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The field for harness racing’s ultimate speed test, next week’s Miracle Mile, has been announced. Selectors finalised the line-up last night following the Cordina Sprint, which was taken out in easy fashion Suave Stuey Lombo. Thanks to his victory in the Group One, Suave Stuey Lombo gained automatic entry into the Grand Circuit event on November 29. With two positions remaining, directors at Menangle issued invites to boom Victorian, Guaranteed, and local pacer Easy On The Eye. Guaranteed and Easy On The Eye filled the placings behind defending Miracle Mile champion, Beautide, in last week’s Coca-Cola Sprint, which was won in 1:50.4. Easy On The Eye is a Shane Tritton-trained stablemate of Suave Stuey Lombo, which stopped the clock in 1:52. The trio join Avonnova, Beautide, Christen Me, For A Reason and Terror To Love in the time-honoured event. Beautide is aiming to become just the seventh Miracle Mile winner to successfully defend his crown since the feature’s inauguration in 1967 when annexed by wonder mare, Robin Dundee. Former champion Westbrun Grant was the ground breaker with his wins in 1989 and ’90, followed by Chokin (’93-’94), Holmes D G (1999, 2000), Sokyola (’03-’04), Be Good Johnny (’05-’06) and Smoken Up (’10-’11). Village Kid is the only other dual winner of the prestigious sprint, having scored in 1986 and ’87. The Western Australian’s victories were split by Master Mood when two Miracle Miles were conducted in 1986. TAB has released a Fixed Odds Market, with Beautide the pre-draw favourite at $2.40, with Christen Me the second elect at $4.50. Christen Me was runner-up behind Beautide in last year’s edition of the Miracle Mile. PAUL COURTS

Noted speedster Suave Stuey Lombo has sealed his position in harness racing’s premier sprint – SEW-Eurodrive Miracle Mile. The Shane Tritton-trained gelding joined Avonnova, Beautide, Christen Me, For A Reason and Terror To Love in the elite field with his victory in tonight’s Cordina Sprint at Menangle – home of the Miracle Mile. Selectors will announce the balance of the line-up for the November 29 showdown after assessing each contender’s prospects. As for Suave Stuey Lombo, he worked his way into the Grand Circuit event with a stylish display by leading throughout from barrier eight. Driven aggressively by Lauren Panella, Suave Stuey Lombo was pushed forward to wrestle the lead from Bettor Bet Black, which found the front from gate seven. Given a ‘breather’ during the middle stages, the son of Bettors Delight was never seriously challenged as he dashed to a soft win from Bettor Bet Black and Mark Dennis. “After he got to the front he did it pretty easily,” Tritton said. “It was a good blowout for next week’s main event.” With the final 800 metres run in a slick 54.8 seconds, Suave Stuey Lombo covered the mile in 1:52. Boasting three of the four fastest race miles during the past six months, Suave Stuey Lombo is ready to run a personal best in the Miracle Mile according to Tritton. Last September Suave Stuey Lombo trialled in an astonishing 1:49.2, with his time the second fastest recorded in Australasia and the second occasion the seven-year-old has broken the magical 1:50 mark. Dual Miracle Mile winner, Smoken Up, became the first standardbred in the Southern Hemisphere to better 1:50 when he captured the 2011 Len Smith Mile at Menangle. The son of Tinted Cloud set the benchmark with a brilliant 1:48.5 for trainer-driver, Lance Justice. Comeback pacer For A Reason stopped the clock at 1:49.4 last November, before Smoken Up did it again with his 1:49.9 three weeks later. Suave Stuey Lombo covered the mile in 1:49.6 last June. “He is in perfect condition and will be primed and ready for next week,” Tritton declared. “I’m tipping which ever horse wins the Miracle Mile they will have to better 1:50. “It won’t be a surprise is Smoken Up’s record is broken.” PAUL COURTS

Harness racing fans worldwide can watch the Miracle Mile barrier draw as it unfolds on Sunday. With the remainder of the invitations to the Grand Circuit event expected to be extended on Saturday night, the draw will be conducted during the popular luncheon at Tabcorp Park Menangle the following afternoon. Officials have announced the draw will be streamed via the Trots TV section of as of 12:15. As it stands, three positions are still up for grabs with the winner of Saturday night’s Cordina Sprint guaranteed a position in the elite field. Defending champion Beautide was the first invited and will be joined in the November 29 showdown by Avonnova, For A Reason, Terror To Love and Christen Me. PAUL COURTS

