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Champion New Zealand harness racing trainer-reinsman Mark Purdon was disappointed when his horse Mr Mojito, the 2-1 favourite, hung in badly in the final circuit and finished fifth behind Soho Tribeca in the Golden Nugget last December and he is full of confidence he will make amends by driving the brilliant Ultimate Machete to victory in the $200,000 Retravision Golden Nugget at Gloucester Park on Friday night. “I’m looking forward to Ultimate Machete lining up in the Nugget; he’s in a really good place,” Purdon said. Ultimate Machete, a runaway winner of the Group 1 Yes Loans Four-Year-Old Classic last Friday week, will dominate betting on the 2536m event after drawing perfectly at barrier one on the front line. He also began from the No. 1 barrier in the Four-Year-Old Classic when he led for the first 150m before being crossed by Rock Diamonds. Purdon then immediately eased Ultimate Machete off the pegs and dashed the horse to the front 350m later, with the lead time a sizzling 34.6sec. Ultimate Machete was not extended as he sped over the final quarters in 28.2sec. and 28sec. and he beat the strong-finishing Handsandwheels by just under four lengths, rating 1.53.8 over the 2130m. A week before that he was in Christchurch where he raced without cover before bursting to the front in the final stages to win the group 1 Woodlands New Zealand Free-For-All at Addington, rating 1.51.9 over 1950m and beating the pacemaker Tiger Tara. He is a half-brother to the West Australian owned and trained mare Major Reality, who will contest the Group 1 $125,000 Mares Classic earlier in the 11-event program. Major Reality, trained and driven by Justin Prentice, has earned $389,739 from 20 wins and nine placings from 37 starts. Her victories include the 2015 WA Oaks, the Norms Daughter Classic and Empress Stakes in 2016 and the Golden Girls Classic at Pinjarra in March of this year. Major Reality will be fancied from her favourable barrier at No. 2 on the front line. She also started from barrier two in the Mares Classic 12 months ago when she raced without cover early before being shuffled back to tenth. Purdon also has high hopes of victory in the Mares Classic on Friday night. He will handle five-year-old A Piccadilly Princess, who will start from the inside of the back line, immediately behind speedy beginner and noted frontrunner Eden Franco. A Piccadilly Princess warmed up for this event in fine style last Friday night when she started favourite at 10/9 on from barrier two in the Parliamentarians Cup. She dashed to the front after 400m and gave a bold frontrunning display to win easily from Ideal Alice and Ameretto, rating 1.55.8 over 2130mk. A Piccadilly Princess was the 2/1 on favourite in last year’s Mares Classic when she was fourth, one-out and one-back at the bell before she locked wheels with another runner and met severe interference in the home straight. She dropped back to finish at the rear. She now has a record of 38 starts for 16 wins, eight seconds and a third for stakes of $681,718. She should enjoy an ideal passage and prove very hard to beat this week. Her chief rivals could be Ameretto and Ideal Alice. Ameretto, a six-year-old trained and driven by Kerryn Manning, will start from barrier five on the front line and she is likely to be sent forward in the early stages in a bid for the lead or for the breeze. She had a tough run in the breeze for much of the way when a fighting third behind A Piccadilly Princess last Friday night. That followed Ameretto’s victory in the Norms Daughter Classic a week earlier when she raced wide early and then in the breeze before surging to the front 700m from home. Ken Casellas

Chicago Bull has developed into an excellent sit-sprinter for champion harness racing trainer Gary Hall sen. and he has the ability to overcome the disadvantage of a wide barrier and win the $200,000 Retravision Golden Nugget Championship over 2536m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. The remarkably consistent four-year-old, who has taken no harm from minor abrasions he received when he ran into a water tank at Hall’s Serpentine property the day after he had scored a convincing victory in the McInerney Ford Classic last Friday week,  will start from the No. 8 barrier on the front line. Gary Hall jun. looks certain to restrain the little Bettor's Delight gelding at the start and will rely on his ability to sprint fast when held up for a late burst. Hall sen. is looking for his third training success in the Golden Nugget after wins with The Gold Ace in 2011 and Beaudiene Boaz last year. He also drove the Des Parr-trained Valley Champ to victory in the 1993 Golden Nugget. Hall jun. successfully adopted sit-sprint tactics when Chicago Bull started from barrier six in the McInerney Ford Classic in which the little gelding travelled kindly in tenth position for almost two laps before starting a three-wide run (with cover) approaching the bell. The final three quarters of the 2536m event were covered in 28.4sec., 28.1sec. and 28.9sec. and Chicago Bull rated 1.54.9 to set a track record for a four-year-old over 2536m. Chicago Bull took the lead 250m from home and won by one and a half lengths from the fast-finishing Vanquished, who had enjoyed a perfect run three back on the pegs. Vanquished, one of three runners from the all-conquering stables of leading trainers Greg and Skye Bond, has drawn ideally at barrier two and should enjoy a favourable run throughout. The other Bond runners are Mister Daytona (a winner at ten of his 13 starts) at barrier one and the highly-promising Galactic Star at barrier No. 5. There is a strong possibility that the Michael Brennan-trained Nathans Courage will reveal his customary early sparkling speed from barrier three to get to an early lead for Michael Grantham. Nathans Courage led from the No. 1 barrier for the first 250m before taking the trail behind hot favourite Mr Mojito in the 2130m Four-Year-Old Championship last Friday night. He ran home gamely to finish second, a length behind Mr Mojito. Ace New Zealand trainer-reinsman Mark Purdon faces a tougher task this week with the comparatively inexperienced but extremely talented Mr Mojito, who will start out wide from the No. 7 barrier. The Justin Prentice-trained Natural Disaster (barrier six) is in excellent form. He finished powerfully from 11th at the bell to finish third behind Chicago Bull in the McInerney Ford Classic. That followed his stylish all-the-way victory over Vanquished and Ideal Tyson the previous week. Another runner with sound claims is the Kim Prentice-trained Soho Tribeca, who will start from barrier four. Soho Tribeca had a torrid run and covered a lot of extra ground when a close fifth in the McInerney Classic. He also covered a lot of extra ground before winning from Cut For An Ace a week earlier. The $200,000 Retravision Golden Nugget 1 - Mister Daytona NZ by American Ideal 2 - Vanquished NZ by Bettor's Delight 3 - Nathans Courage by Courage Under Fire 4 - Soho Tribeca by American Ideal 5 - Galactic Star NZ by Bettor's Delight 6 - Natural Disaster by Shadow Play 7 - Mister Mojito NZ by Real Desire 8 - Chicago Bull NZ by Bettor's Delight 9 - Franco Rayner NZ by Live Or Die ............................................................. 10 - Johnny Disco by Jereme's Jet 11 - Harry Hoo NZ by Bettor's Delight 12 - Ideal Tyson by American Ideal 13 - Sprinter NZ (EM 1) by Mach Three 14 - Motu Gatecrasher NZ (EM 2) by Changeover Ken Casellas

