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Blythewood harness racing trainer Michael Brennan's team has been in good form of late and Naughty Maravu has a second to none chance of keeping the ball rolling for the stable in tonight’s Larkhill Vets Conditioned Handicap SS Pace (2503m) at Gloucester Park. The six-year-old bay Badlands Hanover gelding put the writing on the wall at his last start when he sat parked outside of leader and eventual winner Franco Rayner in a 1730m sprint at headquarters last week. The last 800m was carved out in 56.4 and Naughty Maravu never gave up the chase, finishing a brave 3.9m second behind Franco Rayner. It was a gutsy effort and full of merit and Naughty Maravu's previous runs have all been against top-class horses. Prior to his second, he raced against horses of the calibre of Ohoka Punter, Heez On Fire, Galactic Star and Shandale. Tonight’s race is a drop in class for Naughty Maravu and Brennan has him poised to score his first win in this campaign. He loves the stands with his 22 starts from the tapes producing six wins and ten placings. Punters should disregard the fact that Naughty Maravu hasn't saluted since October last year. Brennan tipped the horse out of work after he finished fifth in the Tabtouch Australasian Young Drivers Championship at GP in early December. Naughty Maravu had a long campaign since May, 2016 and was ready for a break but the horse should be cherry ripe after five runs back from a spell. It's hard to imagine any of Naughty Maravu's 11 rivals being able to sit outside of a horse of Franco Rayner's ability and still be there when the whips are cracking in the home straight. Driver Shannon Suvaljko is good at getting them away from the strands and if Naughty Maravu can step on terms with them from his 10m handicap then he appeals as the horse to beat. Winning chances should also be given to reliable beginner Importer Exporter, who seems to be working back into form, has the services of champion reinsman Chris Lewis and steps from the front, the consistent stand performer Assassinator off 10m from the stables of leading trainers Greg and Skye Bond, and backmarker Waltzing With Cullen, a seasoned standing-start specialist who is alone on the 20m mark and is returning from a spell. Wayne Currall Fields for Gloucester Park, Friday 19 May 2017 Form guide for Gloucester Park, Friday 19 May 2017

The chances of former Olympian Mick Brennan returning home have been shelved. Brennan, a field hockey midfielder from Toowoomba, was a member of the Australian mens team that won gold at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. The proud Queenslander who resides in Perth and operates a large stable from Blythewood has harboured a desire to return to his home state chasing winter carnival riches in recent years. And he thought he had the right horse this year. Richly talented three-year-old Im Rockaria loomed as a likely Queensland Derby candidate and Brennan was keen to chase the blue riband classic at Albion Park on July 15. But plans have been derailed owing to a series of unfortunate setbacks. “I’ve been thinking about returning home and seeing a lot of my family for some time and bringing a horse with me, I think it works well as a combination of mixing buisiness with pleasure. I haven’t had the right horse in recent years and I thought this guy met the profile required but he’s not right and he’s now in the paddock.” Brennan said. Im Rockaria is a special talent, a winner of 10 races from his 19 career starts to date while banking more than $145,000 in stakes. His biggest triumph came last year via the Gr.1 $100,000 Pearl Classic at Gloucester Park defeating Wesley and Allmightyjoelouis. Leading reinsman Chris Voak took the winning drive on that occasion. As a three-year-old, Im Rockaria has won 7 from 13 but the season has been puncuated by near misses which has left Brennan frustrated. Three starts ago, he won the $25,000 Battle of Bunbury in dominant style before being struck down with a nasty mouth ulcer which left him short in his most recent start, the Gr.1 $200,000 WA Derby at Gloucester Park on April 7. “It ended up being an infection under a cavity in a tooth and that explains why he became difficult to steer in his past two starts, it obviously was causing plenty of discomfort so we’ve had it treated and it was decided to give him a spell. “We took him to Melbourne earlier this season for the Victoria Derby and just failed to qualify for the final, he’s definitely capable of mixing it with the very best, I’ve got plenty of faith in this horse. “I thought he would measure up in the Queensland Derby but unfortunately we won’t be making the trip but I promise I will return one day and land a feature race. It’s been a dream of mine since I started training and while I’ve been lucky enough to win some great races, it would be something else to win a big race in your own state.” Brennan paid just $16,000 at the Victorian yearling sales for the Rocknroll Hanover – Vitness colt who was subsequently gelded. Im Rockaria is raced by Brennan and his wife Lara, Cam Byers and Dave Skelton , Michael Maxwell and Cameron Maggs. Maybe next year for Brennan and his trip home. Chris Barsby

