Day At The Track

A win would be fitting for $150,000 colt

04:49 AM 03 Feb 2010 NZDT
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The tragic Drouin Bushfire
The tragic Drouin Bushfire - blazes fiercely.

Expensive pacer Cullen Bromac will be an appropriate starter at Moonee Valley this Saturday night. For this weekend, it will be one year since Cullen Bromac's trainers, Gary and Debbie Quinlan, fought to save their harness racing stables and property at Drouin West from the Black Saturday bushfires.

Although fencing and pastures were damaged, buildings and horses escaped the inferno.

Shortly afterwards, the son of Christian Cullen arrived from New Zealand where he was purchased by Warragul businessman Peter Gibbon for $150,000.

Since that time, Cullen Bromac's connections have eagerly awaited the commencement of the horses racing career, which came with a first-up victory at Geelong on January 18.

This Saturday night, Cullen Bromac tackles the $30,000 Premiere Stakes at Moonee Valley.

Cullen Bromac's stablemate Jazzam will also race on Saturday night, along with star local trotter Ronerail.

This weekend's meeting is the last harness racing program at Moonee Valley, which has been the home of Melbourne harness racing since 1976.

by Kyle GALLEY

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