In the latest news from the Hall stable star performers Im Themightyquinn and Alta Christiano are back in work and on the comeback trail. “Im Themightyquinn has been back in work for four days and his sore feet seem to be all right,” Hall said. “He has no other problems and if everything goes well he should be able to resume racing in five to six weeks. Hopefully he will be back to his best for the WA Pacing Cup and Fremantle Cup. I’m still keen to take him to Sydney for the interdominion championship next March. He’s got to defend his title.” Hall said that Alta Christiano, a winner of seven of his 11 starts and unbeaten at three appearances in WA, was on the mend after damaging the suspensory ligament in his nearside foreleg. “After receiving stem cell treatment he got an infection, and that was nearly the end of him,” Hall said. “But he has overcome all those problems and started work on Monday. He probably won’t be ready to race again until about March. If I can get him up and going, I could take him to Sydney for the Chariots of Fire.” By Ken Casellas
Champion reinsman Chris Lewis has won the $30,000 Sealanes Parliamentarians Cup six times since the race was inaugurated in 1993 and he has bright prospects of maintaining his great strike rate by driving Dasher VC to victory in the 2130m mobile event at Gloucester Park on Friday night. “He should improve a lot on his first-up run (when a fighting fourth behind Bettors Fire in the 1730m Mount Eden Sprint last Friday night) and Chris is happy with him,” said Aiden De Campo, son of the seven-year-old’s trainer Andrew De Campo. “He will probably be doing the work in the breeze, but hopefully he’ll be good enough to win. He was always going to need the run last week, at his first start for almost nine months. We don’t hopple him in between runs and Dad works him in the cart in the bush. “We have been keeping him off the track and confining him to bush work in an attempt to keep him sound. He’s got bad joints, but it’s nothing serious. He’s an old horse and it’s just a bit of wear and tear.” The New Zealand-bred Dasher VC, who has amassed $629,342 in prizemoney from 21 wins and eight placings from only 46 starts, is awkwardly drawn out wide at barrier six on the front line on Friday night and Lewis is likely to go forward in the early stages in a bid to get to the breeze or even take the lead. There is no a great deal of natural speed on the inside of Dasher VC, apart from Please Release Me, who has been placed only twice from his past 11 starts. Please Release Me will start from the No. 5 barrier and it will be most interesting to watch what tactics Chris Brew adopts behind the speedy and versatile eight-year-old. There is also little doubt that the Tony Svilicich-trained Shardons Rocket (Morgan Woodley) will go forward from barrier four. Shardons Rocket is racing with great heart and his effort when sixth behind Bettors Fire last week, when he raced three wide in fourth place for almost the entire journey, was full of merit. But there is little argument that Dasher VC is certainly the class runner in the Cup. He gave a sample of his wonderful ability when he led and held on grimly to win the 2936m Fremantle Cup by a head from Im Themightyquinn last January. A win this week by Dasher VC would help overcome the disappointment of Andrew De Campo when his pacer Lombo Navigator (driven by Matt White) set the pace until the final 150m when second to Im Themightyquinn in the Parliamentarians Cup over 2536m 12 months ago. Lewis has won the race with Hilarion Star (1993), Heros Knight (1998), Our London Pride (1999), Jimmy Nail (2003), Competitive Edge (2006) and Ima Spicey Lombo (2010). Forrestdale trainers Greg and Skye Bond have a strong representation in Friday night’s race, with both Ima Rocket Star (Colin Brown) and Our Major Mark (Ryan Warwick) is splendid form and capable of winning, despite their back-line draws. Greg Bond and Brown combined to win the 2004 Parliamentarians Cup with Money Magnet and Bond is extremely happy with the form of his runners. Ima Rocket Star, a winner at 25 of his 57 starts, raced four and three wide early and then without cover when a fighting second to Bettors Fire in the 2536m Navy Cup last Friday week. That followed wins over 2536m and 2130m and a splendid second to Im Victorious at his three previous outings. Our Major Mark notched his 21st victory when stormed home from last 360m from home to win by two lengths from Hez The Bart Man over 2536m last Friday night. Seasoned performer Davy Maguire has drawn nicely on the inside of the back line for his first start for Wanneroo trainer Debbie Padberg. He was claimed for just $5000 by John and Debbie Padberg when he