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Making her return to the races after she spent her two-year-old season in the shadows of JK She'salady, Sassa Hanover ($2.70) proved dominant in her harness racing sophomore debut, trouncing six other three-year-old pacing fillies in her $30,450 New York Sire Stakes event on Saturday (May 16) evening at Vernon Downs.   The Rock N Roll Heaven-Sayo Hanover filly was a fair bit off the early pace, tracking from midfield as Mosquito Hanover (Chris Lems) and Not Before Eight (John MacDonald) alternated on the lead through a :55.2 initial half mile. On the backstretch, Andy McCarthy moved Sassa Hanover off the pegs, commencing a strong push to the fore well before reaching the far turn. Upon clearing Not Before Eight, Sassa Hanover was faced with a first-over challenge from Bossers Joy (Greg Merton), but she quickly dismissed that rival, kicking clear to a 5-1/2 length victory in 1:51. Bossers Joy narrowly held second from Not Before Eight, who labored late after chasing from the pocket.   Trainer Ron Burke's Burke Racing Stable co-owns seven-time winner Sassa Hanover with the Panhellenic Stable, the Weaver Bruscemi partnership, and Larry Karr.   Daughters of Bettor's Delight took two of the other three Sire Stakes splits, with Bettorhaveanother ($22.40, Chris Lems, 1:51) and Bettor Be Steppin ($3.50, Corey Callahan, 1:51.3) proving victorious. Art Major filly Moonlit Dance ($13.00, Joe Pavia, Jr., 1:52.1) rounded out the quartet of Sire Stakes winners on the evening's program.   Live racing returns to Vernon Downs on Sunday (May 17) afternoon, with first post time set for 1:15 p.m.   by James Witherite, Vernon Downs

John Justice’s smart two-year-old Four Starzzz Forsa is lightning-quick off the arm, but that won’t help him in the Empire Stallions Vicbred Platinum Home Grown Classic at the harness racing meeting at Tabcorp Park Melton on Friday night.   The gelding is by Four Starzzz Shark and out of Soho Paris, who never raced but is a half-sister to the brilliant It Is I and La Speranza.   He pinged out to lead in his heat last start from outside the front row.   Once in front, Four Starzzz Forsa paced his lead time in 6.4secs and a first quarter of 29.5 before Justice applied the brakes.   Ambling through a second split of just 35.6secs, Justice always knew his youngster would have a strong kick late, and he got home in 58secs for the final 800m (30.4secs and 27.6secs third and fourth stanzas) to score by 3.9 metres.   But having drawn the back row on Friday night, the early lead won't be an option.   “He’s still learning to race so I was pleased he was able to settle so well,” said Justice of the last-start victory.   While the barrier draw hasn’t helped his cause, Justice said Four Starzzz Forsa would still give a strong account of himself.   “He’s probably best suited as a sit-sprinter at this stage,” he said. “It’ll be a bit different as he gets a bit older and a bit stronger, but he’s a good horse.”   Justice said a win for Four Starzzz Forsa in the $50,000 Group 2 Final would be even more special than usual as the pacer was 33 per cent owned by his mother, who turns 84 this month.   “It’d make a nice birthday present,” Justice said.   Meanwhile, Justice will also line up Mar Nien in the Home Grown Classic Final from barrier seven.   Justice has booked comeback reinswoman Tanya Cavallaro to pilot Mar Nien, a son of Rock N Roll Heaven out of Champagnesheffield.   “He goes well for Tanya,” Justice said.   “He’s a good little horse who has had no luck at the barrier draw. But if they go quick up front he can be getting home at the end.”   - HRV Media  

At this time of the year in most harness racing seasons in New Zealand, the quality of the fields at both the races and trials starts to fall away a bit as winter approaches but anyone at todays harness racing trials at Ashburton would have gone home having witnessed any number of smart performances throughout the programme. We thought we would highlight the horses that stood out for us in the clear but chilly conditions. Franco Nattai  -  This injury prone pacer has only raced twice in the last 16 months but reminded everyone today what a talented horse he is. He paced the 2400 metres in 3:00.9, a mile rate of 2:01.2 with very quick closing sectionals of 55.3 and 26.4 and he looked to still have a bit in reserve. If the leg holds up he will win a couple quickly. I Will Rock You  -  This two year old son of Rock N Roll Heaven was very impressive in the hands of stable reinsman, Dexter Dunn. He trailed the leader to the corner before working clear and holding out a late charge from Ears Burning. He paced the mile in a sharp 1:58.8 but was very impressive over the last 800 metres in 56.1 and 400 metres in a flying 26.1. The half brother to the former smart mare Artishake 1:56.2 ($92,785) and one of last season's better two year olds in Say My Name 1:57.9 ($90,098) looks very promising and won't be long adding to the family record. Ears Burning  -  Although beaten into second by I Will Rock You, Ears Burning was more impressive than the winner making solid ground late on a 26.1 quarter. A great looking individual, Ears Burning is just the type to win a couple before the end of the season.The son of Grinfromeartoear is a half brother to handy sorts like Burning 1:55.8 ($54,492), Fuoco 1:59.3 ($68,279) and El Fuego 1:57.8 ($42,265) but looks a better horse than his siblings in our opinion. Anna Kareem  -  Don't let the name fool you as this is a three year old gelding and he looked ready to make up for lost time today. Unraced todate, the son of Art Major from the Ken Barron barn looked an early winner when he came from off the pace to wear down Scotlynn Jack in a slick 3:03.4 for 2400 metres for the maiden pacers. Closing sectionals of 56.8 and 26.6 highlighted his potential. A son of the former smart racemare Anna Livia (9 wins) ($62,831), he looks ready to rumble. My Cash  -  Very big two year old filly by Mach Three that showed a real turn of foot in the two year old fillies heat. Settled off the pace by driver Blair Orange,My Cash swept to the lead half way up the straight and went to the line an easy winner. The overall time of 2:01.6 for the mile wasn't anything special but the manner in which she finished off the heat over the last 400 metres which was cut out off the front in 26.6 impressed us. Harnesslink Media

