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« 2017-Dec-24, 07:36 PM Reply #200 »
"TROT TACTICS" 23/12/2017..

  It would not be Christmas without a "message". As we come to the end of the Calendar year, most participants would be considering the effect that the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission has had on harness in recent months. With a number of leading lights arrested for "race fixing" and allied activities in recent months, there is division in the ranks. Not all are grateful for a process which is aimed at cleaning up a sport, which, to all those who support QRIC, appeared headed for anarchy and closure. The "nay sayers" as usual, called for more prizemoney, and complained bitterly at the cost of QRIC, claiming that the funds involved would be better spent being funnelled into the pockets of the handful of trainers who had been getting the lions share for the past two decades. The recent election saw the Opposition promise to emasculate QRIC should they be returned to power. Enough said! Anyone with the recollections of night trotting years ago will agree with this writer as to the superiority of the racing spectacle. If QRIC can provide us with a squeaky clean product, and our administrators with a punter friendly racing format, then we will have the Christmas present of our dreams. Harness participants will have the opportunity to rebuild harness to a stage where punters will happily bet on it, come to watch it in the flesh, and a reasonable number will develop an interest in owning, training and driving. There is the message. In the vision of reasonable people there should be nothing in harness for the "too hard basket". Just deal with it and move on!
 
Glamorganvale based trainer/driver, Narissa McMullen  has added another trophy to the cabinet, taking out the Australian Young Driver's Championship, conducted at Recliffe and Albion Park last week. McMullen finished the series on 96 points, seven clear of Dylan Ferguson(NZ) on 89. Chris Geary (NSW) would finish with 75 in third position, while Jason Lee (VIC) ended on 72 points.
McMullen’s series got off to a flier on the opening night, when she won the opening two heats at Redcliffe to take the early series lead.Ferguson and Sheree Tomlinson claimed the next two heats for the Kiwis, before Victoria’s Jason Lee and New South Wales’ Chris Geary took maximum points on the second night.McMullen made it another double on the final night, leading all the way on Parisian Rockstar at Albion on Saturday, with Lee and Jayden Brewin (SA) collecting wins ahead of the final.The win meant McMullen had followed the footsteps of her renowned father John McMullen, who won the 1986 Inter Dominion Young Drivers Series. He beat a star-studded field which featured the likes of Mark Purdon and Anthony Butt, whose daughter Kimberly Butt represented New Zealand in the 2017 event.“(Dad) always talks about it,” McMullen laughed.“It was good to be able to say ‘now I’ve got a win too’. The family was really excited.”

  The Queensland Racing Integrity Commissioner has announced the appointment of a new Director of Licensing and Stewarding. “I’m pleased to announce that Ms Ali Wade has been appointed to the position following an open merit recruitment and selection process that attracted international interest,” Commissioner Ross Barnett said. “Ms Wade has acted in the role in a relieving capacity for much of the past year after transitioning to the Commission as Manager of Licensing and Registration. “Prior to that, she worked at Racing Queensland in several senior management roles including Senior Manager of Stewarding and Integrity Operations after joining that organisation in 2006". The Director of Licensing and Stewarding is tasked with overseeing the work of 35 stewards across Queensland and the licensing and registration teams. “Ms Wade comes to the role at a time of significant change in the racing industry, including greater community expectations for the welfare of animals and the integrity of the three codes of thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing,” Commissioner Barnett said. “I would like to thank the chief steward for Racing Victoria Mr Terry Bailey and the former chief steward for Racing NSW Mr Ray Murrihy for participating on the selection panel". Ms Wade says she’s looking forward to continuing in the role and to ensuring Queensland’s racing industry maintains the highest standards for integrity and animal welfare. “This is a great honour and I’d like to give special mention to the support I have received from the chief stipendiary steward for thoroughbreds Mr Allan Reardon,” Ms Wade said. “We will also soon begin the process of finding the right people to fill key vacancies including the positions of chief stipendiary steward for both the harness and greyhound codes.”

