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A 15-year-old pacer nicknamed “Sneakers” stole the show during last night’s harness racing meeting at Tabcorp Park Melton. Veteran gelding Mister Douglas was victorious in the Schweppes Claiming Pace over 1720 metres for trainer-driver Joanne Justice, in what is his 34th win from 291 starts. Making his 9th appearance at the venue, the son of Albert Albert upstaged Livin It Lovin It by a half-head in a mile rate of 1:57.6. Justice said she is “absolutely rapt” with the gelding’s win. “He’s a great horse. He likes the wet and he loves working and racing,” Justice said. “He has been going good, he just needed to find the right race.” Paying $38.30 on the tote, Mister Douglas settled two-back along the pegs from the pole as Four Grinners led. Mister Douglas hit the front inside the final 50 metres before staving off Livin It Lovin It. “He’s got the white socks on his hinds and he’s light on his feet,” Justice said when asked how Mister Douglas got his stable name. Interestingly, Justice also had an association with Mister Douglas’s mother, which she drove to win the Nyah Necklace in 1991. Mister Douglas debuted on April 13, 2003, when scoring at Bendigo. He won several races at Moonee Valley before the home of Victorian metropolitan trotting moved to Melton where Mister Douglas has won eight races. But it hasn’t all been smooth sailing for the veteran He broke down after 80 starts and experts told Justice at the time he probably wouldn’t race again. “But I walked him and swam him,” Justice said, eventually the trainer getting the gelding back on his feet and back on track.  “We’ll just keep working and racing with him until he doesn’t want to anymore. “I’m sure this is his last season. I am hoping to get to 300 starts.” HRV Media

On 23 April 2015, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal continued the hearing of a part heard review application of Gaita Pullicino.  The review application was in relation to a decision of the Harness Racing Victoria Stewards to cancel Pullicino’s training and driving licences as a result of an alleged breach of a condition attached to her licence relating to a stable inspection conducted by Stewards in September 2014 concerning the amount of horses on the property of Pullicino.  After considering all of the evidence and the submissions of the legal representatives of Pullicino and the HRV Stewards, the Tribunal dismissed Pullicino’s application, affirming that the HRV Stewards were entitled to cancel the licences in the circumstances.  As a result of this decision, Pullicino, who had been operating on a stay of proceedings since 31 October 2014, is not the holder of a current licence and horses nominated for upcoming meetings have been scratched accordingly. HRV Media

Harness Racing Appeals & Disciplinary Board Racing Appeals & Disciplinary Board Result of the appeal held before the Harness Racing Victoria Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on 10 April 2015. Graeme Lang Against a $500 fine imposed by the stewards under Rule 168(1) at the Bendigo meeting on 19 March 2015. Appeal dismissed. HRV RAD Board Panel: Brian Collis QC (Chairman), John Denahy Appellant Representative: Joe Beder HRV Representative: Kylie Harrison TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGS RACING AND DISCIPLINARY BOARD BRIAN COLLIS QC, Chairman MR JOHN DENAHY EXTRACT OF PROCEEDINGS GRAEME LANG DECISION FRIDAY 10 APRIL 2015 MS K HARRISON appeared on behalf of the HRV Stewards MR JOE BEDER appeared on his behalf of Mr Lang  The Board has considered the evidence given at the stewards inquiry held on the 19th of March as per the transcript of that inquiry which has been tendered. We’ve considered the video footage of the race and we’ve considered the evidence and submissions this day including the documentary evidence. Mr Graeme Lang is 82 years of age, he has been involved in the harness racing industry for at least 60 years and is held in high esteem in the harness racing industry generally. We’ve been taken to his record since the year 1980 and it has been pointed out that on occasions when he has been charged with dropping his foot from the sulky rest that that has not resulted in any charge of improper driving and the he has been dealt with by way of caution or by way of moderate fines to say the least and in so being dealt obviously the stewards were not satisfied that there was any intentional act in those occurrences. The horse Katmandonny is a horse of moderate performance. In the concluding stages the Board is satisfied that Mr Lang did maintain a balanced posture and whilst maintaining that balanced posture his left foot did come down from the sulky rest. We are not satisfied on the evidence that there was any contact caused to the hind legs of the horse Katmandonny but we are satisfied on the balance of probabilities that the opinion of the stewards that his foot to leave the footrest in those circumstances was improper driving within the meaning of 168(1) of the Australian Rules of Harness Racing was a reasonably held opinion and therefore we dismiss the appeal with the finding of conviction. Further notwithstanding Mr Lang’s long and excellent record as the Board has found that he was guilty of improper driving on this occasion and as the penalty imposed by the stewards was the usual penalty for this offence we dismiss the appeal as to penalty also. Graeme Lang driving Katmandonny - The race in question The Racing Appeals & Disciplinary Board (RADB) is established under section 50B of the Racing Act (1958). The RADB is an independent Board established to hear and determine appeals in relation to decisions made under the rules to impose penalties on persons and to hear and determine charges made against persons for serious offences. Harness Racing Appeals & Disciplinary Board  

