeting is Sagwitch $18.00 - $8.50 with Simply Dreaming $3.00 easily leading multi betting.   Race 8 - The debut runner Woodlea Ragnar $1.85 - $1.75 is the only runner wanted in win & multi betting.     Harnesslink Media Courtesy of Stephen Richardson (TAB)

Forbury harness racing fixed odds movers as at 12:30pm Race 1 - Girlz N Boyz $2.40 - $2.30 easily leads win & multi betting.   Race 2 - Idealistic Lass $5.80 - $4.60 is the big win mover in this race with Sky City King $4.80 just leading multi betting over the former runner. Rainy River $10.50 - $7.50 has also attracted some early win money with the largest bet $500 at $9.00 .     Race 3 - Myboyloliepop $1.95 is the only runner wanted in multi betting.   Race 4 - Say Your Pres $.20 - $4.00 leads win & multi betting over Whatasista $4.00.   Race 5 - Grace O'Malley $4.20 leads multi betting over Jaccka Josh $8.20.   Race 6 - Raphoe $9.50 leads early win betting.   Race 7 - Essence Of Easton $3.30 leads multi betting.   Race 8 - Millwood Daisy $2.00 leads win & multi betting over Balius $8.00.     Harnesslink Media Courtesy of Stephen Richardson (TAB)

Forbury harness racing fixed odds movers as at 12:20pm   Race 1 - Our Gracie $6.50 - $4.60 is best backed in win and multi betting.   Race 2 - Life Lavros $1.70 - $1.60 is the only runner wanted here in win and multi betting.   Race 3 - Easton Karere $6.20 leads win betting over Nakayla Franco $2.60 who easily leads multi betting.   Race 4 - Belmont Jet $6.20 - $5.50 is easily the best backed runner on the win 'book' with the largest bet $750 at $6.20.   Race 5 - Say Your Pres $4.50 leads multi betting over Stellar Success $5.50.   Race 6 - Silver Dale $5.00 - $4.60 leads win betting over Sky City King $4.20 who leads multi betting over the former runner.    Race 7 - Millwood Daisy $1.90 - $1.80 easily leads win & multi betting.   Matthew Williamson $3.00 leads the He's Watching Drivers Challenge (Option 808)     Harnesslink Media Courtesy of Stephen Richardson (TAB)

Forbury harness racing fixed odds movers as at 11:40am Race 1 - Crusher Collins leads multi betting in this race over Such Fun. Crusher Collins is best backed on the win 'book'.   Race 2 - The best backed in this race is Liberal Arden but Shelby Bromac is leading multi betting.   Race 3 - Rocknpop $11.00 leads early FF win betting with the $3.40 favourite Belmont's Greatest leading multi betting.   Race 4 - Stunin Type $2.90 easily leads multi betting over Mockingjay $5.80. Mocking Jay is best backed from $7.80 to $5.80   Race 5 - Best backed on the win 'book' is Trouble Giero $11.00 to $9.50. The only two wanted in early multi betting are Dark Horse & Sundons Wish.   Race 6 - Debnita Rose $3.50 - $2.80 leads win betting over Leah Mac $6.80 with Debnita Rose $2.80 easily leading multi betting.   Race 7 - Eamon Maguire is the best backed runner on the card early $2.05 in to $1.95 and is racing away in Mulits   Race 8 - Seniorita Margarita $4.20 to $4.00 leads win & multi betting in a quiet market.   Race 9 - Wobbegong $8.00 is best backed in FF win, from Bevan's Cullen and those are the best backed runners in multi betting.     Harnesslink Media Courtesy of Stephen Richardson (TAB)