  A share out on the trainer's side of the leader board this week with Greg Elkins, Chantal Turpin, Ron Sallis, Bill Crosby and Jason Carkeet all up there with two winners apiece. On the driver's side , Narissa McMullen nosed out dead heaters Pete McMullen, Matt Elkins and Gary Whitaker scoring five to four. NM has to be most pleasing as well. You don't win a National Championship every week.
 
 Resultsville.. Albion Park 15/12.. Always My Mate (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Maretti (Chris McGeary for Phil Mitchell).. Firebby (Danielle McMullen for Chris Monte).. Seven rippin Aces (Kelli Dawson for Jamie Donovan).. Govinni (Hayden Barnes for Al Barnes).. Albion Park 16/12.. Parisian Rockstar (Narissa McMullen for Peter Greig).. Mojo Major (Narissa McMullen for Kerryann Turner).. Platinum Art (Matt Elkins for Kay Crone).. Village Witch (Narissa McMullen for Steve Cini).. Marburg 16/12.. Living Free (Justin Pascoe for Phil Keats).. Cheyenne Warrior (Matt Elkins for Richard Hutchinson).. Riverleigh Jeff (Gary Whitaker for Tess Neaves).. Elzboy (Adam Richardson for Steve Towns).. Its All Go (Matt Elkins)  Lots More Grins (Hayden Barnes for Wayne Davis).. How We Roll (GaryWhitaker for Bill Crosby).. Albion Park 19/12.. Likes To Rock (Gary Whitaker for Vic Frost).. Gloveman Gilly (Matt Elkins for Greg Elkins).. Sicilian Slumber (Danielle McMullen for Lachie Manzelmaan).. Comply Or Die (Narissa McMullen for Ron Sallis).. Yankee Strutter (Trent Dawson for Max Towns).. Redcliffe 20/12.. My Mojo (Danielle McMullen for Jason Carkeet).. Vader (Dan Russell).. Cotton Cold Candy (Pete McMullen for Jason Carkeet).. Georgia Grace (Adam Sanderson for Shawn Grimsey).. Heavens Hurricane (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Redcliffe 21/12.. Tascott Lady (Taleah McMullen for John McMullen).. How We Roll (Gary Whitaker for Bill Crosby).. Cryptic Chance (Matt Elkins for Greg Elkins).. Monkseaton (Chris Petroff for Jay Edmunds).. Mista Natural (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Punters Delight (Narissa McMullen for Ron Sallis)..



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« 2017-Dec-31, 11:41 AM Reply #201 »
"TROT TACTICS"  30/12/2017..

  There is little doubt, that if anything, be it an animal, or any other entity endowed with reactive powers, appears to be asleep, he, she or it, will exercise those powers if poked. It seems that the good works performed by the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission over the last six months have stirred the possum in several areas of the media. From the high profile website, "punters.com.au" to the pen of Courier Mail sports guru, Robert Craddock, comes the same question in the past two weeks. " how many more scandals can harness racing afford, and will these prolific disclosures not cause the government to close down the sport". It seems to this writer that QRIC is proceeding in an orderly fashion, following the letter of the law, with the intention of avoiding loop holes. They are hardly fuelling "scandals", merely identifying the wrong doers and punishing them accordingly. It makes a change from previous long term practice  of maintaining a veneer of decency as defined by philosopher/playwright, George Bernard Shaw. "Decency" said Shaw, "is only indecency's conspiracy of silence"!! Had the current Government wanted to close down harness, or any other code in Queensland, it would have done so in the previous term. Instead, QRIC was created to provide the machinery and powers to rebuild public confidence in racing. It is doing just that!

