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History was created last Sunday at Luxbet Park in Hobart when Shadow Storm and Rohan Hillier flew up the Roberts Bridgewater Sprint Lane to become the first harness racing combination to win. It was only the second meeting that the sprint lane had been in operation since being reintroduced. The previous sprint lane was removed from the Royal Hobart Showgrounds in the early 90’s. One of our newly adopted locals, Destreos was inducted into the Queensland Harness Racing Hall of Fame on Sunday evening. Known around Ken Rattray’s stables as “Dexter”, the star pacer has brought a lot of positive social media attention to the local racing scene and is only four wins away from reaching a century of wins. Like last week, a number of races in Launceston on Sunday are heats into finals for the horses that will be driven by Australia’s best drivers on Yabby Dam Racing Australian Drivers Championship night in Hobart on October 28. The Stars Ricky Duggan – drove two smart pacers to victory on Sunday in Hobart. His first win was aboard the well-supported debutante Streitkid for trainer Paul Hill. Duggan then partnered up with Juanita McKenzie to win with Jaks Teller. Mark Yole – was rewarded with a win on Fernco Bobby G, who has been racing very well of late. Ken Rattray – broke through for his first win since relocating back to Tasmania with Tuxedo Max in Devonport on Friday. Ben Yole – once again dominated the weekend with six winners across the two meetings held in the state. Black Booker Flying Wingard This Badlands Hanover entire was having his first start in the state since crossing Bass Straight to join the stables of Marc Butler. After drawing outside the front line driver Kristy Grant restrained the pacer back to the tail of the field. With a number of horses failing to improve theirposition over the final lap. Grant had to pull Flying Wingard out seven wide turning for home and the pacer let down with a fast finishing burst to finish in third position. Watch the replay here Calculated Sectional Standouts Quickest last halves (800m) from last week’s action in Devonport on Friday. Jeans Mattjesty 58.74, Im Born To Rule 59.30, Liv Lavish 59.56, Hafter 59.59, Heza Rummage 59.65. Hobart on Sunday. Devendra 56.10, The Dip 56.52, Fernco Bobby G 56.60. Outside of race six; Our Pacquiao 57.46, Flying Wingard and Full Speed Ahead 57.76. View all Tasmanian sectional data here. Trial File Hobart on Sunday Thatswhatshesaid was able to lead all the way to win the trial prior to Sunday’s race meeting. The Taylor Ford driven mare recorded a time of 2:00.0 for the 1609 metre trial. Watch the trial win here. Carrick Park on Monday Promising three-year-old Semowillrev made light work of his 3C0/C0 trial when he led all the way to win by a big margin in a mile rate of 2:01.2 for the 2150-metre event. Other trial winners from the session were Jane Grant (2:08.8) and Buster William (2:04.4). Week Ahead Without a doubt the headline race in Launceston this Sunday will be the Impress Print Stakes which features Tasmania’s best pacers at present. Destreos is still searching for his first win in Tasmania and will no doubt be more suited to the mobile start conditions as will Devendra who recorded the quickest last half mile of the meeting in Hobart last Sunday. Fernco Bobby G who won the discretionary in Hobart last Sunday has come up with barrier two, while Dapper Dana and Im Born To Rule who are both racing well without winning coming up with barriers one and three respectively. The Steve Davis trained Modern Ruler is first up since May and has not been seen at the trials this campaign. The race is set down to be run at 20:33, with the first of nine races to get underway at 17:48. Meanwhile one of the states Inter Dominion hopefuls Pachacuti will line up in a free-for-all at Menangle on Saturday Evening. Last season’s Tasmanian Horse of the Year has been transferred to the Sydney stables of James Rattray. Rattray has been enjoying a great run of success in recent weeks including a training double on Tuesday at Menangle with Tasmanian owned, Glenenise (1:53.6) and Tasmanian bred and owned, Rykov Leis (1:51.9). Also on Saturday evening Tasmanian owned and bred Resurgent Spirit will be chasing his first win in Victoria when he lines up in the $30,000 Swan Hill Cup. If the emergency fails to gain a start the winner of over $194,000 will start from the pole position. He will be driven by former Tasmanian Alex Ashwood. Duncan Dornauf