The unbridled glee shown by Jason Lee on Saturday night after winning a Group 1 race perfectly exemplified what harness racing is about. Passion, excitement, enthusiasm. Lee ticked each box with his victory salute aboard Jilliby Jitterbug in the closing stages of the Australian Pacing Gold Fillies Final at Tabcorp Park Melton.  There was no doubt a sense of achievement for the gun reinsman, winning aboard a filly trained by his mother Marg at the family's Terang property. About 12 months ago Lee said he would love to one day win an Inter Dominion when asked about his ultimate goal. But then, in the same sentence, he quickly adjusted his answer to say “actually any Group 1 win. Or a Terang Cup" would be his idea of living the dream in the trots. Lee, like all his family, lives and breathes harness racing and many within the sport think his name could potentially, in time, go down as one of the greats. This win was an important step on that trajectory, evident by the public celebration as Jilliby Jitterbug crossed the line victorious. Relief too must have been an ingredient in that victory salute because plans A, B and C were thrown out the window for Lee as soon as the mobile barrier arms folded back. Polemarker Hazels Girl was touted as the race leader, expected to come out humming tonight and Jilliby Jitterbug, drawn inside-back-row, looked the likely beneficiary. After all, the leader’s back – and indeed behind Hazels Girl – was exactly the situation where the Terang pacer and Lee found themselves one week ago in the APG semi-final before using the sprint lane and unveiling a powerful burst to win. But when the starter said go tonight Hazels Girl broke into a gallop, losing her chance at finding the top and forcing Jilliby Jitterbug to go right back to last. Over the short-course 1720m trip at Melton, this is never ideal. Lee though remained calm under pressure, allowing the daughter of Rock N Roll Heaven time to balance up before easing three-deep with 1200m to go and latching on to the back of Hot Shot Woman and Gavin Lang, who would provide a beautiful three-wide cart-up. When leader Three Squared swung off the back straight the final time, Hot Shot Woman had worked to the breeze, which left Jilliby Jitterbug to manoeuvre the sweeping run for home three-wide without cover. In the stretch nor Three Squared or Hot Shot Woman were going to go down without a valiant tussle, but Jilliby Jitterbug had their measure and came clear to score a super-impressive victory. Late in the straight Lee looked left, right, left once more time and when it was clearly mission accomplished, it was party time. Jilliby Jitterbug won by 3.8 metres in a mile rate of 1:56.5 with the sectionals clocked at 29.4, 30.4, 27.8 and 29.3. The winner is out of Keppel Bay, whose dam Nickel Castle is a proven producer, and she is also related to Cold Major, who took out the Bold David Free-for-All on Saturday night to give trainer David Aiken one of his four victories for the evening. Of the beaten brigade in the APG Final Hot Shot Woman was bold for trainer Daniel Neagoe, comfortably holding down second despite covering plenty of ground in the run, while Three Squared improved on her semi-final fifth to finish third, beaten 11.6m. Magical Delight ran on OK for fourth, Lettuce Reign likewise for fifth from a tough draw, while heavily backed favourite Zaras Delight finished sixth after racing handy throughout. Jilliby Jitterbug is raced by the Levarg Racing Group. Relive Jilliby Jitterbug's thrilling APG Fillies Final win - HRV Media

There were three Series Finals that took place on Friday night at Saratoga Casino and Raceway for young horses who have competed over the last few weeks for their spot in the $25,000+ harness racing finals. Starznheaven (Rock N Roll Heaven) was named Saratoga’s top two year old pacer last year and has now started out his sophomore campaign on a three race win streak. The Jackie Rousse-trained pacer recorded a wire-to-wire victory in a career best 1:54.3 in the JP Morel Memorial Pacing Series Final as the race’s 3-5 betting favorite. Frank Coppola Jr. piloted Starznheaven to his early season hat trick. Coppola also piloted the winner of the John Mongeon Sr. Memorial Trot Final as Quick Feet (Crazed) went coast to coast in a lifetime best performance of his own. The Margaret Spagnola trainee cruised in 1:59 as the race’s favorite at odds of 9-5. The Virginia O’Brien Memorial Final was won by longshot Karla Art (Major In Art). Brian Cross co-owns, trains and drives the three year old filly who took advantage of early speed duel before circling her rivals to prevail in a career best 1:58.3. Karla Art returned $71.00 to win as a 34-1 longshot. Live racing continues on Saturday evening at Saratoga with first post time set for 7:05pm. Mike Sardella

The $322,000 Australian Pacing Gold Final for two year old fillies at the harness racing meeting at Melton tomorrow night has lost one of the main players today when My MacKenzie was scratched from the race. The daughter of Rock N Roll Heaven from the former top racemare Kept For Pleasure was purchased out of the Sydney leg of last years Australian Pacing Gold sale for $82,000 and was sent to the All Star barn at Rolleston outside of Christchurch in New Zealand. A star trialist in New Zealand before crossing the Tasman, My MacKenzie has gone really well in Australia without really living up to her huge private reputation. Co-Trainer Mark Purdon was philosophical when contacted by Harnesslink this evening.  "On Wednesday she rolled awkwardly which was probably the cause." "We worked her yesterday but today she was a bit sore again so there was no way we could go on".  "The injury seems a bit higher up then I first thought but it seems like a pulled muscle and I doubt it is anything serious."   "She will come back to New Zealand on the 14th with Follow the Stars."   "It has been a bit disappointing but she has a lot ahead of her," Mark said.   My MacKenzie has always looked a type that would get better as she matured and the All Stars barn have plenty to look forward to next season with the daughter of Rock N Roll Heaven.   Harnesslink Media

Three exceptionally-bred harness racing youngsters will be out to join her famous mums on the Australian Pacing Gold honour roll at Tabcorp Park Melton on Saturday night. Drawn perfectly in the pole, Hazels Girl is from former top pacer Miss Hazel, which captured the three-year-old division of the sales-based feature in 2006. Trained by Michael Doltoff, Miss Hazel never contested the two-year-old series. As for Hazels Girl, she has been installed a $2.80 favourite in her bid to lead throughout for trainer Daniel Neagoe. By Art Major, the two-year-old finished second in last weekend’s semi-final behind Jilliby Jitterbug, which is also out to emulate her dam. A member of the Marg Lee stable, Jilliby Jitterbug is from former classy filly Keppel Bay, which annexed the 2008 Final at Harold Park. Prepared by Emma Stewart, Keppel Bay broken her maiden status in the $300,000 Group One at her seventh start. Boasting a better beginning to her career, with two wins from three outings, Jilliby Jitterbug has drawn to trail Hazels Girl from barrier eight for driver Jason Lee. “I’d definitely like to be behind the leader,” Jason declared. “She went really well last weekend. She sprinted pretty quickly. “A few of them have a good turn of foot over the mile, so you always need a bit of luck in these sorts of races.” Rounding out the mother-daughter trend is My Mackenzie for champion New Zealand mentor Mark Purdon. Fifth in her semi, My Mackenzie has drawn awkwardly in barrier four in her bid to register her first victory. By Rock N Roll Heaven, My Mackenzie is from former outstanding mare Kept For Pleasure. Also trained by Doltoff, Kept For Pleasure was a class above her rivals in the 2007 Albion Park Final when partnered by master reinsman Gavin Lang. Lang also drove Miss Hazel. PAUL COURTS