  What have Ipswich harness folk to look forward to in the year to come. At Marburg, the Marburg Pacing Association has forged ties with the Skills Alliance Group, which has seen significant upgrades and maintenance to infrastructure and equipment on the Show Ground site. This seems destined to continue on into 2018 on the basis of Marburg supplying equipment and consumables, while Skills Alliance provides labour and "know how". The MPA is getting a lot of "bang for it's buck", and race day patrons are getting the benefit of a well presented facility. Also under discussion with Racing Queensland, is the possibility of an increase in race dates for the 700 metre circuit. Given that the "Marburg To Albion Park" heats and final series has been a big winner so far in providing bulk nominations and great racing, things are looking good. There you have it. Cause for guarded optimism. "Trot Tactics" takes the opportunity  to wish all the readers of this column, and Ipswich harness participants, all the best that the New Year can bring. May the hundred Queensland harness licencees that did not renew their ticket at the end of last season, have second thoughts, and, seeing some light at the end of the tunnel, throw the dice again.  Racing is a combination of horses and people. Having never seen a horse buy a person, it seems feasible that an increase in participant numbers will mean a corresponding increase in horse numbers. Such an event would be the proof of the pudding!
 
  The last leader board for 2017, sees Darrel Graham on top in both disciplines. Fernvale's "First Citizen" trained six winners for the week, and was first past the post on track for five of these occasions. Most pleasing, however, was Gary Whitaker's four winning drives, all coming on Thursday at Redcliffe. New Year or not,short of diverting the Brisbane River, nothing seems likely break the stranglehold that the lower Brisbane Valley has on the Ipswich harness dollar.

  Resultsville.. Albion Park  22/12.. Lisa Lincoln (Trent Dawson for Melissa Gillies).. Meant To Be Me (Darrell Graham for Shannon Price).. Parisian Rockstar (Narissa McMullen for Peter Greig).. Bohdi Tree (Narissa McMullen for Peter Greig).. Cheap Tint (Trent Dawson for Tahn Camillieri).. Albion Park 23/12.. Polished Rocks (Danielle McMullen for Steve Cini).. Change Of Mind (Pete McMullen for Shane Sanderson).. Kotare York (Al Barnes).. Secret Smile (Danielle McMullen for Ryan Veivers).. Arrokeefe (Narissa McMullen).. Wynberg Terror (Pete McMullen for Tahn Camillieri).. Gotta Glow (Darrell Graham).. Shadow Pass Adam Sanderson for Darrell Graham).. Releven Dream (Pete McMullen for Wayne Graham).. Redcliffe 27.12.. Vader (Danielle McMullen for Dan Russell).. Cheers Kathy (Darrell Graham).. Monkseaton (Chris Petroff for Jay Edmunds).. Mister Hart (Darrell Graham).. Redcliffe 28/12.. Heres My Number (Gary Whitaker for Mark Lichtwark).. Longshanks (Adam Richardson for Donny Smith).. Just Call Me Goose (Hayden Barnes for Michael Nutley).. Concentration (Gary Whitaker for Tess Neaves).. Our Buscemi (Gary Whitaker for Bianca Hooper).. Sache Girl (Gary Whitaker for Travis Mackay).. Drive The Dream (Darrell Graham)..



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« 2018-Jan-07, 02:01 PM Reply #202 »
      "TROT TACTICS".. 06/01/2018..
  The following is a press release from Queensland Racing Integrity Commission, stating that, " Stewards have suspended the harness driving and training licences of Grant Dixon after he left an inquiry into his driving tactics during a race at Redcliffe.The inquiry was opened following Mr Dixon’s driving of the horse “Baron Jujon” in Race 10 at Redcliffe on Thursday the 21st of December last year but was adjourned shortly after. The inquiry was reconvened at Albion Park today, with stewards advising Mr Dixon that it was their intention to issue a charge against him under Australian Harness Racing Rule 149 (2) for an unacceptable drive during a race.  Mr Dixon left the inquiry despite being advised to remain and removed seven horses that had been entered for today’s meeting at Albion Park. Stewards scratched the horses from their respective races and have advised Mr Dixon that his licences to participate in the Harness code have been suspended until he attends a reconvened inquiry. In the meantime, Mr Dixon is allowed to attend to the horses in his care to provide feed, water and light exercise.