Up-and-coming harness racing four-year-old Vanquished is unbeaten at three starts since resuming from a spell and he has brought prospects of extending his winning sequence when he starts from the No. 2 barrier in the field of nine in the $23,000 TABtouch Interdominion Gala Dinner on December 9 Golden Nugget Prelude at Gloucester Park on Friday night.             Ryan Warwick, the gelding’s regular reinsman, was full of praise for Vanquished after he had defeated The Storm Chief and Braeview Bomber at a 1.55.9 rate over 2130m last Friday night. Vanquished, prepared by leading trainers Greg and Skye Bond, started from the outside of the back line and settled in ninth position. He dashed forward to be fifth and sustained his three-wide burst to hit the front 470m from home. He fought of determinedly to hold off challengers in the home straight. “He was entitled to get run over on the corner,” Warwick said. “But he stuck thick and got the job done. He probably didn’t measure up to three-year-old company last season because he was a bit rushed. “He’s now had time to eat some grass and settle and work it all out. He’s come back a nice horse.” The Bettor's Delight gelding has won at ten of his past 15 starts, with his West Australian record standing at 14 starts for nine wins and two seconds. However, Vanquished, a capable leader as well as proving to be a solid come-from-behind performer, faces a stern test, with several of his rivals racing in excellent form. The Justin Prentice-trained Natural Disaster is a smart frontrunner who should be prominent from the prized No. 1 barrier. He began speedily from barrier five when an all-the-way winner by nine lengths from Chelsea Royale at a 1.57.2 rate over 2185m at Pinjarra on October 31. Natural Disaster then started from the outside barrier (No. 5) at Pinjarra on Monday of last week when he was always at the rear and paced roughly in the final stages before finishing a well-beaten tenth behind Soho Tribeca. Pinjarra trainer Gary Elson holds a good hand in the race with Sprinter (barrier three) and Ideal Tyson (No. 9). Sprinter has won at 13 of his 25 starts and should fight out the finish from his favourable draw, but Ideal Tyson (a winner at 13 of his 27 starts) faces a much tougher assignment from the outside barrier. Ace trainer Gary Hall sen. also has two runners in Mach Time (No. 7) and King Lebron (No. 8). Neither can be underestimated, but they will new a shade of luck from their wide barriers. Ken Casellas

A dashing frontrunning harness racing performance by Soho Tribeca at Pinjarra on Monday was a convincing indication that the American Ideal stallion will be a leading contender for the $200,000 Golden Nugget Championship at Gloucester Park on December 9. Soho Tribeca, having his first start in Western Australia and his first for trainer-reinsman Kim Prentice, was a 2/1 second favourite for the $25,000 Four-Year-Old Classic at Pinjarra and he gave a sample of his class when he set the pace and sprinted over the final 400m in a dazzling 26.5sec. to win by a metre from Franco Rayner (who had trailed him throughout). The brilliant Chicago Bull, early warm favourite for the Golden Nugget, worked hard in the breeze and battled on grandly to finish 2m away in third place. Soho Tribeca’s 30 starts for WA owner-breeder Rob Watson have produced ten wins, ten seconds and three thirds. Another Golden Nugget hope Mr Mojito notched his seventh win from eight starts when he settled in ninth position, surged forward to the breeze at the bell and cruised to the front 70m from the finish to win, untouched, from Captain Doimio at a 1.55.2 rate over 2600m at Addington on Tuesday. The Real Desire four-year-old was driven by Natalie Rasmussen, who trains the gelding in partnership with Mark Purdon. The Purdon-Rasmussen combination won six of the 12 events on Tuesday, including the $765,000 New Zealand Cup, a stand over 3200m with champion four-year-old Lazarus, the even-money favourite. Lazarus, driven by Purdon, coasted to victory by ten lengths over Tiger Tara, with Titan Banner third and Smolda fourth. Smolda, a leading candidate for the TABtouch interdominion championship in Perth next month, led briefly in the first circuit and then trailed the pacemaker Lazarus. He had every chance and battled on doggedly into fourth place. Highly-ranked stablemate Have Faith In Me (driven by Rasmussen) disappointed in finishing thirteenth and the Robert Dunn-trained Franco Nelson, ranked No. 5 for the Inters, finished sixth. Have Faith In Me raced at the rear before starting a three-wide run approaching the bell. He moved into fourth place 700m from home, but then galloped hopelessly and dropped back in the field of 15.     Ken Casellas

All the pre race talk before this years harness racing $200,000 Golden Nugget at Gloucester Park today was how did they beat the Gary Hall sen trained Beaudiene Boaz. The four year old son of Badlands Hanover had been in great touch lately and from his handy draw of five, his driver Gary Hall jnr had all the options as to how he drove the favourite. Kiwi Legend and Mark Reed burnt early from barrier two to lead before handing up after 700 metres to Beaudiene Boaz and Gary Hall jnr. The favourite's stablemate Runoneover with Clinton Hall in the bike worked forward to the death seat shortly after giving Menin Gate some cover after he had worked very hard in the first round. From there there was no great changes in the running order with Beaudiene Boaz skipping clear on the last corner and he comfortably held them at bay in the run to the line. Kiwi Legend worked home late from the trail to be just as clearly second in front of a very game Runoneover who even though he over raced throughout the race, never game in in the run to the judge. Menin Gate disappointed once again and looked very uncomfortable on the half mile track at Gloucester Park. Beaudiene Boaz paced the 2536 metres in a very sharp 3:02.4, a mile rate of 1:55.7 with closing sectionals of 57.5 and 28.7 A large six figure purchase out of the Ray Green barn in New Zealand after he had won the 2 year old Harness Jewels at Cambridge, Beaudiene Boaz has more than paid his way. Todays win in the Golden Nugget was his 19th win from just 26 starts and took his earnings to just shy of $700,000. It is little surprise that Beaudiene Boaz has progressed as well as he has since moving to Perth. His full sister Beaudiene Bad Babe 1:55.7 was an outstanding age group performer in New Zealand, earning over $400,000 in her career. The next big question for the connections of Beaudiene Boaz is will they head east for the $200,000 Chariots Of Fire.? Harnesslink Media  

Leading harness racing trainer Gary Hall sen. declared that brilliant four-year-old Beaudiene Boaz is at his peak and has excellent prospects of completing a rich feature double by winning the $200,000 Retravision Golden Nugget Championship at Gloucester Park on Sunday afternoon. If Gary Hall jun. drives Beaudiene Boaz to victory in the group 1 classic the New Zealand-bred horse will become the tenth pacer to achieve the McInerney Ford Classic-Golden Nugget double. This list includes pacers of the calibre of Salinger, Saab, Mr Yankee, Lombo Pocket Watch and Bonavista Bay. Last year the Hall stable just failed to achieve this feat when Waylade, winner of the McInerney Ford Classic, finished second to Libertybelle Midfrew in the Nugget. On Friday night of last week Beaudiene Boaz started from the back line in the McInerney Ford Classic and finished strongly from seventh at the bell to get up and snatch victory by a nose from stablemate and pacemaker Run Oneover when the final quarters of the 2130m event were covered in  28.9sec., 28.3sec., 28.6sec. and 28.2sec. This improved Beaudiene Boaz’s record to 25 starts for 18 wins, three placings and $572,504 in stakemoney. “Beaudiene Boaz is in top form and will go as well in the Nugget as he did last week,” Hall said. “From the draw, Run Oneover could be the main danger.” Run Oneover, to be driven by Clint Hall, will start from barrier four on the front line with Beaudiene Boaz (Gary Hall jun.) at No. 5. “The draws could have been worse and everything is under control, as much as I can get things under control,” said Hall sen. “I’m very happy with both of them. They worked together at home this morning (Wednesday). It was just pacework before they ran home, and they ran home very quickly and finished on terms.” The promising, lightly-raced Kiwi Legend came into contention after drawing favourably at No. 2 and he has sound prospects of giving Henley Brook trainer Mike Reed and his son, reinsman Mark, another success in the Nugget after they combined to win the 2014 Nugget with Libertybelle Midfrew. Kiwi Legend has raced only 13 times for six wins and four placings. He trailed the pacemaker Bettor Reward when a well-beaten third behind that pacer and Beaudiene Boaz in the 2536m Four-Year-Old Championship on November 27. Beaudiene Boaz raced without cover for most of the journey and Bettor Reward, a 33/1 chance, was untroubled to win by three lengths, rating 1.56.6. Bettor Reward, trained and driven by Justin Prentice, maintained his form with a solid third to Beaudiene Boaz in the McInerney Ford Classic. He again should be prominent despite starting from the outside (barrier three) on the back line. Victorian pacers Menin Gate and Cruz Bromac will have admirers, but will need some luck from awkward draws. Menin Gate has had no luck when unplaced at his first two WA starts in recent weeks, while the lightly-raced Cruz Bromac trailed the pacemaker Run Oneover and was hampered for a clear run in the final stages when fourth behind Beaudiene Boaz in the McInerney Ford Classic. Ken Casellas