EAST RUTHERFORD, (April 25, 2015) - The harness racing 'Grand Circuit' season got underway at The Meadowlands with a bit of a surprise. Dismissed at 24-1, Fast Movin Train scored the upset in the $47,306 W.N. Reynolds Memorial, Tar Heel division for three year old pacers. The early lead was established by Colorful Speech, who reached the quarter in 27.1 before settling into a rhythm and gliding to the half-mile in 56.3. At that time, Coaster committed first over from mid-pack, carrying Rock N' Roll World into a live outer flow. In the meantime, Fast Movin Train, who showed good speed off the gate, was content riding the pocket throughout the mile as Colorful Speech took the field past three-quarters in 1:25.1. In the stretch, Andy Miller called on Colorful Speech for more speed, but the field was closing in. Coaster continued to grind away first over and closed the gap, while Rock N' Roll World was rallying off his cover. But inside the final eighth of a mile, a seam opened and into the breach came Fast Movin Train, who found the seam and burst through to grab the victory in the shadow of the wire in 1:52.3. The win was the second in the last three starts for the three year old gelded son of Rock N Roll Heaven and the first stakes victory of his career, sending his lifetime earnings close to $60,000. The winner was driven by Dave Miller for Joe Holloway and owner Michael Ouriel. With 12 horses entered, the second round of the Whata Baron series saw an overloaded field contest one division for $22,500. In a race that saw six different horses on the lead at one point in the mile, the last horse to reach the lead was round one winner Rediscovery. Although he was an overwhelming favorite the prior week, Rediscovery escaped from the second tier at 5-1. He came from well off the pace while racing third over. There was a scramble for the lead with four different horses having the lead at some point before the half-mile mark of the 1 1/8th miles contest. It would be Major Uptrend who would settle into the leading position after fractions of 26.1 and 55.1. He would continue to lead around the turn, past three-quarters in 1:23.4, but the field began to close in. Ideal Cowboy was bearing down first over, El Bloombito was rallying off cover and he grabbed the lead inside the last eighth of a mile, but he was quicky collared by Rediscovery who came home fastest of all to complete the 1 1/8th miles in 2:04.2. Bettorever rallied from far back to be second with El Bloombito third. The winner was driven by Andrew McCarthy for Ron Burke, Weaver Bruscemi and Collura. Doo Wop Hanover took the $25,000 Four and Five Year Old Open Handicap Pace, giving John Campbell his third win on the card. Doo Wop sat third early behind the speed of 6/5 favorite Fool Me Once, who was looking to go wire to wire for the second consecutive week. Campbell guided his horse first over into a 55.3 half-mile and by the time the field hit three-quarters in 1:23.1, Doo Wop Hanover was nearly on even terms with the leader. The former New Jersey Sire Stakes Champion hit the front in mid-stretch and held off a late rally by Dovuto Hanover, while pacing home in a powerful 26.3 to win in 1:49.4. Dovuto Hanover was second while Fool Me Once saved the show. Little Brown Jug Winner Limelight Beach sat the pocket throughout and was an even fourth in his 2015 debut. Doo Wop Hanover is trained by Steve Elliot, who won two races on the card for Peter Blood and Rick Berks. Gokudo Hanover made it three in a row, winning his division of the Spring Preview for three year old pacers in 1:51.1 by gamely holding off Revenge Shark and Soto. Gokudo Hanover was allowed to control the tempo again, stealing a 29-second, second quarter in the process. Soto came first over into a strong third quarter, while Revenge Shark saved ground throughout. The three lined up across the track and raced to the wire, but Gokudo Hanover would not let anyone by, winning for John Campbell. The winner is trained by Douglas Hamilton for Sandbur Farms, Valarie Sutton and Joseph Hemingway. Gweneeee J, the sister to world champion Kenneth J made the third time the charm, scoring her first victory Saturday Night at The Meadowlands. Sent off as the odds-on favorite for the third consecutive time, the three year old filly took no prisoners, putting herself on the lead and staying there throughout the mile. Her stablemate, Lady Spartacus, who defeated her last week, was relegated to the pocket throughout and could not get to Gweneeee J, who paced home in 26.4 to score a decisive victory. John Campbell drove the filly for Linda Toscano and Kenneth Jacobs. The 2015 World Harness Handicapping Championship was conducted on Saturday night at The Meadowlands and the winner, taking home the $14,400 first place prize was William Meisel of Staten Island, N.Y. William catapulted to the win with a $100, last race win wager on the winner, Rockaholic, sending his bankroll to $1,092 to capture the prize. The fifth race Jackpot Super Hi-5 went unclaimed, with the carryover now at $95,311. The last race Jackpot Super Hi-5 also had more than one winner and that carryover grew to $68,662. Darin Zoccali

To anyone assessing the chances in the $80,000 Albion Park Gold 2 year old sales final at the harness racing meeting at Albion Park last night, there appeared to be only one possible outcome. The well performed My Mojo from barrier two looked to have a vice like grip on the race with most of  his competition having not placed let alone won a race. Pete McMullen took his time off the gate with My Mojo and let the son of Camelot Hall work his way to the front after 200 metres. Georgia Grace with Shane Graham in the bike had left the gate quickly from barrier one and the daughter of Rock N Roll Heaven nestled into the trail behind My Mojo when the hot favourite took over. With no midrace pressure, Pete McMullen was able to back off the speed and turn it into a sprint home. As they straightened for home My Mojo skipped clear with Georgia Grace the only serious challenger. Half way up the straight,My Mojo suddenly started verring out badly and almost collected Georgia Grace as she finished on down the outside. My Mojo and Pete McMullen completely lost momentum in the incident and had to watch Georgia Grace roar past and go on to win the Group 2 race. My Mojo got going again to hold second from a fast finishing Ballator Thor with rest of the field distanced. Georgia Grace cut out the 1660 metres in 2:05.1, a mile rate of 2:01.3 with closing sectionals of 59.5 and 28.7 A $34,000 purchase at the Brisbane leg of the Australian Pacing Gold sale last year, Georgia Grace continued the golden run the fillies by Rock N Roll Heaven are having in Australia. On Friday night at Melton, both the semi finals of the Australian Pacing Gold series for fillies were taken out by daughters of Rock N Roll Heaven  and with four months of the season to go, the son of Rocknroll Hanover has already produced six filly winners from his first crop.  Harnesslink Media