   The above matter was settled at a reconvened inquiry on Thursday 04/01. Mr Dixon‘s licence to drive in races was suspended for a period of eight weeks to commence immediately and expire midnight 1 March 2018. Stewards ordered that this penalty be served cumulatively to Mr Dixon’s previous penalty under this same rule, which is currently the subject of an appeal.  Furthermore, in considering Mr Dixon’s conduct in leaving the Stewards inquiry without approval on Tuesday 2 January 2018 a further charge was issued under AHRR 243. This charge was proven, and Mr Dixon was fined an amount of $4,000, $2,000 of which has been held in abeyance, provided Mr Dixon does not contravene AHRR 243 in the next 12 months. Mister Dixons licence to train has been restored.   
 
The above is an example of a Stewards Panel standing its ground in the face of unacceptable behaviour on the part of a licencee. As you might expect there is a fair degree of polarisation among licencees and perhaps owners at this time, with a number of people claiming that Mr Dixon is hard done by. Perhaps participants might consider the following proposition. Currently, harness is undergoing a cleansing process. When we take up or renew a licence. we accept that we compete under the relevant Rules of Racing. If we had all obeyed those rules for the last two decades and they had been applied equally across the board, is it not fair to suggest that harness in Queensland would be in better shape than it is today?

  People it seems need a villain to blame when things go wrong. It is never "our fault". It saddens me to hear the denigration of the late Russ Hinze, who is now, in some quarters, blamed for the bagful of horrors we are taking with us into 2018. Hinze was, without a doubt  the greatest Racing Minister for harness of the modern age.. His provision of infrastructure, with four major tracks from Gold Coast to Townsville, all to be paid for by the Race Course Development Fund,  gave Queensland Harness a "golden age" which those who came afterwards managed to destroy. We have short memories!.

  Prior to Russ Hinze, Treasury ran racing . Under the careful and caring hand of Dr Lew Edwards, Race clubs had considerable opportunity to improve their position and that of racing generally through an incentive scheme. Base prizemoney levels were set at five year intervals. Should a club, by its efforts in raising crowd numbers or sponsorship, manage to distribute 10% more than the base figure in any season the next year's base became  110% of the original figure, and so on. A nice rolling carrot which ensured that Club Committees had a positive mind set , so different to today's "begging bowl" mentality.

  Sadly the Government of Queensland no longer owns the Tote. When we, as a cohesive unit of licencees, owners, and administrators, finally admit to ourselves that a privatised Tote's first allegiance is to its shareholders, we will understand the need for a MASSIVE  increase in turnover, to fund our prize money requirements. Obviously we must present in the punting marketplace with a readily saleable product. If we understand the necessary components of that product, and put them in place, in time we will win a much better market share and begin to prosper.

  Marburg Pacing Association's monthly meeting will be held after the unofficial trials on Saturday 06/01, at approximately 9.30am.

  The first leader board for 2018, with regular, Darrell Graham, quick to get off the mark ,bringing in three winners for the week. Drivers more evenly balanced with Nathan Dawson and Gary Whitaker finishing together on four wins apiece. Most pleasing, Majordoit for Tim Gillespie at Redcliffe on Wednesday with Dale Chalk in the sulky. Ipswich factor 28/42..

  Resultsville.. Albion Park 29/12/17.. Lavros Segil (Gary Whitaker for Brad Connelly).. Katniss (Nathan Dawson for Gary Gerrard).. Circle Line (Matt Elkins for Ron Wells).. The Next Star (Brittany Graham).. Albion Park 30/12/17.. Sicilian Slumber (Amy Rees for Lachie Manzelmann).. Village Witch (Narissa Dawson for Steve Cini).. Call Me Yours (Steve Doherty for Tess Neaves).. Glenferrie Hood (Pete McMullen for Wayne Graham).. Comply Or Die (Narissa McMullen for Ron Sallis).. Releven Dream (Pete McMullen for Wayne Graham).. Albion Park 02/01/2018,, Taimate Success (Nathan Dawson for Graham Dwyer).. Surface To Air (Matt Elkins for Greg Elkins).. Jango Fett (Darrell Graham).. Long Road To Fame (Brittany Graham for Adam Sanderson).. Redcliffe 03/01.. Somepartysomewhere (Nathan Dawson for Greg Franklin).. Ruato Bay (Chris Petroff for Ron Sallis).. Comeoutandplay (Gary Whitaker for Damien Shaw).. Johnny Cake (Adam Richardson for Steve Coombs).. Longshank (Adam Richardson for Donny Smith).. Majordoit (Dale Chalk for Tim Gillespie).. Nicky Mattgregor (Dan Russell).. Redcliffe 04/01.. Our Major Day (Nathan Dawson forRichard March).. Heres My Number (Gary Whitaker for Mark Lichtwark).. Thunder Mac (Darrell Graham).. Bobbies Girl (Chris Petroff for Jay Edminds).. Kearney Lane(Pete McMullen for Trent Jackson).. Our Buscemi (Gary Whitaker for Bianca Hooper).. Mister Hart (Darrell Graham)..