scored a stylish win at a 1.55 rate over 1730m at Gloucester Park last Monday week. “I quite like him,” said Mrs Padberg. “He’s fit and his track work has been very good.” Leda McNally, the only mare in the race, is nicely drawn at No. 2 on the back line and she is capable of unwinding a sparkling late sprint. Dredlock Rockstar, an M1-class performer trained at Busselton by Michael Callegari, was a 40/1 chance when he impressed greatly last Friday night when he thundered home from 12th and last at the bell to be third behind Bettors Fire and Im Victorious. He will start from barrier two on the front line. BONDS AND BROWN LOOKING FOR MIDNIGHTY DYLAN TO REPEAT THE DOSE “He’s a noted frontrunner and loves this trip,” declared trainer Greg Bond when assessing Midnight Dylan’s prospects in the $21,000 Normandie Foods Italian Sprint over 1730m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Bond and his wife Skye, part-trainer of the New Zealand-bred five-year-old, are confident of success this week after preparing the winner of the Italian Sprint in the past three years. They have combined with ace reinsman Colin Brown to win the sprint with Motu Treasure in 2010 and 2011 and Kamwood Laughter last year. Motu Treasure (10/9 on) led from barrier four and won easily from Mon Gee and Tsunami Lombo in 2010 before he started from the No. 2 barrier and at 9/2 when he set the pace and held on to defeat the 6/4 on favourite Grinjaro by a nose in 2011. Last year Kamwood Laughter was favourite at 5/4 on from barrier four. She raced wide early and then in the one-out, one-back position before being shuffled back to sixth at the bell. She was badly blocked for a clear passage in the back straight before she flew home, out wide, from sixth at the 250m mark to beat the pacemaker Elite Angel by a half-length. Midnight Dylan, a winner at 12 of his 55 starts, gave a sparkling frontrunning display to win effortlessly from Empire Flame at a 1.56.3 rate over 1730m two starts ago, at Gloucester Park five Friday nights ago. A week later he started from the No. 2 barrier when he challenged unsuccessfully for the early lead from polemarker Western Cullen. After racing in the breeze for a while Midnight Dylan raced in the one-out, one-back position and failed to flatter, finishing sixth behind Western Cullen. Bond said it would be wise to overlook that unplaced effort, saying: “Before his win the previous week he had had a couple of runs in Kalgoorlie and at his latest outing he was probably one and a half to two lengths off his best. So we took him home and freshened him up, which he has enjoyed. “He’s now all good to go and we expect him to come out, fit and fresh and firing. He will be holding up from the inside barrier and leading. I’m looking forward to the race, now that he has drawn barrier one. That makes his job a tad easier, if nothing else. He’s not a certainty, because there are some good horses in the race, including The Ragpickers Dream and Danieljohn.” The Bonds also have an excellent second string runner in the race in Your Good Fortune, a smart five-year-old with 14 wins from only 30 starts. Your Good Fortune, a winner at four of his past five starts, is drawn at No. 4 on the front line and will be handled by Ryan Warwick. “Your Good Fortune is a horsed with more than a good share of ability,” Bond said. “If the race is run upside down and if he’s camped over them, he could be dangerous.” Bond said that if Midnight Dylan won another couple of city races he was most likely to be sold to race in America. “We sold Kamwood Laughter to America and she has already won a few races at Yonkers,” he said. “Motu Treasure was sold to race in Adelaide, but after one start at Globe Derby Park he injured a leg. However, he’s on the mend.” Aiden De Campo said he expected a good showing from Danieljohn, who will start from barrier three on the front line at his first appearance since late June. The winner of 16 races from 41 starts, Danieljohn gave a sample of his class when he won the group 2 San Simeon Classic at Gloucester Park last January and the group 3 Harvey Cup from Russley Rascal and Franco Renegade in March. “He has had a fair amount of work and is pretty forward in himself,” said de Campo, who will drive the five-year-old who is trained at Capel by his father Andrew. “He worked well on our home track this morning (Tuesday) when I sat behind Quick Reflection and got up to beat that horse, without either horse being extended.” HALL ON THE DOORSTEP OF THE MILESTONE OF 1500 CITY WINNERS Champion trainer Gary Hall sen. is on the doorstep of a notable milestone. The 64-year-old Serpentine horseman has 15 runners engaged in the ten-event program at Gloucester Park on