Addington harness racing fixed odds movers as at 2:30pm Race 1 - Sheriff $1.45 - $1.28 is the only runner wanted here with the largest bets $4,444 at $1.45, $5,128 at $1.39 & $6,060 at $1.33. Spondulicks has taken a $600 bet at $5.20.    Race 2 - Delight In Me $1.60 - $1.40 the full sister to Dream About Me & a half sister to Christen Me is the only runner wanted here. The largest bet on Delight In Me $3,333 at $1.60.   Race 3 - Noble Lavros $6.80 - $6.20 leads win betting over Monarco $17.00 with the former runner leading multi betting over Southern Alps $4.50.    Race 4 - The Kaik $2.50 - $2.00 is easily the best backed runner with the largest bets $1,333 at $2.50, $1,538 at $2.30 & $1,666 at $2.20.   Race 5 - Don Domingo $2.50 - $2.00 is the only runner wanted here with the largest bets $1,000 & $1,333 at $2.50, $1,538 at $2.30 & $2,000 at $2.00.    Race 6 - Times Stride $3.30 - $2.40 is best backed on the win 'book' with Mach Up $3.00 leading multi betting over the former runner.   Race 7 - A very quiet win 'book' early with Musculus $3.90 leading multi betting over Miracle Rising $4.50 & Idle Moose $4.50.   Race 8 - Chase Auckland $2.00 - $1.90 dominates early win betting but Spankem $3.90 - $3.70 is starting to attract some support also. Largest bets $4,000 & $2,000 at $2.00 Chase Auckland with two $500 bets taken on Spankem at $3.90.   Race 9 - Bettor Trix $1.40 is the most backed runner number wise in multi betting on the card early.   Race 10 - Pembrook's Passion $7.80 - $5.50 is best backed on the win 'book' over Belle Of Brooklyn $16.00 - $12.00 with Editorial $2.60 leading multi betting.   Race 11 - The Tin Soldier $10.50 - $9.00 leads win & multi betting over The Director $9.00 - $8.00. The Tin Soldier has taken a $800 place bet at $3.20 & is now $2.50.   Best backed runners in order at 3:30pm in multi betting: R9 - Bettor Trix $1.40 R1 - Sheriff $1.28     R2 - Delight In Me $1.40  R8 - Chase Auckland $1.90  R5 - Don Domingo $2.00 R6 - Mach Up $3.00  R4 - The Kaik $2.00      Harnesslink Media Courtesy of Stephen Richardson (TAB)

There is some great harness racing action this week, with the highlights being the Ashburton Flying Stakes and Ashburton Trotters Mile at Ashburton on Monday.  On Friday night, the Sires Stakes heat at Addington has also drawn a very good field of 3yo pacers, including unbeaten Auckland Reactor gelding Chase Auckland. This week we have a good spread of selections split between the four meetings programmed. Note: We will keep adding to this page if more tips come in after the deadline, so check back often. Waikato Bay of Plenty Harness at Cambridge on Thursday night. Jay Abernethy - Jay thinks his best chance this week is R Gee Bee at Cambridge in Race 3 Tony Herlihy - Tony thinks that Yankee C J would be his best chance this week in Race 5 Todd Macfarlane - Todd says his best drive tonight would be George, at Cambridge in Race 6 John Curtin - John thinks Ideal Roman will go close to winning at Cambridge in Race 7   NZ Metro at Addington on Friday night Blair Orange - Blair says that Sheriff would be his best drive this week at Addington in Race 1 Matthew Williamson - Matthew is opting for Still Eyre as his best drive this week in Race 3 Racechat - Lance thinks Noble Lavros as a good winning chance having his first start also in Race 3 John Morrison - John thinks his best drive this week is Whatasista at Addington in Race 7 Mark Jones - Mark is going for Belle Of Brooklyn as his best chance at Addington in Race 10   Tuapeka at Forbury on Sunday Nathan Williamson - Nathan says his best chance this week could be Scarlett Lane in Race 3 Sheree Tomlinson - Sheree thinks Rocknpop would be a place chance also in Race 3 Brad Williamson - Brad says his best chance this week is​ Executive Dash at Forbury in Race 4 Brent Barclay - Brent thinks his best drive would be It Ain't The Money this week at Forbury in Race 7 Geoff Knight - Geoff thinks his best chance this week is Fiery Ferret at Forbury in Race 9 Rory Mcllwrick - Rory agrees with Geoff and is going for Fiery Ferret at Forbury in Race 9   Ashburton on Monday Harnesslink Reporter - thinks Ohanzee can go close to winning at Ashburton in Race 1 Gavin Smith - Gavin is opting for Great Things Happen as his best chance this week in Race 8 Stephen Richardson(TAB) - Stephen thinks that Wilmas Mate will be hard to beat also in Race 8       Harnesslink Media  

