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There will not be a dry eye at the track should the David Thorn trained Gamebreaker win Thursday night's The MonSTaR Foundation Danny Bergan Memorial at Penrith. One of Gamebreaker's owners in Danny Bergan's son, Daniel, and after an approach was made to Harness Racing New South Wales permission has been granted for the son of Mach Three to wear Bergan's old race colours. On the 10th March 2007 Danny Bergan passed away after a two year battle with Motor Neurone Disease and in his memory, Danny's son Daniel and good friend Stuart Jamieson set out to do all they could to ensure that Danny's wife was financially secure and they would do all they could to help raise awareness and research into the debilitating disease. In 2010, Daniel and Stuart took their fundraising efforts and linked up with the MonSTaR Foundation and since then all money raised at the Danny Bergan fundraisers has gone directly to the Foundation, a body that has raised over $1 million, all in the name of supporting sufferers of Motor Neurone Disease. Daniel and Stuart have raised a combined total of $320,000 over the last five years with the majority of the money going to the MonSTaR Foundation and Thursday's meeting at Penrith will be another fundraising event. Gamebreaker is only lightly raced, having had two starts for a victory, however the four year old has not raced since August of last year. "He is beautifully bred, he is out of a half sister to Blacks A Fake and we have had to be a bit patient because he has had a few issues," syndicate manager Mitch Lenaghan said. "If it could win on Thursday night for Daniel and his family, wearing Danny's colours, it would be a very special night." The MonSTaR Foundation Danny Bergan Memorial is race five at Penrith and is scheduled to begin at 8:17. By Greg Hayes  

In his last three victories the Kevin Pizzuto trained Freyberg has beaten several Gr. 1 performers. Four starts ago he proved too strong for three time Gr. 1 winner Gaius Caesar, two starts ago he beat 2013 Blacks A Fake winner Ideal Scott and Inter Dominion placegetter Seel N Print and last weekend he spoiled the party when he ran down Smoken Up in what will be the dual Miracle Mile winner's last run at Tabcorp Park Menangle. "He is going really well at the moment, actually it is probably better described as flying because he is just getting better and better," Pizzuto said. "What I am really happy with is that he has developed some gate speed while he has been racing up in the grades, when he first arrived from New Zealand he didn't possess much early speed at all but with the experience against the better ones he is learning and his gate speed is now becoming vital in these races." Freyberg has been driven predominantly by Inter Dominion winning reinsman James Rattray and Pizzuto acknowledges that he will be on the lookout for a new driver next season. "I want to target Freyberg for races like the Miracle Mile and that means he may clash with Beautide at some stage and James won't be able to drive my horse, we will have to cross that bridge when we come to it and it isn't a major worry but it is something that I have been thinking about with all of his good recent runs. "Freyberg arrived in Australia and was eligible to compete in C2 races and I actually took him to Penrith for his first three starts and he ended up winning five in a row before he was beaten for me." Freyberg is no stranger to Gr. 1 level after he placed third in the Treuer Memorial at Bankstown last December behind Washakie. "I'm going to set him a pretty big campaign next season and hopefully he can work his way into some of the big races, it would be nice to have a runner in the big ones." By Greg Hayes (Harness Racing NSW)

Harness racing reinsman Gavin Fitzpatrick looks set to bring up another century of winners in a season in his home state of New South Wales        .  The son of leading trainer Paul Fitzpatrick has 97 winners for the season and has two good drives at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Saturday night. "I'm pretty sure I have got to the 100 winners three or four times in the past but I haven't done it for a couple of years," Fitzpatrick said. "Dad is working the same size team as he has in the past but we have just had a really good season, there is a lot of nice horses in the stable that started on good marks and have worked their way through the grades which obviously helps kick along my tally because I don't do a lot of outside driving." Fitzpatrick will drive Breeders Crown placegetter Rogers Passion in race three on Saturday night and was very pleased with her first up performance. "Her run at Penrith was very good, she got a long way back and made up a lot of ground and it was her first run back for a couple of months so I think she should take a lot of benefit from that." "She is paid up for the Breeders Crown this season and she did run second behind Frith in the three year old fillies final last year but we will just see how she progresses at this stage." In race one on Saturday night Fitzpatrick will drive Swift Exit. "He's been racing very well at Penrith and it will be his first run back at Menangle in quite a while. Saturday night will be a little bit harder but if he holds his form he shouldn't be too far away." Fitzpatrick also confirmed that Ocean Diva will not go to Queensland and will now be aimed at the Breeders Crown in Victoria. By Greg Hayes (Courtesy of Harness Racing NSW)  