The field for the $200,000 Retravision Golden Nugget for harness racing 4 year old Pacers to be run at Gloucester Park this Sunday, Inter Dominion Grand Final Day.....BE THERE... Field below in barrier order...... 1] El Comacho NZ….....By.. Bettors Delight 2] Kiwi Legend NZ…....By...Art Major 3] Tricky Styx NZ…......By ..Jeremes Jet 4] Run Oneover NZ........By....Changeover 5] Beaudiene Boaz NZ ...By...Badlands Hanover 6] Menin Gate …......By...Somebeachsomewhere 7] The Revolution ….By...Northen Luck 8] Cruz Bromac NZ …....By...Falcon Seelster 9] Rycroft NZ…............By...Elsu 10] Master Jaxon.......By....Cams Fool 11] Red Hot Major......By....Art Major 12] Bettor Reward …...By...Bettors Delight Well it could be a real special day if El Comacho wins the Golden Nugget and Lovers Delight wins the $1,3 Million Inter Dominion Grand Final..... WHY.......Because they are full brothers.... Both sired by Bettor's Delight out of the New Zealand mare..Love Isin The Air, and bred four years apart by.. I L LOCHHEAD, C J LOCHHEAD, NZ. El Comacho race career so far is..20 Starts..4 Wins..4 Seconds...2 Thirds... Prizemoney..$41,000+ and a best 1.58.9MR...Before being exported to Western Australia in March 2015.. El Comacho had just the 7 starts in New Zealand including one win and earnings over $11,000.. The only mare in the race is Tricky Styx who starts from the 3 gate, her career earnings are ove $214,000 and a best of 1.56.4MR but she will need some luck, as both the one and two horse's have gate speed. Stable mates Run Oneover and Beaudiene Boaz have drawn gates 4 & 5 respectively. They both will probably have to do work to get a good position in running, Beaudiene Boaz is one of the class performers of the race, $572,504 and a best of 1.53.8MR for the son of Badlands Hanover... Another fancy prior to the barrier draw was Bettor Reward, however he has drawn the 12 which is wide on the second line. This is a very open race with many chances and should be a great race to watch. Courtesy of Standardbred Breeding For All

The Barrier Draw was conducted on TAB Radio this morning for the $200,000 Retravision Golden Nugget to be run at Gloucester Park this Sunday. The field is; 1 El Comacho 2 Kiwi Legend 3 Tricky Styx 4 Run Oneover 5 Beaudiene Boaz 6 Menin Gate 7 The Revolution 8 Cruz Bromac 9 Rycroft 10 Master Jaxon 11 Red Hot Major 12 Bettor Reward 1st EM Rub Of The Green

Promising four-year-old Run Oneover is improving in leaps and bounds and has bright prospects of qualifying for a start in the $200,000 Golden Nugget Championship on December 13 by winning the Slater Gartrell Sports Nugget Prelude over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Run Oneover managed just three wins from 16 starts in New Zealand, but has impressed with his six wins and two thirds from nine starts for trainer Gary Hall sen. in Western Australia. Gary Hall jun. will be in the sulky behind Run Oneover when he starts from the No. 2 barrier on Friday night. The gelding possesses good gate speed and is a smart frontrunner. However, polemarker Our Black Diamonds (Kim Prentice) is also a good frontrunner and Run Oneover could face the prospect of racing without cover. However, Run Oneover has plenty of strength and is capable of working in the breeze and still winning. Run Oneover caused a major upset at Pinjarra on Monday of last week when he enjoyed an ideal passage, one-out and one-back for most of the way before finishing strongly to defeat his outstanding stablemate Beaudiene Boaz in a $25,000 feature event, rating 1.55.7 over the 2185m journey. The quarters of the final mile were 29.8sec., 28.5sec., 26.8sec. and 27.5sec. Run Oneover faces serious challenges from the Mike Reed-trained pair of Kiwi Legend (Mark Reed) and Rycroft (Chris Lewis) and the Michael Brennan-trained gelding Rub of the Green (Chris Voak). Kiwi Legend has won at six of his 11 starts, Rycroft at eight of his 12 starts and Rub of the Green at six of his 12 starts. Kiwi Legend chalked up a hat-trick of wins in September and October before disappointing at Pinjarra on Monday of last week when he set the pace before wilting to sixth behind Run Oneover. That was his first outing for three weeks and he is capable of considerable improvement. Rycroft also was found wanting in that race, in which he was always at the rear after being restrained from the No. 6 barrier. Rub of the Green is an interesting runner at his Gloucester Park debut. A winner at one of his five New Zealand starts, he has raced seven times in Western Australia for five wins (two each at Northam and Bunbury and one at Pinjarra) and two seconds. He has won easily at his first two starts as a four-year-old. “He’s going to get a nice run on Friday night and we should get some idea of where he’s going,” said trainer Michael Brennan. “He’s going really well and we haven’t tested him yet. He’s been doing all those races on the bit with the ear plugs in. Obviously he’s taking on Run Oneover, Kiwi Legend and those sort of horses. They’re high quality horses, but I’d like to think he can run a place.” Rub of the Green is a half-brother to Your Good Fortune, who earned $182,479 from 14 wins and 11 placings from 43 starts. Your Good Fortune finished 11th behind Im Victorious in the Golden Nugget Championship in December 2012 and then won at his next four starts, including the group 3 Four and Five-Year-Old Championship in which he beat Famous Alchemist and Dredlock Rockstar. Ken Casellas

