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Total Defiance has an impeccable record in standing-start events and he has bright prospects of maintaining this remarkable feat by winning the $40,000 Easter Cup over 2902m at Gloucester Park on Thursday night.

Jumbo Operator emerged as the State's best three-year-old with his devastating victory in the Caduceus Club Classic last Friday night and he should tighten his grip on the $200,000 WA Derby by winning the $50,000 Community Newspapers Western Gateway Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

The many trials and tribulations of the talented, yet troublesome Argent Treasure were blown away in a wave of euphoria at Gloucester Park on Friday night when the grey gelding finished like a rocket to crush his rivals in the $175,000 Sky Channel WA Derby.

Star three-year-old Lively Royce has such latent ability that he should be able to overcome two significant hurdles and win the $175,000 Sky Channel WA Derby at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

Former champion reinsman Justin Warwick will end a self-imposed exile of 46 weeks when he drives promising gelding Gransagenic in the $175,000 Sky Channel WA Derby at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

Brilliant three-year-old Lively Royce warmed up for the $175,000 Sky Channel WA Derby at Gloucester Park next Friday night in dazzling style with a superb victory in the $50,000 Community Newspapers Western Gateway Pace on Friday night April 11th.

Ryan Warwick completed an excellent double at Gloucester Park on Friday night when he drove Gransagenic, a son of Village Jasper, to a fighting victory by a head over Mach Ruler (Mach Three) in the third prelude of the Sky Channel WA Derby.

Inexperienced gelding The Vice Captain emerged as a sound prospect for the $175,000 Sky Channel WA Derby on Friday week when he sprinted home powerfully to win the second prelude of the classic at Gloucester Park on Friday night April 4th.

Talented gelding General Naseem, who has enjoyed very little luck in recent starts, will be driven for the first time by Mark Reed when he starts from the awkward barrier of No. 7 in the second Sky Channel WA Derby at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

Lightly-raced New Zealand-bred gelding Givebobthejob should clinch a start in the $175,000 Sky Channel WA Derby by proving too strong for his eight rivals in the third Derby prelude at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

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