The NSW Rising Stars series continued at Penrith last night with the Riverina's Todd Prest closing in on leader Chris Geary following a victory with the Ian Wilson trained Charli Springfield. The opening event was taken out by the Blake Fitzpatrick trained Iam Ready for Maitland's Grace Grant which has elevated her to third position on the leader board. The current points tally is as follows; Chris Geary 71 Todd Prest 65 Grace Grant 53 Jack Trainor 47 Kristy Sheehy (WA) 47 Mitch Turnbull 47 Kasey Hocking 41 Nathan Xuereb 37 Max Hughes 36 Liam Armstrong 18 Mitch Turnbull - Western Dist - 4 The next three heats will be held tomorrow at Bathurst Harness Racing Club race 1 - 5:14pm, race 3 - 6:06pm & race 5 - 7:10pm The fourth round of heats will be conducted at Newcastle tomorrow night before concluding with a final heat at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Sunday. Dale Walker | Manager - Marketing | Harness Racing New South Wales  

The NSW Rising Stars series continued at Bathurst last night and with Chris Geary winning yet another heat (his third) the 16 year old takes a comfortable lead into tonight's Penrith meeting. The opening event was taken out by the Ashlee Siejka trained Marquez for local junior Mitch Turnbull. Geary took out the next heat when he scored in strong fashion on 30-1 outsider Tulhurst Sarsha for trainer Nathan Hurst. The Riverina's Todd Prest led all the way in the final heat aboard Warner for Peter Trevor-Jones gaining valuable points which elevated him into second place on the leader board. The current points tally is as follows; Chris Geary 60 Todd Prest 41 Jack Trainor 35 Kristy Sheehy (WA) 34 Kasey Hocking 33Mitch Turnbull 31 Grace Grant 29 Nathan Xuereb 29 Max Hughes 25 Liam Armstrong 13 Mitch Turnbull - Western Dist - 4 The next three heats will be held tomorrow at Bathurst Harness Racing Club race 1 - 5:14pm, race 3 - 6:06pm & race 5 - 7:10pm The third round of heats will be conducted at Penrith this evening. HRNSW

Newcastle Harness Racing Club has appointed former Wyong Race Club Chief Executive Tony Drew as its new General Manager. Drew will start next month in the role left vacant when Ross Gigg died suddenly on May 8 from a heart attack at age 58. The former Penrith Panthers centre spent 22 years in the job and became a highly respected and much loved figure in harness racing. Drew has a long history in racing administration, serving as Racing and Operations Manager at Newcastle Jockey Club for a decade then as CEO at Wyong from 2000 to late last year. Drew will commence his duties with the Newcastle HRC in a fortnight's time. Dale Walker | Manager - Marketing | Harness Racing New South Wales  