Rock N Roll Heaven sired both of last night’s Australian Pacing Gold fillies’ semi-final winners, another boon for the 2010 USA Dan Patch Horse of the Year. Rock N Roll Heaven - by Rocknroll Hanover from Artistic Vision - is now second only to Art Major on the national top 20 list of sires for two-year-old pacers. Marg Lee’s improving filly Jilliby Jitterbug won the first of the APG fillies’ semi-finals in a rate of 1:58.4 thanks to a brilliant drive by Jason Lee, defeating Hazels Girl by 1.4m with Magical Delight third. Jilliby Jitterbug's dam, Keppel Bay catured the 2008 APG Final at Harold Park when trained by Emma Stewart. Jason Lee at his best on Jilliby Jitterbug in the first of the APG semi-finals for the night Queenslander Zaras Delight then scooted a five-metre win in the second semi, rating 1:59.7 for reinswoman Amanda Turnbull and trainer Mark Butler. Check out Zaras Delight winning her APG semi-final at Melton Zaras Delight was backed off the map with Mark Purdon-trained My Mackenzie weakening out of the race to run fifth after racing handy and opening at $1.50 with bookmakers. Zaras Delight was backed into $2.20 favourite at the jump, with My Mackenzie out to $3.10. Stay in touch with Harness Breeders Victoria for the latest from the breeding scene - HRV Media

With this years harness racing season moving into its eighth month, we thought it a good time to look at any trends in the sires charts in Australia. A quick look told us the overall sires list is little changed from the last few seasons with the same four sires once again holding sway. The leader once again is the champion sire in Bettor's Delight who holds an $800,000 lead over his arch rival Art Major with over a $2,000,000 gap back to Christian Cullen in third and another $500,000 back to Mach Three in fourth.  These four sires have been the leading quartet for a few years now and nothing has materialized in the last few seasons to suggest that is going to change any time soon. When you go to the three year old sires list the roles are reversed with Art Major holding a $150,000 lead over Bettors Delight with Sportswriter another $200,000 back in third with Somebeachsomewhere making up the top four another $80,000 back. With the leading two three year old sires in Art Major and Bettor's Delight having plenty of classic runners to represent them in the latter part of the season, the battle for three year old supremacy looks likely to be decided between these two champion sires. When you go to the two year old sires list, Art Major is once again at the head of the class followed closely by Courage Under Fire and then Rock N Roll Heaven and Rocknroll Hanover. The first season sire Rock N Roll Heaven has started to replicate his North American siring performance with five of his seven winners being fillies and he should get a further boost on that front when the Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen trained filly MacKenzie lines up in the APG heat at Menangle on Saturday night. Courage Under Fire has always had the ability to throw up that outstanding youngster and he looks to have another ready made star in Don't Hold Back whose effortless win in a stunning 1:53.7 at Melton was the star turn amongst the juveniles so far this season in our opinion. As has been noted several times before, three of the four leading overall sires on the Australian sires list are based in New Zealand. It is to be hoped that one or two of the newer sires available to breeders that are based in Australia can come through in the next couple of years to challenge the Kiwi domination. Harnesslink Media 

Last nights harness racing meeting at Cambridge was notable for having one of those rarest of happenings, a double deadheat. There was only five runners in the PGG Wrightson Sales Graduette and as expected with such a small field, it turned into a bit of a cat and mouse affair. The favourite Poppy Maguire with Maurice McKendry in the bike came out of barrier one quickly before handing up to Killer Queen and Simon Lawson after 200 metres. Simon immediately put the brakes on and they dawdled down to the 400 metres mark before the sprint really went on. Poppy Maguire quickly got up to Killer Queen on the passing lane but couldn't get past her and they went to the line locked together. Pure Opulence,after enjoying a soft run run three back on the inner, ran on well late as did Bettor Love Me who sat last the whole way and the second pair also went to the line locked together. The unlucky runner was Tuapeka Sky who got up to the leader on the corner and looked to be travelling better only to have her inexperience come through when she went rough entering the home straight and lost any winning chance she had. After what seemed an eternity, the judge called a deadheat for first between Poppy Maguire and Killer Queen and a deadheat for third between Pure Opulence and Bettor Love Me.  The two winners covered the 1700 metres in 2:08.5, a mile rate of 2:01.6 with closing sectionals of 59.6 and 28.4. Killer Queen, a daughter of Rock N Roll Heaven has long been held in high regard by trainer Ray Green. " She was up and going earlier in the season but then she got sick and we had to back off her." " I am not sure if she is completely over it to be honest." " Last night she knocked off half way up the straight and only got going again late in the piece when the other filly came up on her inside, " Ray said. The plans are not yet set in concrete for Killer Queen and where she goes depends on how she keeps progressing. " She is on the improve but she will need to be if she is going to be competitive against those All Stars runners." " She can go to the final of the Sires Stakes now at Auckland and if she preforms good in that then we may head south for the Harness Jewels," Ray said.  Poppy Maguire, a daughter of American Ideal pleased her driver Maurice McKendry. " She is a lovely wee filly to drive." " Nicely gaited with a bit of speed and very professional and she will more than pay her way." "I actually thought I had got up but half a win is better than second," Maurice said. Both fillies are still on the improve and will be be very competitive when the final of the Sires Stakes is held at Alexandra Park on April 24th Harnesslink Media  