Shadow Storm became the first horse to win using a sprint lane that came into effect on the harness racing Hobart track two weeks ago. It was only a matter of time before it happened but it probably would have had a greater affect had the winner been one of the favourites. Hobart was the first track in Australia to introduce a sprint lane in the late 1990s when racing was held on the old Royal Showground track and it almost led to a boycott when most drivers and trainers objected to its introduction. The pressure applied by participants was so great it eventually led to the sprint lane's demise but a few years later almost every major track in Australia was installing a sprint lane or passing lane as they were then known. Shadow Storm was friendless in the betting drifting from $21 to start at $46 and one of the rank outsiders. But given a gun run on the back of the leader Johns Legacy, the gelded son of Mr. Feelgood settled well and when presented with the sprint lane at the top of the straight he stormed home to win convincingly from Johns Legacy and Miss Ruthless. Peter Staples  

Prominent harness racing owners Barry Cooper and Jamie Cockshutt have enjoyed plenty of success over the years but in Hobart on Sunday night they celebrated a win that probably meant more to them emotionally than most. Streitkid utilised the pole position draw and with ace reinsman Ricky Duggan in the sulky the gelded son of American Ideal led and gave his rivals a pacing lesson. The three-year-old's dam is Ima Blissful Belle, that was arguably one of the best pacers owned by Cockshutt and Cooper, went amiss early in her career which sent her to an early stud career. "We tried to get the mare in foal five times and failed and I was about to give up but my business partner Barry Cooper convinced me to give the mare one more try and this horse is the result," Cockshutt said. "The mare foaled down at Sue Streit's Elderslie Horse Care property (at Elderslie just north of Hobart) and it was Sue who had to bottle feed this horse when the mare rejected him so it was Sue's late night vigils that helped keep him alive. "We will be forever grateful to Sue (Streit) so we decided to try and have her surname in the colt's name. "We originally tried to secure Streitwise but that was rejected but we got Streitkid." Streitkid ($3 into $2.80) began brilliantly to lead while the favourite Kaliska Leis ($2.60) face the breeze with the other well-backed conveyance Flying Wingard ($5) was taken back to last from an outside front-row draw. Duggan ensured a reasonable tempo but with his charge able to sneak a couple of cheap quarters the gelding had plenty in reserve when called on for a sprint to the line. Streitkid gave his rivals the slip at the top of the home straight and he went on to win by over 10 metres from Hot Shot Bonnie with Flying Wingard flashing home from last to grab third. Peter Staples

W H (Hec) Baker was regarded as one of the best Tasmanian reinsmen to sit in a sulky and in Hobart last night the former great was inducted into the Tasmanian Harness Racing Hall of Fame at a gala awards ceremony at Luxbet Park. Baker's career covered four decades from 1945 to 1976 during which time he drove 516 winners and was the state's leading driver on two occasions in 1957/8 and 1965/66. He handled the ribbons on a number of outstanding pacers none greater than champion Chamfers Star. The pair combined to capture the 1964 Easter Cup and the 1965 Tasmanian Pacing Championship. Baker won the Tasmanian Derby three times. He won aboard Raider Chimes 1956, Jimmy Maru (1960) and in 1970 he won with Atok. Pipriki was successful in the Danbury Park Cup while Raizaire proved too good in the 1957 Show Cup. Baker also enjoyed triple success in the The Metropolitan Cup with Tasara in 1958, in 1961 with Shannon Bay and again with Karaman in 1974. There were also Dual successes in the Brighton Cup with Hideaway and Prince Chamfer and the Westbury Cup partnering Fantastic and Lulu O'Neill. Baker is regarded as one of the doyens's of Tasmanian Harness Racing and is a deserving inductee to the Hall Of Fame. Peter Staples  