The Board of Harness Racing Victoria has today received the report on the Audit of Harness Racing Victoria by Dale Monteith, as commissioned by the Minister for Racing the Hon Martin Pakula MP. HRV Chairman Ken Latta said the Board has not yet had an opportunity to meet to discuss the recommendations and will do so in coming days. “The HRV Board thanks Mr Monteith for the important work that he has done in compiling the report. Importantly, Mr Monteith’s open approach encouraged anybody with a view to contribute. There is now a call and an opportunity for the industry to focus on the future,” Mr Latta said. “No doubt the report, with the 18 recommendations, will generate further discussion within the industry and between the Board and the Minister. “Informed by this and Mr Monteith’s findings, the HRV Board will continue to work collaboratively with the Government to establish a blueprint for a stronger and more vibrant Harness Racing sport and industry into the future.”  CODY WINNELL COMMUNICATIONS AND MEDIA MANAGER  

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) today heard an application of Mr Craig Demmler for a stay of proceedings regarding a decision made by the HRV Racing Appeals and Disciplinary (RAD) Board on 18 March 2015. The decision of the RAD Board was to affirm the 13 March 2015 decision of the HRV Stewards to suspend the training and driving licences of Mr Demmler pending the outcome of an investigation into an analytical report that one of Mr Demmler’s horses returned an elevated raceday cobalt level that was in excess of the relevant threshold permitted by the rules. After hearing submissions from the legal representatives of Mr Demmler and the HRV Stewards, VCAT dismissed Mr Demmler’s application for a stay of proceedings, resulting in Mr Demmler’s licences remaining suspended. The VCAT determined it was only hearing the stay application at this stage and such suspension would remain in place until such time as a further VCAT review hearing (regarding the RAD Board decision) was held on a date to be fixed. Harness Racing Victoria

The Board of Harness Racing Victoria has ratified the 2015-16 racing calendar. A total of 460 harness racing meetings have been scheduled with individual club meeting allocations remaining unchanged from 2014-15. The successful Summer of Glory Carnival will be held across two weeks once again, on Saturday nights February 6 and 13 in 2016. There are 154 day meetings scheduled and 259 night meetings, with 47 twilight programs. The racing calendar can be found by clicking here. Some of the key changes to the calendar are:  Maryborough’s Redwood Carnival to be run two weeks later on Friday 31 July, Saturday 1 August and Sunday 2 August 2015.  Breeders Crown Finals Day to be run one week later on Sunday August 30 2015.  Maryborough Cup to be run on Sunday 25 October 2015 has come forward one week to replace the Kilmore Cup.  Ballarat Cup to move from mid-December to Saturday 30 January 2016.  Cranbourne Cup to move from first Saturday night in December to Saturday night 5 March 2016.  Kilmore Cup to move from Sunday day meeting in late October to Saturday night 19 March 2016.  Mildura will be unavailable from early October until mid-December due to track reconstruction works. This has necessitated the Ouyen Harness Racing Club to be requested to conduct three of their meetings at Swan Hill. CODY WINNELL  COMMUNICATIONS AND MEDIA MANAGER 