The time honoured harness racing classic for two year olds, the Welcome Stakes is up for grabs on Friday night and we thought an in depth preview was in order. New Zealand Welcome Stakes 1) Arden's Choice - Starts: 3    Wins: 0    Secs: 2    Thirds: 0    Life: $9,550 Lovely filly who followed up two big runs leading into the Young Guns Fillies final at Alexandra Park by throwing her toys out in the big race with an early gallop. Ability not in question and while two or three of the colts may have her measure, she is more than capable of holding her own against most here. Trifecta and first four chance from the draw. 2) Classie Brigade - First Tote Start Beautifully bred son of Bettor's Delight from the former top racemare Trigirl Brigade 1:52.3 (pld) $143,711) who was a $60,000 purchase at last years Australasian Classic sale at Karaka. Has been prominent at trials and workouts in Canterbury but yet to win one yet from four attempts. His last trial was his best effort though with a 4 1/2 length second to Waikiki Beach at Rangiora. A work in progress for us and not in this field at this stage. 3) Sophisticated Lady - Starts: 2    Wins: 0    Secs: 1    Thirds: 0    Life: $4,668 Very good run on debut in Leonard Memorial when a smart second to Northern Velocity. Disappointing in the Caduceus Club Classic last Saturday at Invercargill but in her defence the track was very wet and she didn't look comfortable in it at anytime during the race. Still learning what the racing game is all about and at this stage we would prefer her in a fillies race rather than up against the colts here. 4) Waikiki Beach - Starts: 1    Wins: 1  Secs: 0    Thirds: 0    Life: $16,300  Outstanding debut at Invercargill in the $25,000 Kindergarten Stakes where he zipped the last 400 metres on a slushy track in 26.7  This big impressive looking son of Somebeachsomewhere was super impressive at last Wednesdays workouts at Rangiora and showed real speed off the gate which is a big plus here. The draw makes him the one to beat in our book but it won't be easy with Chase The Dream in here as well. Include in everything. 5) Vanquished - Starts: 1    Wins: 0  Secs: 0    Thirds: 0    Life: $1,150 Another well bred son of Bettors Delight who cost $26,000 at last years Premier sale at Christchurch. Has won a couple of workouts but not against the horses he faces here. His first up fourth in a field of five from barrier one was just ok and too many here  have the wood on him for us to see him as a major player. Not for us. 6) Ice Crusher - First Tote Start This smart looking son of Chistian Cullen cost $68,000 at last years Premier sale at Christchurch. Was looking sharp at trials and workouts in January after which he had a brief let up and he has come back in late March with a couple of tidy runs including a quiet third today at Rangiora. Has run time and looks a progressive type to us and appeals as a roughie to spike up those trifectas and first fours.  7) Motu Premier - Starts: 3    Wins: 0   Secs: 1    Thirds: 2    Life: $9,091 Lovely Bettors Delight colt who has gone three smart races in his career to date. Unlucky third in the Sapling Stakes after jumping a shadow on the corner which was followed by a run at Invercargill for second on a slushy track which he didn't seem to handle all that well. Last start third third to Chase The Dream was full of merit as he drew the widest in the small field and worked mid race as well. A must have for all combination takers. 8) Chase The Dream - Starts: 4    Wins: 4    Secs: 0    Thirds: 0    Life: $99,414 ($99,414) Unbeaten in four starts as a juvenile but that record is under threat here from his stablemate Waikiki Beach. Has great ringcraft which all the smart two year olds have and has an all round game being both quick and tough. You can't do anymore than win and being a Bettors Delight he won't give up his unbeaten streak without a real fight. But for the draw would have been first pick. Include in everything 9) MacKenzie - First Tote Start This daughter of Rock N Roll Heaven from the former outstanding racemare Kept For Pleasure 1:56 ($542,343) was an $82,000 purchase at last years Australian Pacing Gold sale at Sydney. Has been very prominent at trials around Canterbury and is being aimed at the APG sales race series in Australia. Big strong filly who has shown the ability to work in her trials and workouts. Quiet trial win at Rangiora today but home in 27.1 and not out of her depth here but draw makes it hard. Include in first fours SELECTIONS  This really is an All Star barn benefit. The draw makes us lean towards Waikiki Beach who has looked special at trials and his one raceday start. The obvious danger is Chase The Dream and these two look the obvious quinella. Motu Premier is a clear third choice for us in front of Arden's Choice, Ice Crusher and MacKenzie who should fight out that fourth placing. Harnesslink Media

The harness racing family that keeps on giving produced another feature race winner at Tabcorp Park Melton tonight. Making her debut, Rocknroll Magic has joined a host of her relatives by capturing a feature event. Prepared by power couple Emma Stewart and Clayton Tonkin, Rocknroll Magic secured the Des McQueen Classic with Kate Gath in the cart. Leading from barrier two, the filly was then eased to take a trail behind the unbeaten Dancingwithsierra during the middle stages. With the pacemaker drifting away from the pegs around the home turn, Rocknroll Magic sprinted along the inside to score by a neck. Priddy Catchy, a stablemate of the winner, was seven metres away third. The beaten brigade also included Rocknroll Magic’s ‘aunty’ and stablemate, Celebrity Guest, which finished fifth. Covering the last half in 58.1 seconds, the two-year-old rated 1:59.7 for the 1720 metres. “She is a very nice filly and that was a pretty good way to start her career,” Stewart said. “There is a lot to like about her and she should get better as the season goes along.” By Rock N Roll Heaven, Rocknroll Magic is the first foal from All The Magic, which is a daughter of good producer Celebrity Ball, which scored at four of her 15 starts. Celebrity Ball is from broodmare sensation Larrakeyah Lady, the dam of nine winners from 10 starters. Larrakeyah Lady’s foals include Safe And Sound, Massarua, Gold Rocket and The Good Times, with the latter a stablemate of Rocknroll Magic. Lifeline – a daughter of Larrakeyah Lady – boasts six winners from nine starters, including Lovelist, which has won six of her 12 starts, and recent debut winner, Punchline…both members of the Stewart/Tonkin team. Lifeline’s daughter, Secret Life, has five winners from six starters, including Group One winners Beauty Secret and Major Secret…also prepared by Stewart and Tonkin. The clan also includes Doubter, Jazzam, Next Bonus, By My Side, Star Bonus, Lucky Punch, Quizzical, Dieing Secret, Exciteusinthecity, Firebomb, Ben Cartwright, Cyclone George and Paintball. As for Rocknroll Magic she has been aimed towards key features such as the Vicbred Super Series and Australasian Breeders’ Crown. PAUL COURTS

The only stallion of any note to have his first crop hit the tracks down under this season is the son of Rocknroll Hanover, Rock N Roll Heaven. Standing at Pepper Tree Farm at a fee of $11,000, Rock N Roll Heaven served 214 mares in Australia in his first season at stud from which he produced 153 foals who are two year olds this season. While it is early days it has been a less than auspicious start for the young sire. As of today he has had fifteen starters for  three winners and currently sits eighth on the Australian two year old sires list which for a stallion with 153 two year olds is slow going. Last season Sportswriter had a similar number of two year olds and was vying for the lead on the sires table for most of the season before Bettors Delight and Art Major forged clear in July and August so to date you would have to say that Rock N Roll Heaven has started very slowly. The three two year olds that have won all look promising enough with the pick of them being the Michael Stanley trained Soho Lexington who was impressive winning in a 1:58.1 mile rate for 1690 metres at Kilmore recently. In North America, Rock N Roll Heaven had a great start to his siring career last year finishing a close sixth on the two year old sires list with over $1.7 million on his card and that was on the back of a string of impressive fillies. The best of them was Sassa Hanover 1:50.1 ($485,591) and his four $100,000 winners from his first crop were all fillies. One filly that has caught our eye in Australasia is MacKenzie, a daughter of the former outstanding racemare Kept For Pleasure 1:56 ($542,343) A member of the all conquering All Star barn of Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen, she was purchased out of the  Sydney APG sale last year for $82,000. She has looked very smart at trials and is being aimed at the APG races in Australia and will be a player going by her efforts at the trials. Rocknroll Hanover has a reputation for leaving difficult to handle horses and it looks like his son Rock N Roll Heaven has passed on the same traits. That won't stop them winning races as the record of Rocknroll Hanover shows but it does lead to a lot of trainers looking elsewhere for stock, especially at yearling sales. In New Zealand in his first season he served 52 mares which resulted in 37 horses who are two year olds this season. The only one that has shown up so far is the filly Killer Queen 1:59.2 who has been placed in the Young Gun Series at Alexandra Park and is held in high regard by trainer Ray Green. The record of Rock N Roll Heaven in North America would suggest that the winners will come at some point but if you are going to compete with the Art Majors and the Bettor's Delights in the Australasian market, then those winners need to come sooner rather than later. Harnesslink Media