It was a milestone that crept up on leading Bathurst harness racing reinswoman Amanda Turnbull but it was one that she will savour for many years to come. On the eve of her relocating to Victoria to start a new facet of her life with partner Nathan Jack, Amanda landed her 1000th winner at the Peak Hill Harness Racing Club's TAB Carnival of Cups meeting on Sunday afternoon in what can only be described as a mighty effort. The 24 year old who has inherited the ability of her famous grandfather AD Turnbull and her equally talented father Steve not only busted through the 1000 winner barrier but she also bagged four winners and three placegetters on the eight race program. Amanda didn't have to wait very long to crack the marvellous milestone as it came up in the second race of the afternoon when she combined with her brother Josh to score with Forever Texas ($2.30) in the Elders Rural Services Pace (2250m). She charged the gelding out of gate three to lead and then proceeded to set a brisk pace. And although the gelding was shortening stride as the race drew to a close, he boxed on determinedly to score by a head over Major Gambler ($18.30, Blair Hurst) which had applied plenty of pressure over the final 800 metres and was gallant in defeat. Veracity Red ($3.80) was given every chance by Amy Day who tracked the leaders into the straight but he had to settle for third placing after failing to get on terms with them. There were plenty of supporters on hand to offer congratulations to Amanda and she was presented with flowers and a specially made cake, inscribed with the milestone. Shiraz Shannon ($1.80) scored a clear win in a lack lustre affair which was the Tony & Jill McGrath Pace (2250m) to give Amanda her second winner for the afternoon and trainer Bruce Dumesny his first winner in over 30 years. And it was simply a case of the horse who got the best run got the money with Amanda landing the one out, one back trail with Shiraz Shannon who sprinted quickly at the top of the lane and pinched a winning break. Tee Tiny ($11.90, Andrew Cassell) came from last to grab the second prize narrowly in advance of Snags Hall ($3.10, Steve Dowton) which led and had every chance. Precious M ($1.80) continued the "mid meeting" assault Amanda inflicted on her opponents, taking out the Yardy and Rita Davis Memorial (2250m). This time she was seen up in the death chair with Precious M and the horse was always travelling well within itself until Amanda hit the go button on the home turn. The gelding dashed past the leader and then had to hold off a late challenge from Getaloadaher ($10.90, Blair Hurst) which had followed the winner every inch of the way. Ryans Lane ($5.70, Steve Turnbull) was the pacemaker and although he was well rated in front, he failed to see out the distance and had to settle for third. Cracka Stride ($1.30) could not have been more impressive than he was in taking out the Menangle Where Horses Fly Country Series Heat (1800m), completing Amanda's quartet of winners. After enduring a real charge for the lead, Cracka Stride eventually worked to the lead with 1400 metres to run and Amanda simply ran her opposition off their legs, recording 1.57.9 on the way to a thirteen and a half metre victory. Bohemian Art ($16.60, Anthony Winnell) was the early leader and then sat on the winner's back throughout, holding on strongly for second while Hallycould ($12.50, John O'Shea) ran a respectable race for third after being the other horse in that early speed battle. The Peak Hill Ex-Services & Citizens Club Final (1800m) promised to be a great race and it was certainly shaping that way until the field reached the 400 metre mark when the two favourites for the race, Fantasy Level and Half Crown Gap struck trouble with the latter hitting the deck and dislodging driver Steve Turnbull. Meanwhile, I Surf ($15.20, Murray Sullivan) emerged out of the pack after enjoying a cosy run and got clear near the line to score a strong win over Janets Ace ($15.50, Terry Robb) and Blessedbythebest ($8.50, Amanda Turnbull). I Surf which is owned by prominent Penrith Solicitor, Greg Harris rated 1.58.3 and continued the great run of success being enjoyed by Forbes trainer Jason Gaffney who is building up a nice team of pacers. It was a similar scene in the Tabcorp Park Menangle Country Series Heat (1800m) when Murray Sullivan took a nasty tumble from Bee Mine with 500 metres to run. Stewards deemed the fall was caused by a racing incident and couldn't lay blame on any individual. Thankfully Sullivan escaped with minor injuries as did Steve Turnbull in the previous race. Highview Aria ($3.00) led in the race and again, Amanda Turnbull set a brisk pace. Heza Nuther Melody ($10.50) was able to slot in behind the pace and it was at the 500 metre mark that driver Garth Hot shunted his way into the clear and went out after Highview Aria. The pair settled down to a two horse war for the last furlong and Heza Nuther Melody got the upper hand over the concluding stages to record a strong three and a half metre win. Grouse Party House ($18.10, Robert Clifford) worked home well after racing back along the pegs and he grabbed the third prize. Amy Day made the long trip up from Goulburn worthwhile when she drew early blood in the opening event, the Rosewood Stud 3yo Pace (2250m) with Red Onahi ($3.50). Day always had the flashy chestnut well placed in the running line and despite only winning by a nose, Red Onahi appeared to be the one to beat a long way from home. Amy's cousin, Michael Day Junior was the one who almost upset the apple cart as he brought Pride Of Flight ($11.20) home with a well-timed run from near last and the close finish even left race caller, Craig Easey a little embarrassed as he went the wrong way. Happy Napa ($29.50, John O'Shea) flashed up late to run third, just two metres in arrears. Forbes trained youngster, Karinya Mully ($25.40) recorded a popular win in the Langlands Hanlon 3yo Pace (2250m) giving trainer, driver Gary Eyre and Trundle owners Tom and Col Quade a well-deserved win. Eyre sat patiently at the back of the field for the majority of the trip and when he moved Karinya Mully to the centre of the track with 400 metres to run, the gelding sprinted quickly and rounded the leaders up in the twinkling of an eye. On the line, he had a two and a half metre advantage over Artista Lombo ($2.10, Amanda Turnbull) which settled with a trail but then found the death seat with 800 metres to run. Team Of Starzzz ($3.40, Amy Day) sat behind the leader and appeared to get his chance after seeing daylight in the straight. Harness Racing New South Wales