Harness Racing Victoria Financial Update At its recent meeting the Board of Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) reviewed the third quarter financial results and can now forecast with reasonable accuracy HRV’s year-end key indicators. Some of the highlights are: - The HRV Group is forecasting a profit of $2.4m, which is over $1m ahead of budget. - The better than expected profit result is largely on the back of increased wagering revenue, estimating $61m this year compared to last year’s $57.8m. - Total wagering turnover on Victorian product via all wagering service providers (totes and corporate bookmakers) will be approximately $725m, up from last year’s all-time high of $700m. - HRV is projecting to end the year with debt of $25m, which is down $7m on the previous year’s $32m. This means that total debt retired over the last two years amounts to $9m. - Total stakemoney for the year will amount to $38.4m, an increase of $2.2m or 6% on the previous year. HRV CEO John Anderson said: “The projected 2014-15 key indicators are encouraging and will allow further investment in harness racing’s future, in 2015/16 and beyond”. Mr Anderson added: “The HRV Board is currently updating its Strategic Plan, which will address key strategic and operational matters. However, it is important that the overall financial sustainability of the industry is enhanced by growth in the business.” Cody Winnell COMMUNICATIONS AND MEDIA MANAGER HARNESS RACING VICTORIA  

Pearcedale father and daughter Bill and Simone Walker combined for their second Warragul Cup win on Easter Sunday with their harness racing star pacer Hectorjayjay. After Doolan Jack won the race in 2009, Hectorjayjay led throughout on Sunday, setting a track record mark on 1:59.8 for the first Cup run over the new distance of 2627 metres.   Aged just four the Dream Away gelding having only his thirty-seventh race start, Hectorjayjay held off all his rivals to score his sixteenth win.   It was only his second start at the Warragul Pacing Bowl - Hectorjayjay scored his maiden win on the circuit at age two.   Since then, he has worked his way through the classes and has raced against, and beaten many of, the best competitors in three seasons of racing.   The Walker family look set for some fun times ahead in future too with Hectorjayjay, winner of over $142,000 in stakes.   Owner Matthew McLellan accepted the gold cup from Frank Hone, representing race sponsor the Warragul Sporting and Social Club.   Trainer Bill Walker was clearly emotional at the trophy presentation - he hasn't enjoyed the best of health in recent times however Sunday's win will be a great boost for him.   The Walker stable have been great supporters of Warragul trotting for decades, and their win was a celebrated one among the local crowd.   Hectorjayjay     Feature race for the trotters on Sunday was the Eddie Evison Memorial Cup.   Sunset Invasion won the event. Accepting the Cup was Barry Garbutt - ironically he shod horses for the late Eddie Evison as a farrier in Gippsland many years ago.   Connections of Sunset Invasion were delighted with their victory - the Last Sunset six-year-old is a most consistent racehorse having recorded 14 wins and 16 placings from only 36 starts.   The Ken Miller Memorial Pace went to exciting four-year-old Kurahaupo Gambler, now a winner of three on end for Burrumbeet horseman Michael Stanley.   Undefeated since settling in Australia from New Zealand, the Bettor's Delight four-year-old looks set for greater success after his all-the-way win in Sunday's race.   All mobile start events on Sunday saw times which broke the magical two minute barrier - a first at Warragul and a credit to the track maintenance team.   Despite overcast weather conditions, attendance numbers were up slightly on last year at the Cup meeting.   Trotting returns to Warragul on Monday afternoon, May 4.   Kyle Galley