Victorian-bred harness racing gelding Im Rockaria has overcome a worrying setback and is poised for a bold showing in the $200,000 Sky Racing WA Derby at Gloucester Park on Friday night. He has recovered fully from an infection under a cavity in a tooth which caused him to race erratically and finish a distant last in a field of 11 at his latest appearance, in a Derby prelude three Fridays ago. Trainer and part-owner Michael Brennan is bubbling with confidence after Im Rockaria finished a head second to experienced stablemate Naughty Maravu in a 2185m trial at Pinjarra on Sunday morning when he dashed over the final 800m in 56sec. Im Rockaria’s prospects soared after he drew the prized No. 1 barrier on the front line in the 2536m Derby and champion reinsman Gary Hall jun. signified his confidence in the gelding when he chose to drive him ahead of highly-promising three-year-olds El Barcelona and Herrick Roosevelt, who are prepared by his father Gary Hall sen. Brennan, who purchased the son of Rocknroll Hanover for just $16,000 at the Victorian yearling sales, has had only one previous runner in a WA Derby --- Im Victorious, who started from the No. 1 barrier and was driven to an all-the-way victory by Justin Prentice five years ago. “This year the barrier draw is a big help, we’ve got the right driver and the horse has got over the little issue we had with his mouth,” Brennan said. “Im Rockaria is ready to go and he has all the qualities needed to win a Derby. He’s strong and he’s fast and I think he is 100 per cent spot on. He loves leading and has never been beaten when he has led. The distance is no problem at all. He’s a really good stayer and he’s got super high speed to go with it. “Obviously, Mitch Maguire is going to be very hard to beat, Herrick Roosevelt has been super impressive and Runrunjimmydunn was most impressive in winning last Friday night. It is by no means a one or two-horse race. There is a lot of quality and this is one of the more even Derbies in recent years.” In his trial on Sunday morning Im Rockaria was driven by Nathan Turvey and he raced three back on the fence before finishing strongly to be second, a head behind Naughty Maravu, an M3-class pacer who set the pace with Brennan in the sulky. “At his most recent start, in a Derby prelude, Im Rockaria tracked up three wide (from the 1100m to be fifth at the bell) and hung in really badly,” Brennan said. “Later we discovered that he had an infection under cavity in a tooth and Gary couldn’t steer him. “This problem is the reason why he hasn’t been able to race over the past three weeks. We had to treat him quite heavily with anti-biotics and we’ve tried a bit of different gear to take the pressure off the jaw. “His win two starts ago, in the Battle of Bunbury, was super.” In that event Im Rockaria enjoyed an ideal passage, one-out and one-back, before starting a three-wide move 800m from home. He surged to the front at the 500m mark and went on to win by more than three lengths from Rock Diamonds.” Im Rockaria, who has earned $137,275 from ten wins and three seconds from 18 starts, has already won a group 1 feature event, having been successful as a two-year-old in the Pearl Classic at Gloucester Park last June. He is owned by Brennan and his wife Lara, Cam Byers and Dave Skelton (who were part-owners of Im Victorious), Michael Maxwell and Cameron Maggs, who broke in Im Rockaria in Victoria. Im Rockaria is the ninth foal out of Vitness, whose second foal Twelve Paces earned $263,058 from 27 wins and 20 placings from 68 starts. Twelve Paces won a heat of the Victoria Derby at Shepparton in January 2007, beating Triple Vance and Lombo Pocket Watch. He then finished fifth behind Lombo Pocket Watch in the final at Moonee Valley. Mitch Maguire, prepared by leading trainers Greg and Skye Bond, is handily drawn at barrier three on the front line and looks set to fight out the finish. His form is outstanding, having won at ten of his past 11 starts in a glittering career of 18 starts for 12 wins and two placings for stakes of $197,373. He completed his Derby preparation with an all-the-way win from barrier one in the 2536m group 2 Western Gateway Classic last Friday week. He was favourite at 10/1 on and after a third quarter of the final mile in 28.4sec., he just held on in a final section of 29.3sec. to beat the fast-finishing Maczaffair by a half-head at a 1.57.3 rate. “He overraced and that probably took the sting out of him,” said reinsman Ryan Warwick. “People shouldn’t want to measure him on that performance. Mitch Maguire beat Im Rockaria at Pinjarra four starts ago (when Mitch Maguire worked hard in the breeze). “I’m confident in the horse and the 2536m won’t worry him. I keep going back to his Pinjarra run three starts ago (when he galloped in a stand and made up a huge amount of lost ground to win easily). It was a phenomenal performance and I rate the horse highly. His record is hard to fault and I can’t see any reason to discount him.” Herrick Roosevelt, who has drawn poorly on the outside of the front line, will be driven by Kim Prentice and Chris Voak has been engaged to handle El Barcelona from the outside of the back line. Herrick Roosevelt has raced only four times for two wins, a second to Mitch Maguire (from the breeze) and a last-start third from the breeze behind Mitch Maguire and Maczaffair. “He’s going super,” Prentice said. “I have sat behind him once, in a trial a couple of weeks ago. It was only a jump out, but I love the horse. The biggest problem on Friday night will be holding him out of the mobile because he is inclined to get keen. We will be trying to slot in somewhere.” El Barcelona won for the fifth time from 12 starts when he led from the No. 1 barrier and held on to defeat Handsandwheels and Heza Head Honcho last Friday night. Handsandwheels, to be driven by Aiden de Campo, is nicely drawn on the inside of the back line and certainly has sound place prospects. Clint Hall will drive Runrunjimmydunn, who was produced in fine fettle for a first-up victory in WA last Friday night. The gelding is awkwardly drawn at barrier six, but will have many admirers after his runaway seven-length victory over In Nyrobi, rating 1.56.4 over 2130m last Friday night. “He’s a pretty good horse and I’ll be putting him into the race at some stage,” Hall said. The Mike Reed-trained Maczaffair is a talented performer who has won at eight of her 18 starts and impressed last Friday week when she was tenth at the 600m and seventh with 250m to travel before flying home to be a half-head second to Mitch Maguire last Friday week. The WA Derby was first run in 1917 and a filly has been successful only six times, with those winners being Hilda Grattan (1948), Happy Mint (1950), Swahili (1962), Hill Oro (1969), Via Vista (1981) and Whitbys Miss Penny (1991). Champion reinsman Chris Lewis will be seeking his sixth win in the classic, after victories behind Trunkey Maseratti (1994), Saab (1998), Talladega (2000), Argent Treasure (2008) and In The Force (2009). He will drive the Ross Olivieri-trained Lord Willoughby from barrier No. 2. Lord Willoughby is improving steadily, but has won only three times from 17 starts.  Ken Casellas

New Zealand-bred seven-year-old Im Master Charlie has struck form with a vengeance and is poised to bring up the third leg of a harness racing hat-trick when he starts off the front line in the Intersport Slater Gartrell Handicap, a stand over 2503m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. The gelding, trained at Blythewood by Michael Brennan, will be driven by Gary Hall jun. and he should fight out the finish with the in-form Tommy Be Good, veteran False Promise and Perfect Mach, who has been placed at his first four starts after resuming from a spell. Im Master Charlie warmed up for Friday night’s event in fine style with a powerful performance to win the Bridgetown Cup over 2597m on Sunday. He started from the back line and lost ground when he met with interference soon after the start. He was ninth with 950m to travel when Michael Grantham sent him forward, three wide. He sustained his strong burst to hit the front 90m from the post and won by almost two lengths from Master Jaxon. Ten nights earlier he started off 30m, raced three wide in the middle stages and then in the breeze before surging away to win by four lengths from Over Loaded. Tommy Be Good, trained by Katja Warwick, will have many admirers and should prove hard to beat from his favourable draw at No. 3 on the front line. He produced a “get-on-me next start” effort when he finished strongly from tenth at the bell to finish fourth behind Aussie Delight in a 2536m mobile event last Friday night. Chris Voak brought Tommy Be Good home with a strong burst from three back on the pegs to win convincingly from Assassinator and Perfect Mach in a 2503m stand at his previous outing, a month earlier. Machrihanish, trained at Bunbury by Stephen de Campo, ran a sound trial for his engagement in the third heat of the Intersport Slater Gartrell Clarke Pace on Friday night when he finished a well-beaten fourth behind Im Master Charlie in the Bridgetown Cup. The five-year-old had a torrid run. He settled down in fourth position, one-out and one-back, before Aiden de Campo switched him three wide after 400m to challenge the pacemaker Mach Tiger. He eventually drew to a clear lead 350m later and then had to withstand a spirited challenge from Master Jaxon with 1400m to travel. He led until the final 400m and then wilted in the home straight. From barrier two on Friday night Machrihanish should either lead or be in a commanding position, His chief rival and likely favourite will be Livura, who is ideally drawn at barrier two on the back line. Livura, trained and driven by Nathan Turvey, is a model of consistency, with his 49 starts producing 13 wins, nine seconds and 11 thirds. Livura, who will be having his first start for 11 weeks, is capable of unwinding a powerful finishing burst and he looks set for many more wins. He has had a spell since his latest appearance, at Gloucester Park on January 6 when he ran on from fourth at the bell to be a close second to Three Bears. Aussie Delight, trained and driven by Garry Butler, also will have many admirers at his third outing after an absence of eight months. He won in effortless style from Eastwood Factor and Bandar last Friday night after racing in the breeze.  Ken Casellas