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« 2018-Jan-14, 02:50 PM Reply #203 »
TROT TACTICS"  13/01/2018..
 In what can only be seen as a sound career move, teenage horseman Lachie Manzelmann is heading interstate.The 18-year-old Queenslander has taken up the opportunity to join the leading Sydney stables of Shane and Lauren Tritton at Menangle.Manzelmann, the son of leading thoroughbred trainer John who is based in central Queensland, has enjoyed stints with leading stables of Turpin / McMullen and Ron Sallis while more recently working under the eye of Darrel Graham.The talented reinsman will join his new team later this month.“I just thought it was a great opportunity to expand my knowledge and see things from a different perspective, I’m really looking forward to it because I know I will grow in areas as a trainer and a driver.” Manzelmann said.The mini-trotting graduate landed 23 winners last season while he has 16 winners to date for the current term.He returned to race driving lastTuesday after serving a four week suspension.Two weeks ago, Manzelmann prepared his maiden metropolitan winner when Sicilian Slumber proved too good for his rivals.Amy Rees took the winning drive.“That was a great feeling but I’m thinking a winner at Menangle will be even better, I’m looking forward to driving on the big track.“Shane and Lauren have a number of quality performers in their care and I’ll be happy with any opportunities that come my way while the driving colony is high quality and there’s a lot to learn.“Queensland will always be home but this opportunity came at the right time, I’m keen to learn as much as possible.” When interviewed some 12 months ago, young Lachie was of the opinion that, in terms of employment,  he would see how far each stint would take him. He has stuck to that creed, and is steadily reaping the rewards that ambition married to common sense are likely to provide. Plans are for Sicilian Slumber to remain in Queensland under the care of Kelsey Schulz, which is a plus for KS also!

In a landmark, and perhaps controversial decision, the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission has ordered the retrospective reinstatement of sacked harness racing chief steward David Farquharson.In a 28-page judgment handed down in Brisbane on Monday, the QIRC's President Adrian Bloomfield ordered Farquharson be reinstated as of his sacking date of February 24, 2017.
It was further ordered that Farquharson be paid any money lost through the sacking and that his contract of employment be deemed to be continuous. In his judgment Bloomfield said there was a precedent case which showed some employment could withstand friction and doubts and that trust and confidence were concepts of degree. The precedent referred to, involved Mr Kevin Adams, a Steward whose career has been notable for controversy.Since his sacking, Farquharson has been employed as a Steward in Tasmania. Time alone will tell.

  New Racing Minister, Stirling Hinchcliffe announced a $12 million boost to prize money across the three codes last Thursday. The split up is, Gallops $8.6million, Dogs, who are justly rewarded for being the only code in profit, $3 million, and $400,000 for harness, which is undergoing a cleansing process. You can interpret this distribution decision in a number of ways, but the first and obvious conclusion is  that no board which has three members from the major code and one each rom the so-called minor codes would act in any other way. If we referred back to the much maligned Bob Bentley, and his principle of "corporate reality", harness would still be likely get $400,000.