Two country cups are to be run and won this weekend at Ararat on Saturday night and Warragul on Sunday. Tomorrow there is no trots action for Good Friday, but three of our participants in Greg Sugars, Chris Alford and Gavin Lang will be appearing on Channel 7's Good Friday Appeal coverage for the Royal Children's Hospital. Tune in from 2.45pm to see them on TV doing their bit for a great cause.  This weekend also sees AFL footy return for another big season and we have a great special for punters but more on that below. And don't forget to send your entry in for this weekend's Win a $50 TAB Voucher competition (details below). Pick the Ararat Cup winner and you're in with a chance at grabbing the coin. Happy and safe Easter from all of us here at HRV!    - FEATURE OF THE WEEK - RENOWN SILVERWARE ARARAT PACING CUP 2570m standing-start. $25,505. 1: FARMERSNTRADIES Trainer: Owen Martin Driver: Michael Sullivan Form comment: Has been just fair at recent runs and this is not any easier. He's probably past his best and it's hard to see him in the finish here.     2: MACHO COMACHO Trainer: Dean Braun Driver: Chris Alford Form comment: Broke in the Echuca Pacing Cup and didn't have much luck in running after recovering. This will be his third run since the 2013 Wedderburn Cup success. On class he's a must-include runner here from a handy barrier draw.    3: ROAD TO ROCK Trainer: Keith Cotchin Driver: Nathan Jack Form comment: Stawell and Wangaratta Cup runner-up within past five starts. Last time out was third in the Echuca Pacing Cup. His last victory came in the St Arnaud Pacing Cup. He went within 2.3m of Smudge Bromac at Echuca and his form is good enough to see him a major player here. Include.   4: KOTARE ROLAND Trainer: Roly Wilson Driver: Neil McCallum Form comment: Not racing well enough.    5: JUKEBOX MUSIC Trainer: Julie Douglas Driver: Glenn Douglas Form comment: Ran a big race in the Echuca Pacing Cup but didn't fire a shot behind Mister Livan at Melton last start. He's a brilliant sit-sprinter who could bounce back with the right run.     6: WEALLWANTANO Trainer: Kevin Brough Driver: Matthew Craven Form comment: Globe Derby winner last start. This is clearly a step up in grade but you always have to respect the stable in these parts. The barrier doesn't help his cause but if he steps cleanly he might run into a place.   7: ARDLE MCARDLE Trainer: Amanda Turnbull Driver: Amanda Turnbull Form comment: Sydneysider who at his best would be right in the mix however he is racing a touch below that form at the minute. Has a good record from the stand-start and you always have to respect the Turnbull team.    8: TURNPIKE CRUISER Trainer: Kari Males Driver: Zac Phillips Form comment: Aside from his Boort Cup error he's been in terrific form in stand-start races. This is a step up in grade, but with a soft run could run into the exotics.   9: HILLTOP HUSTLER Trainer: Mick Stanley Driver: Mick Stanley Form comment: Big run at Boort last time out when worked hard. Previous win at Horsham was solid and looks a gelding with plenty of upside. Should figure in the finish here.   10: ARBER Trainer: Tim Bolitho Driver: Gavin Lang Form comment: Country Cups specialist who had a dynamic season last year but has struggled a little to replicate that this time around. But Gavin Lang is back aboard and you know at his best he'd be right in the finish. Value hope?   11: NARRA OPERATIVE Trainer: Peter Manning Driver: Kerryn Manning Form comment: Honest customer who can race up on the speed or off it depending on the tempo. Hitting the line well last time out  in the Echuca Cup and should again be taking ground off them late. Kerryn Manning back aboard.    12: SAVESOMTIMETODREAM Trainer: Paul Rowse Driver: Jodi Quinlan Form comment: He's always promised plenty and may be just starting to deliver. Admittedly he had the right run at Melton last time out but was still very good late. The Arden Rooney form is golden!   (Comments: Blake Redden and Cody Winnell)     WIN A $50 TAB VOUCHER Here’s your chance to win a $50 TAB Voucher. To enter, tell us who you think will win the Renown Silverware Ararat Pacing Cup on Saturday night. All entrants that pick the winner will go into a random draw and whichever lucky entrant is drawn, wins the $50 TAB Voucher! Entries must be in by no later than 8:30pm on Saturday night. One entry per person. Must be over 18 years of age to enter. with the subject WIN.  The winner will be notified via email.     TAB Trots/AFL Special: Round 1 Punters will be hustling to grab a slice of the $7 on offer for this week’s TAB Trots/AFL Special. It’s reigning premier Hawthorn to beat the Cats in the AFL into Michael Stanley’s Hilltop Hustler to take out Saturday night’s Ararat Pacing Cup. Hilltop Hustler has opened $4.6 with TAB Fixed odds – will the money come for him on Saturday? Hawthorn is $1.42 favourite against the Cats on Monday. Combined, at their current prices, the two-leg multi would net punters $6.53 for a $1 dividend. But the TAB has injected some value into the “Hawthorn Hustler” special – winding the price out to a juicy $7! Have a crack on track this weekend, at your local TAB outlet, online at or on your TAB app.     Good Friday Appeal Tune into Channel 7's Good Friday Appeal from 2.45pm to see trots stars Chris Alford, Gavin Lang and Greg Sugars supporting the cause. Trots fans are encouraged to dig deep to support the worthy cause, which raises vital funds for the Royal Children's Hospital. HRV would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our industry a happy and safe Easter!  