Harness racing veteran pacer Cut For An Ace ended a losing sequence of 40 and a 39-month drought when Gary Hall jun. drove him to an all-the-way victory in a 2500m stand at Bunbury three Tuesdays ago. And now Hall is upbeat about the Victorian-bred nine-year-old’s ability to maintain his winning form for Blythwood trainer Michael Brennan when he starts from the No. 3 barrier on the front line in the Westral Outdoor Patio Blinds Handicap, a stand over 2503m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. “Cut For An Ace’s win at Bunbury was good and he went to the line with something in hand,” Hall said. “On form, and provided he gets away to a good start he’s the one to beat.” Two of Cut For An Ace’s chief rivals, Major Rush and Assassinator, will start off the 10m mark. Major Rush, to be driven by Morgan Woodley for Myalup trainer Graham Gilbert, drops in class after his splendid effort last Friday night when he trailed the pacemaker Bronze Seeker and finished gamely to be second to that pacer over 2130m last Friday night. A week earlier, Major Rush finished strongly to win a 2503m stand from Twoandahalf Tigers and Another Ayjay. Assassinator, trained by Greg and Skye Bond, impressed at Gloucester Park on Tuesday night when he came from tenth in the middle stages with a sustained three-wide burst to be a head second to Gaz Wannabet in a 2503m stand. Hall is also full of confidence about the prospects of American Boy, who will start from the outside in a field of nine in the $23,000 Westral Vertical and Panel Blinds Pace. “The 2536m is ideal for American Boy and he should win,” said Hall. American Boy, trained by Gary Hall sen., boasts an outstanding winning record of 64 per cent, with his 25 starts producing 16 wins and six seconds. American Boy burst to an early lead and was untroubled to set the pace and win from Our Regal Ideal and Kimba Bay at a 1.57.2 rate last Friday night. Hall will be reunited with New Zealand-bred nine-year-old Tommy Smith when he contests the Westral Timber Blinds Pace. He has driven the Brennan-trained gelding only once --- at Northam in May 2014 when he finished second to Lord Lexus. Hall will replace Michael Grantham, who is serving a term of suspension. Grantham drove Tommy Smith at his most recent outing, when he made much of the running and won narrowly from Bettor Not Knowing in a 2631m stand at Pinjarra last Monday week. Ken Casellas

Nathans Courage, beaten into second place by Franco Rayner in a qualifying heat of The West Australian Nights of Thunder, can turn the tables on his harness racing arch rival in the $50,000 final over 1730m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. That’s the verdict reached by Michael Grantham, whose confidence was boosted after Nathans Courage, trained by Michael Brennan, drew barrier No. 4 and Franco Rayner drew out wide at No. 8. “Obviously, it’s great to draw inside Franco Rayner,” Grantham said. “I’m sure Browny (trainer Colin Brown) will tell Maddison (his daughter) to go forward as hard as they can. It looks a race in two if I get the top and Franco Rayner sits outside of me. If that’s the case I don’t think Franco Rayner can beat me. But it promises to be a great race. “I think that Nathans Courage, who has blistering speed, can cross to the front and then go all the way. Nathans Courage has matured a lot in this preparation and has a lot of bottom to him now. However, Franco Rayner also has a lot of bottom, too.” Colin Brown said that his daughter would make us of Franco Rayner’s brilliant early speed from his wide draw. “Maddison knows the horse well and, obviously, you can’t go back. “It’s a huge advantage to lead at Gloucester Park, but Franco Rayner doesn’t have to lead to be in the thick of it. I’m not saying that we’re going to win it from the breeze, but Franco Rayner has done super since his win in a heat. “All my horses are down at the beach most days now, unless there’s a howling southerly. All the horses love the beach and Franco Rayner struts around like a bantam rooster, puffing his chest out and telling everybody how good he is.” Maddison Brown certainly has built up a great rapport with Franco Rayner. She has driven him ten times for six wins. The New Zealand-bred four-year-old has already earned $137,481 from 13 wins and nine placings from 37 starts. Ace reinsman Gary Hall jun. does not agree that the Nights of Thunder will be a two-horse affair and he gives five-year-old American Boy an excellent winning chance, particularly after drawing the prized No. 1 barrier over the sprint journey. American Boy, trained by Gary Hall sen., has a wonderful 68 per cent winning record, with his 22 starts producing 15 wins and four seconds. American Boy resumed after an absence of just over four months when he raced wide early and then in the one-out, one-back position before sprinting strongly to burst to the lead on the home turn and win by almost two lengths from Char Do Neigh at a 1.54.1 rate in a heat of the Nights of Thunder last Friday night. “I’ll be trying to hold the lead,” Hall jun. said. “American Boy is good enough to win and we’ll certainly be making it tough for his rivals. I know that the other two are going really well, but I would say that American Boy is equally as good as them, if not better. He can win.” Rock Diamonds set for eight in a row Greg and Skye Bond, celebrating their century of winners this season when they landed a double at Pinjarra on Monday afternoon, repeated the dose with a double at Gloucester Park on Tuesday evening. And they should give punters a flying start by winning the opening event, the TABtouch Pace for three-year-olds at Gloucester Park on Friday night.    The Forrestdale master trainers will be pinning their hopes on Rock Diamonds, who is unbeaten at his first seven starts in Western Australia. The Bonds and reinsman Ryan Warwick are proving an all-conquering combination and they are on top of the national trainers’ and drivers’ premiership tables. An indication of the ability of Rock Diamond, a colt by Rocknroll Hanover who finished third at his only start in New Zealand, is that he has won his seven races in WA by a combined total of 64.7 metres --- an average winning margin of 9.14m. Rock Diamonds warmed up for Friday night’s assignment with an impressive victory at Pinjarra on Monday when he started from the back line, settled at the rear and then charged forward to move into the breeze before surging to the front 400m from home on his way to a four-length victory over Hindu Kumara, rating 1.58.6 over 2692m. Rock Diamonds is closely related to a former star from the Bond stables in Ohokas Bondy, who amassed $388,148 from 22 wins and nine placings from 44 starts. Among his victories were The Golden Slipper in 2010, the Caduceus Club Classic, the Western Gateway Pace and Battle of Bunbury in 2011 and the Nights of Thunder, the Four-Year-Old Classic at Pinjarra and the WA Triple Crown in 2012. Ohokas Bondy’s dam Asabella is the mother of Dancing Diamonds, the dam of Rock Diamonds. Ohokas Bondy’s half-brother Code Red won 12 races, six of them for trainer Gary Hall sen., including the 3309m Marathon Handicap at Gloucester Park in August 2012. Rock Diamonds certainly will not have things all his own way on Friday night when he will rise considerably in class, with his rivals including smart last-start winners in Im Rockaria, Maczaffair and Allmightyjoelouis and talented pacers El Barcelona and Major Pocket. Gary Hall jun. has given punters a strong lead by opting to drive the Michael Brennan-trained Im Rockaria in preference to El Barcelona, trained by his father Gary Hall sen. and the winner at four of his nine starts. “Im Rockaria can beat Rock Diamonds,” declared Hall jun., who drove Im Rockaria to an effortless all-the-way win by more than seven lengths from Bethany Aitch over 2285m at Albany on New Year’s Eve. “He led from barrier one at Albany, which is not a good draw on that track,” said Hall who was driving there for only the second time in his illustrious career. Im Rockaria, the winner of six of his ten starts, will be strongly fancied from the prized No. 1 barrier on Friday night. The Bonds and Warwick, apart from heading the national lists, hold commanding leads in the Statewide premierships. The Bonds have prepared 102 winners from 347 starters this season and lead from Gary Hall sen. (47 winners from 214 starters) and Warwick has had 245 drives for 84 winners and leads from Chris Lewis (70 wins from 393 drives) and Gary Hall jun. (66 wins from 289 starts). Ken Casellas