Friday night and he needs just one winner to record his 1500th city training success. Most of his runners have sound each-way prospects and when asked for his best prospects he said that Askmenow and This Time Dylan were the two he fancied most. But he also said that Soho Highroller, Rowchester, The Ragpickers Dream and Jar Zinyo had sound claims and most of his other starters were capable of winning if they enjoyed a slice of luck. Much water has passed under the bridge since Hall, a week after celebrating his 23rd birthday, trained and drove his first city winner when he dashed 5/2 chance Tobaree to an early lead, set a dawdling pace and then charged away to win at a 2.12 rate over 12 furlongs from Elaborate and Royal Spinner. He has been a trendsetter who has produced many outstanding performers, including superstars The Falcon Strike and Im Themightyquinn. Hall notched his 1499th Metropolitan winner when his son Gary drove hot favourite My Hard Copy to a splendid all-the-way victory over Jay Bees Grin in the 1730m event for C3-class pacers at Gloucester Park on Tuesday night. Hall said that the New Zealand-bred four-year-old Askmenow should prove hard to beat in the 1730m Del Basso Smallgoods Parliamentarians Cup for Mares Pace. Askmenow, to be driven by Gary Hall jun., will start from the No. 2 barrier on the front line. She has won at nine of her past 13 starts and Hall jun. is likely to attempt an all-the-way win over the sprint trip. Hall sen. has four runners (Askmenow, Chloe Vargarita, Famous Alchemist and Korobeit Angel) engaged in the race and he had little hesitation in declaring that Famous Alchemist was the best of that quartet. “But she has drawn on the outside (No. 7) on the front line and will find it tough from there,” he said. “She has got a bit more class and a bit more speed than Askmenow, but Askmenow is more forward in condition and she’s tough. “Dropping back from 2536m to 1730m will also certainly help Askmenow.” Askmenow started from barrier four in a 2536m event last Friday night and she worked hard before getting to the front after 450m and she faded to finish third behind Our Major Mark and Hez The Bart Man. She should appreciate racing against her own sex this week. Hall also has high hopes for This Time Dylan, who will start from the outside of the front line in the 2130m Action Industrial Catering Claiming Pace. The New Zealand-bred eight-year-old was most impressive last Friday night when he came from the rear to race three wide (without a trail) for almost 800m before surging on the front and scoring an 8m victory over Lord Coburn in a 2503m stand. It was his fourth win in a stand from his past six starts, but he should be capable of readjusting to a different tempo when he returns to mobile racing this week. In the latest news from the Hall stable star performers Im Themightyquinn and Alta Christiano are back in work and on the comeback trail. “Im Themightyquinn has been back in work for four days and his sore feet seem to be all right,” Hall said. “He has no other problems and if everything goes well he should be able to resume racing in five to six weeks. Hopefully he will be back to his best for the WA Pacing Cup and Fremantle Cup. I’m still keen to take him to Sydney for the interdominion championship next March. He’s got to defend his title.” Hall said that Alta Christiano, a winner of seven of his 11 starts and unbeaten at three appearances in WA, was on the mend after damaging the suspensory ligament in his nearside foreleg. “After receiving stem cell treatment he got an infection, and that was nearly the end of him,” Hall said. “But he has overcome all those problems and started work on Monday. He probably won’t be ready to race again until about March. If I can get him up and going, I could take him to Sydney for the Chariots of Fire.” NOWITZKI, A FIRST-UP SPECIALIST, TO MAKE HIS WA DEBUT Star Victorian-bred four-year-old Nowitzki should continue his perfect record of recording a first-up victory by proving too smart for his 11 rivals at his WA debut in the 2130m BLVD Tavern Joondalup Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. The Art Major gelding has settled well at Michael Brennan’s Pinjarra training establishment for his Victorian trainer-reinsman Daniel Jack and he has the class to overcome the disadvantage of starting from the outside of the front line. He is unbeaten at his three first-up starts in a brief career of 14 runs for seven wins and four placings. He won by 6.7m at his debut, at Melton in March 2012, and he also was successful at his next two first-up runs, by 8.2m at Cobram in November 2012 and by 14.1 at Kilmore last July. He has not raced since he started from the back line, dashed to an early lead, set the pace and faded to third behind Chilli Palmer and Hilltop Hustler over 2240m at Melton on August 23. At his previous start he raced wide early and then in the breeze before finishing third behind Bit Of A Legend over the same journey at Melton. Nowitzki’s only serious rival on Friday night appears to be Rowchester, who will start out wide at barrier six on the front line. Rowchester, trained by Gary Hall sen., has turned the corner with strong wins at his past two starts --- when racing in the breeze and beating Tommy Smith over 2185m at Pinjarra and when leading and beating Ardens Southee over2536m at Gloucester Park. by Ken Casellas