The Australian Pacing Gold harness racing sales moved to Sydney today and when the dust had settled there was a lot of happy faces among the vendors and APG staff.. The overall average shot up a huge 23% on last year at $28,265 and while it is still early days post sale, the clearance rate was good at nearly 84%. The top colt for the sale was Lot 377 which was by Art Major from the former outstanding racemare Kept For Pleasure 1:56 ($ 542,343) and was knocked down to Jean Feiss for $130,000. Jean brought a Rock N Roll Heaven filly from Kept For Pleasure at last years Sydney APG sale. Named Mackenzie, she has been burning up the trial tracks in Canterbury in New Zealand recently for Mark Purdon and is reportedly on her way to Australia for the APG series. The top priced filly at the sale was lot 399, a Rock N Roll Heaven from the former champion racemare Make Mine Cullen 1:53 ($874,178) and she was knocked down to Pepper Tree Farm Breeding and Racing, also for $130,000.   Once again New Zealand buyers were out in force with Cran Dalgety outlaying $86,000 for Lot 306 and Mark Purdon who outlayed $90,000 for Lot 373 and $41,000 for Lot 414. The only other Kiwi buyer active on the day was Mark Jones who paid $45,000 for Lot 475.                                                           2014 Sale                                                               2015 Sale                                                    Overall average                              $22,979                                                                  $28,265 Colts average                                  $26,649                                                                  $32,942 Fillies average                                 $19,864                                                                 $22,077 Clearance rate                                 90.3%                                                                    83.89%   Sydney Sale Results Lot Sire Dam Sex Status Buyer Sales Price Reserve Make An Offer 282 Somebeachsomewhere Vertigal Filly Passed In   $25,000 $30,000 Make An Offer 283 Big Jim Vin Cere Gelding Passed In   $7,000 $17,000 Make An Offer 284 Courage Under Fire Vizzarri Filly Sold Bernie Hewitt $15,000     285 Rock N Roll Heaven Warrawee Flare CA Colt Sold Robert Brumm $26,000     286 Bettors Delight Weona Badgirl Colt Sold Paul Fitzpatrick $40,000     287 Badlands Hanover Weona Sassy Filly Sold Steve Johnson $16,000     288 Rocknroll Hanover Zenas Art NZ Filly Passed In   $16,000 $17,000 Make An Offer 289 Art Major Zenolas Gift NZ Filly Sold Luke McCarthy $14,000     290 Rocknroll Hanover African Dancer Colt Passed In   $30,000 $66,000 Make An Offer 291 Mach Three Alashell Filly Sold Robert Watson $25,000     292 Mach Three All Eyes On Me Filly Sold Luke McCarthy $35,000     293 Courage Under Fire All Fire N Ice NZ Colt Withdrawn         294 Art Major Angel Rainbow Filly Sold Jarrod Alchin $4,000     295 Art Major Appealing Colt Sold Kevin Hurst $20,000     296 Rocknroll Hanover Arterial Way Filly Sold Calcidon & Marian Micallef $20,000     297 Four Starzzz Shark Artesian Babe Filly Sold PAUL MORGAN $9,000     298 Rock N Roll Heaven As It Is In Heaven Colt Sold Barrie Rattray $17,000     299 Mr Feelgood Athletic River Colt Sold Pooba Govender $10,000     300 Somebeachsomewhere Atworthy Maid Filly Sold Ted & Elione Morton $12,000   Make An Offer 301 Roll With Joe Baltic Fire NZ Colt Passed In   $37,500 $40,000 Make An Offer 302 Rock N Roll Heaven Baltic Wings NZ Colt Passed In   $12,000 $18,000 Make An Offer 303 Real Desire Beach Rendezvous Filly Passed In   $14,000 $15,000 Make An Offer 304 Rocknroll Hanover Beautiful Drive Colt Withdrawn         305 Changeover Behappysam NZ Filly Sold Robert Brumm $30,000     306 Somebeachsomewhere Bella Shine Colt Sold Cran Dalgety $86,000     307 Well Said Bendall Rose Colt Sold Andy Gath $35,000     308 Sportswriter Benevolent Filly Sold Robert Brumm $32,000     309 Somebeachsomewhere Betapic Filly Withdrawn         310 Rock N Roll Heaven Better Motoring NZ Colt Sold AD Investments Pty Ltd $20,000     311 Rock N Roll Heaven Bettorthanyou Colt Sold Meagan Lang $42,000     312 Somebeachsomewhere Blue Confession Filly Sold Marc Hanover & Gordon Banks $30,000     313 Mach Three Boldandbeautiful Filly Sold Maxfield Standardbreds Tasmania Pty Ltd $35,000     314 Art Major Bonnie Bay Castle Colt Sold Michael Muscat $55,000     315 Rock N Roll Heaven Bonnie Mahoney Filly Withdrawn         316 For A Reason Bovalai Colt Passed In   $7,500 $8,000 Make An Offer 317 Art Major Bullaroon Belle Colt Sold Ray Davis $13,000     318 Rocknroll Hanover Bye Rate Filly Sold Ann Tapp $18,000     319 Courage Under Fire Bylong Bele Filly Passed In   $20,000 $50,000 Make An Offer 320 Mach Three Caribbean Sunset Colt Sold Reg Turner $18,000     321 Roll With Joe Cassino Woman NZ Filly Sold SHANNON HOFFMANN $10,000     322 Rocknroll Hanover Clontarf Lady Colt Sold Mick Lew $23,000     323 Art Major Crazy Pocket Filly Passed In   $12,000 $15,000 Make An Offer 324 Art Major Cruiser Franco NZ Filly Sold Paul Fitzpatrick $63,000     325 Sportswriter Cunning Kate Filly Withdrawn         326 Somebeachsomewhere Dance of Life Colt Sold Glenn Holland $30,000     327 Courage Under Fire Daring Class Colt Sold We Us And Co $20,000     328 Mach Three Deadly Woman Colt Sold Maurice Mondolo $50,000     329 American Ideal Demi Plie Filly Passed In   $12,000 $17,000 Make An Offer 330 Rock N Roll Heaven Desperatehousewife Filly Sold Kriden Investments Pty Ltd $25,000     331 Courage Under Fire Duel Castle Colt Sold Larry Eastman $30,000     332 Art Major Dundrennan NZ Colt Withdrawn         