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Seemingly indestructible ten-year-old Has The Answers is poised to seriously test record-smashing five-year-old Livingontheinterest after drawing favourably at barrier two on the front line in the 2130m Quality Produce Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

Harness racing trainer Tony Svilicich will have seven of the ten runners in Friday night's feature event, the $21,000 Lancaster Park Stakes at Gloucester Park over 1730 metres.

West Australian harness racing trainer/driver Shannon Suvaljko owns and trains Lukey and he will be able to drive the promising colt in the $50,000 Nepean Conveyors Champagne Stakes at Gloucester Park on Friday night after being granted a stay of proceedings by the RWWA stewards.

Harness racing trainer Tony Svilicich, hailed as a genius for producing Mysta Magical Mach fresh and bursting with energy for the eight-year-old's effortless victory in the Mulberry Estate Autumn Championship at Gloucester Park on Friday night, had difficulty in recognising stablemates McGintysgoat and Shardons Rocket and was fined $500 for presenting an incorrect horse to start in a race earlier in the night.

Star harness racing driver Morgan Woodley freely admits that Mysta Magical Mach is one of his favourite horses, having driven the veteran pacer 75 times for 21 wins, 22 seconds and eight thirds. But he has decided to switch his allegiance to David Hercules in the $21,000 Mulberry Estate Autumn Championship at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

A battered and bruised Morgan Woodley made a dream debut at the Menangle harness racing track on Tuesday evening when he drove veteran West Australian pacer Mysta Magical Mach to a decisive victory in a 1609m Free-For-All.

West Australian harness racing trainer Tony Svilicich has been conditioning horses for nearly 30 years but he is about to embark on a new adventure with his tough pacer Mysta Magical Mach. In his long and successful training career he has never campaigned a horse outside of the state he now calls home but believes his Inter Dominion runner can go one better than he did last year when finishing second to Im Themightyquinn.

Evergreen star pacer Mysta Magical Mach finally turned the tables on harness racing champion Im Themightyquinn when he produced one of the fastest final 800m sections at Gloucester Park to win the $35,000 Find Thirty Every Day Lord Mayor's Cup on Friday night.

Talented young harness racing driver Kyle Harper was excited at the enormous potential of Mysta Magical Mach when he drove the New Zealand-bred gelding at his first three starts in Western Australia late in 2008, but he had wait patiently for more than four years to taste victory with the equine millionaire.

Veteran pacer Mysta Magical Mach gave convincing proof that he will be one of the major players in the rich summer carnival events this harness racing season when he bounced back to his brilliant best with an impressive victory in the $35,000 Brear And Doonan Members Sprint at Gloucester Park on Friday night (October 12).

If you're looking for a big upset in the 2012 - V75 Inter Dominion Grand Final at Gloucester Park in Perth on Friday (March 2) then consider gifted harness racing driver Morgan Woodley and Mysta Magical Mach.

Mysta Magical Mach warmed up for the V75 interdominion pacing championship series in grand style at Gloucester Park on Friday night when harness racing driver Morgan Woodley drove the New Zealand-bred seven-year-old to a dazzling victory in the $50,000 V75 Punters Club Pace.

"Forget his failure in the Fremantle Cup," was the advice from leading harness racing trainer Gary Hall sen. when advising punters that Rakarebel would prove hard to beat in the $50,000 V75 Punters Club Pace over 2100m at Gloucester Park on Friday night (February 10).

Millionaire harness racing pacer Washakie has not had an ounce of luck at his first two starts back in Western Australia last month and, despite drawing the outside barrier in the field of seven, he has the class to return to the winning list in the $40,000 Governor's Cup at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

The cream of Australasian harness racing have nominated for the 2012 V75 Inter Dominion to be staged at Gloucester Park next year. Seventy seven nominations were received for the $1.78 Million series which kicks off on February 17 and will culminate with a $1 Million Grand Final on March 2.

Boyanup horseman Kim Prentice is aiming to go one better than he did two years ago by winning the $60,000 Global Insurance Celebrity Sprint at Gloucester Park on Friday night (December 9) with New Zealand-bred harness racing seven-year-old Rakarebel.

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