‘Adventurous, mischievous, naughty, boisterous’ - the words used to describe harness racing driver Michael Grantham by his family members growing up as a kid. There wasn’t a lot that Michael wouldn’t do as a young kid, from reversing his dad’s trucks down the narrow Epsom Ave driveway at their home in Ascot, to galloping around the Ascot backtrack on his pony ‘Chilly’, or tearing his pee wee 50 around his nana’s backyard, not to mention the training wheels that had been taken off of his bike as a toddler. It was obvious from a young age that Michael, better known as ‘Micky G’, would have some sort of involvement in the racing industry with his dad Mark being a former jockey and owner of Grantham’s Horse Transport and his mum Kellie a well known then Ascot trainer.   After learning to ride on his chestnut Shetland Chilly, Grantham started riding track work for his mum at the age of 14. With his education still being a priority, Grantham was still studying at the time he signed up for his apprenticeship as a jockey and in 2010 he had his first ride finishing 6th at Northam Race Club aboard the Adam Durrant trained, Secret Bullion.    In 2007 twin brothers Tommy and Nathan Berry made the move to Perth where Nathan joined the Kellie Grantham stables as an apprentice.   Grantham formed a close friendship with the brothers and in 2011 landed a 3 month stint in Sydney with Chris Waller.   Grantham lived with Tommy during his time there and had the pleasure of riding track work for Gai Waterhouse and Gerald Ryan.   He describes Tommy and Nathan as one of the biggest influences in his career as a jockey and experienced great sadness with the passing of Nathan in 2014. Another major influence within his riding career was his multi-tasked mum.   Starting to face a battle with his weight, Kellie went to extreme measures to assist Grantham and played a major role in his career as his manager and master as well.  Although his career as a jockey was short lived due to weight issues, Grantham walked away with 97 winners from just short of 1,000 rides. An inspiration to his current harness career is his Aunty Lara, who has her fair share of knowledge within the racing industry being Lou Luciaini’s foreman for a number of years, and Uncle, well-known Group One winning harness trainer and Olympic Gold medalist Michael Brennan.    Brennan assisted Grantham with his health and well being as a jockey, travelling into the Ascot stables several times a week to train with him and keep his nutrition balanced.    Now combining as a strong trainer/driver partnership in the Harness Racing game, Grantham and Brennan are enjoying successes with class horses such as Billies A Star and the part family owned The Bucket List. At the time, Brennan was stable foreman for Gary Hall Snr.  Grantham started driving track work for Brennan and Hall Snr a year after hanging up the silks and decided that he would make the switch from saddle to sulky not long after.   It was only months after he started driving track work that Grantham had his first trial for Brennan on Bledisloe.    In March 2014 Grantham drove his first winner for trainer and father of long-term girlfriend Maddison, Colin Brown on Deflector.   Other than steering around the horses, Grantham received his truck licence at just 17 years of age and now also works full-time transporting horses for his father at Grantham’s Horse Transport.   With several trips to Broome under his belt this year already and staring recently on the show ‘Outback Truckers’, Grantham travels approximately 300kms a day, juggling shifts between harness meetings. With no future intentions to train, the now 21 year old is enjoying life the way it is and looking forward to potentially having his first drive in the prestigious harness race, the Inter Dominion, later this year. Favourite holiday destination: Broome Favourite childhood memory: Being so close with my sister Claire Best looking person in Harness Racing: Stephanie Smith because I can’t split it between Aiden De Campo and Dylan Edgerton-Green Favourite food: Nana’s food By Ashlea Brennan

