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Two first starters will be seen in action in different races at Bathurst's Saturday twilight fixture. Both are prepared by Wendy Turnbull, who trains locally, at The Lagoon, and will be handled by Emma Turnbull, Wendy's daughter.

Two three-year-olds on debut clash in race two at Bankstown next Monday. The unraced runners are Dibley (three, Robbie Morris) and Apache Blaze (eight, Joe Tanti).

Mooroopna-based hobby trainer Glenn Freeman is still coming to terms with the cancellation of this year’s Chariots Of Fire.

Fittingly, the Preux Chevalier Free For All at Moonee Valley on Friday night (September 21) has attracted an outstanding line up of talent.

When it came to the running of the www.atkinsphotography Pace over 1800 metres at Globe Derby on Friday night (September 14) it was smiles all round when Doyouknowwhoiam greeted the judge.

Ontario’s three-year-old trotting colts make their second last regular season Grassroots start next Wednesday, Sept. 12 at Sudbury Downs, and trainer Paul Walker is hoping Catch My Korvette continues to benefit from the combination of grit and luck that has propelled him to the top of the division standings.

Although he has 20 wins and $1.4 million in earnings to his credit, Artistic Fella might be considered an unfinished work. The eager and willing pacer is still learning to race. The speed and natural talent are unquestioned. (August 26, 2007)

Star New Zealand filly One Dream will headline an outstanding field of 3-Year-Old Fillies in the $75,000 F.G.I/Barrier Reef Queensland Oaks at Albion Park on Saturday night (July 7).

When he won the $35,000 QBred Breeders Classic at Gold Coast last Friday, Misty Plains scored his second Group success, and he is entitled to be rated the season's top two-year-old in Queensland. (July 2, 2007)

The Brian Elder prepared Second Dollar stretched her winning sequence to seven when the daughter of Stature won the $100,000 NSW Sires Stakes 3-year-Old Fillies Final at Harold Park on Friday night (June 29).

The running of the $100,000 NSW Sires Stakes 3-Year-Old Fillies Final at Harold Park on Friday night (June 22) has virtually been turned into a 'one act affair' after Second Dollar drew ideally in gate one.

A fitter Jogalong Joel managed to account for the 2006 Inter Dominion runner-up Karloo Mick, when the pair clashed on their home track of Dubbo on Saturday night (June 23).

The Peter Dewsbury conditioned Beach Fighter managed to 'kick' dirt in the face of his rivals, when the youngster proved too tough for his opponents in the first semi-final of the NSW Sires Stakes Series for 2-Year-Old Colts & Geldings at Harold Park on Friday night (June 22).

A couple of weeks ago, floating your horse to the races had a completing different meaning for Louth Park residents Brian and Darren Elder.

Condell Park conditioner Sam Treffiletti has been left shattered after being forced to scratch his star pacer Bold And Regal from the first of two semi-final's of the NSW Sires Stakes 3-Year-Old Colts & Geldings Series at Harold Park tonight (Friday June 22).

The second half of the huge 12 event program at Harold Park on Friday night (June 22) will feature an exciting array of emerging talent. Forced to play 'catch-up' after having their past two Friday night meetings washed out, the New South Wales Harness Racing Club will stage a total of six semi-final's of the NSW Sires Stakes program.

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