Forbury Park harness racing fixed odds movers as at 11:55am Race 1   The Great Redeemer is best backed here but leading multis is the favourite Lundqvist Race 2   The only horse wanted in this race is Link To Collect in from $1.60 to $1.50 Race 3   Shards Halo is the big mover here from $5.50 in to $2.90. Largest bet has been $3300 at $3.60 Race 4   Betty Boo leads both FF win and Multibets in this race. Some money has come for My Nikayla Race 5   Fira is best backed in multibetting 3.80 to 3.40 with some money coming for Tjuana Taxi. Race 6   No More Change is leading Multi betting and FF win Race 7   A quiet market here with Articulight best backed in FF win and multis Race 8   Valmagne is best backed in FF win from $8.80 to $7.50. Cuddly Jess is best backed in multis Race 9   Hypervelocity leads multibetting with some solid support.   Harnesslink Media Courtesy of Richard Wilson (TAB)

Top harness racing driver Blair Orange is looking to extend his lead in the national drivers premiership at Forbury today (Sunday). Orange leads the drivers premiership with eleven wins this season, one clear of David Butcher who is currently on ten wins. Blair has a good book of drives today and is driving in seven of the nine races programmed at the Forbury track, including all three horses that Canterbury trainer Paul Court has engaged at the meeting. Hypervelocity would be the best of the Court runners today in the last race on the card. The Mach Three five year old ran a good second last start at Kurow and had previously been racing better horses in the Canterbury area. Orange labelled Hypervelocity his best chance this week in the Harnesslink ringaround and he looks a good bet and possible anchor in the $30,000 pick six available today. Last years premiership winner Dexter Dunn is also looking to make up some lost ground, after he missed the first few weeks of the season while he was away at World Drivers Championships in Canada. He also has a good book of drives today and is fresh from winning the Maurice Holmes Vase on Friday night at Addington on the Otago trained Titan Banner. Dexter will retain the drive on Titan Banner in the Christchurch Casino New Zealand Cup in November. Other drivers chances today at Forbury.   Nathan Williamson - Nathan thinks his best chance this week is Scarlett Lane in Race 1 Brad Williamson - Brad says his best drive this week is Get Real on Sunday in Race 4 Sheree Tomlinson - Sheree is going for No More Change as her best drive this week in Race 6 John Morrison - John thinks his best drive this week is Lorretta Franco also in Race 6 Matthew Williamson - Matthew says his best drive this week would be Articulight in Race 7 Geoff Knight - Geoff says his best chance this week is Fiery Ferret at Forbury in Race 9 Blair Orange - Blair is going for Hypervelocity as his best drive this week also in Race 9   Harnesslink Media

Last week was an ok week for the ringaround which produced a couple of winners and several placegetters again. The best winning dividend went to Ricky May when Rockaball  won at Addington and payed $6.40 to win on the tote. There are three meetings programed this week with Auckland starting the racing on Thursday night. At Addington on Friday, the first night of the Kiwi Punters Championships is being run, with Forbury holding their first meeting of their season on Sunday.  Note: We will keep adding to this page if more tips come in, so check back often   Alexandra Park on Thursday night. Jay Abernethy - Jay says Jude's Gem is his best drive this week at Alex Park in Race 2 John Curtin - John thinks Recco Lover is a good winning chance again in Race 4 Steve Richardson(TAB) - Steve thinks All American can win this race for Josh Dickie in Race 5 Andre Poutama - Andre is going for Spring Campaign as his best drive in Race 6 Tony Herlihy - Tony says his best chance this week is Ohoka Maximus in Race 7 Maurice McKendry - Maurice says his best chance is Yagunnakissmeornot in Race 8   Addington on Friday night Craig Ferguson - Craig is going for Chief Kapai as his best chance this week in Race 1 Gavin Smith - Gavin says Admiral would be his best chance this week also in Race 1 Ricky May - Ricky thinks Donsmedad would be his best drive at Addington in Race 2 Rory Mcllwrick - Rory thinks his best drive this week is Art Union at Addington in Race 7 Racechat - Lance agrees and thinks Art Union is a good winning chance in Race 7 Mark Jones - Mark is opting for Joey Maguire as his best hope this week at Addington in Race 8 Harnesslink Reporter - says Vintage Beach can go a good race fresh up in Race 9 Terry Chmiel - Terry is opting for Martin John as his best chance at Addington in Race 10   Forbury on Sunday Nathan Williamson - Nathan thinks his best chance this week is Scarlett Lane in Race 1 Brad Williamson - Brad says his best drive this week is Get Real on Sunday in Race 4 Sheree Tomlinson - Sheree is going for No More Change as her best drive this week in Race 6 John Morrison - John thinks his best drive this week is Lorretta Franco also in Race 6 Matthew Williamson - Matthew says his best drive this week would be Articulight in Race 7 Geoff Knight - Geoff says his best chance this week is Fiery Ferret at Forbury in Race 9 Blair Orange - Blair is going for Hypervelocity as his best drive this week also in Race 9   Harnesslink Media