A year ago owner Zac Cornell was less than two metres away from winning the Cordina Sprint when his talented harness racing performer Mach Beauty was defeated by dual Miracle Mile winner Smoken Up. Come Saturday night, Cornell and his partners Adrian Bau and Brian Dohnt will be hoping another of their horses, Suave Stuey Lombo, can go one better this year’s edition of the Group One at Menangle. Victory will also ensure Suave Stuey Lombo earns a berth in the Miracle Mile the following week. “Mach Beauty went so close last year and we were all so proud of him, but it would be great to win the Cordina Sprint this year with Suave Stuey Lombo,” Cornell said. “There has been a lot of talk about the Miracle Mile the following week, but as far as I am concerned the horse has to perform this week first. “If he can get the job done this week then he will deserve his spot in the Miracle Mile the following week.” Suave Stuey Lombo was unplaced behind Avonnova in the Newcastle Mile a fortnight ago but Cornell is looking forward to seeing the son of Bettors Delight back at his favourite track - Tabcorp Park Menangle. “Yeah after the Newcastle Mile we thought Suave Stuey Lombo might be better suited on the bigger track at Menangle, we were a little bit disappointed after the race, not with the horse or his performance because he couldn’t have done anymore, it was more the result,” Cornell declared. “Shane (Tritton, trainer) is happy with how he has recovered since the run. He has drawn a little bit wide this week in the Cordina, but everyone knows his racing pattern now and Lauren (Panella, driver) will be pressing forward in an attempt to lead.” Cornell is looking forward to Mach Beauty’s return, with the Victoria and Hunter Cups high on the agenda. “That’s the plan with Mach Beauty, but he was carrying a lot of weight when he returned to Shane’s, so he may not be ready,” Cornell explained. “If he isn’t then he will be aimed at the Inter Dominion again.” GREG HAYES

Menangle harness racing trainer Darren McCall was very confident Bettor Bet Black would win last weekend and believes the pacer deserves his chance in this Saturday night’s Cordina Sprint at Tabcorp Park Menangle.  McCall was pleased for the gelding’s owners, who also bred the son of Bettors Delight, and would love nothing more to capture a Group One for them. “I am really pleased for the Vagg family, they bred Bettor Bet Black and they breed plenty of horses each year,” McCall said. “They are great people and the industry would be a much better one if there were more people like the Vaggs in it. I think they have got seven yearlings again this season, it shows how much they have invested in the sport.” Bettor Bet Black has a reputation as being a ‘flyer’ off the gate, and after drawing barrier seven, McCall has no doubt he will lead in the early stages. “I’ve crossed Suave Stuey Lombo before with Bettor Bet Black in Melbourne, and we have drawn inside Suave Stuey Lombo this week, so I’m not too worried about being crossed early,” McCarll declared. “I handed over two runs back, but held the lead last start, but that was all to do with Bettor Bet Black’s fitness. “It has taken me longer than usual to get him fully fit, he came back this time carrying a lot more weight than normal and he has needed a few more runs to reach peak fitness.” McCall believes Bettor Bet Black has matured mentally this year. “He has always been a handful especially when he was at the racetrack, but he does seems a little more mature this preparation,” McCall said. “He loves routine and seems to handle everything if he is expecting it. “Win, lose or draw this Saturday night he has qualified for the Smoken Up Championship Final with his win last weekend, so he will be backing up again next week.” GREG HAYES