The autumn weather has been superb but even better for our Owners of the Month for May, namely Bradley Hewitt, Lester and Linda Hewitt and Peter Trevor-Jones. Brad Hewitt has had a purple patch of late, winning 7 races with 4 horses; She’s All Magic, Spare Me Days, the exciting He’s A  Dude, and the ever improving I’m Jay Tee. An impressive aspect of this success is the consistency shown by the stable runners. The Western Districts husband and wife team of Lester and Linda Hewitt won 5 races with 3 horses; Casino Chimes and She’s So Foxy at Bathurst and Armbro Chimes at Penrith and Menangle. The latter horse will figure prominently in the upcoming 4 year old division of the Breeders Challenge. The last recipient for May is the very successful Peter Trevor-Jones with 5 wins with 3 horses including the highly rated Ominous Warning. This 2 year old has gone from strength to strength and will no doubt start a warm favourite in the upcoming Breeders Challenge final for Colts and Geldings. He has speed and stamina and is rewarding his owner for many years of involvement in Harness Racing. This Association would urge all participants to be aware of the proposed changes to Handicapping and Programming that are proposed to be introduced from the 1st of September 2014. Harness Racing NSW have been conducting road shows to explain the changes which they intend to implement and these changes will have far reaching impact on all participants. Further information can be obtained by contacting HRNSW. HRNSW

The NSW Standardbred Owners Association in conjunction with participating race clubs and HRNSW will once again conduct the NSWSOA Bonus Scheme during 2014. The conditions are the same as last year's series and are as follows: 1. To be eligible for the NSWSOA Bonus Scheme, the Managing Owner of the winning horse must be a financial member of the NSWSOA at acceptance time for the nominated event; 2. To qualify for the NSW Breeders Challenge component of the bonus as sponsored by HRNSW: a) Condition 1 must be met; b) any 2yo or 3yo winner must have sustained their eligibility this season; c) any 4yo or older winner must have sustained their eligibility as a 2yo and/or 3yo. Eligible winners will win the following cash prizes: 1. NSWSOA Bonus - if the Managing Owner is a financial Member of the NSWSOA, the NSWSOA will contribute $250, the Club will contribute $250; 2. HRNSW Bonus - if the horse is sustained or was sustained for the NSW Breeders Challenge, HRNSW will contribute $500. The total bonus payable per race is $1,000 and there is no limit on how many races individual horses can win in the Scheme. The race date schedule is as follows and the NSWSOA Bonus is applicable to every programmed event: Metro Hunter Western Districts South West & Riverina Menangle 10 June Newcastle 18 July Parkes 28 June Wagga 27 June Penrith 10 July   Dubbo 20 July Young 27 July Bankstown 28 August   Bathurst 20 August     Membership forms may be downloaded from the NSWSOA website www.nswsoa.org.au Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |  

Spring boarding upon its success over the past two seasons, Harness Breeders NSW, in conjunction with the Bathurst, Penrith, Young, Newcastle and NSW Harness Racing Clubs, will again conduct the Go Girlfriend series in July. Catering for 4yo and older C1-C3 mares, the series will see four $6,000 heats conducted from 9-11 July, culminating in a $20,000 final at Tabcorp Park Menangle on 19 July. A winner of a $2,500 Breeders Challenge Owners Bonus certificate will also be drawn from owners of mares that compete in the series. President of HBNSW, Joanne Andersen explained that "the series is perfectly placed for mares as it is in between the Pepper Tree Farm Breeders Challenge Major Series and the Regional Finals. "It also provides another opportunity for mares and their connections to compete against their own sex for substantial money," she said. Harness Breeders NSW would like to thank HRNSW and the conducting clubs for their support, in particular the NSW Harness Racing Club which has maintained the value of this year's final. Dates for the series are listed below. Heats Wednesday, 9 July 2014 Bathurst Thursday, 10 July 2014 Penrith Friday, 11 July 2014 Young Friday, 11 July 2014 Newcastle Final Saturday, 19 July 2014 Tabcorp Park Menangle Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |

Harness Racing New South Wales is excited to announce the KS Black and Co Competitive Stakes Gold Series to be run throughout June, July and August. The set of races are scheduled across all regions and include heats and three $7,500 finals. HRNSW CEO Sam Nati said: "The competitive stakes concept was recently introduced to create additional opportunities for a certain class of horse using mile rates as a handicapping mechanism. "We recognise the need to ensure the most efficient use of the horse population, even the less competitive ones in the system. "These races provide that platform with the key objective to keep owners and hobbyists in the game." The HRNSW Racing Department started programming the competitive stakes late last year and since then they have continued to grow in popularity and relevance. The KS Black and Co Gold series is open to R0/R1 horses which have had a minimum of 6 starts and an average mile rate of no faster than 2.02.0 in their last 6 starts at time of nomination. Country divisions will have an average mile rate of no faster than 2.04.0. Sth West Riverina & Western Districts Heat – Parkes 28th June Heat - Bathurst 2nd July Heat - Wagga 4th July Heat - Young 5th July FINAL – Young 11th July - $7500 Hunter Heat – Tamworth 24th July Heat – Maitland 25th July FINAL – Maitland 1st August - $7500 Metro Heat – Penrith 14th August Heat – Penrith 21st August FINAL – Bankstown 28th August - $7500 Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |

It is with deep sadness that Harness Racing New South Wales advises the passing of Newcastle Harness Racing Club CEO Ross Gigg. Gigg was a popular figure not only in harness racing but all walks of life. A former Penrith first grade rugby league footballer, Gigg ventured into sports administration at the conclusion of his rugby league career, firstly with the Penrith Panthers then to Western Australia before starting his long tenure with the Newcastle HRC in 1992. He was a former Chairman of the Harness Racing Clubs Committee and more recently was involved with the Hunter Academy of Sport in the development of junior drivers. "We are deeply shocked and saddened by this news," said Harness Racing NSW CEO Sam Nati. "Ross was the heart and soul of the Newcastle Harness Racing Club. "On behalf of the HRNSW Board we extend our condolences to his family, friends and the club that he dearly loved." Ross passed away suddenly at his home overnight. Further information including funeral arrangements will be provided in the coming days. Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |            

Evergreen pacer Chariot King will race at Tabcorp Park Menangle this Saturday night and trainer John Tapp is hoping the autumn form of his stable star continues. Since the beginning of March Chariot King has had seven starts for four wins and the only time when he failed to place was in the Gr. 1 Len Smith Mile when he finished a respectable fifth behind Miracle Mile and Inter Dominion winner Beautide. "He hasn't put a foot wrong recently, the barrier draw played against him in the Renshaw Cup at Penrith and it was a similar story in the Len Smith Mile as well," Tapp said. "His final 400 metres would have been pretty slick in the Len Smith, he made ground on the winner and after the run I must admit I was pretty tempted to give him a ten day break but he is absolutely thriving so we have pressed on." With the Queensland Winter Carnival only two months away, the Sunshine Sprint and Blacks A Fake are two logical targets that could tempt Tapp to head north. "After Saturday night I will sit down with his major shareholder Peter Welsh and we will discuss what options we have but to be honest I haven't even considered on where to go or what races he could compete in." "He has been doing cartwheels around his yard, he is feeling extremely well at the moment but there are a couple of smart horses engaged on Saturday night and he won't get things easy from barrier seven." Tapp ensures Chariot King does a lot of swimming to keep fit between runs. "He is such a good eater that I have to keep an eye on him because he can get away on me so quickly, he normally gets an easy day after racing but apart from that I have to ensure he gets plenty of work and that includes an extensive swimming programme." Chariot King will compete in race five on Saturday night with the event scheduled to begin at 6:50pm. By Greg Hayes - SKY Racing