333 Mach Three Elizabeth Kelly Filly Sold Ian Gurney $18,000     334 Somebeachsomewhere Eloquent Babe Colt Sold Jamie Kirk $50,000     335 Changeover Equus Franco NZ Filly Sold Nathan Jack $25,000     336 Mach Three Esther Jane Filly Sold Paul Fitzpatrick $20,000     337 Mach Three Eutropia Colt Sold Liam O'Connor $60,000     338 Rock N Roll Heaven Faye Kelly Filly Sold Watson, Robert $21,000     339 Roll With Joe Final Patrol NZ Filly Sold Theo Papadopoulos $9,000     340 Somebeachsomewhere Flair For Life Filly Sold Belinda McCarthy $42,000     341 American Ideal For Dear Life Colt Sold Ian Gurney $62,000     342 Well Said Formalize Filly Sold Allen Parmenter $18,000     343 Rock N Roll Heaven Full Pleasure Colt Sold Colin Dixon $40,000     344 Rocknroll Hanover Gamblers Daughter Filly Passed In   $15,000 $17,000 Make An Offer 345 Rock N Roll Heaven Gee R We There Yet NZ Colt Sold Robert Watson $26,000     346 Bettors Delight Gemmia Filly Sold Michael Muscat $33,000     347 Mach Three Glenferrie Diva NZ Colt Sold Dean York $32,500     348 Bettors Delight Glenferrie Elect NZ Colt Sold Raboki Pty Ltd $50,000     349 Changeover Glenferrie Miss Colt Sold Barry Cooper $31,000     350 Rocknroll Hanover Gloria Lombo Colt Sold Campbell Advisory Pacing Pty Ltd $20,000     351 Artsplace Go Right Babe Colt Sold Grant Fuller $24,000     352 Christian Cullen Gorgeous Guest NZ Filly Passed In   $17,500 $25,000 Make An Offer 353 Mach Three Halcyon Franco NZ Colt Sold Peter Gavin $42,500     354 Art Major Hay Sharon Colt Sold Mark Purdon $22,000     355 Rocknroll Hanover Headline Franco NZ Colt Sold Daniel Cordina $17,500     356 Courage Under Fire Hidden Gem Colt Sold AD Investments Pty Ltd $27,000     357 Rock N Roll Heaven Holme Safely Colt Sold Mark Thompson $11,000     358 Modern Art Holy Gal Filly Sold KTC Bloodstock $16,000     359 Shadow Play Im Insatiable NZ Filly Sold Norm Jerrick $20,000     360 Rocknroll Hanover Glenferrie Inn Filly Sold Troy Mee $10,000     361 Rocknroll Hanover Into The Fire NZ Colt Passed In   $18,000 $20,000 Make An Offer 362 Art Major Intrude Filly Sold Geoff Webster $55,000     363 Big Jim Irish Luck NZ Filly Sold Robert Brumm $9,000     364 Major In Art Its Jetsetgo NZ Colt Sold David Brown $14,000     365 Art Major Itsoktobeclassy Filly Sold We Us And Co $12,000     366 Julius Caesar Ivana Franco NZ Colt Sold Michael Muscat $23,000     367 Always A Virgin Jamin Filly Sold Ann Tapp $18,000     368 Art Official Jape NZ Filly Sold Kerry Hedges $4,000     369 Shadow Play Jilliby Deejay Filly Sold Grant Charlwood $16,000     370 Courage Under Fire Jordan Franco NZ Filly Sold Rod Drew $10,000     371 Rock N Roll Heaven Jovial Lass NZ Filly Passed In   $12,000 $15,000 Make An Offer 372 Mach Three Just Del Colt Sold Glenn Holland $45,000     373 Art Major Kalypso Colt Sold Mark Purdon $90,000     374 Mr Feelgood Kay Dee Hanover Filly Passed In   $13,000 $14,000 Make An Offer 375 Gotta Go Cullect Keep No Secrets Colt Sold David Druitt $6,000     376 Rock N Roll Heaven Keppel Bay Colt Sold Levarg Racing Group $46,000     377 Art Major Kept For Pleasure Colt Sold Jean Feiss $130,000     378 Roll With Joe Kirrilee Joy Colt Sold Shirley Bazley $24,000     379 Mach Three Kit Star NZ Colt Sold Barrie Rattray $21,000     380 Modern Art Kitty Maguire NZ Colt Withdrawn         381 Sportswriter La Bella Rufus NZ Filly Sold Josh Aiken $12,000     382 Stonebridge Regal La Litote Filly Sold Rayngold Pty Ltd $9,000     383 Well Said La Promesse Colt Sold Alix Khouiss $27,500     384 Somebeachsomewhere Lady Euthenia Colt Sold Allied Express Transport Pty Ltd $75,000     385 Big Jim Lasnicks Lass Colt Withdrawn         386 Art Major Last Sundancer Filly Withdrawn         387 Rocknroll Hanover Leila Rainbow Filly Sold Matthew Harding $11,000     388 Rock N Roll Heaven Lets Thank Heaven Colt Sold Maxfield Standardbreds Tasmania Pty Ltd $55,000     389 Roll With Joe Lifes Destiny Filly Withdrawn         390 Rock N Roll Heaven Lillydale Colt Sold Glenn Holland $25,000     391 Somebeachsomewhere Lincoln Room USA Colt Sold   $15,000     392 Rocknroll Hanover Lively Number Colt Sold Colin Watts $25,000     393 Rocknroll Hanover Lombo La Fe Fe Colt Sold Allied Express Transport Pty Ltd $45,000     394 Village Jasper Lombo La Shelly Colt Sold Brett Cotterill $13,000     395 Mach Three Lourdes Filly Sold Lynda Mellsop $36,000     396 Bettors Delight Glenferrie Magic NZ Colt Sold Robert Brumm $30,000     397 Mach Three Magic Maddy Lombo Filly Sold Ray Sellwood $35,000     398 Bettors Delight Mainland Banner NZ Colt Sold Campbell Advisory Pacing Pty Ltd $71,000     399 Rock N Roll Heaven Make Mine Cullen Filly Sold Pepper Tree Farm Breeding And Racing $130,000     400 Big Jim Marvellous Franco NZ Colt Sold Peter Gavin $22,000     401 Always A Virgin Mateship Miss Colt Sold Bruce Andrews $9,000     402 Christian Cullen Meljoy Colt Sold Sytka Pty Ltd $48,000     403 Ifihadyourluck Meredith Castle Filly Sold Geoff Barnes $8,000     404 Roll With Joe Miss Hazel Colt Sold Blake Fitzpatrick $50,000     405 Rock N Roll Heaven Missflite Filly Sold Campbell Advisory Pacing Pty Ltd $13,000     406 Somebeachsomewhere Modern Day Colt Sold Matthew Harding $35,000     407 Rock N Roll Heaven Muscle Beach Colt Sold Daniel Hewitt $20,000     408 Rock N Roll Heaven My Exotic Lover NZ Colt Sold John Starr $40,000     409 Art Major My Pacific Rainbow Filly Sold Tim Hoskinson $12,000     410 Mach Three Natuzzi NZ Filly Sold Cindy Rixon $13,000     411 Roll With Joe Never More Colt Sold Matthew Harding $15,000     412 Modern Art New York Score NZ Colt Withdrawn         413 Art Major Next Flight Liz Filly Sold