Champion mare Bettor Cover Lover faces a daunting task at her first West Australian appearance when she contests the $50,000 Nepean Conveyors Mount Eden Sprint at Gloucester Park on Friday night, but the six-year-old’s trainer and driver Brent Mangos is confident she will give a bold showing at her first start for five months. “She got good speed and good stamina and she hasn’t got too many weaknesses,” the New Zealand trainer declared. “I’m sure she will acquit herself well. She will be going into the race probably about 80 per cent and she’s got a great record in sprint events.” The random barrier draw certainly did not boost Bettor Cover Lover’s prospects. She drew the outside of the back line in the 1730m event. Another hurdle Bettor Cover Lover must overcome is the fact that only six mares have been successful in the 57-year history of the Mount Eden Sprint, formerly known as the State Sprint Championship. The most recent win by a mare was in 1992 when Rod Chambers drove Whitbys Miss Penny to victory over My Current Account and Antique Gold. Before that, Dainty’s Daughter won in 1970, Pyramus in 1971, Virgil Queen in 1977, Kiwi Cloud in 1978 and Line On in 1986. The New Zealand-bred Bettor Cover Lover has raced 33 times for 19 wins, 11 placings and prizemoney of $996,156 for her West Australian owners Trevor and Colleen Lindsay. She has not raced since winning a $150,000 event in 1.53.8 over 1609m at Ashburton on June 2. She gave yet another sample of her tremendous class three starts before that when a strong-finishing third behind Im Themightyquinn and Terror To Love in the 2700m Auckland Cup at Alexandra Park in March. Her wins have been over 1609m (two), 1700m (three), 1950m (three), 2000m (one), 2200m (six), 2240m (two), 2600m (one) and 2700m (one). Bettor Cover Lover warmed up for the Mount Eden Sprint with a smart workout in a 2185m trial at Pinjarra last Saturday morning. She was smartest to begin from the No. 2 barrier and led early before sitting behind the pacemaker Dasher VC. After modest 400m sections of the final mile in 31.5sec., 31.6sec. and 29.8sec. the pace went on and the final quarter whizzed by in a sizzling 26.6sec., with Dasher VC winning by a nose from Bit Of A Legend, with a neck to Bettor Cover Lover in third place and a long head to Leda McNally, the only other runner in the trial in which the winner rated 2.0.1. “It was a nice trial by Bettor Cover Lover,” Mangos said. “I didn’t drive her out. She was only there for a workout.” Mangos said that he would not worry about bringing Bettor Cover Lover to Gloucester Park during the week to get her accustomed to the track and surroundings. He had his first drive at Gloucester Park on Monday afternoon when unplaced behind New Zealand-bred four-year-old Three Kings. “For a half-mile track it is a good track,” he said. “The surface is good and the bends are good. She’ll get around without any trouble. This will be her first look at the track, but that won’t bother her. She is pretty adaptable. Our track at home is an 800m track.” Friday night’s clash between Bettor Cover Lover, rising star Im Victorious, Dasher VC and Bettors Fire will attract enormous interest among local sporting enthusiasts. Im Victorious, undefeated at his six starts, all at Gloucester Park over distances ranging from 1730m to 2503m, in his latest campaign, will start from barrier two on the back line and reinsman Justin Prentice will be looking for the five-year-old to produce a trademark withering finishing burst. Im Victorious thundered home from eighth in the middle stages and fifth at the bell to win the 2130m Stratton Cup by three lengths from Ima Rocket Star last Friday week when he rated 1.55.9. The previous week he sprinted home powerfully from fourth at the bell to win the 1730m Members’ Sprint by 4m from Im Themightyquinn at a 1.53.5 rate. His trainer Michael Brennan said that the gelding had thrived since his latest victory and he was looking forward to him meeting yet another challenge on his learning curve as he prepared