Nine of the most talented young drivers in NSW will gather in Sydney next month to contest the eighth edition of the Rising Stars series. Max Hughes, Mitch Turnbull, Kasey Hocking, Chris Geary, Nathan Xuereb, Grace Grant, Jack Trainor, Liam Armstrong and Todd Prest will compete in ten heats over six days at four different tracks. There will also be a representative from Western Australia which will be determined following the running of the WA Rising Stars series which concludes later this month. Max Hughes returns to the Rising Stars series after taking the honours in 2013 following two heat wins. And, Hughes is keen to retain his title. "I reckon it was the best week of my life," he said. "The best thing about winning is I get to have another week. I can't wait to try and do it again." Hughes drove 10 winners last season and even though he has had a slow start to this time around he is keen to prove himself again in the Rising Stars series. Participants will meet this year at the Menangle on 22 June for the Pepper Tree Farm Breeders Challenge Barrier Draw and, when not competing, will spend the rest of the week participating in development activities. Interviews with Trots TV, a seminar with Harness Racing NSW, and date at Sky Channel to witness and participate in the production of In The Gig are also programmed. Heats one and two of the series are scheduled for Tabcorp Park, Menangle on Tuesday 24 June. Three heats are planned for Bathurst the following day, before the youngsters compete in two heats at Penrith on Thursday 26. The series moves to Newcastle on Saturday 28 June, with the remaining heat at Menangle on Breeders Challenge day, Sunday 29 June. The Rising Stars series will once again be sponsored by the Young Harness Racing Club. Secretary Brian Ingram said supporting the youth of the industry was paramount. "We have always sponsored the series and it's great to see the juniors gain invaluable experience," he said. "The club looks forward to watching all the heats and in particular the final round of the series on Breeders Challenge day (June 29)." Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |  

There have been two significant milestones during the past week in relation to the Harness Racing NSW (HRNSW) Infrastructure Plan during the past week. The Wagga Wagga City Council, at their meeting on Monday night, adopted the resolution to progress the sale of the identified land in North Wagga Wagga to HRNSW. The sale is subject to a development approval being granted for a new racing facility and centre of excellence in the Riverina. Additionally Council also resolved to give owners consent to HRNSW to lodge a development application on the Council owned land. Meanwhile, settlement for the land purchased by HRNSW in Burgmanns Lane for a new racing facility in Tamworth occurred as scheduled on Tuesday. The HRNSW Planning Proposal was recently placed on display and a report outlining the comments made in the submissions received is being prepared for the Ordinary Council Meeting on 27 May. "These are important outcomes for the modernisation of our infrastructure and the associated strategies aligned to it", HRNSW Chief Executive Sam Nati said. The HRNSW Infrastructure Plan includes new developments at Bathurst, Wagga, Tamworth and Menangle (Training Centre), upgrades at Penrith and Newcastle as well as other potential outcomes at ancillary facilities such as Hawkesbury. Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |  

Talented  harness racing driver Robbie Morris will be out of the sulky for up to three months after suffering a dislocated ankle and breaking a bone in his leg in a race fall at Penrith last Thursday. Morris underwent an operation on Sunday night to have a plate inserted and will now be in a cast for six weeks. "When I came out of surgery on Sunday night they told me they had given me some medication that would numb the leg for about sixteen hours and by about lunchtime on Monday I was starting to feel pretty sore," Morris said. "It is disappointing for me but it is a risk you take when you are a driver, I will be in the cast for six weeks and then I will have to undergo six weeks of rehabilitation because some of the ligaments were damaged as well so it is going to be a long recovery." Morris has a clear recollection of the incident and was surprised at the amount of damage that was done. "The horse galloped and I grabbed hold of her but she just went down and when she fell the cart went one way and I went the other and my foot just got caught up as I was thrown in the opposite direction." "KerryAnn (Turner) has a big team in work and the injury has come at a bad time because Mum normally gives us a hand but my parents flew out to Europe on Friday night for a month's holiday that they had planned for nearly a year." Stable workers Cameron Jones and Scotty Greig will be busy with the added workload. "They will be busy but they are great workers and with KerryAnn still running things I'm sure the stable will continue to get results, it has come at a bad time but there really is never a good time to suffer an injury like this." "KerryAnn will try and keep between twenty and thirty horses in work and there are some nice horses there including Lettuceriprita, he will head towards the Breeders Challenge after his strong performance behind Bling It On on Sunday while Iam Mr Brightside will be set for the Queensland Derby." By Greg Hayes - SKY Racing  | Harness Racing New South Wales |              

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