Tasmanian harness racing enthusiasts were treated to a number of spectacular displays of horsemanship on Sunday night at the Tasmanian Pacing Club meeting at Luxbet Park in Hobart.  Hall Of Fame reinsman Ricky Duggan showed his vast experience to pilot the Changeover -Glenferrie Miss four-year-old, odds-on favourite, Swap Me home in the first race on the card for the fourth win of its career.  Ricky’s expertise was again on show in race two as he guided the Adrian Duggan-trained eight-year-old gelding Grinable (pictured) to a runaway 11.8-metre victory, returning a mile-rate of 1:59:6, for its second win in the space of four runs.  Reigning 6ty° Youngbloods Challenge champion Jack Laugher completed a successful hit and run mission from Victoria with the Rohan Hillier-trained All My Savings and following up with the Ben Yole prepared Ultimate Courage.  All My Savings broke a frustrating run of three consecutive seconds to come from outside the second line over the sprint trip of 1609-metres for punters, as the $2.60 favourite, to score by 1.8-metres.  The form from race three stood up in the fourth as Ultimate Courage backed up from its victory last week over All My Savings to again land the money for trainer Ben Yole.  The Courage Under Fire-Quiet Talker six year-old-gelding has now won three of his last six starts.  Ben Yole completed his double with Stylish Trend scoring its first win of the season with Robert Walters in the cart.  The Bettors Delight-Trenzetter five-year-old gelding scored in the closest finish of the night over Pushkin by a half-head at odds of $6.50.  Justin Campbell and Todd Rattray were honoured to have joined forces to win the Vale Charlie Howlett Pace with Boltnmach.  The victory brought up a winning hat-trick for the Mach Three-Fake Madam nine-year-old gelding after two wins in August to finish the 2016-17 season.  It just wouldn’t be a Tasmanian pacing meeting if Im Barney Rubble didn’t salute the judge.  The 10-year-old Life Sign – Pebbles gelding, trained and driven by Rohan Hillier, scored his fifth win in a row and his sixth from his last seven outings. Tasracing

Punters feasted on a banquet of favourites at the Tasmanian Pacing Club’s meeting at Luxbet Park on Sunday night. Six of the 10 races on the harness racing card went the way of the popular pick with the longest priced winner of the night starting at odds of $4.60, while only Resurgent Dream started an odds-on favourite. Trainer Ben Yole wasted no time in notching up his 119th winner for the season and claiming the training record held by Neville Webberley since 1990/91 when the heavily supported Sheer Strength (pictured) scored a sensational all-the-way victory in race three. Rohan Hillier encouraged the five-year-old to the lead from the centre of the front line and rated it to perfection, before opening up in the turn off the backstretch and scorching away to win by 19.1 metres. Washie’s Chance racked up his eleventh victory of the season from 37 starts, remarkably 11 wins from 21 when teamed with Natalee Emery and 0 from 16 with other drivers in the sulky. Out To Strike scored a convincing win with Ultimate Courage rounding off another successful night for the Sidmouth stable. Todd Rattray partnered Ultimate Courage and also steered home his smart four-year-old God Sake to victory,to increase his lead in the Drivers Premiership to three. God Sake sat two lengths off the leaders at the half mile and made his run at the 400, coming home the final quarter in 29.21 seconds to bank its fifth win from the last six starts. The Justin Campbell-trained Boltnmach made it back-to-back wins in Hobart by sustaining a searching three-wide run to gain the day by a head over Smilin Geoff while impressive three-year-old filly Resurgent Dream also won her second race in a row for owner-trainer, Roger Whitmore. Ideal Karalta and Swap Me both scored comfortable front-running victories while Jilliby Gigi was forced to dig deep to hold out the fast-finishing Olwen Jackka. Watch the Marc Butler trained Jilliby Gigi stave-off Olwen Jaccka at Luxbet Park in Hobart here. by Shane Yates

Veteran harness racing trainer Paul Hill reaffirmed his status as the king of the kids when he snared the feature two-year-old double at Luxbet Park Hobart in Tasmania last night. Hill prepared star filly Ideal Bliss to win his third consecutive Group 3 Evicus Stakes final and his handy colt Feelin Dusty led throughout to give Hill his second Dandy Patch from the past three editions. "I've been very fortunate to have had some very talented young horses in my care in recent years and I'm hoping this isn't the end of my good run," Hill said. "Ideal Bliss is a very good filly and I have no doubt she will develop into a very good three-year-old." "I also have a decent opinion of Feelin Dusty and when he drew gate two I rated him a top chance of winning even though the raps were big on Todd Rattray's horse (Izaha). "When Ricky (Duggan) was able to lead and not spend too much early on Feelin Dusty I was confident my horse would be very hard to beat and that's how it panned out." Ideal Bliss, owned and bred by Charlie and Connie Beadman, was sent out the $1.40 favourite despite drawing the inside of the second row. However, her driver Rohan Hillier snagged her out the back at the start to ensure he could find a spot in the one-out line while Inwil ($8) showed good speed to lead. Hillier sent Ideal Bliss  (American Ideal-Blissfull Grace) around the field at the bell and when he moved alongside the leader at the top of the home straight she forged clear but had to pull out all stops to fend off Inwil that made a late charge with Jeanette Barry a close-up third. Feelin Dusty ($2.30fav) showed brilliantly gate speed to easily hold the front in the Dandy Patch while Run Wick ($11) faced the breeze with Izaha ($2.40) on its back enjoying the one-out-one-back position. But a lap out and unhappy with the modest tempo Rattray sent Izaha up to face the breeze and put some pressure on the leader and they singled out to fight out the finish. Feelin Dusty responded when Duggan called on the gelded son Mr Feelgood for the big effort and he went on to score by over 10 metres from Izaha with Pezzamystic over 15 metres away third. Peter Staples