for a grand circuit campaign. Dasher VC was produced in splendid condition by Capel trainer Andrew De Campo for his trial win at Pinjarra last Saturday, an effort which showed that the seven-year-old was capable of a bold first-up showing. Dasher VC, a winner at 21 of his 45 starts for stakes of $627,342, will start from the No. 4 barrier on the front line and Chris Lewis is sure to have him in a prominent position throughout. Dasher VC, who led and won the 2936m Fremantle Cup from Im Themightyquinn and Lombo Navigator on January 18 this year, has not appeared since he raced wide early and then without cover before finishing third to Im Themightyquinn and Mysta Magical Mach over 2536m at Gloucester Park on February 16. Adding great spice to Friday night’s feature event will be the appearance of up-and-coming star Bettors Fire, who has had seven starts in Western Australia for six wins and a very close second placing. The New Zealand-bred five-year-old has drawn perfectly at No. 1 on the front line and trainer Kyle Harper is sure to attempt an all-the-way victory. Bettors Fire boosted his growing reputation when he set the pace and scored a decisive victory over Ima Rocket Star in the 2536m Navy Cup last Friday night. He will again have an army of admirers when he faces the biggest test in his fledgling career. Harper will be particularly keen to emulate the deeds of his father Lindsay and elder brother Donald. His father has won the feature sprint with Havago (2002) and Lively Medley (2004) before his brother was successful with Hayton Brain in 2007. Lewis will be hoping that Dasher VC will give him his fifth win in the race. He has won with Village Kid (1987), Whitby Timer (1990), Flashing Star (1997) and Sneakyn Down Under (2008). Gary Hall jun., who will drive Uppy Son, has won the event with Bengeeman, The Falcon Strike and Im Themightyquinn (twice). BIT OF A LEGEND TO WARM UP FOR RICH FEATURE EVENTS Rarely does a Metropolitan maiden class event attract a great deal of attention. But this is far from the case when New Zealand-bred superstar Bit Of A Legend runs in the $17,500 Lancaster Park Pace over 1730m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Already the four-year-old is a genuine champion and is the nominal favourite for the $50,000 Retravision Four-Year-Old Championship, the $125,000 McInerney Ford Classic and the $175,000 Lancaster Park Golden Nugget Championship at Gloucester Park next month and early in December. Bit Of A Legend has not raced since he scored an effortless victory in the Breeders Crown for three-year-old colts and geldings at Melton in Victoria on August 18. He also won the two-year-old leg 12 months earlier. Bit Of A Legend is classes ahead of his 11 rivals in Friday night’s event in which he will be an extremely short-priced favourite. He has had 32 starts for Christchurch trainer Cran Dalgety for 16 wins, ten placings and stakes of $621,918. Dalgety and the stallion’s regular reinsman Dexter Dunn are still in New Zealand and Auckland trainer Brent Mangos has been looking after Bit Of A Legend at Rob Tomlinson’s Pinjarra property for the past fortnight. Dalgety is confident of a first-up victory and he said that the horse had come back up really well after a brief spell. “He’s not the sort of horse you need to do a lot of work with to get back to full fitness,” he said. Mangos is looking forward keenly to driving Bit Of A Legend for the first time on Friday night. “I have only ever watched him,” he said. “He is very good out of the gate and he seems pretty adaptable. This should be a nice race for him.” Bit Of A Legend had a splendid pipe opener when Kade Howson drove him in a 2185m trial at Pinjarra last Saturday morning when the horse finished full of running and covered the final 400m in 26.6sec. in finishing a nose second to Dasher VC. Bit Of A Legend is awkwardly drawn, out wide at No. 6 on the front line in Friday night’s sprint. But he is all class and this should prove to be no disadvantage. The son of Bettors Delight has won at ten of his past 12 starts, with his only defeats in that period being by a head and a half-head. He rated 1.56.7 and dashed over the final 400m in 26.7sec. when a head second to Border Control in the New Zealand derby at Addington last April and a half-head second to Border Control in the 1609m Emerald in which he ran the 1609m journey in 1.50.6, with the final 800m in 53.6sec. and the last 400m in 26.6sec. The Ross Olivieri-trained Kiss Chasey will start from the prized No. 1 barrier and should finish second to Bit Of A Legend. A strong frontrunner, he has started from the No. 1 barrier six times for three wins, one second, one third and one fifth placing. KOROBEIT