Up-and-coming star Delightful Offer will start an ambitious harness racing campaign, culminating in the $200,000 Golden Nugget Championship in December, when he contests the $19,000 Ross North Homes Pace over 2536m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. The lightly-raced four-year-old, the youngest and least experienced runner in the race, has the raw ability to overcome the significant disadvantage of starting from the outside barrier (No. 9) on the front line and has bright prospects of notching a first-up victory for owner-trainers Greg and Skye Bond. The gelding will be making his first appearance since his unlucky half-length second to Another Vinnie in the group 3 John Higgins Memorial at Gloucester Park on July 24 when he raced in the breeze before being checked and breaking for a couple of strides 250m from home. That effort followed easy wins at his four previous starts. His 23 starts have produced ten wins and seven placings and he is sure to be a leading contender for the rich Gloucester Park treble of the $50,000 Four-Year-Old Championship (November 27), the $125,000 McInerney Ford Classic (December 4) and the $200,000 Golden Nugget Championship (December 13). The Golden Nugget is one of the few feature events in WA that have eluded the Bonds. The have had nine Nugget starters for just one third placing. Before forming a training partnership with his wife, Greg Bond had seven Nugget runners for only one third placing. Last season the Bonds were represented in the Nugget by Bettor Offer, a full-brother to Delightful Offer, who started from barrier five in the Nugget and was trapped wide early before being restrained back to eighth. He was forced wide in the final circuit and finished eighth behind Libertybelle Midfrew. This week Delightful Offer meets only moderate opposition and should have little difficulty in winning. Ten of his 11 rivals have losing sequences of ten or more. The only recent winner is eight-year-old Ergo, who scored a head victory against modest opposition in Kalgoorlie three starts ago. Among Delightful Offer’s rivals are stablemates Mr Nickel and Black Mr Mach, who have losing sequences of 18 and 11, respectively. Each is capable of being placed, and so too are Lennys In Heaven (a fighting second to Glenferrie Rustler at Northam  on Sunday), Dashing Christian (a sound fourth behind Bettor Offer at Gloucester Park last Friday week) and Romulus (third to Jumbo Jet at Gloucester Park last Friday night). The Bonds are also hopeful that Change Stride will develop into a candidate for this season’s feature events for four-year-olds. He resumed after a spell at Narrogin on Tuesday night when he started from 20m, sped to the front after 550m and won by three lengths from Daddys Dollar at a 2.3.1 rate over 2636m.  That was his first appearance since July 14 and it improved his record to 19 starts for seven wins and six placings.   by Ken Casellas Related Fields for Gloucester Park, Friday 16 October 2015 Form guide for Gloucester Park, Friday 16 October 2015

Harness racing fans will only have to wait a few months until the TABtouch Perth Inter Dominion carnival to see the much anticipated clash between star three year olds Menin Gate and Beaudiene Boaz. It was tipped the two stars would meet in the upcoming Breeders Crown series, before Gary Hall Snr decided to keep his WA Derby winner at home. Menin Gate’s trainer Larry Eastman will give his three time Group 1 winner a short break after the Breeders Crown before preparing the ‘Birchip Bull’ for the $125,000 4YO McInerney Classic and the $200,000 Golden Nugget Championship. “The money is too good to bypass and this will be his major aim in his four-year-old campaign, which means I will bypass the Chariots of Fire in Sydney because he will go for a big spell after Perth,” Eastman said. Menin Gate has become one of the most popular horses in the sport thanks to his group of owners, who come from the Mallee towns of Birchip and Wycheproof in country Victoria. “It’s been a tough couple of years for the country towns in the Mallee." "The drought has hit a few of those towns pretty hard and Menin Gate has been able to put a smile of the faces of the locals and has given them something to look forward to." “The whole town of Birchip especially has fallen in love with him. They all think they own him and the owners shout the bar when he wins". "Even Father Eugene stops his service to listen to Menin Gate’s races,” Eastman said. The clash between Beaudiene Boaz and Menin Gate is set to be one of the highlights of the season and both Hall Snr and Eastman are looking forward to the clash. “It’s great for the sport to build up these kind of rivalries and I have so much respect for Beaudine Boaz and he’s trained by the legend Gary Hall Snr, so Menin Gate will have to be at the top of his game”, Eastman said. Hall Snr is also looking forward to testing his star against a top quality pacer, who has proven he can mix it with the best in Australasia. “We usually have to travel across to them to take on the best, so I think its great Larry has decided to send Menin Gate for the carnival." "It will be great for the carnival and I suppose the draws will decide which horse starts favourite," Hall Snr said. Gareth Hall

Same family but a better Golden Nugget result. Hazelmere harness racing trainer Mike Reed won last night’s $175,000 Group One Retravision Golden Nugget Championship after a brilliant drive from his son Mark who got the mare Libertybelle Midfrew home a clear winner from favourite Waylade and Bobbies A Star.   The daughter of Christian Cullen has now won 11 races and $436,452 in stakes with eight of those wins coming at Gloucester Park.   In the 1989 Golden Nugget Championship Mike Reed trained and drove the Western Australian bred Manageable into third place behind the Victorian trained duo of Sinbad Bay and Another Bart.   It was arguably the strongest field to ever contest Western Australia’s premier race for 4yos with Manageable being one of only four WA trained horses in the ten horse field.   Manageable was an outstanding example of the WA bred horse and after wins in the Western Gateway Pace and Sires Produce Classic as a 3yo he had a sensational 4yo season.   Prior to his Golden Nugget placing Manageable had finished second to Village Kid in a prelude and the final of that year’s WA Pacing Cup. That season he won the Coca Cola Pace (fore-runner of the McInerney Ford Classic) and the WA 4&5yo Championship (fore-runner of the WA 4yo Championship) and after his Nugget placing he won the August Cup, Winter Cup and Navy Cup.   Manageable won a total of 27 races and $316,811 in stakes with 23 of his wins at Gloucester Park and Richmond Raceway in city class races.   That Mike Reed should train two such great 4yos is notable enough but remarkably the two champions are related and share a common ancestress.   Manageable’s third dam Hilda Grattan won a WA Derby for trainer Jim Hand and driver Fred Kersley Snr. Hilda Grattan was a full-sister to Lady Grattan who figures as the fifth dam of Libertybelle Midfrew. This is the maternal family of Lady Irving who was in fact the grand-dam of Hilda Grattan and Lady Grattan.   Libertybelle Midfrew     After race interview       Alan Parker Harness Historian, Pedigrees and Trivia  