The Tuapeka Harness Racing Club has decided to join the Southern Harness group. The application by the Club was unanimously endorsed on Thursday night at a Southern Harness Presidents meeting in Gore.  They'll continue to race at Forbury Park, however although the meeting will be managed on the day by Southern Harness staff, the Club will continue to use the Forbury Park mobile vehicle and starter assistants from the Otago area. It was also agreed that some of the race series that Southern Harness runs throughout the season will include Tuapeka.  Early records show that the Club began in the 1961 - 1962 season when it held non-totalistor events at both Roxburgh (November) and Forbury (March) before getting a tote licence in 1978. The Club's main race - the Selwyn Paul Tuapeka Cup has been run since 1993 when the first winner was Mighty Silks driven by Peter Shand. This season's cup will the 24th running. The Tuapeka Club will race this coming season on Sunday 22nd October.  Southern Harness now consists of clubs from Invercargill, Winton, Wyndham, Northern Southland, Wairio, Gore, Riverton, Central Otago, Roxburgh and Tuapeka.  Bruce Stewart Southland Harness Racing

Stu Campbell, who gave away training standardbreds two years ago, was back as a winning owner at Forbury Park on Saturday with Pres The Belle. The three-year-old filly is fittingly a trotter, as Campbell had good success with trotters among them Fleur’s Invasion (12 wins), Daisy Belle (eight) and Elayjay (nine) when based at Ocean View. He won 149 races as a trainer but moved onto other business interests in 2014. Pres The Belle, who was having her third start, is by The Pres from Daisy Belle raced by Campbell in partnership with Des Minehan and Stuart Heal, both of Cromwell and Dexter Nind, of Waitane (Southland) on lease from Ashburton breeders Keith and Bevan Grice. She is trained at Mosgiel by Darryn Simpson. The same owners were involved with Waitoto Express, the last winner trained by Campbell at Forbury Park in May, 2014. Campbell had his first win with the pacer Sir Tom at Forbury Park in January, 1983. Daisy Belle (by Sundon) had her first win at Forbury Park in 2004. Pres The Belle is her third foal and first to race. Two of her foals, a Bacardi Lindy colt (2011) and a colt foaled in 2014 by The Pres, have died of colic. Ken Dempster, who retired after 35 years as judge and earlier five years as assistant judge for the Forbury Park Trotting Club, took a set of reins for a lap of the track in a dual sulky with a pacer, co-driven by Nathan Williamson. Dempster gave a salute as he passed the winning post. Dempster took on additional duties with on-course announcements on Saturday after Dave McDonald, the scheduled commentator for the meeting was sidelined. McDonald was unwell when he arrived at the track. He was taken by ambulance to Dunedin Hospital for observation. He was discharged later in the day and drove back to his home in Invercargill. Commentaries were done from Trackside television, first by George Simon and later Matthew Cross in the Christchurch studio. Tayler Strong  