Pinjarra harness racing trainer Michael Brennan declares that The Bucket List has never been better and he is confident that the New Zealand-bred seven-year-old will prove hard to beat in the $23,000 Media Guild Cup over 2536m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. “The distance and the small field (eight runners) will suit and he will be right in the race,” Brennan said. Michael Grantham will drive the gelding, who will start from the No. 6 barrier and will clash with up-and-coming star Beaudiene Boaz, brilliant mares Libertybelle Midfrew and Tricky Styx and exciting prospect Heez On Fire. “The Bucket List was in real good form during his previous preparation, but he’s come back a whole lot better this time, for sure. He’s a top-line little horse who really stepped up at his latest start when he smashed the clock in his final sectionals trying to take ground off Bettors Fire. The Bucket List raced without cover for much of the first lap before gaining a perfect sit, one-out and one-back, in the group 3 Howard Porter Memorial over 2130m last Friday week. After a third quarter of the final mile in 28.7sec., Bettors Fire sprinted over the final 400m in 26.9sec. and beat The Bucket List, who finished with great determination, by a neck. The Bucket List won at his two previous starts, by a nose over Our Ideal Act over 2692m at Pinjarra and by a length over Flyalong Falcon in a 2503m stand. “I’ll leave the tactics up to Michael,” Brennan said. “Let him decide when the arms go back. There’s plenty of options; he can breeze and he can sit.” The Bucket List, who has had 61 starts for 18 wins and 25 placings for stakes of $234,105, has been ranked No. 46 for the TABtouch interdominion championship series in November and December. “Hopefully he can climb up the rankings and make the final 30,” Brennan said. “He deserves to run in the series.” Looming large as a major threat to The Bucket List is the brilliant Beaudiene Boaz, who will boost his earnings past the $1 million mark if he finishes first, second or third.    Beaudiene Boaz, a New Zealand-bred five-year-old who has won at 22 of his 32 starts, will begin from the outside (barrier eight) in Friday night’s Cup. His trainer Gary Hall sen. has won the Media Guild Cup with The Falcon Strike (2003), Kotare Flame (2007), Washakie (2008) and Our Arlington (2014). Gary Hall jun., who will drive Beaudiene Boaz, has been successful with The Falcon Strike, Kotare Flame, Washakie and the Kevin Keys-trained Tuxedo Tour (2015). Beaudiene Boaz has overcome a setback in his preparation and will be making his first appearance since he was restrained from the outside barrier, raced at the rear and was forced out wide in the final circuit when a well-beaten ninth behind Our Jimmy Johnstone over 2130m on August 5. “He seems to have recovered from whatever was affecting him last time,” Hall jun. said. “He had some sort of lung bug. “He’ll need the run, but he’s working good enough to win. He’s had a few good hit-outs at home and it will be just a matter of getting him to do something from behind (instead of setting the pace as he has in many of his wins). “It’s a small field, but a good field. The Bucket List is flying and the mares are getting a free-kick (drawing the No. 1 and No. 2 barriers under the preferential conditions for mares). Libertybelle Midfrew (barrier one) and Tricky Styx (two) will have many admirers. Each is a smart frontrunner. Libertybelle Midfrew showed a welcome return to form last Friday night when she started from barrier six and finished strongly from seventh at the bell to be third behind Bettors Fire and Copagrin in the 2130m Spring Pace. Tricky Styx, a winner at 18 of her 41 starts, raced three back on the pegs in fifth position and was hampered for room in the home straight when a sound fourth behind Bettors Fire last Friday week. Adding considerable interest to the race will be the return of the WA-bred seven-year-old Heez On Fire, who has not raced since finishing last behind El Machine last February. The winner of 16 races from 30 starts, he is now trained by octogenarian Bill Horn. Heez On Fire, who has been affected by leg problems, has impressed in three trials at Pinjarra in July and when second to Another Vinnie in a Pinjarra trial last Sunday week. At his previous trial appearance (over 2185m) Heez On Fire won from The Bucket List after sprinting over the final quarter in a sizzling 26.4sec. He won trials at each of the two previous Sundays, with final quarters in 27.8sec. and 27.5sec. Ken Casellas

Chris Voak, fresh from landing the final winner of the 2015-16 harness racing season --- when he brought 20/1 outsider Manhattan Billy home with a spirited burst from sixth at the bell to beat the pacemaker Bellerkerrin in a C0 event on Tuesday night --- has high hopes of making a successful start to the new season by driving Naughty Maravu to victory in the NRL WA on The Way Handicap at Gloucester Park on Friday night. This gave Voak his 119th driving success for the season and he finished fifth in the WA reinsmen’s premiership, behind Gary Hall jun., Chris Lewis, Nathan Turvey and Ryan Warwick. It was the fourth successive year that Voak had driven more than a hundred winners. Pinjarra trainer Michael Brennan engaged Voak after Hall was suspended for nine days for causing another runner to cover extra ground in a race at Bunbury last Saturday week. Hall was granted a stay of proceedings and he started his suspension after driving three winners at Kellerberrin on Sunday. Hall has driven the promising Naughty Maravu at the gelding’s past five starts for a win, two seconds, a third and a seventh placing. The Badlands Hanover gelding started from 10m in a 2503m event last Friday night. He settled in eighth position and was sixth at the bell before starting a three-wide move 650m from home and running on with great determination to be third, beaten a nose behind the dead-heaters Assassinator and Pay Me Cullen. At his previous outing, Naughty Maravu started from 10m before dashing to the front after 500m in the 3309m Marathon Handicap. He set a solid pace and finished second to Our Jericho. The final quarters were run in 28.3sec. and 27.8sec. Voak has enjoyed a good association with Naughty Maravu, having driven him to three wins and a third from eight drives. Naughty Maravu will continue his rivalry with Assassinator and Pay Me Cullen this week and those pacers, stablemates at Greg and Skye Bond’s training establishment in Forrestdale, will have many admirers. Assassinator (Ryan Warwick) and Pay Me Cullen (Ryan Bell) will share the 10m mark with Naughty Maravu, with the Bond team’s third runner, Bettor Offer (Colin Brown) starting off 20m with last-start winner Our Jericho (Chris Lewis). The Bond stable has 13 runners engaged at the meeting and the best of these appears to be Delightful Offer, who will be driven by Lauren Jones from the outside of the front line in the 2536m Maureen Clement Memorial Pace. Delightful Offer resumed after a ten-month absence last Friday week when he was restrained from barrier five and was ninth at the bell before charging home late, out five wide, to be a close-up, eye-catching fourth behind Ideal Justice. Ken Casellas