Talented harness racing youngster Big Spending Telf outgunned the Sydneysiders on their home soil for Victorian horseman Michael Stanley last Saturday night. The son of Changeover, which appears rich with intestinal fortitude, sat in the ‘death seat’ during the Chokin Championship heat before overpowering the leader, Quagmire, leaving the back straight. Digging deep during the latter stages, Big Spending Telf staved off a determined Kilcullen to score by two metres in 1:54.2 over a mile. “There was a bit of rain in the race before and he did all the work in the run and held them off, so he did a really good job,” Stanley said. “We’ll see what happens in the heat next week, but hopefully he can go into the Final and repeat the performance there.” Stanley stated Big Spending Telf’s biggest asset was a seemingly endless supply of stamina, but added the half-brother to Magical Telf is also blessed with plenty of speed. “There’s a lot of bottom to him. Not a lot of three-year-olds can sustain the effort like he can for as long as he can,” Stanley declared. Big Spending Telf has won four of his six starts for prizemoney of $15,750. Meanwhile, Stanley’s other runners for the night both ran big races. Blucolla Tigerpie finished third in the Campbelltown Catholic Club Ladyship Pace won fellow Victorian Beauty Secret in 1:52.4. “She was not as sharp as she was first-up which makes me think that run might have taken the edge off her a bit,” Stanley said. “But they went 52 and she was off the track the last 600 and hit the line hard, so she’s ready to win soon. “I think she’ll take far more benefit from this run than she did the first-up one.” Hilltop Hustler also performed admirably in the Group 1 Coca Cola Amatil Sprint over 1609 metres. After racing towards the tail of the field, Hilltop Hustler found the line strongly to finish sixth behind Beautide, which stopped the clock in 1:50.4. “He just needs a couple of runs against this type of opposition to pick up the tempo of these races,” Stanley said. “The way he hit the line was really good. I’m really proud of him.” HRV Media

Harness racing’s comeback King – For A Reason – is the fourth confirmed acceptor to the famed Miracle Mile. Directors of the New South Wales Harness Racing Club announced the pacer’s pass early this morning based on his recent Queensland Pacing Championship win and third in last Tuesday’s New Zealand Cup. Australasia’s fastest stallion, For A Reason boasts a best time of 1:49.4, which he established at Menangle – home of the Miracle Mile – last season. The Miracle Mile conditions states horses facing the difficulties of travel which may affect their performance in the Miracle Mile may be issued an invitation prior to Monday’s close of nominations for the Cordina Sprint. Given he has just finished a trip across the Tasman, For A Reason fits this criteria. Despite his gallant second behind Beautide in last night’s Coca-Cola Sprint, Victorian star Guaranteed has not been granted a ‘golden ticket’ in the Grand Circuit gem. “Unfortunately we cannot issue an invitation to any horses from tonight’s Coca-Cola Amatil Sprint until next week,” NSWHRC chief executive Bruce Christison said. “Directors issued an invitation to For A Reason tonight and are still considering a couple of other horses that are in New Zealand.” Defending champion Beautide was the first invited, with Avonnova earning a berth with his Newcastle Mile triumph last week. Club Directors then offered New Zealand Cup winner, Adore Me, a position in the elite field, with connections deciding to bypass the prestigious event. Second in last year’s Miracle Mile, Christen Me was given the opportunity to go one better thanks to his New Zealand Free-For-All success last Friday. PAUL COURTS

He has broken 1:50 around Tabcorp Park Menangle before and now For A Reason will get his chance to do it again in the harness racing SEW Eurodrive Miracle Mile on November 29. The glamour pacer earned an invitation to the $750,000 Grand Circuit event tonight. Following his stellar third-placed performance in Tuesday's Christchurch Casino New Zealand Cup, Directors of the New South Wales Harness Racing Club wanted the multiple Group One-winner for their flagship event. Defending champion Beautide was the first to be issued an invitation to the 2014 edition and after taking out tonight's automatic qualifier at the principal track, the Coca-Cola Amatil Sprint, it gave NSWHRC Directors the opportunity to issue another invitation. The Miracle Mile conditions states that horses facing the difficulties of travel which may affect their performance in the Miracle Mile may be issued an invitation prior to the close of nominations for the Cordina Sprint (Monday). And luckily for connections, For A Reason fits this criteria. "Unfortunately we cannot issue an invitation to any horses from tonight's Coca-Cola Amatil Sprint until next week" NSWHRC chief executive Bruce Christison said. "Directors issued an invitation to For A Reason tonight and are still considering a couple of other horses that are in New Zealand" Only two other horses apart from Beautide and For A Reason have accepted invitations to the 2014 Miracle Mile and they are Newcastle Mile winner Avonnova and Kiwi star Christen Me. For more information contact NSWHRC Racing Manager David Wonson on (02) 4645 2200.