The Dandy Patch Stakes series for two-year-old colts and geldings has produced some harness racing stars over the years and this year's series should be no exception. The two heats of this season's series at Luxbet Park Hobart on Sunday night proved the depth of talent in Tasmania's juvenile harness ranks is as strong as ever. The heats were won by first-starter Izaha from the Todd Rattray stable and the in-form Feelin Dusty prepared by Paul Hill. Izaha (Roll With Joe-Our Zellweger) settled last in his heat while the heavily-backed favourite Dufrene led but Izaha stormed home to defeat the favourite by seven metres with Pezzamystic two metres astern. It was a very impressive debut and given the colt is likely to take a lot of benefit from the outing he could start a warm favourite in the final if he draws a good gate. Feelin Dusty (Mr Feelgood-Maybe Elite) made the most of the pole position to lead and despite being challenged a lap from home he still had plenty in reserve when he hit the line well clear of Maybe Jack with Run Wick a distant third. Hill's filly Ideal Bliss is likely to start a short-price favourite to win the Evicus Stakes final for fillies following her impressive win in the Evicus Prelude over 1609 metres. With Rohan Hillier in the cart, Ideal Bliss settled just beyond midfield in the one-out line with cover while Jeanette Barry led from the pole position. Hillier sent Ideal Bliss around the field with a lap to go to face the breeze and when he called on the filly for the big effort in the home straight she responded well and went on to score by 1.4 metres from Jeanette Barry with Inwil a distant third. The leader fought back strongly but in the end it was the class of Hill's filly that shone through. Peter Staples

Top Tasmanian harness racing reinsman Ricky Duggan delivered two of his best drives to secure a personal milestone at Luxbet Park Hobart on Sunday night. Duggan went into the meeting two wins short of 1,500 career wins, rapidly closing the gap on Barrie Rattray who holds the Tasmanian record of 1575. Duggan's wins came aboard Cheshire Cat for trainer Pat Bishop in a C2 standing start event over 2090 metres in which the mare led throughout and his 1500th win came courtesy of typical Ricky Duggan gem of a drive aboard I Am Camelot to win the Pitt & Sherry Pace over 2090m. "It was great to reach 1500 wins at the meeting because sometimes when a personal milestone or a record is imminent it can take a while to get there, but I managed to do it at the first meeting after we became aware of me approaching 1500 winners," Duggan said. "It also was a bit special to get the 1500th win aboard one trained by Deb Williams (I Am Camelot) because she's doing a super job with the team she has in her stable." The top five drivers with more than 1000 winners up to 04 June 2017 are: 1575 - Barrie Rattray. 1500 - Ricky Duggan. 1369 - Neville Webberley. 1315 - Darrell Alexander. 1173 - Gareth Rattray. Peter Staples

Pachacuti extended his winning steak with an effortless harness racing victory in the $10,000 Governor's Cup over 2090 metres in Hobart on Sunday night.. Pachacuti ($1.30 favourite) was unable to hold the lead from gate two and was crossed by Modern Ruler and heading down the back stretch the last time it looked for a moment that the favourite might not get out of the pocket. But the seven-year-old Bettor's Delight gelding's trainer-driver Todd Rattray somehow eased off the fence from behind the leader at the point of the home turn and once in the three-wide line the gelding powered home to score by over 10 metres from Hugo Play with Sapphire Swayze a closing third. Pachacuti is being aimed at the $40,000 Easter Cup on April 16 and his next outing will most likely be in an Easter Cup heat in Launceston on Friday week, March 31. Rattray was hauled into the stewards' room after the race and subsequently suspended for four race dates on a dangerous driving charge and it could mean missing out on driving Pachacuti in an Easter Cup heat. "I will be appealing the suspension and that's all I want to say about it," Rattray said. It was Pachacuti's sixth win in succession this year and given the way he toyed with his rivals at this latest outing he should be a major contender when he arrives at his grand final in the Easter Cup. "I am very happy with how he's going but I'm sure there is a fair bit of improvement in him between now and the Easter Cup. "He had a short let-up after his previous run so I reckon he definitely was in need of this run." Peter Staples

