The most recent of his four wins in this State was when he started from the No. The Last Parisian, to be driven by Chris Lewis from out wide at barrier eight, will return to mobile racing after contesting stands at his past five starts. This will be his first appearance since he galloped at the start and finished at the rear behind Seven Demerits over m at Northam on August 3. The Last Parisian came from fifth in the middle stages to finish second to talented four-year-old Ana Afreet in a m trial at Byford on Sunday morning.
Punters face an intriguing quandary when choosing their selection in the m race in which the talented stablemates have drawn favourably. The only real certainty surrounding the tactics of the 12 runners is that polemarker Thereugo will reveal his normal brilliant gate speed and will set the pace for Lindsay Harper, who celebrated his 60th birthday on Tuesday. El Jacko finished an eye-catching second to the pacemaker and stablemate Our Jimmy Johnstone in the m James Brennan Memorial last Friday night after enjoying a perfect passage behind the leader.
He was hampered for room until getting into the clear m, when he sprinted fast, but was unable to overhaul Our Jimmy Johnstone, who set his rivals a difficult task by dashing over the final two quarters in Vampiro started from the back line and raced in eighth position before fighting on doggedly to be sixth, less than three lengths from the winner and two lengths behind El Jacko.
He will be very hard to beat this week, particularly if Warwick is able to slot him into the one-out, one-back position or the one-out, two-back spot. El Jacko, a seven-year-old with 21 wins from 58 starts, is an enigmatic pacer who gave a sample of his class by racing three back on the pegs and flashing home along the inside to finish a half-length second to the pacemaker Rocknroll Lincoln in the m WA Pacing Cup last January.
He has also had difficulty in the past of negotiating the final bend in races at Gloucester Park, particularly when racing one wide or wider on the track.
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Astute punters could well opt for Vampiro, a six-year-old with 19 wins from 50 starts, taking into account his splendid performance four starts ago when he began from barrier seven and worked hard in the breeze before finishing powerfully to snatch a half-head victory from the pacemaker Our Corelli in the m August Cup. However, he will be at long odds this week after drawing the outside barrier No. Greg Bond is seeking his second success in the Navy Cup. He then had a tough run in the breeze before wilting only over the final m. Mr Mojito will be improved after his sound first-up fourth behind Our Corelli in the York Cup last Friday week, but faces a hard task from the wide draw.
Trots clubs in the western region of Victoria have come together to trial a new strategy for hosting trial meetings. Whilst the concept of trialling before or during race meetings is not a new concept, the change is somewhat of an innovation to the region and industry. The calendaring of meetings combine both trials before race meetings and the traditional standalone trial meetings, to ensure that there are trials in the region on a weekly basis, regardless of the number of nominations. Trainers note: Nominations will close as per regular trial meetings.
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Top flight driver Blake Jones won both the Riverina and Wagga driving titles while his partner, Ellen Bartley, was the leading female trainer-driver. Wagga trainer Paul Kahlefeldt won three awards taking out the trainer of the year title at Wagga in a tight finish that went right down to the final meeting of the season.
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Pacer of the year Seattle Trace, which he owns, helped him seal the award while he was also named owner of the year. Three-year-old Western Secret took top honors in the Riverina and Wagga juvenile filly of the year, while Major Roll was named the best three-year-old male.
Peter McRae was the recipient of the leading junior driver title, while Blaster Ranger and Matthew Harris had the best strike-rate of any duo at Wagga during last season. After winning three races in the space of six days, Lenas Art was announced as the iron horse award winner for trainer David Druitt.
Wagga will race next on Friday afternoon. Graeme White.
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None Bettor was driven to victory by Geo. Napolitano Jr, and trained by Andrew Harris. He has had a faultless season so far winning 11 of his 15 starts, with 4 other placings. The brilliant son of Bettor's Delight was too good for his field, as he successfully paced the mile in With his season consisting of 13 starts for 9 wins and 4 seconds. See details. Buy It Now. Add to cart. Be the first to write a review About this product.
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By spring of , he had recovered enough that he attempted to return to horse racing, but after a series of less-demanding jobs ending in , it was clear he could not work safely around racehorses. He also tried living and working near horse farms, but his disabilities were too severe for him to be safe around horses at all. He ultimately moved to Atoka, Oklahoma , in to work for David Burrage, who had been the accountant and general manager for Lukas Racing Stables.
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