  "industry" stalwart, Bill Dixon and numbers cruncher, Ian Wallis presented a paper on the imbalances and injustices of harness finance to Racing  Queensland's harness manager, David Brick on December 13th 2017. This paper is a comprehensive work outlining the lack of incentive for any one to consider investing in the sport/industry of harness in Queensland. It will be presented at the Marburg pacing associations monthly meeting this morning after the trials.All welcome. One statistic of interest is who gets the money. A condensed version of the 2015/16 season result shows that 40% (96 trainers ) took home 94% of the $13.7 million distribution leaving just $800,000 for the remaining 60% (156 trainers). Make of it what you will.

  Once again the flashing  lights on the leader board scream Brisbane Valley with Darrell Graham topping the trainers with three winners for the week. Just across the hill, Gary Whitaker nosed out Narissa McMullen and Nathan Dawson as leading driver four to a pair of threes. Most pleasing, another double for Tayla Gillespie at Redcliffe with Adam Richardson in the sulky. Ipswich Factor 24/40..


Resultsville.. Albion Park 05/01.. Needle (Gary Whitaker for Brad Connelly).. Exceptional Mach (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Moonlight Eyre (Danielle McMullen for John McMullen).. Circle Line (Matt Elkins for Ron Wells).. Albion Park .. 06/01.. Overlap (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Constantlysideways (Gary Whitalker for Bill Crosby).. Sache Girl (Gary Whitaker for Travis Mackay).. Our Dainty Lady (Darrell Graham).. Albion Park 09/01.. The Caringbah Kid (Trent Dawson).. Rockonbye (Narissa McMullen for Steve Cini).. The Space Invader (Narissa McMullen for Steve Cini).. Somepartysomewhere (Nathan Dawson for Greg Franklin).. One Wise Man (Lachie Manzelmann for Mick Butler).. Redcliffe 10/01.. No confession (adam Richardson for Tayla Gillespie).. Cheers Kathy (Adam Sanderson for Darrell Graham).. Shadow Pass (Adam Sanderson for Darrell Graham).. Hot Rod Heaven (Adam Richardson for Tayla Gillespie).. Arts Peregrine (Isobel Ross for Trent Knack).. Certainly Waitnsee (Danielle McMullen for John McMullen).. Redcliffe 11/01.. Getoutnwalk (Nathan Dawson for Ryan Veivers).. Maythehorsebwithu (Narissa McMullen for Steve Cini).. Arbit Major (Gary Whitaker for Brad Connelly).. The Formula One (Nathan Dawson for Aileen Smith).. I'm Rolling Stoned (Matt Elkins for Richard Hutchinson)..



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« 2018-Jan-21, 12:03 PM Reply #204 »
"TROT TACTICS"  20/01/2018..

 
Top Brisbane 3yo, Colt thirty One, a star member of "team Dixon" has arrived safely in the Garden State in preparation for his heat of the Victoria Derby at Bray Raceway, Ballarat this Saturday night.
Unbeaten in three starts this campaign, the Grant Dixon prepared youngster is no stranger to Victoria after competing successfully during the Australasian Breeders Crown series last season.Colt Thirty One was placed in the Gr.1 feature behind King Of Swing and Poster Boy back in August.Now, he returns in search of a blue riband classic.“He arrived early hours today (Tuesday) and handled the flight really well and settled in immediately, it’s pleasing knowing that he’s comfortable with the change in routine and surroundings.” Dixon said.
With the enormous number of  big money "feature" races available to the best of the young pacers in recent years, Derbys have lost bit of their lustre. Not so this one! "Kudos" is still worth something and the Victoria Derby still has enormous clout. Generally, it brings the best of the best together from all parts of the southern hemisphere, and 2018 is no exception.The host state boasts enormous depth headlined by the likes of the unbeaten Lumineer while ably assisted by the likes Poster Boy, Konan, Higherthananeagle, Code Bailey, The Brooklyn Brawler, Yankee Roller, Tam Major, That’s Perfect, Little Peanut and Maraetai.New Zealand representation comes via the All Stars stable of Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen with the highly regarded pair of The Devils Own and Spankem.
  In this money mad age in which we live, where almost every performance must be defined in dollar terms and irrelevant mile rates, it will be nice to think of an impressive trophy and embroidered rug, going into a lucky owners display cabinet to bring back wonderful memories for years to come. To own, train or drive a Victoria Derby winner is a rare treat indeed! For the record, if the numbers are your bag, Colt Thirty One is a son of Mach Three and Charm Personified, has faced the starter on 14 occasions for stats of 10-1-1 and a bank of $130,789.. His best winning mile rate is 1-53.9..