Rory McIlwrick used experience to good purpose when winning the McMillan Equine Feeds 2017 New Zealand Junior Drivers Championship. The series concluded at Forbury Park yesterday (Saturday) when McIlwrick won the heat for trotters with Mr Majestic and finished second in the heat for pacers with Franco Huntington. He had won the two heats, both for pacers, at Addington the previous night with Bettor Chance and Gypsy’s Choice. He finished the series with 63 points, 31 ahead of his nearest rival, Ben Butcher. He was the major contributor to the 200 point tally for the the South Island team against 135 for the North Island. McIlwrick (25) completes his time as a Junior driver on July 31. “It is definitely a highlight of my time as a junior, a culmination of my whole career. It was special and great meeting all of the young people involved in the series,’’ he said. “The trainers did a great job with the horses I drove.” McIlwrick had contested one other series in his six seasons as a junior driver, being unplaced in 2013 when Simon Lawson was the winner. McIlwrick had on side his own experience and the experience of trainer Ali Malcolmson, who prepares Mr Majestic. McIlwrick has now won 112 races from 1254 drives.  He is the leading junior this season with 38 wins, his best season, ahead of 26  in 2015/16. He reached 100 wins on the trotter Och Aye The Noo at Forbury Park in March. McIlwrick stood down from driving for the last five weeks of last season after accumulating 74 wins in order to remain a junior this season and pursue the leading junior driver title. He rates his win on Golden Gate in an intermediate trot at the 2016 NZ Cup meeting as his best. He drove his first winner, Tactical Attraction at Invercargill in December, 2011 when based in Southland. He has been with the stable of Martin Denton in recent times. “I will just go where the wind takes me,’’ he said. He began work with the stable of Mark Purdon and has had time with Robert Dunn, Cran Dalgety (18 months), Kirk Larsen, John Caldow (three months at Melton), Nathan Williamson, Amber Hoffman, Graeme Anderson and Phil Williamson. Mr Majestic lasted to win the heat by a nose from Dusky Eyre after McIlwrick improved from sixth in the running to lead at the 500m. “I was hoarse with yelling at him over the closing stages and just hoped I had held on,’’  said McIlwrick. Franco Huntington made most of the pace in his heat and finished three quarters of a length from Arthur Lowe, driven by Dylan Ferguson.   The final points table for the championship: Rory McIlwrick 63 Ben Butcher 32 Katie Cox  31 Kimberly Butt 30 John Morrison 29 Mark Johnson 26 Matt Anderson 25 Dylan Ferguson 24 Jack MacKinnon 24 Sheree Tomlinson 22 Robert Argue 16 Tony Cameron 13   South Island 200 North Island 135 Tayler Strong

Forbury harness racing fixed odds movers as at 11:45am Race 1 - Pres The Belle $1.75 is racing away in multi betting & also leads win betting over Landora's Lassie $5.00.   Race 2 - Fatherdantherodeoman $1.85 is the only runner wanted in multi betting.    Race 3 - Blazing Under Fire $2.20 just leads multi betting over Poppymalda $2.50.   Race 4 - My Nikayla $2.80 is the only runner wanted in both win & multi betting.   Race 5 - Hunter Bromac $4.00 is the only runner wanted in multi betting.   Race 6 - Hurricane Banner $31 is best backed in win betting with the best backed in multi betting To Ri Alby $3.60.    Race 7 - Dusky Eyre $8.20 leads win betting with Och Aye The Noo $2.60 leading multi betting.   Race 8 - Sweet As $2.70 is easily the best backed in win & multi betting over Innocent Artist $2.50.   Blair Orange $3.00 is best backed in the Drivers Challenge over Rory McIlwrick $12.00.     Harnesslink Media Courtesy of Stephen Richardson (TAB)