Champion harness racing reinsman Gary Hall jun. celebrated his 34th birthday by driving the Michael Brennan-trained Awesum Teddy to victory in a 2503m stand at Gloucester Park on Tuesday night and he hopes to continue in good form by landing Maidenimpression a winner of the third race, the Bill Steer Memorial Pace for three-year-old fillies, on Friday night. Hall has driven Maidenimpression for Boyanup trainer Justin Prentice at the filly’s past three starts for a fast-finishing win in the Dainty’s Daughter Classic at Pinjarra, an unlucky fifth behind Jasmin Amal and an easy win in a heat of the Breeders Classic at Gloucester Park on Monday afternoon. Maidenimpression is somewhat awkwardly drawn at barrier six in Friday night’s 2130m event, but Hall believes the filly by the $4 million earner Mister Big has the ability to overcome this disadvantage. “She led from barrier one and got it all her own way on Monday,” he said. “But she still ran decent sectionals (30.6sec., 30.1sec., 28.4sec. and 27.7sec.). She’s a big-striding filly and she goes quicker than what you think she’s going. It felt like that she won in second gear. “This will be a test from barrier six, but she’s probably good enough to go forward. Eventually she will be a role player from any draw.” Ross Olivieri, an eight-time premiership trainer in WA, said that he Sheer Rocknroll was a big chance in the race if she was able to get to the front from the No. 2 barrier. Sheer Rocknroll has won at eight of her 26 starts and is a splendid frontrunner. But Olivieri is concerned that she might not be able to cross the polemarker Maia Maguire, a filly trained by Prentice who made most of the running when an easy winner at Bunbury two starts ago. Sheer Rocknroll will be handled by her usual reinsman Stuart McDonald, who was suspended on Tuesday night for four weeks after the stewards found him guilty of an unacceptable drive behind Sheer Rocknroll when she finished fifth and last behind Maidenimpression on Monday afternoon. The stewards ruled that McDonald erred by electing to move Sheer Rocknroll from a one-wide position early in the race to the pegs, where he was unable to gain a clear run for the remainder of the race. McDonald’s penalty will start from midnight on Friday night. Ken Casellas

Pinjarra harness racing trainer Michael Brennan advises punters to overlook talented five-year-old Billies A Star’s seventh behind Elegant Christian last week and predicts that the New Zealand-bred gelding will be prominent in the $23,000 Schneider Electric Pace over 2536m at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Billies A Star led from the No. 1 barrier last Friday night, but was challenged relentlessly by Elegant Christian in the first circuit before Elegant Christian forged clear after a lap and then set the pace and won by a nose from Waylade at a 1.54.9rate over the 2130m journey. “He just couldn’t handle that pressure in that grade,” Brennan said. “This is a bit of a drop in grade and there’s no Elegant Christian there. Last week he was crunched by Elegant Christian, who is just phenomenal. He is one of those horses who just crushes you. And last week, unfortunately, Billies A Star was the one being crushed.”            At his previous outing, over 2692m at Pinjarra on June 6, Billies A Star raced three back on the pegs in fifth place before fighting on to finish third behind Phoenix Warrior and Our Jimmy Johnstone. Billies A Star will be driven by Nathan Turvey on Friday night and he should have the gelding in a forward position all the way after starting from barrier four. Brennan will also be represented by Jason Rulz, who is unfavourably drawn out wide at barrier eight. “His run first-up for five months was good when eighth behind Glenlochar last week,” Brennan said. “From his wide barrier it was impossible to get into the race. I’m very happy with him, but he’s drawn out at No. 8 again this week. He’s going to have to go back and it looks tough.” Serpentine trainer Gary Hall sen. said he expected the consistent Waylade (barrier seven) to be hard to beat. “It was a good effort to come from the rear to finish a very close second to Elegant Christian last week,” he said. “The first two beat the rest by the length of a cricket pitch.” Forrestdale trainer Greg Bond said that he expected Our Jimmy Johnstone to run a strong race from the No. 6 barrier.   “He’s going good are we’re hoping he can work forward from barrier six and find a forward position,” Bond said. “I like to think he can fight out the finish. I think he’s right up there with the other horses in the field.” Ken Casellas

Crack reinsman Chris Voak has high hopes of bringing up his century of winners for the season by guiding Miss Twiggy Whitby to victory in the $25,000 R. H. Trotter and Co. Pace for Westsired two-year-old fillies at Gloucester Park on Friday night. Miss Twiggy Whitby is trained at Meelon by her breeder and part-owner Ed Dewar and Voak would dearly love to land the Rich And Spoilt filly a winner this week. He made a difficult choice a week ago when he opted to drive Im Rockaraia for trainer Michael Brennan in the group 1 $100,000 Pearl Classic in preference to Dewar’s smart colt Our Zak Whitby. Im Rockaria won the classic, with Our Zack Whitby an unlucky, fast-finishing fourth after he was badly inconvenienced by a tiring runner in the back straight in the final circuit. Voak has had 817 drives this season for 99 wins, 116 seconds and 83 thirds and is in fourth place on the reinsmen’s premiership table, behind Chris Lewis (131 wins), Gary Hall jun. (120) and Nathan Turvey (113). Miss Twiggy Whitby will start from the No. 4 barrier in the field of six runners and has excellent prospects. She is one of only two winners in the field, the other being the Kevin Keys-trained Sarah Goody, who will be driven by Matt White from the No. 2 barrier. Miss Twiggy Whitby’s only win from nine starts was when she led from barrier four and defeated Tell Me More over 1730m at Gloucester Park in January. At her most recent appearance she was first out from the No. 1 barrier before Voak decided to take the sit behind brilliant filly Angel Bromac. Angel Bromac sped over the final 800m in 57.3sec. and won by three lengths from Miss Twiggy Whitby. Friday night’s event appears quite an open affair, with the Justin Prentice-trained Allamerican Queen sure to be prominent after drawing the prized No. 1 barrier. Allamerican Queen was a 112/1 outsider in the WA Oaks last Friday week when she finished solidly from tenth at the bell to be sixth, five and a half lengths behind the winner, her stablemate Lady Luca. Sarah Goody was a winner at Bunbury four starts ago when she led from barrier one and beat Rich Maiden by a neck, rating 1.58.8 over 1609m. She was a fighting second to Maczaffair at Bunbury two starts ago. The Royal Lady, trained at Harvey by Kevin Egerton-Green, will start from barrier five and will be driven by Kim Young. She will have admirers. She trailed the pacemaker Red Hot Roxy and finished third behind her in the group 1 Sales Classic three starts ago. Before that she finished a sound second to Betshes Precious, with Miss Twiggy Whitby in third place. Sweet Gina, a filly by Legacy of Power and trained at Oldbury by Kim Prentice will start from the outside in her race debut. She will be driven by Gary Hall jun. She warmed up for her first assignment in fine style, winning a 2150m trial at Byford on Sunday morning by three lengths from Flying Phoebe. That followed an easy trial win over 1750m the previous Sunday. Ken Casellas