Craig Demmler’s appeal against Harness Racing Victoria stewards’ decision to suspend his trainer and driver’s licences has been dismissed by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board. The decision was made by HRV stewards under the provisions of Australian Rule of Harness Racing 183.  The suspension was imposed pending the outcome of an investigation into an analytical report that one of Demmler’s horses had returned an elevated raceday cobalt level that was in excess of the relevant threshold permitted by the rules. At the hearing, the HRV RAD Board heard submissions on behalf of HRV Stewards and Demmler.  The HRV RAD Board also heard from Dr Richard Cust regarding the nature of the substance cobalt. The HRV RAD Board noted they were required to decide whether the decision of the HRV stewards was justified in all of the circumstances, and after considering all of the matters before it, ordered the stewards’ actions were justified. The HRV RAD Board accordingly dismissed Demmler’s appeal and the restrictions imposed upon Demmler remain in place. HRV Media

Harness Racing Victoria stewards, acting under the provisions of Australian Rule of Harness Racing 183, has suspended Craig Demmler’s trainer’s and drivers’ licences. Stipes based their decision after the analysis of a raceday sample collected from a horse prepared by Demmler. The Chemistry Centre in Western Australia, and the National Measurement Institute in New South Wales, reported the sample contained cobalt at a concentration in excess of the permissible threshold, which sits at 200 micrograms per litre in urine. Demmler has appealed the stewards’ decision to suspend his licences. The appeal will be heard by the independent HRV Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Wednesday. HRV stewards will continue their investigations into the reported cobalt irregularity. Earlier today, Harness Racing SA stewards suspended local horseman Mick Micallef. This action was taken after receiving advice from the Chem Centre, Western Australia that cobalt above the threshold was detected in a post race urine sample taken from Glenthorne followings its win at Mount Gambier on November 30, 2014. The “B” sample has been confirmed by the National Measurement Institute, New South Wales. Micallef was given an opportunity to be heard on the imposition of Rule 183, but elected not to provide a submissions No date has been set for the inquiry. PAUL COURTS

Harness Racing Victoria is pleased to announce the appointment of Vaughn Lynch to the role of General Manager – Operations. Mr Lynch replaces the outgoing Chief Operating Officer, Brant Dunshea, who has taken up a senior management role with British Horse Racing in London. Mr Lynch will oversee several areas, such as Racing, Futurities, Programming, Planning and Infrastructure, Metropolitan Racing and OH&S. “I would like to thank John and the Board for this opportunity,” Mr Lynch said. “I am looking forward to working closely with all stakeholders in harness racing and I am certain that by working together we will have a positive influence and grow the industry for the benefit of all. “I would like to acknowledge Brant Dunshea for his contribution and I take control of a fantastic team of dedicated professionals, who have extensive knowledge and experience within the industry.” HRV CEO John Anderson said Mr Lynch’s harness racing experience and professionalism held him in good stead for his new role. “Vaughn’s is a very important role in the organisation, which provides management and leadership in racing related activities,” Mr Anderson said. “Vaughn has vast experience in the harness racing industry, having previously held positions of responsibility at club and industry level. “I am delighted that we have people such as Vaughn within our ranks who can step up to these senior positions.”  CODY WINNELL

Popular couple Craig Demmler and Jodi Quinlan enjoyed an influx of winners across two meetings yesterday. The duo registered a double at Yarra Valley during the afternoon before backing up with a treble Geelong in the evening. Demmler finished with a training treble and a driving success, while Quinlan chalked up a training winner and three driving victories. Glenferrie Blade and Blacknbrown led the way at Yarra Valley, with the former prepared by Demmler and partnered by Quinlan to score in 1:58.4 over 1650 metres. Demmler then trained and drove Blacknbrown to upset the favourite, Queen Of Pop in 1:58.3 for the 1650-metre trip. Heading to Geelong, Quinlan drove Desert Flyer for local trainer, Danny Norris, with the trotter scoring in 2:03.8 over 2100 metres. Quinlan captured consecutive races when she trained and drove Sir Macs Man to cover the mile in 1:59.1. Demmler and Quinlan then joined forces to emerge triumphant with Glenferrie Arch, which led throughout to account for Masterofthurles and Awesome Mattjesty in 1:58.2. HRV Media