It seems only a formality that Rory McIllwrick will win the McMillan Equine Feeds New Zealand Junior Drivers Championship series concluding at Forbury Park today after success in both heats at Addington last night. McIlwrick drove Bettor Chance and Gypsy’s Choice to win at Addington to give him 34 points, 13 clear of his nearest rival, John Morrison. McIlwrick has sound chances in Mr Majestic and Franco Huntington in the two heats today. McIlwrick, the leading junior driver this season with 36 wins, has gained nine of those wins at Forbury Park, his home track. Mr Majestic (race 7),  who has gained three of his six wins at Forbury Park, became eligible when dropped a point in his rating after an unplaced effort in a stronger field there last week. A change of driver is not a problem for Mr Majestic, He has been driven by five different drivers in his wins. Och Aye The Noo, one of his rivals, is on the same rating. She  won narrowly in lesser company last week with McIlwrick the driver. It was her eighth win and she was re-rated six points. Katie Cox, who drove Woodlea Legend to win the 2014 Four and Five-Year-old Championship at Forbury Park, has the drive. Franco Huntington (race 5)  finished third at Forbury Park last week. He has minor placed in six starts since joining the Myross Bush stable of Doug McLachlan in March. Sheree Tomlinson, the most successful female driver at Forbury Park this season, has drawn Uralla Sue and Midnight Fever in the junior driver championship heats. Blazing Under Fire (race 2) is in line to complete a hat-trick of wins after success at his last two starts at Forbury Park. Sweet As (race 8) is in the same situation. She was a runaway winner last week. Glenisthebettor will not be among her rivals. “There is nothing wrong with her but the transport arrangement to Dunedin was no longer available,’’ said Robert Anderson, her trainer. The points table in the NZ Junior Drivers Championship: Rory McIlwrick 34 John Morrison 21 Katie Cox 20 Kimberly Butt 17 Mark Johnson 14 Sheree Tomlinson 13 Matt Anderson 12 Ben Butcher 11 Tony Cameron 9 Jack MacKinnon 9 Dylan Ferguson 6 Robert Argue 2   Inter-Island Trophy: South Island 117 North Island 51 Tayler Strong

The scheduled race meeting for Forbury Park tomorrow night (Thursday) has been postponed due to weather conditions and will now be run on Saturday afternoon (July 15th). This is due to weather conditions making travel unsafe for participants. “Safety of the participants is of paramount concern. The opportunity to race on Saturday and make a go of the meeting was the only logical course of action,” said Gerard Cayford, the President of the Forbury Park Trotting Club. The new start time will be 11.45am, the details of the full race meeting will be will be updated in due course here. This will obviously affect the running of the 2017 McMillan Equine Feeds Junior Driver Championship, and will now mean that the first heats will be at Addington on Friday night and the final heats at this Forbury meeting on Saturday. For further enquires please contact the Racing Department on (03) 964 1200

Och Aye The Noo, who overcame a check to finish third last week, could be compensated with a win at Forbury Park tonight (Thursday). She is an even more appealing prospect in race seven as a seven-win trotter against horses who have won one or two races. Her trainer Martin Denton has made two gear changes. “Her driver (Rory McIlwrick) will carry a whip and she will have removable deafeners, replacing the fixed ones,’’ said Denton. “The changes might just improve her a length.” He felt that Och Aye The Noo should have won last week, rather than making a late bid for third after a check at the 950m that sent her off-stride. Despicable Me (race four) is a newcomer to the Denton stable at Momona after being leased by 91-year-old Colin Taylor, of Mosgiel. The four-year-old ran seventh last week from the Jamie Gameson stable. Denton is planning to start Clifton Tactic in a heat of the South Of The Waitaki series at Addington next week. “She (Clifton Tactic) wasn’t right at her last start (fourth at Forbury Park on June 1) and she had 10 days off,’’ said Denton. Clifton Tactic has not finished further back than fourth in nine starts this season, with wins at Forbury Park and Invercargill. The two-year-old trotter Imperial Whiz is a rival for Och Aye The Noo tonight and on the road to Christchurch the next day for an assignment at Addington. Imperial Whiz cleared maiden ranks at Forbury Park last week, at his 24th start for Washdyke owner-trainer Alan Clark. He will only have to make an appearance on the track at Addington, to be awarded the heat of the Australasian Breeders Crown as the only entry. Clark won a heat of the Breeders Crown for two-year-old trotters with the filly Constar at Addington in 2006. She won by 28 lengths from Feather’s First and Paradise Earl. Constar ran fifth in the $150,000 BC final at Ballarat that year. She won six of her 13 starts at two. Another Clark-trainer trotter The Fiery Ginga won seven including the NZ Trotting Stakes from 18 starts at that age. The Fiery Ginga won an Inter-Dominion heat at Ballarat in 2012 as a five-year-old. “Constar was not at her best in Australia due to travel sickness. It affected her lungs and she bled as a three-year-old and I retired her,” said Clark. “I am not sure if I will take Imperial Whiz to Australia. He might be sold. He went through a bad patch with a blood disorder and I feel he is back to his best.” Castletonian was another trotter taken to Australia by Clark and he ran fourth in a heat of the 2009 Victoria Trotting Derby. Tayler Strong

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