Im Rockaria, or “Nelson” as he is known at the harness racing stables of Brennan Racing, repaid the faith installed in him by reinsman Chris Voak on Friday with an impressive victory in the 2016 Princi Smallgoods Pearl Classic. WATCH: 2016 Princi Pearl Classic Replay + GPTV Interviews Chris Voak qualified Im Rockaria and Our Zak Whitby for the final but chose to steer the Rocknroll Hanover colt who was purchased at the APG sales in Melbourne for $16,000. After lobbing the one-out-one-back from barrier 4, Im Rockaria led the three-wide line at the 750 meter mark and found a position outside the leader within a few hundred meters. He did battle with the favourite Wesley in the run to the line but outstayed him to take home the largest share of the $100,000 Group 1 Prizemoney. Chis Voak was full of praise for the horse and his Pinjarra based trainer Michael Brennan who has nursed the colt through soundness issues throughout his 5 start career. “You really don’t understand what this horse has gone through to get here tonight… I thought he had the ability to do what he did tonight, and he proved to me he did” he said. Next on Im Rockaria’s hit-list is the July 15 Golden Slipper. “We’ll be heading to the Golden Slipper next and if he goes well enough in that, we’ll look at heading over for the Breeders’ Crown” said trainer Michael Brennan... “We bought him at the APG Sale and he has turned out to be a great buy, he is a lovely horse, which has the looks, manners and engine…there is plenty of upside to him”. Scott Hamilton

Speedy frontrunner Wesley is certain to be installed a warm favourite for the Princi Smallgoods Pearl Classic at Gloucester Park on Friday night after drawing the prized No. 1 barrier in the $100,000 group 1 2130m feature event for two-year-olds. But Harness Racing reinsman Chris Voak is in no mood to concede that Wesley has an unbreakable grip on the race and he considers that he has sound winning prospects with the Michael Brennan-trained Rocknroll Hanover colt Im Rockaria. Voak’s decision to drive the lightly-raced Im Rockaria in preference to Our Zak Whitby, the most experienced runner in the event, will surprise many keen followers of the light harness racing sport. Voak drove Our Zak Whitby and Im Rockaria to impressive victories in qualifying heats of the Pearl on Tuesday of last week. Im Rockaria was untroubled to set the pace from barrier three and was not extended in winning from American Dynasty, covering the 2130m in 2min. 40.2sec. Our Zak Whitby was smartest into stride from the No. 1 barrier in his heat in which he led for the first 600m and then trailed the pacemaker Michael Joseph before unwinding a sparkling late burst to win convincingly from Writing On Thewall and Allmightyjoelouis. His time for the journey was 2min. 35.9sec. Voak has disregarded the considerable difference of 4.3sec. in opting for Im Rockaria. Wesley simply coasted to an all-the-way heat win in 2min. 39.7sec. Voak said that a better barrier (No. 4) had swayed him to choose Im Rockaria ahead of Our Zak Whitby, who will start from the No. 6 barrier on the front line. “Our Zak Whitby, from six, might have to go back at the start,” Voak said. “Wesley looks sure to lead, but I’m hoping to get a good sit in the one-out, one-back trail with Im Rockaria, who is an improving horse. I certainly wouldn’t have chosen him if I didn’t think he could win.” Im Rockaria has raced four times for two wins and two seconds, while Our Zak Whitby has been driven by Voak in all his 12 starts for three wins, five seconds and two thirds. Wesley, a Sportswriter colt who will be driven by Reon Tither for young Bunbury trainer Sarah Wall, is a brilliant frontrunner who has had seven starts for five wins and one third. When Voak opted for Im Rockaria, Ed Dewar, the breeder, part-owner and trainer of Our Zak Whitby, wasted no time in securing champion reinsman Chris Lewis to drive the WA-bred Mach Three colt on Friday night. Dewar prepared Henry Te Whitby when Rod Chambers drove him to victory over Tempestuous Whitby in the 1998 Pearl Classic. Lewis will be seeking to win the Pearl for the fourth time, after scoring with Lombo Laredo in 1994, Mitemptation in 1995 and Argent Treasure in 2007. Byford trainer David Thompson, who won the Pearl in 2014 with the frontrunning Isaiah Artois, holds a strong hand in Friday night’s classic with Allmightyjoelouis and Whoswhointhezoo, who will start from barriers one and two, respectively, on the back line. “Allmightyjoelouis is my pick of the two,” Thompson said. “I couldn’t be happier with the way he’s going. He needed the run when he was third in his heat which was run considerably faster than the other two heats. “He did all the work in the heat and I wouldn’t swap him with any other runner in the final. There’s not much of him and he’s not much to look at, but he’s a lovely little horse with a great attitude.” Champion reinsman Gary Hall jun. will continue as the driver of Allmightyjoelouis, who settled in seventh place in his heat before starting a three-wide move 1200m from home and getting to the front at the 250m mark before wilting slightly to be third to Our Zak Whitby. He led and won by just under three lengths from The Real Ideal in the $100,000 group 1 Sales Classic at his previous outing. Whosewhointhezoo, a gelding by Major In Art, is not as advanced as Allmightyjoelouis, but Thompson expects him to be prominent. He will be handled by Peter Tilbrook and is likely to have the perfect trail behind the likely pacemaker Wesley. He was bred and is owned by Thompson’s wife Karen. “He’s a big horse and is just a work in progress,” Thompson said. “But he is coming along quite nicely.” Oakford trainer Ross Olivieri said that Writing On Thewall (placed at four of his seven starts) was capable of a strong effort from the favourable No. 3 barrier. “He worked nicely this (Tuesday) morning and I’m very happy with him,” he said. Writing On Thewall was fifth at the bell and after getting off the pegs at the 450m mark he went three wide on the home turn and took a narrow lead 50m from the post before finishing second to Our Zak Whitby in a qualifying heat. Olivieri won the Pearl with Lombo Laredo (1994) and Argent treasure (2007).    Ken Casellas