Douglas Johnston $30,000     414 Bettors Delight Nightshade Franco NZ Filly Sold Mark Purdon $41,000     415 Rocknroll Hanover Noplacelikeholme Colt Sold Michael Moloney $17,000     416 Art Major Nothin Bettor Filly Sold Alex Smith $15,000     417 Courage Under Fire Nykea Jane Colt Sold Michael Muscat $9,000     418 Art Official Ocean Spur NZ Colt Sold Shannon Hoffmann $30,000     419 Mach Three Oh Eye See Filly Sold Jason Bussenschutt $50,000     420 Four Starzzz Shark Onassis Legacy Colt Sold Pooba Govender $13,000     421 Blissfull Hall Onedins Pocketgirl NZ Filly Passed In   $10,000 $15,000 Make An Offer 422 Julius Caesar Only In Dreams Filly Sold Julie Billinger $8,000     423 Art Major Only When I Laugh NZ Colt Sold Geoff Webster $21,000     424 Rock N Roll Heaven Our Ice Ice Baby CA Filly Sold Adam,Benjamin & Terry Cormack $30,000     425 For A Reason Our Suicide Blonde NZ Filly Withdrawn         426 Rock N Roll Heaven Parisian Melodee Filly Sold Julie Billinger $8,000     427 Sportswriter Petousa Filly Sold Wayne Honan $20,000     428 Always A Virgin Platinum Sign Filly Withdrawn         429 Western Ideal Precious Delight CA Colt Sold Maxfield Standardbreds Tasmania Pty Ltd $36,000     430 For A Reason Pretty Inpink Colt Sold Luke McCarthy $12,000     431 Somebeachsomewhere Protikori Filly Sold Adam,Benjamin & Terry Cormack $19,000     432 Courage Under Fire Quiet Talker Colt Sold Marcus Panton $26,000     433 Changeover Racquel Franco NZ Filly Sold Mark Thompson $22,000     434 Big Jim Red Hot Mumma Filly Sold Ann Tapp $23,000     435 Four Starzzz Shark Red River Swinger Filly Withdrawn         436 Rocknroll Hanover Regal Rainbow Filly Sold Robert Brumm $6,000     437 Somebeachsomewhere Reggae Miss Colt Sold Laspina Trabucco & Co Pty Ltd $50,000     438 Art Major Resolution Babe Colt Sold Mentally Stable Ltd $32,000     439 Somebeachsomewhere River Valley Romance NZ Filly Withdrawn         440 Rocknroll Hanover Roma Art Colt Sold Ray Davis $10,000     441 Mach Three Rosalind Colt Sold Athol Bennett $33,000     442 Rock N Roll Heaven Rosie Rose Colt Passed In   $18,000 $18,000 Make An Offer 443 Art Major Rossangel Gold Filly Passed In   $8,000 $18,000 Make An Offer 444 Artistic Fella Royale Albertina Colt Sold Jarrod Alchin $8,000     445 Courage Under Fire Ruffle My Feathers Filly Sold Redbank Lodge Standardbreds $10,000     446 Bettors Delight Runaround Rhonda NZ Colt Sold John McCarthy $85,000     447 Rocknroll Hanover Safely Susan Colt Sold Shannon Hoffmann $18,000     448 Rock N Roll Heaven Salix Colt Sold Michael Formosa $26,000     449 Rock N Roll Heaven Same Action Filly Sold Barry Cooper $11,000     450 Sportswriter Sassy Street Filly Withdrawn         451 Mach Three Glenferrie Serenade NZ Filly Sold Robert Morris $12,000     452 Rock N Roll Heaven Serene Angel Filly Passed In   $12,000   Make An Offer 453 Roll With Joe Serene Star Filly Passed In   $10,000 $18,000 Make An Offer 454 Rocknroll Hanover Seshny Bromac NZ Colt Passed In   $21,000 $22,000 Make An Offer 455 Roll With Joe Shark Filly Sold Christie Rothwell $8,000     456 Somebeachsomewhere She Aint Fakin Colt Sold   $26,000     457 Rocknroll Hanover Shoutaloud Colt Sold R.E.D. Harness Racing Pty Ltd $47,000     458 Rocknroll Hanover Silver Tail Lady Filly Sold Rachel Weaver $17,000     459 Courage Under Fire Sky Rainbow Colt Sold Jarrod Alchin $8,000     460 Mach Three Snug Harbor NZ Colt Sold Raboki Pty Ltd $45,000     461 Rocknroll Hanover Solataire Colt Sold Terry Cluse $50,000     462 Courage Under Fire Sounds Alive NZ Colt Sold Josh Powderly $11,000     463 Sportswriter Special Ball NZ Filly Passed In   $16,000 $27,000 Make An Offer 464 For A Reason Steda Dreams Colt Passed In   $6,000 $6,000 Make An Offer 465 Art Major Straight Left NZ Filly Sold Trevor O'Reilly $12,000     466 Sportswriter Strike Line Colt Sold Robert Brumm $28,000     467 Major In Art Sunopal Filly Passed In   $9,000 $12,000 Make An Offer 468 Bettors Delight Tactical Attraction NZ Colt Passed In   $22,000 $22,000 Make An Offer 469 Four Starzzz Shark Take a Hint NZ Colt Withdrawn         470 Courage Under Fire Talk Safely NZ Colt Sold Kevin Hurst $30,000     471 Mr Feelgood Tallaringa Drive Colt Withdrawn         472 Courage Under Fire Tears To Maple Colt Sold Andy Gath $18,000     473 Mach Three The Baggy Green Colt Sold Five Arrows Syndicate $30,000     474 Rock N Roll Heaven The Checkout Chic Colt Passed In   $17,500 $20,000 Make An Offer 475 Art Major The Crystal Star NZ Filly Sold Mark Jones Harness Racing Stable $45,000     476 Art Major The Kindly One Colt Sold Steve Thompson $44,000     477 Four Starzzz Shark The Magic Of Life Filly Withdrawn         478 Rock N Roll Heaven Timeltell Colt Withdrawn         479 Courage Under Fire To Die With Dignity NZ Colt Passed In   $14,000 $20,000 Make An Offer 480 Always A Virgin Touch Of Jerry Filly Passed In   $6,000 $7,000 Make An Offer 481 Roll With Joe Trudee Filly Sold Robert Brumm $20,000                                                 2015 Clearance Rate 83.89%             2015 Sales Average $28,265                               2015 Colts Clearance Rate 88.66%             2015 Colts Average $32,942                               2015 Fillies Clearance Rate 79.27%             2015 Fillies Average $22,077                                                 2014 Clearance Rate 89.74%             2014 Sales Average $23,000                               2014 Colts Clearance Rate 91.03%             2014 Colts Average $26,049                               2014 Fillies Clearance Rate 88.46%             2014 Fillies Average         $19,862  

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