Leading harness racing mentor Justice knows how to win The Stampede. Harness Racing Victoria’s shortest race is run over 1200 metres at Tabcorp Park Melton, with Justice registering four wins in the feature since its inception in 2004. In fact, Justice has had a stranglehold on the event in recent years, with his wins coming with Coastal in 2010 and 2011, The Smiler in 2012 and Toulouse Lautrec last year. This year Justice will be represented by Spokeswoman, with the five-year-old mare drawing the pole and coming off a second at Melton upon debut for her new stable. “She didn’t get any peace in front,” Justice said of Spokeswoman’s last start when she broke 30 seconds for every quarter of the last mile. “She battled on really well. And she’d had a chequered time heading into that run, but she’s done huge since and I think she’ll improve a lot.” Justice explained that despite the short course, tactics were still of vital importance. “You can’t afford to be any further back than three-pegs,” Justice said. “I think Spokeswoman can lead, but there is some speed drawn in the middle. “Having said that, I don’t think mine is one-dimensional, she can win from the leader’s back.” Metro Mike is the early favourite despite drawing gate seven, but Justice believes the gelding might get caught in “no-man’s land” from the draw. “He gets out of the gate okay, but not brilliant,” Justice said. “He’s got the form on the board, but I think he may have to work exceptionally hard to get to the breeze.” HRV Media