Im Master Charlie and Our Jericho will both be looking to complete a hat-trick of wins when they meet in the Murray Downs Discretionary Handicap on Friday night. The Brennan Racing prepared Im Master Charlie, a standing start specialist, has won from a 40m handicap at his last two outings in Northam and will appreciate the front row draw this week. Driven patiently on May 5th, the Bettors Delight 6yo entire swamped the field with a dazzling burst of speed heading down the back straight for the last time and was engaged in a stride-for-stride battle with Casey Isabella in the run home to win by a nose. A fortnight later he was able to tack on to the field after a lap before making a three-wide move with 1000m to travel. He showed dour toughness to run past his rivals in the final quarter to record a 6.2m win. The Ross Olivieri prepared Our Jericho's past two wins were off 30 and 40m handicaps at Pinjarra and Bunbury. A lightning fast beginner, driver Chris Lewis was able to be dragged into the race and lobbed one-out-one-back before sprinting past Arising Eastern in the home stretch, winning by 1.8m in a mile-rate of 2:00.2 for the 2631m SS on May 9th. Twelve days later he was in Bunbury and after settling was able to make a smart mid-race move to lead the pack with 1200m left to travel. He was left alone for the remainder of the event and notched up a 2:00.9 victory by 7.2m to Buhn Lurt. Machs A Pearler is the only other last start victor in the 2503m SS event on Friday – he saluted in a 2100m mobile event at Bunbury on the 21st of May. Kristian Hawkins will be looking to get the son of Mach Three out better than the last time he stood at the barrier, with the horse being successful in leading all the way in 10 of his 12 career wins.  Scott Hamilton

Former star apprentice jockey Michael Grantham has bright prospects of landing his most important winner as a harness racing reinsman by guiding the ultra-consistent The Bucket List to victory in the $35,000 group 3 Christmas Gift at Gloucester Park on Friday night. The 20-year-old Grantham will drive the New Zealand-bred six-year-old for his uncle, Pinjarra trainer Michael Brennan, and the gelding has the ability to overcome the disadvantage of starting out wide at No. 7 on the front line in the 2130m feature event. The Bucket List is certain to start favourite after being the fastest of the three heat winners last Friday night. He rated 1.56 when he sustained a powerful three-wide burst from fourth at the bell to win by almost a length from the pacemaker Our Major Mark, with a head to Im A Peregrine. The other heat winners were Fernleigh Rebel (1.56.3) and Bronze Seeker (1.56.7). Fernleigh Rebel will start from barrier two on the back line, with Bronze Seeker on his outside.    Grantham, who rode 97 winners before increasing weight forced his retirement as a jockey in 2012, has a close affinity with The Bucket List, who he has driven four times for two wins and two thirds. The Bucket List has been a model of consistency throughout his 46-start career which has produced 13 wins, 12 seconds and six thirds for $157,336 in prizemoney. Since arriving in WA from New Zealand eight months ago he has had 13 starts for seven wins and six placings. By Christian Cullen, The Bucket List is the first foal out of the American-bred mare Saddle Ridge (by Artsplace). The mare’s second foal is the Mach Three gelding Extreme Machine, who won twice at Alexandra Park in November-December 2013 before being sold to America where he has proved highly successful for owner Joseph Muscara, trainer Darren Cassar and reinsman Eric Goodell. The Bucket List is sure to have to do plenty of work from his wide barrier in an open event in which the powerful Hall and Bond stables will each be represented by three runners. Gary Hall sen. will be pinning his faith on Algranco Under Fire, Soho Lennon and Mohegan Sun, while Greg and Skye Bond’s runners Jumbo Jet, Phoenix Warrior and Our Major Mark will be popular with punters. Algranco Under Fire will start from the coveted No. 1 barrier and Clint Hall is sure to make full use of the gelding’s good gate speed. Algranco Under Fire trailed the pacemaker Fernleigh Rebel when an excellent second to that pacer in a qualifying heat last Friday night. Hall sen. will be looking to one of his runners to give him his sixth winner in the Christmas Gift. He has been successful with Nixons Creed (1993), Allioop (2004), McRaes Mate (2007), Livingontheinterest (2012) and Toretto (2013). The Bond stable has won the Christmas Gift with Motu Treasure in 2010 and Russley Rascal in 2011 and Jumbo Jet, Phoenix Warrior and Our Major Mark are racing keenly and are capable of winning. Perhaps the best of the trio will be Jumbo Jet, who will be driven by Colin Brown from barrier four on the front line. Jumbo Jet ran home solidly from sixth at the bell when third behind Fernleigh Rebel and Algranco Under Fire last Friday night. Jumbo Jet gave a superb performance at his previous outing when he thundered home from the rear to win from Phoenix Warrior and Smokey The Bandit over 2100m at Bunbury. Fernleigh Rebel is in line to complete a hat-trick for 87-year-old Wanneroo owner-trainer Ken White after sparkling all-the-way wins over 2130m at his two most recent outings when he relished staring from the No. 1 barrier on each occasion. He will start from the No. 2 barrier on the back line on Friday night, which will not prove an insurmountable problem. He can unwind a sparkling late sprint. Oakford trainer Ross Olivieri will be looking to Im A Peregrine to give him his second win in the Christmas Gift, following the success of Savette in 1992. Im A Peregrine will be driven by the in-form Stuart McDonald, who will be toying with a plan to take the early lead from the No. 3 barrier. Im A Peregrine is not only a smart frontrunner, but has shown plenty of strength in races in which he has worked hard in the breeze. He raced without cover and fought on grandly when third, less than a length behind the winner The Bucket List in a qualifying heat. Bronze Seeker has struck a purple patch for Byford trainer Peter Anderson with fast-finishing wins over 2130m last Friday night and on Sunday afternoon. Chris Lewis will handle the New Zealand-bred seven-year-old who will start from the outside of the back line. Bronze Seeker is a smart sit-sprinter capable of making his presence felt. The Christmas Gift is one of the very few WA feature events which has eluded Lewis and the champion reinsman would dearly love to right that wrong on Friday night. by Ken Casellas

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