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Bridport trainer Grant Hodges has had a quiet start to the season but he has been making up for lost time recently and in particular in Launceston last Sunday night. Hodges prepared four winners on the nine-race program, comprising Yakuza, Loaded Franco, Swanmaiden and Currynroses, all of which were driven by Hodges.

Well bred filly Riverina Chelsea realised a short-term goal for her Victorian-based harness racing owners just in the nick of time in Launceston on Sunday night. The filly's owners opted to send her to Tasmania to try and pinch a two-year-old win before the end of the season so she scraped in with only one meeting to spare.

Grant Hodges has managed to find the right horses to fit into his stable at Bridport and the latest acquisition Jennas Fetish could have the potential to go through to fast class. At Devonport last Sunday night Jennas Fetish made it two wins from only three starts in his adopted state when he led all the way to take out the S R Loone Pace (C2-C3) over 1930 metres.

Outsider Atom Bomb Belle ($36) gave talented female driver Erin Hollaway one of her biggest wins when the mare powered her way to an impressive all-the-way win in the $30,000 Hardings Hotmix Devonport Cup over 3020 metres last night.

Bridport trainer Grant Hodges and the state's leading driver Gareth Rattray combined with Yakuza to win the $50,000 Andrew Jones Travel Hobart Pacing Cup over 2579 metres at Tattersall's Park on Sunday night.

Smart filly Feel The Magic confirmed her status as one of the most consistent three-year-olds in Tasmania when she registered her sixth win in succession at Tasman Park in Launceston on Sunday night. The Grant Hodges-trained filly arrived in the state with only modest form in Victoria when in the care of top mentor Andy Gath but she is unbeaten from six tries on the Apple Isle.

Former Victorian harness trainer Grant Hodges has set up a showdown for the trainer's premiership by drawing level with archrival Barrie Rattray at the penultimate meetings of the season in Launceston on Sunday night

Former Victorian Grant Hodges is making a late charge to win this season's trainer's premiership. Hodges snared a treble in Launceston last Sunday night (August 10) to move within one win of multiple premiership-winning trainer Barrie Rattray with only three meetings remaining.

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