Champion reinsman Gary Hall jun. is not fazed at Waylade’s awkward barrier at No. 6 on the front line and has full confidence that the lightly-raced, inexperienced four-year-old will give him his 39th victory in a group 1 event by proving the master of his 11 rivals in the $175,000 Retravision Golden Nugget Championship at Gloucester Park on Friday night. The 32-year-old Hall, who has also driven the winners of 26 group 2 events and 40 group 3 races, is refusing to become flustered at the wide draw and he declared that the Nugget was “just another race for us.” However, he conceded that barrier six presented a great challenge for the immature New Zealand-bred gelding who has had only nine starts. But the Hall stable is used to confronting challenges head-on and overcoming them with monotonous regularity. “We’ll probably find out a lot about him,” Hall said. “And we’ll probably have to come from behind.” Waylade, prepared by master trainer Gary Hall sen., is well on truly on target of bringing up the third leg of the prestigious Triple Crown for four-year-olds, after his superb victories in the $50,000 Four-year-Old Championship and $125,000 McInerney Ford Classic in the past three weeks. Waylade has bright prospects of becoming the seventh pacer to complete the McInerney Ford Classic-Golden Nugget double in 19 years since the McInerney Ford Classic was first run. The double has been achieved by Salinger (1997), Saab (1998), Gee Whiz Fizz (2005), Mr Yankee (2006), Lombo Pocket Watch (2007) and Bonavista Bay (2009).   Sixty-five-year-old Hall sen. had no hesitation in declaring that Waylade was the best of his six runners in the Golden Nugget. He said that the initial plans were for Waylade to go back from his wide barrier and then hope for a bit of luck. “He will be as good as he was when he won the McInerney Ford Classic,” he said. “He hasn’t been extended in his past three wins and I’m sure he’s the one to beat. If it is a truly-run race, as I’m sure it will be, he will be very hard to beat.” At his most recent start, in the 2536m McInerney Ford Classic last Friday week, Waylade was smartest into stride from the No. 2 barrier before setting a solid pace and strolling to victory by just under  four lengths from Bettor Offer, who fought on doggedly after working hard in the breeze for most of the journey. A week earlier Waylade started from barrier four on the front line and raced without cover before winning the 2130m Four-Year-Old Championship from VC Manoeuvre and Bettor Offer. And a week before that Waylade raced in the breeze and won a Nugget Prelude over 2536m from Classic American and Soho Lennon. The Hall camp’s other five runners are Majorly Foxy Styx (No. 2 barrier on the front line), Soho Lennon (No. 3), A Boy Named Rosie (No. 7), VC Manoeuvre (inside of the back line) and Classic American (outside of the back line). Majorly Foxy Styx, a brilliant all-the-way winner of the group 1 Mares Classic at a 1.56.3 rate over 2130m last Friday night, will be driven for the first time by champion reinsman Chris Lewis and looks certain to be a freewheeling pacemaker. “Much depends on how she settles, but she should be there at the finish,” Hall sen. said. “Soho Lennon worked in great style this morning and he should gain the one-out, one-back position. He will be an improver.” Soho Lennon will be driven by Hall’s elder son Clint, with Kim Prentice engaged for A Boy Named Rosie, Nathan Turvey for VC Manoeuvre and Lauren Jones for Classic American. Hall sen. discounted A Boy Named Rosie’s chances from the outside barrier, but said that VC Manoeuvre and Classic American were capable of winning. “VC Manoeuvre should race three back on the pegs and he’s a definite blowout chance,” he said. “Classic American will be driven quietly and will be looking to follow through behind VC Manoeuvre. He’s flying and 2536m will be right up his alley.” Majorly Foxy Styx and the Mike Reed-trained Libertybelle Midfrew are the only mares in the 12-horse field and each will have admirers, even though only one mare, the frontrunning Countess Kala, in 1999, has been successful in the 34-year history of the Nugget. Reed, who trained Tricky Vic for his Nugget win in 2002, predicted that Libertybelle Midfrew would run a big race, saying: “Barrier two on the back line is a really good draw for her, particularly being behind such a quick beginner as Majorly Foxy Styx. Libertybelle Midfrew has won over 2536m and she’ll be doing nothing on Friday night, while the others will be doing all the work. She’s a great each-way chance.” Michael Brennan, who prepared Im Victorious for his Nugget win two years ago, will be represented by Billies A Star, who has just arrived in Western Australia after having ten starts in New Zealand for four wins and three placings. His best and most impressive effort was at his most recent appearance, when he was successful at a 1.57.9 rate in a 2600m mobile at Addington on November 14. He settled in tenth position , started a three-wide move at the 1500m mark before gaining a one-out, one-back sit and bursting to the front 200m from home and winning by just over two lengths. Billies A Star has drawn the coveted No. 1 barrier and Luke McCarthy is generally expected to take the trail behind the free-running Majorly Foxy Styx. Trainers Greg and Skye Bond are hoping for a change of fortune with Bettor Offer after the gelding’s third and second placings behind Waylade at his latest starts. Bettor Offer has not drawn well at No. 5 on the front line. “He has trained on in great style after his second in the McInerney Ford after racing in the breeze,” Greg Bond said. “We’ll be rolling forward and this might work for us or it might work against us. This horse has a bright future and he goes well in big races.” Colin Brown will again be in the sulky behind Bettor Offer and he will be drawing confidence on the fact that Bettor Offer set the pace and won by more than two lengths from Waylade over 2130m at Gloucester Park on October 31. Boyanup trainer Justin Prentice is confident that Mista Rush will be prominent after starting from barrier four on the back line. Mista Rush has won at eight of his 17 starts. “If he runs up to his ability he will be right there,” the 26-year-old Prentice said. “I really like the horse and I think he is right up there with the best four-year-olds in the State. His work yesterday was as good as it has ever been.” Kade Howson, who has driven Mr Yankee (2006) and Schinzig Buller (2008) to victory in the Nugget, trains the promising Ohoka Cooper, who will be driven by Chris Voak from barrier four on the front line. “It’s a tricky draw and we will need to find a nice spot,” Howson said. “He’ll run out the 2536m and that’s in his favour.” Three Blind Mice, the WA Derby winner last season, will start from barrier three on the back line and trainer-reinsman Matt White said that he would be relying on a good tempo in the race. “That will help him to ruin on solidly late,” he said. The latest market: 7/4 Waylade, 7/2 Bettor Offer, 5 Libertybelle Midfrew, 6 Majorly Foxy Styx, 7 Billies A Star, 25 Soho Lennon, Classic American, 40 VC Manoeuvre, 66 Ohoka Cooper, 100 Three Blind Mice, Mista Rush. Tricky Styx will be hard to catch Brilliant filly Tricky Styx, who is noted for her devastating finishing bursts, looks set to be seen in the role of pacemaker when she contests the 2130m Retravision Air Conditioning Pace for three-year-olds at Gloucester Park on Friday night. She has drawn perfectly at barrier one on the front line and reinsman Aiden de Campo said he expected her to set the pace and prove hard to run down. Tricky Styx, a winner of five races as a two-year-old, has resumed this season in grand form for Northam trainer Jesse Moore and looks set to be a leading contender for the WA Oaks early next year. At her first two starts as a three-year-old Tricky Styx has scored runaway wins (by a combined margin of 64.8 metres) over 2190m and 1780m at Northam last month. She has won at seven of her 11 starts and her clash on Friday night with unbeaten fillies Nuala and Im Justforyou will be a highlight of the meeting. The fillies will be opposed by three colts and one gelding. “I’ll speak to Jesse regarding tactics,” de Campo said. “We’ve always wanted to see if she can lead. She did lead from barrier two and easily won a heat of the Diamond Classic last May. She has come back in this preparation a lot more relaxed and in my opinion I’ll be trying to hold the front, not wanting to give the others a head start. “Her final 800m is really dazzling and I think that she can produce a similar sprint after bowling along in front. She’s quite a big, tough filly and I can’t see toughness being a problem for her. The opposition is pretty good and the three fillies are probably the best horses in the race, even though the other runners are pretty smart. Jesse said that Tricky Styx probably would have four or five starts before giving her a spell and then getting her primed for the Oaks.” Nuala, to be driven by Clint Hall for his father, leading trainer Gary Hall sen., will be making her first appearance since she made an auspicious Australian debut, winning easily over 2185m at Pinjarra on August 25 after racing wide early and then setting the pace. She also won easily at her only start in New Zealand, over 2000m at Oamaru in mid-May. “Nuala is a high-class filly and will go well,” said Hall sen. “She will need the run, but is still a winning chance. She has a tricky draw and this is a tough race.” Im Justforyou (who will be driven by Chris Lewis from barrier three) has not been seriously challenged at her three starts, winning in New Zealand in September and at Pinjarra in October and November. “She has won at both her WA starts pretty impressively and I think she is a genuine Oaks filly,” said trainer Clive Dalton. “She’s got a bit of depth about her and I expect her to run a good race on Friday night. “She’s got a bit of class and rated 1.57.5 in each of her wins over 1684m at Pinjarra. In the first of those runs she started from barrier seven and came from well back and ran the final 400m in 27.1sec. At her next start, her first run for five weeks, she breezed and fought it out very well. “Tricky Styx has the draw in her favour and will be hard to beat. Im Justforyou will be running on whatever happens.” Opposing the fillies will are three pacers (Red Hot Major, Mister Ardee and Arturus) trained by Gary Elson and the Callan Suvaljko-trained Blacklist. Mister Ardee is extremely consistent, with his 21 starts producing four wins, nine seconds, six thirds, a fourth and a seventh placing. Olivieri likes Earl Or Nothing Oakford trainer Ross Olivieri is proud of Earl Or Nothing’s consistency and he has high hopes that the Queensland-bred eight-year-old will keep up the good work by winning the 2503m Hisense Trotters Handicap at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Earl Or Nothing, to be driven by Chris Lewis, is ideally drawn in the stand at No. 1 on the front line and he meets many of his rivals on better terms than he has in recent months. “He has been consistent and compared with some of the races he’s been in lately he gets a really good pull on the handicaps,” Olivieri said. “He’s given these horses starts or has been on the same mark as them. “He’s off the front and I’m happy about that. He’s versatile and has won after leading. I reckon he’s a shade better coming from behind, but I’ll leave the tactics up to Chris. It won’t be easy on Friday night and of all the barriers No. 1 off the front is not my favourite draw. But I suppose I shouldn’t complain; I don’t get No. 1 very often.” Earl Or Nothing started off 60m over 2631m at Pinjarra on Monday of last week and finished a creditable fourth behind Enjoy A Coldie, who started off the 30m mark. Enjoy A Coldie, trained and driven by Nathan Turvey, will start off 10m on Friday night, meaning that Earl Or Nothing will meet Enjoy A Coldie on 40m better terms.      Earl Or Nothing has had eight starts in Western Australia for five wins, two seconds and a fourth. Looming as some of the main dangers to Earl Or Nothing are Retained and Enjoy A Malabu. The nine-year-old Retained (10m) should figure in the finish. He has been driven in all of his 18 WA starts by his trainer Clive Dalton for five wins and three placings. He raced wide early and then had a tough run in the breeze before finishing a head second to Enjoy A Malabu over 2130m at Gloucester Park on Tuesday of last week. “That was a big run and I have put Luke McCarthy on him this week. I’ll tell Luke to go forward to the breeze.” Enjoy A Malabu (20m) is in splendid for Wundowie trainer Bruce Stanley and has won at three of his past six starts. He unwound a typical strong finishing burst to win from Retained at Gloucester Park on Tuesday of last week. by Ken Casellas