Construction on the highly anticipated Menangle Park Harness Racing Training Centre commenced this week. Earth moving equipment from TRN Group arrived at the site, which joins to the south of the Tabcorp Park Menangle to start the construction of the training track and building pads. The Training Centre has received multiple expressions of interest from local, interstate and overseas trainers and will include stables, a 1000-metre training track, day yards, water walker and a swimming facility. “It is very pleasing that we have finally broken soil on this project which anyone can imagine has been a lengthy process gaining local council and service utilities approval,” said HRNSW CEO John Dumesny. “We have the expectation that construction of the barns will commence early in the new year with occupation expected shortly thereafter.” Dumesny stated the training centre will complete the world class facility at Menangle Park. “Included in this development is a new access intersection off Menangle road which will service the training centre and race track in future years,” Dumesny said. HRNSW Media

Each runner drawn for tomorrow night’s Coca Cola Amatil Sprint have arrived at Harness Racings New South Wales’s Retention Barn at Tabcorp Park Menangle. Due at Menangle by 11 o’clock this morning, many of the connections decided to arrive early with scorching weather predictions of nearly 40 degrees scheduled today. Trainer Scott Stewart, who prepares Bitoblisss, travelled overnight from Victoria and arrived the earliest. “We got here nice and early and I gave him a look at the track,” Stewart said. “He’s travelled nicely and I’m happy with the set up with the retention facility.” Another Victorian mentor, David Lewis, is also impressed with the facility. Lewis trains Group One winning pacer, Abettorpunt. “I’m very happy, it looks very comforting for the horses and that’s the main thing,” Lewis said. HRNSW’s Manger Integrity and Chairman of Stewards Reid Sanders has been pleased with the Retention Barn since its inception at this year’s Inter Dominion. “We’ve been able to use it a few times now and we are more than happy with the way it has progressed,” Reid said. “With the assistance of Owen Mulligan, Jimmy Chang and the team at Menangle we have been able to make it a smooth transition for all concerned.” The Group One $100,000 Coca Cola Amatil Sprint is race seven on tomorrow night’s stellar program. HRNSW Media

On face value the draw for Menangle on Saturday night hasn’t been kind to harness racing’s boom pacer Guaranteed. Receiving barrier seven in the Coca-Cola Sprint, Guaranteed slots into five with the removal of the emergency for co-trainers Emma Stewart and Clayton Tonkin. A brilliant winner of his three starts this season, Guaranteed – along with fellow Victorians Abettorpunt, Bitobliss and Hilltop Hustler – has been sent across the Murray in a bid to secure a Miracle Mile berth. Australasia’s premier sprint, the Miracle Mile is scheduled to be run on November 29. While five can be considered an awkward draw, co-owner Mark Thompson believes the starting position “shouldn’t really have an effect” in the Group One. “I don’t think he is favoured by an inside draw anyway as he doesn’t get away all that quickly,” Thompson said. “If anything, he will get out better when a little wider out. “Given he doesn’t have blistering gate speed, the draw isn’t the be all and end all, so it shouldn’t really have an effect on him overall.” To be driven by master reinsman Gavin Lang, Guaranteed is no stranger to feature race glory at the world class venue. Successful in the Tatlow Stake as a two-year-old, the son of Artsplace won a Derby heat at three before capturing the Mount Eden Championship and Chariots Of Fire at four. The latter performance – widely-regarded as the greatest victory in the prestigious event – was the day Guaranteed proved he is a Grand Circuit contender in the making according to Thompson. “From the time he made his debut he has shown a lot of promise, and delivered on it, but in the Chariots he really showed what he is capable of,” Thompson said. “That said, people still see him as a big, strong horse, but under estimate his speed. When he gets the chance to follow and come off the pace, you’ll see how quickly he can sprint.” Aware of the high expectations surrounding the stallion, Thompson declared Guaranteed’s career won’t be defined on his first attempt at the highest level. “No doubt if he doesn’t run well plenty of knockers will come out, but I’m not worried about that,” Thompson said. “This is another step up for him and there is no doubt he will put in a good run….he won’t disgrace himself. “If you take a really hard look at the Grand Circuit races, more often than not it the horse which gets the best run that wins, so like all of them we’ll need a bit of luck. “Smoken Up is the perfect example of that…he did a power of work in his races and on many occasions got beaten right on the line by a horse that had the better run and luck. “If things go his way, again like most of them, he will go very close.” PAUL COURTS