New Zealand bred three-year-old filly Shartin powered her way to an emphatic harness racing win in the Cripps Waratah Tasmanian Oaks over 2579 metres in Hobart last night. The Victorian filly settled last from her wide front-row draw but inside a lap her driver Chris Alford sent the daughter of Tintin In America around the field to find the lead. From there on it was a procession with the filly forging clear turning for home and she went on to score by almost 12 metres from El Jays Mystery that faced the breeze throughout with Playing Arkabella a half-head away third. It was Alford's third drive aboard the filly and he said she was always travelling like the winner. "I was mindful that this filly can do a few things wrong if she has to race wide so I dropped her out to last and then whipped around them early on and she was able to find the front without having to spend too much gas," Alford said. "Dean Braun paid about $50,000 for this filly in New Zealand but I'm sure she will pay her way. "She is still learning what it's all about but tonight she did everything right and she had the race won a long way from home. Shartin is owned by a syndicate that includes Tasmanian Dean Richards who is overseas on business. Alford said Shartin was likely to head to the heats of the Victorian Oaks next month. Shartin has won three of her five starts with this latest her most impressive and the $15,000 prizemoney took her career earnings to just beyond $25,000. It was Alford's fourth Tasmanian oaks having been successful on Concorde Lombo in 1997, Itz Nosurprisesthere (2013) and last year aboard Dancingwithsierra. Peter Staples

Last season's top two-year-old pacer Playing Arkabella began her three-year-old season with a win in Hobart last week so she should only need to mirror that form to win again at Luxbet Park tonight. The Paul Hill-trained filly won the two feature two-year-old events in Tasmania last season, the Sweepstakes final and the Evicus Stakes to finish the season with four wins and as many minor placings from eight starts to be named Tasmania's best 2YO filly. She spent eight months away from harness racing and Hill says the long break did her the world of good but she put on so much weight that it took a long time to get her to the racing stage. "The filly was in the paddock for a lengthy spell but she got away from me a bit because she was grazing as well as being hard fed twice a day at one stage," Hill said. "I think she had five trials before I took her to the races. She fit now but still took a lot of benefit from that first-up run last week." Playing Arkabella has drawn awkwardly in gate seven on the outside of the front row. "I don't think the outside front-row draw is going to be a concern because there are no plans to lead and Ricky (Duggan) will just let her ease off the gate and find a spot and if it's last then so be it. "There is a bit of speed in the race and the first-starter of Juanita McKenzie's, Jaks Teller, is a lovely horse that goes well and I know that because I drove him in a trial the other night. Jaks Teller is a three-year-old colt owned by Jamie Cockshutt and Barry Cooper who have had a lot of success with horses they have purchased from New Zealand and this gelding could be another potential feature race winner. Swap Me is another in the race owned by Cockshutt and Cooper and he was an encouraging second to Playing Arkabella last week. The Rohan Hillier-trained Call Me Blondie has been placed three times since her first-up win at Scottsdale in early January so she must also rate an each-way chance in the field of seven. Hill said Playing Arkabella's main missions this time in are the Tasmanian Oaks and the Bandbox Stakes. Peter Staples

Warrior Mac produced a harness racing career best effort to score a last-stride win in a C1 Pace over 1609 metres in Hobart on Friday night. The Ben Rossendell-trained seven-year-old unleashed a powerful finishing burst from last to grab Frankie Falzoni right on the line. Warrior Mac was driven by Justin Howlett so it would have been an interesting conversation on the drive home as his younger brother Matthew Howlett was aboard the runner-up that looked home for all money 50 metres from the line To rub more salt into the wound, the runner-up is trained by their father Chris Howlett. Warrior Mac (McArdle-Lady Lisa) has been in great form this time in with this latest victory his third from his past five starts. The gelding notched his fist win of the season at Carrick on December 27 scoring narrowly in C1 event over 2150 metres and at his subsequent start he broke two minutes clocking a mile rate of 1,59.8 in winning a C2 in Hobart over 2090 metres But this latest win was clearly his most impressive as he led and shrugged off all challengers to go on and score by six metres and record a personal best mile rate of 1.58.7 over the 1609-metre trip. Peter Staples

