Harness racing back on the pace
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.
Action returns to Donaldson Park on Sunday, with a full program for local punters.