  A distant early warning. It will be three weeks today when Marburg resumes for 2018. Should be at least seven races, and all the  Marburg features that make it a top day out will be laid on as usual. Put it on the fun calendar.

 
 Another thrill item is the end result of a focus on high money features. With a substantial percentage of the yearlings listed for sale at The Allwood Stud 2018 SA Yearling Sale are progeny of five of the leading sires worldwide, no wonder the excitement is building for this event. The running of  South Australia’s first ever Group One race series for 2YO’s The Allwood
These five sires represented in this sale have combined progeny earnings well over 550 million dollars..Art Major 170 million dollars.. Mach Three  158 million dollars.. Western Terror 95 million dollars.. Somebeachsomewhere  93 million dollars..  American Ideal 85 million dollars..

  With all those potential dollars up for grabs if you are lucky, spare a thought for Fernvale based trainer, Melissa Gillies. MG puts the polish on recent kiwi import, Lisa Lincoln which has started on three occasions since "crossing the ditch". A first up winner, Lisa Lincoln was an impressive second  at next appearance to Colt Thirty One after galloping at a crucial part of the race. At outing number three, the talented filly was run down by in the shadows of the post by yet another  3yo filly, Fame Assured, which hails from the same barn as Colt Thirty One. So near, and yet so far. l The luck must change!!

  Nothing changes on the leader board  it seems. Top trainer was Darrell Graham to the forefront with new stock and three winners for the week, while Pete McMullen got there first in the sulky on five occasions. Most pleasing, Elzboy for Steve Towns at Redcliffe with Nathan Dawson in the cart. Ipswich factor 24/43..

 
Resultsville  Albion Park 12/01.. Sweet As Candy (Pete McMullen for Vic Frost).. Govinni (Hayden Barnes for Al Barnes).. Speedie McCardle (Danielle McMullen for Steve Cini).. Albbion Park 13/01.. Gangster Boy (Danielle McMullen for Ryan Veivers).. Croft Bay (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Supaliner ( Adam Sanderson for Darrell Graham).. Bobbies Girl (Chris Petroff for Jay Edmunds).. Gloveman Gilly (Matt Elkins for Greg Elkins).. Riverleigh Jeff (Steven Doherty for Tess Neaves).. Elmaur Joy (Gary whitaker for Kevin Moffat).. Albion Park 16/01.. Quietly Spoken (Narissa McMullen for Steve Cini).. Only One Promise (Adam Sanderson for Shannon Price).. Bettor Together (Adam Sanderson for Wayne Graham).. Shareapassion (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Redcliffe 17/01.. Fiery Blue Chip (Danielle McMullen).. Mister Hart (Madi dux for Darrell Graham).. Elzboy (Nathan Dawson for Steve Towns)... Lara Bay (Kelli Dawson for Geoff Dawson)..  Redcliffe 18/01.. Hot Rod Heaven (Adam Richardson for Tayla Gillespie).. Courageous Leo (Nathan Dawson for Donny Smith).. Oscars Glory (Pete McMullen for John McMullen).. The Black Flash (Nathan Dawson for Donny Smith).. Time Traveller (Adam Sanderson for Darrell Graham).. Swaffham Water (Pete McMullen for John McMullen)..



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« 2018-Jan-28, 01:35 PM Reply #205 »
   "TROT TACTICS"..27/01/2018..