Waylade draws awkwardly – Mares Classic winner draws to lead again Waylade has dominated the 4yo features at Gloucester Park this season with wins in the Group Two 4yo Championship and Group One McInerney Ford Classic at his past two starts. His prospects for a clean sweep of Western Australia’s 4yo classics took a hit at this afternoon’s barrier draw when he draw barrier six on the front line. Stablemate Majorly Foxy Styx drew ideally in barrier two however the daughter of Art Major is yet to race beyond 2200 metres and the Golden Nugget over the 2536 metres will be the unknown factor. Trainer Gary Hall has engaged Chris Lewis to drive Majorly Foxy Styx and while Lewis hasn’t driven the mare before he is the most successful driver in the history of the race having won it four times. The 2014 Group One Retravision Golden Nugget Championship (in barrier draw) order is as follows: Number   Horse                                         Driver                                       Trainer 1 BILLIES A STAR NZ                      L A (Luke) McCarthy                 M G (Michael) Brennan 2 MAJORLY  FOXY STYX NZ         A C (Chris) Lewis                    G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) 3 SOHO LENNON                           C W (Clinton) Hall                   G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) 4 OHOKA COOPER NZ                  C D (Chris) Voak                     K K (Kade) Howson 5 BETTOR OFFER NZ                    C D (Colin) Brown                   G S (Greg and Skye) Bond 6 WAYLADE NZ                              G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr)               G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) 7 A BOY NAMED ROSIE NZ          K N (Kim) Prentice                   G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) 8 VC MANOEUVRE NZ                  N A (Nathan) Turvey               G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) 9 LIBERTYBELLE MIDFREW NZ   M B (Mark) Reed                    M G (Mike) Reed 10 THREE BLIND MICE NZ           M W (Matthew) White             M W (Matthew) White 11 MISTA RUSH                            J K (Justin) Prentice               J K (Justin) Prentice 12 CLASSIC AMERICAN NZ         L C (Lauren) Jones (C)           G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) Em 1 TASMANIAN BROMAC        J K (Justin) Prentice               J K (Justin) Prentice Em 2 ULTIMATE MAJOR NZ        A C (Chris) Lewis                    A L (Andrew) De Campo   Race 7 – Retravision Golden Nugget Championship Betting now open. Paul Hurley Harness Book Manager T +61 2 9218 1209  M +61 417 698 793 495 Harris Street, Ultimo, NSW 2007

Waylade can become youngest winner of 4yo Golden Nugget Championship. Waylade has dominated the 4yo features at Gloucester Park this season with wins in the Group Two 4yo Championship and Group One McInerney Ford Classic at his past two starts. Should Waylade complete the 4yo treble for trainer Gary Hall in Friday night’s Group One $175,000 Retravision Golden Nugget Waylade will become the youngest winner of the race. Waylade was born on New Years Day 2011 so in fact will not become a 4yo until next month. Even more remarkable is that Waylade was born in New Zealand and that country’s breeding season commences on August 1st compared to the Australian season commencement date of September 1st. . Seven of the 34 previous winners of the Golden Nugget were born in the month of December with the youngest winner of the race being Im Victorious which was foaled on 16th December 2008. Waylade will be giving away four months to the oldest of the runners in this year’s Nugget – Bettor Offer was foaled on 1st September 2010. Other trainers records The outstanding mares Majorly Foxy Styx and Libertybelle Midfrew will become the 34th and 35th mares to contest a Golden Nugget Championship when they line up in Friday’s Group One feature. The 33 mares among the 368 starters in previous Golden Nuggets represents just 8.96% of the total starters and between them the mares have tallied just one win three seconds and three thirds. The mares previously placed in a Golden Nugget are listed below. Date                 Trainer                          Driver                         Mare                 Place       Sire 24/01/1992  R J (Rod) Chambers  R J (Rod) Chambers  Whitbys Miss Penny        2  Booth Hanover 27/01/1995  N J (Neil) Lloyd           N J (Neil) Lloyd            Norms Daughter              2  Northern Lights 10/12/1999  N J (Noel) Keiley        L B (Lindsay) Harper   Countess Kala NZ         1 Bard From Wagering 15/12/2000  G L (Grant) Williams   G L (Grant) Williams    Black And Blue              3 Northern Lights 20/02/2004  A R (Aiden) Warwick  D G (Darren) Kerr        Lombo La Fe Fe            2 Troublemaker 20/02/2004  A R (Aiden) Warwick   A R (Aiden) Warwick  Party Date                       3 Panorama 8/04/2005    S (Sam) Torre             S (Sam) Torre                Spicey Hot                       3 Classic Garry Party Date’s 5yo son Bettor Party won at Gloucester Park last Friday night