South Australian pacer Capture Me produced a bold front-running harness racing performance to win a heat of the Allen Williams Memorial at Luxbet Park Hobart last night. The Ben Yole-trained mare began brilliantly from gate five to find the lead and once in front driver Mark Yole ensured a steady tempo while the well-backed favourite Falcon Harry ($2.20) settled worse than midfield from his second-row draw. Capture Me ($7) was allowed to stride along at her leisure without any pressure from Lockaway Kacie ($6.60) that faced the breeze but sat outside the second horse Hayleys Comet. In the back straight the last time Lockaway Kacie worked forward to challenge the leader but when they hit the home turn Capture had plenty in reserve and went on to score comfortably from Falcon Harry with Hayleys Comet battling on well for third. Capture Me was third at her Tasmania debut last week in Launceston behind Dasher Houli and it was on the strength of that effort that trainer Ben Yole thought the four-year-old mare could win. "Her first start in the state was more like a trial because she's only been with us for three weeks and I thought she did a good job," Yole said. "She's owned in SA by David Harding who thought she might be able to pick up a few wins over here so he sent her to me. "Because she has good gate speed and she's quite tough I'm sure there are more wins for her in the coming weeks." Peter Staples

Fortino is rapidly earning a reputation as the harness racing Country Cups king with his victory in the $10,000 New Norfolk Pacing Cup in Hobart last night his most emphatic win this season. Leading up to last night's triumph the gelding by Sutter Hanover had bagged the North-East pacing Cup at Scottsdale and the Burnie Cup. His trainer-driver Todd Rattray made the most of poor starts from his two main rivals Finn Mac Kee and Baldock were poorly away from the standing start which left a clear passage for Fortino to make his way to the lead without interruption. Fortino rallied in the home straight to score by 11 metres from Blackjackhanover that had to work three-wide for most of the last lap with Grinable a closing third about two metres away. Rattray ensured s solid tempo and allowed the winner to stroll home his last half (800m) in a handy 58.7 over the 3060-metre trip. Fortino's next start is expected to be in the Carrick Cup on February 18 in which he will have to give away a start of 10 metres owing to his improved class rating to C6. The New Norfolk Cup was run in Hobart last night owing to the Country Club failing to meet all the requirements (documentation) to have its license renewed. Peter Staples

Talented Hobart-based reinsman Rodney Ashwood is no stranger to driving multiple winners on a harness racing program but at Luxbet Park in Hobart last Friday night he dominated with three winners on the seven-race card. He opened his account with a win aboard the Eric Jacobson-trained Rusty Red Comet that stepped cleanly from the standing start and then enjoyed a cozy run on the leader's back. Ashwood waited until nearing the home turn to push out on the gelded son of Riverboat King and once in clear air the gelding powered home and grabbed victory in the shadows of the post to defeat Pushkin and Be Good Franklin over 2090 metres. Rusty Red Comet recorded a mile rate of 2.04.5 which wasn't too band from the stand. Ashwood again teamed up with Jacobson to score aboard War Chest in the C.U.B Pace over 2090 metres. After facing the breeze to the winning post the last time Ashwood urged his charge forward to assume control and it proved to be the winning move. War Chest booted well clear at the top of the home straight but he had to pull out all stops to withstand a powerful charge from eventual runner-up Falcon Harry that flashed home to miss by a half-head with Gaggle Coordinator a distant third. Ashwood ended a great night in the cart by guiding Remember Joe to victory in the Burger Me Campbell Town Claimer over 2090 metres. Remember Joe was backed in to start the $2.30 favourite and when Ashwood had the gelding settled in the one-out-two-back position punters would have been starting to line up to collect. When Ashwood was able to avoid a scrimmage leaving the bottom turn the last time Remember Joe quickly raced to the leaders and he went on to record an effortless win over Electric Ollie and Aninchofhislife. Peter Staples

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