Last Sunday’s Australasian Premier Trotting Sale at Tabcorp Park Melton saw a 20 per cent spike in registered bidders. While the overall average price was down on previous years, $12,941 compared to $16,359 last year, APTS promoters said this was in partly due to only 40 lots passing through the ring. “We would expect that number to jump around a bit with only 40 lots going through,” Harness Racing Victoria’s Vaughn Lynch said. “We would have liked a higher average, but we understand there are several factors behind it dropping. “There was less competition than usual at the bottom end of the sale, meaning there were bargains for the astute buyer.” Lynch stated it was great to see more bidders than usual with “strong competition at the top end of the sale seeing several potential buyers going home disappointed”. The sale topper was a striking bay colt by Angus Hall out of unraced Muscles Yankee mare Bromac Aldebaran, which sold for $38,000. “He’s got good confirmation and a good pedigree,” said Richard Matthews, who made the successful bid. “I’ve had a bit more luck with the trotters over the years for whatever reason. I bought a broodmare from New Zealand, Invasions Pride. She didn’t race a long time but she threw a trotter called Let Me Thru, who ran second in an Inter Dominion when he was only a five-year-old. “The mare’s progeny have produced about $740,000 worth of stake winnings.” The second-highest priced purchase was Lot 15, a bay colt by the sire of the fastest two-year-old in history Muscle Hill, from Calder Fury, which went for $37,000. A sister to exciting mare Barefoot Sally (an impressive winner at Melton on Saturday night) went for $22,000, the filly by Bacardi Lindy – sire of Claudys Princess – out of Strapon. Scott’s Creek horseman Anthony O’Connor purchased two yearlings at the sale, Lot 20 a filly by Skyvalley from Maori Road for $5000 and Lot 31 Aldebaran Doc, a colt by Skyvalley from Aldebaran Deegan for $4000. “You can’t breed them for that price,” O’Connor said. “It’s worth rolling the dice at that price. “My son Nicholas and I wanted a trotter and we were looking for a filly, so to get into a good family of trotters is great. “The other one, I had a few mates who wanted to race one, so we’ll probably go quarter shares.” The APTS finished off a big weekend of Victorian trotting, which saw New Zealand star Stent win the $300,000 Group One Pryde’s Easifeed Great Southern Star on Saturday night. “This is the third year for the Australasian Premier Trotting Sale and we’re looking forward to being able to build on it further in coming years,” Lynch said. 2015 AUSTRALASIAN PREMIER TROTTING SALE RESULTS Lot 1: Colt by Lawman out of Speedy Naomi – Withdrawn Lot 2: Filly by Eilean Donon out of Kyvalley Bling – $9000 to Chris Lang Jr Lot 3: Colt by Bacardi Lindy out of Arnikas Pride – Passed In Lot 4: Colt by Angus Hall out of Bromac Aldebaran - $38,000 to Gatto Pty Ltd Lot 5: Filly by Skyvalley out of Countessa Hest – $7000 to Glenn Conroy Lot 6: Filly by Yankee Spider out of Catchya Kasey – Passed In Lot 7: Filly by Bacardi Lindy out of Cruzenthepacific - $6000 to Terence Howard Lot 8: Colt by Angus Hall out of Maoris Dream - $30,000 to Ian Hunter Lot 9: Filly by Yankee Spider out of Stand On Me - $10,000 to Maree Caldow Lot 10: Filly by Bacardi Lindy out of Spring Fly – Passed In Lot 11: Filly by Skyvalley out of Sundons Babe – $7000 to Greg Scott Lot 12: Colt by Angus Hall out of Poignant – $30,000 to Maree Caldow Lot 13: Filly by Skyvalley out of Maori Lindy – $4000 to Glenn Conroy Lot 14: Colt by Bacardi Lindy out of Maori Moments – $5000 to Joe Pace Lot 15: Colt by Muscle Hill out of Calder Fury – $37,000 to Jim Connelly’s KPC Racing Lot 16: Filly by Angus Hall out of Aldebaran Maori – $18,000 to Blundell Family Trust Lot 17: Colt by Bacardi Lindy out of Maori Missile – Withdrawn Lot 18: Colt by Bacardi Lindy out of Docmelfi – $10,000 to Jayne Davies Lot 19: Colt by Metropolitan out of Countess Angela – $5000 to Greg and Denise Muir Lot 20: Filly by Skyvalley out of Maori Road – $5000 to Anthony O’Connor Lot 21: Colt by Kyvalley Blur out of Kyvalley Kitty – Passed In Lot 22: Colt by Muscle Mass out of Queens Rhapsody – $10,000 to Brent Lilley Lot 23: Colt by Skyvalley out of Aldebaran Honey – $4000 to Russell Commens Lot 24: Colt by Muscle Mass out of Icantremember – Withdrawn Lot 25: Colt by Sundon out of La Tonneralla – $15,000 to Paddy Lee Lot 26: Colt by Muscles Yankee out of Elusive Charm – $32,000 to Don Smith Lot 27: Colt by Skyvalley out of Aldebaranfavourite – $9000 to Brent Lilley Lot 28: Filly by Angus Hall out of Flaming Action – $9000 to B Cabria Lot 29: Colt by Bacardi Lindy out of A Poem Kept – $11,000 to John Murdoch Lot 30: Colt by Bacardi Lindy out of Modern Maori – Withdrawn Lot 31: Colt by Skyvalley out of Aldebaran Deegan – $4000 to Anthony O’Connor Lot 32: Filly by Yankee Spider out of Positive Logic – $8000 to Michael Scandolera Lot 33: Filly by Muscle Mass out of Illawong Chloe – Withdrawn Lot 34: Colt by Bacardi Lindy out of Charlotte Galleon – $7000 to Steven Hall Lot 35: Filly by Bacardi Lindy out of Strapon – $22,000 to WJ and MD Cameron Lot 36: Filly by Skyvalley out of Aldebaran Breeze – $22,000 to David Scott Lot 37: Colt by Armbro Variable out of Gladys Emanuel – $8500 to Mario Azzopardi Lot 38: Filly by Skyvalley out of Aldebaran Revenue – $5000 to Blake Fitzpatrick Lot 39: Colt by Armbro Invasion out of Im Mumbo Jumbo – Passed In Lot 40: Colt by Pegasus Spur out of Lets Be Happy – $25,000 to Michael Taranto Lot 41: Colt by Skyvalley out of Aldebaran Hall – Withdrawn Lot 42: Colt by Bacardi Lindy out of All Finesse – Passed In Lot 43: Colt by Tennotrump out of Mystic Jewel – $9000 to Tubbs/Sugars Lot 44: Colt by Bacardi Lindy out of Seek And Destroy – $6500 to S Hayes Lot 45: Filly by Skyvalley out of Aldebaran Sunset – $8000 to Chris Lang Jr Lot 46: Colt by Fling It out of Keyfield – $4000 to Olivia Berg By Cody Winnell 

Star trotter Keystone Del is recuperating in a paddock after pulling up sore from Great Southern Star night. Trainer Nicole Molander said the 26-time winner would have his shoes removed by the farrier and his cracked hoof worked on during the next couple of days. Molander has also ordered the vet to test Keystone Del’s blood to ensure there are no other health issues. “He’s a bit sore and he’s resting in the paddock now,” Molander said. “He’s got a crack on his hoof that we’ve been looking after. It had quite a bit of movement in it after the Great Southern Star. “The farrier will take the shoes off in the next day or so. So he’s out for a spell.” Keystone Del ran second behind Sheemon in his Great Southern Star heat last Saturday night before backing up and running seventh in the Final, which was won by Stent. HRV Media

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