Big night of rac­ing ac­tion

South Western Times - - Classifieds - Justin Fris

Ac­tion re­turns to Don­ald­son Park to­mor­row night, with Adda Rock­in­heaven one of sev­eral run­ners primed for an­other strong show­ing. Ac­tion re­turns to Don­ald­son Park to­mor­row night, with a full rac­ing pro­gram on of­fer for pun­ters.

An in­trigu­ing bat­tle looms in the Tab­Touch MS Pace (2100m), with sev­eral run­ners holding strong claims for vic­tory.

One of the pre-race fan­cies is Kaiden Hayter’s six-year-old Hoiho, who has been in ex­cep­tional form re­cently.

Although start­ing on the sec­ond row, the Kiwi bolter has placed in five of his past six starts – in­clud­ing four con­sec­u­tive sec­ond plac­ings in a month.

Aside from an out of char­ac­ter per­for­mance on Satur­day, Ryan Bell’s six-year-old Mid­night Man should also not be dis­counted, con­sid­er­ing his ap­petite for fin­ish­ing at the head of the field in Bun­bury and Glouces­ter Park.

The re­cent Kiwi dom­i­nance at the track will be put to the test in the Sky Rac­ing MS Pace (2100m), with Beau­di­ene Beach Babe po­ten­tially locked in an ex­cit­ing duel with Alis­ter Thompson’s run­ner Happy As.

Ear­lier in the night, eyes will be on She­z­likater­ror in the United Equip­ment Fil­lies and Mares MS Pace (2100m) as she aims to con­struct back-to-back wins.

De­spite be­ing a $15 pre-tote favourite in the open­ing Sun­wise Pace (2100m), Dean Miller’s mare Adda Rock­in­heaven is also more than ca­pa­ble of up­stag­ing those in front of her – de­spite start­ing on the sec­ond row.

In a mas­sive coup, the fi­nal four races on the pro­gram will be broad­cast live on Sky Rac­ing 1.

Pic­ture: Justin Fris

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