ANGEL LOOKS ONE OF THE BEST BETS Victorian-bred mare Korobeit Angel has won at five of her 11 starts in Western Australia for premier trainer Gary Hall sen. and she should enhance her claims for a start in the two feature events for mares late next month by winning the 2130m West Australian Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Korobeit Angel put the writing on the wall last Friday night when she worked hard without cover all the way and fought on with grim determination to finish a half-head second to the pacemaker and 7/4 on favourite Bettor Dreams at a 1.55.9 rate over 1730m. That performance showed that she should be capable of overcoming the No. 5 barrier on the front line this week and proving too good for her eight rivals. She will again be driven by Gary Hall jun. She will be one of 14 runners from the Hall stable which looks set for yet another highly successful evening. The stable also has high hopes for other mares in Askmenow (2536m Retravision Pace) and Chloe Vargarita (2536m Make Smoking History Pace. Askmenow has won stylishly at her past four starts (since resuming from a spell) and will be strongly fancied in a field of seven which includes other Hall runners in Why Live Dangerously and Heavens Delight, as well as the Ross Olivieri-trained Hez The Bart Man, whom is very close to another win. Chloe Vargarita impressed at her latest outing when she was last in the middle stages and finished fast to be second to Askmenow over 2130m last Friday week. by Ken Casellas
Capel trainer Andrew de Campo's bold gamble to keep Dasher VC away from racing for 11 weeks leading up to the rich group 1 events at Gloucester Park's summer carnival returned a handsome dividend when the lightly-raced New Zealand-bred six-year-old scored a superb all-the-way victory in the $250,000 Yes Loans Fremantle Cup on Friday night (January 18).
Champion harness racing reinsman Chris Lewis produced a masterful front running drive to win with Dasher VC and topple Im Themightyquinn in Friday night's $250,000 Yes Loans Fremantle Cup (2936m) at Gloucester Park.
Champion harness racing pacer, Im Themightyquinn not surprisingly heads the Player fixed Odds market for Friday night's Group One $250,000 Yes Loans Fremantle Cup at Gloucester Park.
Leading harness racing trainer Gary Hall sen. is justifiably bubbling with confidence that champion pacer Im Themightyquinn will triumph in the $250,000 Yes Loans Fremantle Cup at Gloucester Park on Friday night, but he is expecting stiff opposition from the Andrew de Campo-trained pair of Dasher VC and Lombo Navigator.
When pre-post favourite Im Themightyquinn lines up in Friday night's Group One Fremantle Cup he will be chasing an unprecedented fourth win in the race which can trace its harness racing history back to 1928.
Im Themightyquinn has drawn awkwardly on the inside of the back line in his attempt for a record fourth Group One $250,000 Yes Loans Fremantle Cup. The Champion pacer won his third successive SEW-Eurodrive WA Pacing Cup last Friday night and will be an odds on favourite to create harness racing history this week at Gloucester Park despite the challenging draw.
The twelve horses that will compete in this year's $250,000 Yes Loans Fremantle Cup at Gloucester Park have been announced by the Harness Racing Office of Racing and Wagering WA.
Two New Zealand harness racing stars who have won 61 races between them and $3 million in purses left Pukekohe this morning (Tuesday June 19).
Bring on all the challengers! That was the message loud and clear issued by harness racing superstar Im Themightyquinn after he had annihilated his rivals in a record-breaking victory in the $250,000 Yes Loans Fremantle Cup at Gloucester Park on Friday night.
Champion harness racing pacer Im Themightyquinn destroyed his rivals with a sonic-like sprint to win tonight's (Friday 20th January) Gr.1 $250,000 Yes Loans Fremantle Cup at Gloucester Park. Im Themightyquinn ($2.20 Fav.) thrashed Kiwi raider Raglan ($21.90) by 14 metres with a further 5 metres back to Lombo Navigator ($96.90) in third while carving out a race record time of 1;56.5 for the 2906m feature.
Champion trainer Gary Hall sen. predicts that harness racing superstar Im Themightyquinn will perform even better in the $250,000 Yes Loans Fremantle Cup at Gloucester Park on Friday night (January 20) than he did last week when he thundered home from last to win the $400,000 WA Pacing Cup in State record time.
Western Australian harness racing sensation Im Themightyquinn NZ won the $250,000 Group One Stallion Station Fremantle Cup at Gloucester Park last night Friday the 14th of January in spectacular fashion coming from the rear of the feild on the tight half mile track.