Har­ness rac­ing back on the pace

South Western Times - - Sport -

Ac­tion re­turns to Don­ald­son Park on Sun­day, with an eight-race pro­gram get­ting un­der way at 2.04pm.

There will be con­sid­er­able in­ter­est sur­round­ing the SOS Of­fice Equip­ment Grad­u­a­tion MS Pace (2100m), with Vanessa Brock­man’s run­ner Alkira Qu­at­tro Jet be­ing driven by her daugh­ter Aimee-Lee Wood.

The Bun­bury-based driver, who com­peted in pony trots events at the club as a ju­nior, recorded her first-ever ca­reer vic­tory at Nar­ro­gin on Satur­day and is more than ca­pa­ble of notch­ing up her first vic­tory at home.

Stand­ing in Wood’s way is Fol­som Prison — who in four starts has al­ready notched up con­sec­u­tive vic­to­ries — and Go Home Jo, who has placed in her last two starts.

In the Bun­bury Her­ald Grad­u­a­tion MS Pace (2100m), Amer­i­can Dy­nasty ap­pears to be on course to cap­i­talise on re­cent form, de­spite start­ing on the sec­ond row.

Other run­ners who could fig­ure in the fin­ish in­clude He’s Talk­ing and Just Barney.

Pic­ture: Scott Hamil­ton

Ac­tion re­turns to Don­ald­son Park on Sun­day, with a full pro­gram for lo­cal pun­ters.

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