Harness Racing trainer Gary Hall provides half the field for the hardest race for him to win Western Australia’s leading trainer Gary Hall will provide six of the 12 starters in Friday night’s Group One $175,000 Retravision Golden Nugget 4yo Championship at Gloucester Park. In the 34 previous runnings of the race Hall has provided a total of 29 starters for an unspectacular result of one win, five seconds and one third placing. His first starter was High Leverage in 1986 which finished fourth behind the Victorian Vanderport. Hall’s previous biggest representation in a Golden Nugget was three starters in the 2005 Nugget won by Gee Whiz Fizz. It is not as if his starters lacked quality either as his champions Im Themightyquinn and The Falcon Strike were placed in the race while his only win came courtesy of millionaire New Zealand pacer The Gold Ace in 2011. Other trainers records The most successful trainer in the history of the Golden Nugget is Greg Harper whose ten runners produced four winners and a third placing. Three of the State’s younger trainers in Justin Prentice (Mista Rush), Kade Howson (Ohoka Cooper) and Matthew White (Three Blind Mice) will have their first Golden Nugget starters this year in their capacity as trainer. Both Howson (Schinzig Buller and Mr Yankee) and Prentice (Im Victorious) have driven previous winners of the race. The Mike Reed trained mare Libertybelle Midfrew will become his eighth starter in a Golden Nugget. Reed’s previous seven starters have produced a winner in Tricky Vic in 2002 a second and two thirds. In addition the 2009 winner Bonavista Bay was stabled at Reed’s Hazelmere property by Victorian trainer Emma Stewart. Pinjarra trainer Michael Brennan will gear up just his second Golden Nugget starter in New Zealand import Billies A Star on Friday night. Brennan’s only previous starter in the race was the 2012 winner Im Victorious which was driven for Brennan by Justin Prentice. The 2013 Golden Nugget winner Nowitzki was stabled with Brennan by trainer Daniel Jack and should Billies A Star win this year’s Nugget it will provide an unusual stabling record. Greg and Skye Bond will gear up their ninth Nugget starter with Bettor Offer on Friday night. Their previous eight runners in the race have produced a solitary third placegetter. Greg Bond had seven Golden Nugget starters in his own name before he and his wife formed their training partnership and those seven runners produced one third placegetter. This year, for just the fifth time in what will be the 35th running of the Golden Nugget, there is no Eastern States or New Zealand trained runner in the race. That is not a bad thing for local trainers in that Eastern States trainers have won 15 of the 30 Golden Nuggets in which they have had a starter. The 2014 Retravision Golden Nugget Field (Not in Barrier Order) Horse Trainer Possible Driver Status  A BOY NAMED ROSIE NZ  G E (Gary) Hall (Snr)  G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr)  Starter  BETTOR OFFER NZ  G S (Greg and Skye) Bond  C D (Colin) Brown  Starter  BILLIES A STAR NZ  M G (Michael) Brennan  L A (Luke) McCarthy  Starter  CLASSIC AMERICAN NZ  G E (Gary) Hall (Snr)  G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr)  Starter  LIBERTYBELLE MIDFREW NZ  M G (Mike) Reed  M B (Mark) Reed  Starter  MAJORLY FOXY STYX NZ  G E (Gary) Hall (Snr)  G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr)  Starter  MISTA RUSH  J K (Justin) Prentice  J K (Justin) Prentice  Starter  OHOKA COOPER NZ  K K (Kade) Howson  C D (Chris) Voak  Starter  SOHO LENNON  G E (Gary) Hall (Snr)  G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr)  Starter  THREE BLIND MICE NZ  M W (Matthew) White  M W (Matthew) White  Starter  VC MANOEUVRE NZ  G E (Gary) Hall (Snr)  G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr)  Starter  WAYLADE NZ  G E (Gary) Hall (Snr)  G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr)  Starter  TASMANIAN BROMAC  J K (Justin) Prentice  J K (Justin) Prentice  Emergency1  ULTIMATE MAJOR NZ  A L (Andrew) De Campo  A C (Chris) Lewis  Emergency2 Previous placegetters Golden Nugget Championship Date Place Trainer Driver Winner 6/02/1981 1 A L (Tony) Peacock A L (Tony) Peacock JUSTIN HANOVER 6/02/1981 2 G E (George) Turner G D (Greg) Harper CRYSTAL GLENMAR 6/02/1981 3 W A (Wilf) Powell P C (Phil) Coulson PRIDE OF KENTUCKY 12/02/1982 1 G D (Greg) Harper G D (Greg) Harper SINN FEIN 12/02/1982 2 I J (Ian) Petricevich I J (Ian) Petricevich NALAARA BOY 12/02/1982 3 M J (Michael) Day M J (Michael) Day GUNDARY FLYER 11/02/1983 1 G D (Greg) Harper F R (Fred) Kersley CLASSIC GARRY 11/02/1983 2 M D (Merv) Reinke D M (Darryl) Reinke WONDAIS MATE 11/02/1983 3 B J (Barry) Perkins R (Bob) Pollock PREUX CHEVALIER NZ 20/01/1984 1 T B (Trevor) Warwick T B (Trevor) Warwick YARRACOOLA 20/01/1984 2 A C (Chris) Lewis A C (Chris) Lewis LINCOLN LAND 20/01/1984 3 V D (Val) Pereira V D (Val) Pereira GAY BOYDEN NZ 8/02/1985 1 T B (Trevor) Warwick T B (Trevor) Warwick MORANO MAGIC NZ 8/02/1985 2 J H (Jim) Schrader J H (Jim) Schrader TAC WARRIOR NZ 8/02/1985 3 F R (Fred) Kersley F R (Fred) Kersley BOSUN AWEIGH 7/02/1986 1 D F (Don) Murphy A (Anne) Frawley VANDERPORT 7/02/1986 2 T B (Trevor) Warwick T B (Trevor) Warwick TRUNKEY WESTERNER 7/02/1986 3 G N (Graham) Taylor G N (Graham) Taylor GRAYMOORE DREAM NZ 13/02/1987 1 A C (Chris) Lewis A C (Chris) Lewis VERO PRINCE 13/02/1987 2 R V (Bob) Knight V J (Vin) Knight ALPINE FELLA NZ 13/02/1987 3 T B (Trevor) Warwick C G (Colin) Warwick MY LORD GRACE NZ 12/02/1988 1 R V (Bob) Knight V J (Vin) Knight OUR MAESTRO NZ 12/02/1988 2 I R (Dick) Lee I R (Dick) Lee RUFUS YOUNG BLOOD 12/02/1988 3 T B (Trevor) Warwick T B (Trevor) Warwick TRUNKEY STING 10/02/1989 1 R V (Bob) Knight V J (Vin) Knight SINBAD BAY 10/02/1989 2 G R (Gary) Barton G A (Gavin) Lang ANOTHER BART 10/02/1989 3 M G (Mike) Reed M G (Mike) Reed MANAGEABLE 10/02/1989 10 C G (Colin) Warwick C G (Colin) Warwick ABLE SEAMAN NZ 15/12/1989 1 V W (Vic) Frost V W (Vic) Frost WESTBURN GRANT 15/12/1989 2 R J (Rod) Chambers R J (Rod) Chambers WHITBY TIMER 15/12/1989 3 G D (Greg) Harper F R (Fred) Kersley SUR CARAGH NZ 15/12/1989 10 W D (Bill) Duffy P C (Phil) Coulson JULIAN DOE 25/01/1991 1 B A (Bryan) Rogers B A (Bryan) Rogers ADMIRAL HOLLIDAY NZ 25/01/1991 2 A F (Frank) Bratovich L B (Lindsay) Harper BANK MANAGER 25/01/1991 3 K B (Kevin) Bailey K B (Kevin) Bailey HEADLINER 24/01/1992 1 T E (Ted) Demmler T E (Ted) Demmler IMPRESSIONIST NZ 24/01/1992 2 R J (Rod) Chambers R J (Rod) Chambers WHITBYS MISS PENNY 24/01/1992 3 R (Ray) De Campo A L (Andrew) De Campo SMOOTH BUSINESS 22/01/1993 1 D T (Des) Parr G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) VALLEY CHAMP 22/01/1993 2 L B (Lindsay) Harper P C (Phil) Coulson LAKE STREET 22/01/1993 3 C L (Colin) Cummins A C (Chris) Lewis HILARION STAR 28/01/1994 1 C L (Colin) Cummins A C (Chris) Lewis FLASHING STAR 28/01/1994 2 D K (Dudley) Anderson D K (Dudley) Anderson SOUTHERN KNIGHT 28/01/1994 3 G N (Glen) Tippet B R (Brian) Gath MCRANDLE NZ 27/01/1995 1 R (Reg) Trevean T B (Trevor) Warwick SLICK VANCE NZ 27/01/1995 2 N J (Neil) Lloyd N J (Neil) Lloyd NORMS DAUGHTER 27/01/1995 3 R P (Ronan) Hargadon R P (Ronan) Hargadon SIR LEKTOR 8/12/1995 1 J P (John) Green R J (Rod) Chambers BEEFY T NZ 8/12/1995 2 G C (Geoff) Small M W (Maurice) McKendry TABARET NZ 8/12/1995 3 T B (Trevor) Warwick T B (Trevor) Warwick RIWAKA VANCE NZ 6/12/1996 1 R J (Rod) Chambers R J (Rod) Chambers MON POPPY DAY 6/12/1996 2 G A (Garry) Torto C D (Colin) Brown LORD BROOK NZ 6/12/1996 3 S D (Shane) Moore G J (Greg) Kersley TUR BEAU 5/12/1997 1 F R (Fred) Kersley F R (Fred) Kersley SALINGER 5/12/1997 2 J W (Bill) Phillips M S (Scott) Eyre THE ACCELERATOR 5/12/1997 3 W A (Dick) Moore T B (Trevor) Warwick RECORD HIGH NZ 18/12/1998 1 R A (Ross) Olivieri A C (Chris) Lewis SAAB 18/12/1998 2 K A (Ken) White J D (Jason) Fry TOUCH OF ZAM 18/12/1998 3 L M (Laurel) Schofield K D (Kim) Young GOLDEN GEARS 10/12/1999 1 N J (Noel) Keiley L B (Lindsay) Harper COUNTESS KALA NZ 10/12/1999 2 G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) A C (Chris) Lewis MAKE THE RULES NZ 10/12/1999 3 A L (Andrew) De Campo A L (Andrew) De Campo PAULAS MATE NZ 15/12/2000 1 D W (Dennis) Wilson D W (Dennis) Wilson SEELSTER SAM NZ 15/12/2000 2 M G (Mike) Reed M B (Mark) Reed RICH AND SPOILT 15/12/2000 3 G L (Grant) Williams G L (Grant) Williams BLACK AND BLUE 14/12/2001 1 G K (Grant) Crane G (Gavin) Lang MANIFOLD BAY 14/12/2001 2 G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr) THE FALCON STRIKE NZ 14/12/2001 3 M G (Mike) Reed M B (Mark) Reed ASTRA NOM MCCOOL NZ 13/12/2002 1 M G (Mike) Reed M B (Mark) Reed TRICKY VIC NZ 13/12/2002 2 W G (Bill) Walker G A (Gavin) Lang LOMBO SKYRIDER 13/12/2002 3 C J (Cameron) Edwards L B (Lindsay) Harper ATLANTA GEORGIA 20/02/2004 1 G R (Graeme) Watts G R (Graeme) Watts TE KANARAMA 20/02/2004 2 A R (Aiden) Warwick D G (Darren) Kerr LOMBO LA FE FE 20/02/2004 3 A R (Aiden) Warwick A R (Aiden) Warwick PARTY DATE 8/04/2005 1 K F (Kevin) Keys K F (Kevin) Keys TARTARY GLADIATOR 8/04/2005 2 P B (Paul) Flemming C D (Colin) Brown ADAMS MATE 8/04/2005 3 dh B E (Bryan) Cousins F R (Fred) Kersley GLOBAL FORCE 8/04/2005 3 dh S (Sam) Torre S (Sam) Torre SPICEY HOT 16/12/2005 1 S D (Steven) Burton R (Ryan) Warwick GEE WHIZ FIZZ 16/12/2005 2 G L (Grant) Williams G L (Grant) Williams PRECIOUS DYLAN NZ 16/12/2005 3 S H (Stuart) Hunter J F (Joel) Rees SIR GALVINATOR 15/12/2006 1 G D (Greg) Harper K K (Kade) Howson MR YANKEE NZ 15/12/2006 2 G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr) FAC ET SPIRO 15/12/2006 3 J S (Jarrad) Humphries J S (Jarrad) Humphries NODDY BROMAC NZ 14/12/2007 1 P R J (Paul) Fitzpatrick G J (Gavin) Fitzpatrick LOMBO POCKET WATCH 14/12/2007 2 P G (Phillip) Henwood K N (Kim) Prentice CAPTAIN JACK SPARROW NZ 14/12/2007 3 A L (Andrew) De Campo A L (Andrew) De Campo CAPTAIN BLUFF 28/11/2008 1 G D (Greg) Harper K K (Kade) Howson SCHINZIG BULLER 28/11/2008 2 T (Tony) Svilicich K J (Kyle) Harper MYSTA MAGICAL MACH NZ 28/11/2008 3 G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr) IM THEMIGHTYQUINN NZ 27/11/2009 1 E J (Emma) Stewart M B (Mark) Reed BONAVISTA BAY 27/11/2009 2 S M (Susan) Hunter G (Gavin) Lang CAPTAIN JOY 27/11/2009 3 G F J (Greg) Bond C D (Colin) Brown IMA ROCKET STAR NZ 26/11/2010 1 R A (Ross) Olivieri A C (Chris) Lewis DASHER VC NZ 26/11/2010 2 G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) K N (Kim) Prentice WHY LIVE DANGEROUSLY NZ 26/11/2010 3 B D (Barry) Morrison W R (Wayne) Reid INDOMITABLE SAAB 25/11/2011 1 G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr) GOLD ACE NZ 25/11/2011 2 D F (Dean) Braun M L (Morgan) Woodley MUSTANG MACH NZ 25/11/2011 3 G S (Greg and Skye) Bond C D (Colin) Brown ELIMINATOR NZ 7/12/2012 1 M G (Michael) Brennan J K (Justin) Prentice IM VICTORIOUS NZ 7/12/2012 2 G E (Gary) Hall (Snr) G E (Gary) Hall (Jnr) BETTOR REASON NZ 7/12/2012 3 N J (Noel) Keiley B N (Ben) Keiley REUBEN BROGDEN NZ 6/12/2013 1 D W (Daniel) Jack D W (Daniel) Jack NOWITZKI 6/12/2013 2 M A (Michael) Callegari A C (Ashleigh) Markham SMOKEY THE BANDIT 6/12/2013 3 R F (Rodney) Oliver A C (Chris) Lewis HEEZ ON FIRE

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