Class prevailed at Menangle today as rising harness racing star Bling It On completed a brilliant first-up victory. Spelled after his gallant second in the Breeders’ Crown at Melton last August, Bling It On was pitted against a field of open class performers, but handled the task like a seasoned trooper. In a career best time of 1:51.3 over the mile, Bling It On accounted for Alchemy and Rockets Reject. Thrilled with the four-year-old’s effort, trainer Belinda McCarthy has earmarked several major targets for the son of American Ideal, beginning with the Mount Eden Championship later this month. “From the outside of the front row, and against free-for-all horses, it was always going to be a tough first-up run,” McCarthy said. “We knew how well he had been going at home, but race fitness and experience against the older horses is another thing come race day. “It was a tight finish, but he did it well and will certainly improve for the outing. “We’ll keep him ticking along now as we head onto the Mount Eden series.” Consisting of heats leading into a $50,000 Final, the Mount Eden Championship is scheduled to be run on November 29 – Miracle Mile night. Following that assignment, Bling It On will be aimed at the Chariots Of Fire and Australasian Breeders’ Crown. “The Chariots and Crown are the other two main targets with him this season,” McCarthy said. “In between those we will pick out suitable lead-up races. “He will only have a light season, consisting of about 10 to 12 starts.” PAUL COURTS

Rising star Bing It On is set to follow a path similar to the one harness racing’s boom pacer, Guaranteed, has been on. Due to have his first run back from a spell at Menangle today, Bing It On will be given a limited four-year-old campaign with the hope of making the transition to the top echelon at five – a trek Guaranteed is currently undertaking. Bing It On’s main targets for the term are the Mount Eden Championship later this month, followed by the Paleface Adios Stake leading into Chariots Of Fire and one of Victoria’s rich futurities. Guaranteed won the Mount Eden before returning to Menangle to capture the Paleface Adios and Chariots Of Fire. The son of Artsplace then finished second in the Vicbred Final before returning this season to win his three starts in sensational fashion. According to part-owner Harvey Kaplan, Bing It On will contest the same races, except the Breeders’ Crown will replace the Vicbred series. “He will only have a light four-year-old season before being unleashed at five,” Kaplan said. “He’ll only have 10 to 12 starts, with the Chariots the main aim. “Guaranteed is a super horse and if Bing It On can emulate his feats we will be super excited.” Despite connections’ plans for the Belinda McCarthy-trained entire, Kaplan isn’t expecting a grand first-up victory. Although he believes Bing It On is capable of winning, Kaplan feels the conditions are against the son of American Ideal. Spelled after his gallant second in the Breeders’ Crown last August, Bing It On has drawn the outside of the front row against seasoned free-for-allers. “He is a superstar, but given he’s first-up from barrier 10 against older, fitter horses it’s no gimme,” Kaplan declared. “The handicapping makes it hard on a four-year-old like him coming back from a spell. “If we nominated him on a metropolitan meeting, he would be put up against the likes of Beautide and so on. “Be it trotters, pacer, colts or mares, there needs to be more available options for early four-year-olds. “In fact, it’s even harder on mares as they have to run against the boys as there is no Chariots Of Fire-type races set aside for them.” PAUL COURTS

Without horses there would be no harness racing. And to a large degree, no equines could also have meant the Australian way of life as we know it wouldn’t exist! Horses played a major role in Australia’s efforts during the World War, with the Light Horse Brigade now recognised around the globe for its heroics. None more so than the brave men on horseback which fought enemy forces with distinction during the Battle of Beersheba. A series of allied attacks took place on October 31, 1917, with the Anzac Mounted Division among the first in action. Shortly afterwards, a mounted infantry charge by the Australian Mounted Division’s 4th and 12th Light Horse Regiments (4th Light Horse Brigade) took place. With bayonets in their hands and their rifles slung across their back, the Aussie’s captured Beersheba and part of the enemy garrison as it was withdrawing. The victory proved to be a significant turning point of the war by breaking the Turkish defensive line from Gaza to Beersheba. To commemorate the anniversary of the battle, the New South Wales Harness Racing Club conducted a special service at Menangle this morning. While the world class venue is now the site of the Southern Hemisphere’s premier racetrack, during the war the land was used as a training ground for divisions of the Australian Light Horse Infantry Regiment based at Holsworthy. As such, the club held the Battle of Beersheba Breakfast, which was well-received by all who attended, including the state Governor, David Hurley. Hurley participated in the laying of the wreath in memory the 800 ANZACS who defeated 4000 Turkish Soldiers against all odds to liberate the wells of Beersheba. “We purchased this site in the 1950s and we’re proud to uncover the heritage and history which includes our time as a First World War makeshift army camp used to train troopers in the Australian Light Horse,” club chairman Ray Sharman said. “Many hundreds of men and horses left these very grounds for foreign shores and today we pay tribute to their gallantry and memory. “I would like to mention local Menangle resident Sue Peacock as it was her passion and love of the Australian Light Horse story and our history that led her to contact our previous chief executive John Dumesny. “Her letters brought this inaugural Breakfast to reality.” Expecting the breakfast to grow stronger in years ahead, Sharman stated the club plans to unveil a special statue to mark the 100th anniversary of the battle in 2017. “Our ultimate goal in 2017 to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba is to unveil a bronze cast of the Australian Light Horseman and his stead,” Sharman declared. “Our industry is indebted to the relationship of man and horse.” PAUL COURTS

All-round harness fanatic Rob Nalder has joined the team at Tabcorp Park Menangle as a Directorsof the New South Wales Harness Racing Club. A prominent breeder-owner, Nalder brings to the position extensive experience in the sport and in business. “I want to carry on the great work the club has achieved since the sale of Harold Park and I’m glad I can be a part of that,” Nalder said. “Ensuring the sport we love is maximised to every one of its followers and its participants is important to me.” Having been a member of the club for more than a decade, Nalder also owns and operates Independent Portable Buildings, which in 2012 was awarded NSW Small Business of the Year. Nalder has had previous experience as a committeeman, having been part of Harness Racing NSW’s board between 2006 and 2012. He was a committee member of the NSW Breeders’ Association for a similar amount of time. An industry participant for more than 30 years, Nalder has owned many horses, including Group One winners Caribbean Blaster, About To Rock, Renaissance Man and Conrod Straight. With the vacancy on the NSWHRC Board due to Sue Kelly’s passing, Nalder takes the position for the remaining two years. Meanwhile, Directors Robert Marshall and Peter Sullivan were re-elected by members, each on a three-year term. Club Chairman Ray Sharman congratulated Nalder on his appointment as well as Marshall and Sullivan for retaining their positions. “I congratulate all three Directors,” Sharman said. “The board looks forward to working together and taking advantage of the opportunities available to the Club.” NSWHRC Media

Well known Reporoa harness racing enthusiast Danny McGill has had a lot of smart horses over the years and in last nights Alexandra Park winner Elliesjet  he seems to have another one to keep the bank manager happy. Danny has had a great run over the years breeding such smart types as Magie Lilly Rose 1:54.1 ($202,718), Golden Trowel 1:52.4 ($117,056) and Maximus Meridius 1:52.3 ($109,515). His latest winner though has been a bit of a surprise to the noted stockman. "She is a big filly, I mean really big and I didn't think she would have any speed," he told Harnesslink today. By Jeremes Jet from the speedy Village Jasper mare Elle Mary Rose 2:00.7, Elliesjet has been given plenty of time to grow into her large frame. "The original plan was to get her up and running and try to sell her but after after the way she has gone the last two weeks we have taken the for sale sign down," Danny said today. The 4 year old mare was having just her third lifetime start last night and on the back of a super third last week was warmly supported even though she drew the outside of the second row. Patiently driven in the early stages by driver Todd Mitchell, Elliesjet settled back in the running line before Todd sent her forward after 600 metres to grab the lead. From there it turned into a procession as Elliesjet gradually increased the tempo and then powered away in the home straight for an emphatic win by four lengths. Elliesjet paced the 2200 metres in 2:45.9, a mile rate of 2:01.3 with closing sectionals of 58.1 and 28.9 Today Danny was musing that you should never judge a book by its cover. " Todd said she absolutely jogged it and had plenty left at the finish so thats very encouraging,"  "Gareth Dixon (trainer) has suggested we should look at some of the support races over the Xmas carnival at Auckland so thats where we are heading,"  he said. Its been a big week for Danny as a half sister to Elliesjet in Annie Morva was successful at Menangle last Saturday night. "She ran second in the Ladyship stakes to Adore Me at three at Alexandra Park and then we sent her to Blake Fitzpatrick in Sydney to race. "Its worked out really well as she has topped the $100,000 mark in earnings and took a mark of 1:52.9 when she won last week," Danny said Danny almost made it a trifecta for the week as a breeder when the trotter he bred Al Bundy was an unlucky third at Alexandra Park last night. With Elliesjet and Annie Morva in such fine form, Danny looks in for a very profitable summer over the next few months. Harnesslink Media  

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