 
  Enter the "iron" horse.They don't make them any more durable than harness racing’s modern day pacing wonder, Destreos. The 14-year-old gelding has endeared himself to fans around the country owing to his relentless appetite for competition and never say die attitude. A veteran of an amazing 445 starts, the Ken Rattray and Sally Stingel prepared pacer and much loved family member is set to enter another exclusive list.His next victory will register his century of triumphs, thereby joining the household name of Paleface Adios (108 wins) and Central Queensland 1980’s star Cane Smoke with 120 on the board as the only pacers in the Southern Hemisphere to win more than 100 races.He has raced during an era of absolute superstars which includes Blacks A Fake, Im Themightyquinn, Smoken Up, Mr Feelgood, Be Good Johnny, Washakie, Flashing Red and Slipnslide among many others. Destreos is living proof of the old adage, "there's no place like home", and, as he  holds the record for most wins (73), with 100 placings for gravy, from 321 starts at Albion Park, the metropolitan venue for harness racing in the Sunshine State, he is certainly King of The Hill there.
Destreos has raced at Albion Park, Gold Coast, Redcliffe, Menangle, Bathurst, Dubbo and Newcastle plus Alexandra Park and Cambridge in New Zealand.
A number of drivers have partnered “Dex” including Kelli Dawson, Scott Kunde, Darrel Graham, Bruce Birch, Ray Law, Ricky Thurlow, Mathew Neilson, Shane Graham, Luke McCarthy, Hayden Barnes, Simon Jones, Gareth Rattray, Ricky Duggan and Rattray himself. Dawson is a clear leader with victories.The lightweight driver has posted 57 victories behind the marvel, 54 of those coming at Albion Park. "Dexter" as he is known at Camp Rattray, has amassed some $807,683 over his long career. It has been all hard slog, with his  biggest victory coming at Albion Park via the 2012 Gr.3 $30,000 Be Good Johnny Sprint.
Now based in the aptly named Flowery Gully in Tasmania, Destreos picked up win no.99 at Launceston on January 12 and shoots for the century this weekend, again at Launceston, where he starts in the Carlton Draught Open Pace over 2200m with Kelli Dawson booked to drive and will start from gate 6 in the field of six.Since being based in Tasmania, the Astreos gelding has raced at Launceston, Hobart and Carrick. “It’s going to be an exciting day,” Trainer Rattray said about the possible momentous occasion. “To win 100 races with the same horse, that’s some type of effort because it takes a heck of lot of durability, determination and desire among other things to reach that mark".
  Destreos, in a lot of ways, takes us back 100 years to the stallion Single G, who was known as "The Horse That Time Forgot". On the Grand Circuit, at the age of 16 years, Single G was racing and beating the grandsons of pacers he had beaten in his 3yo season. A son of Single G , Bill B, stood in New Zealand in the early 1940's siring, among numerous winners, Single Direct, Inter Dominion Champion at Adelaide in 1949.
   Yet another distant early warning. It is just 63 days to the Easter Sunday Fun Day race meeting. Marburg is about to enter the realm of hosting a major sponsored event, based loosely on the original Rocklea "Pot Of Gold" series and run under standing start conditions for C0 to C5 pacers with fronts for the heats assigned according to numbers of nominations in each class. 10 metre handicaps per class with no mares or driver concessions allowed,and random barrier draw within class. Standing starts will be the major focus at Marburg unofficial trials, with the club making every effort to ensure that all intending runners are competent at the tapes prior to the heats, which will, if possible, comprise the entire program on Saturday 24/03/2018. It would do punters the world of good to attend the Saturday morning trials to see just how safe their prospects are under race conditions. Trials commence at 8.00am.
  Next week we bring you a happy story.  This will cover the third "Re-invention of Steven Alexander Clements", a man who has first hand experience in the ups and downs of harness racing as an owner/breeder. When the going gets tough, the tough get going. They don't get any tougher, nor any more optimistic than S.A. Clements. To import a stallion, have it die after two seasons, leaving stats which tell you that 52 of his progeny have faced the starter to date for 47 individual winners, shows considerable moral fibre to saddle up for the third round!!
  Wednesday night saw the sudden passing of Bob McCardle, principal of Bromac Lodge, one of New Zealand's top harness breeding operations. Originally a Taswegian, BM made his mark in NZ, firstly at Nevele R Stud. Described by another breeder as "a very nice bloke, who was able to make a handsome living from the harness horse trade alone", Bob McCardle was regarded as without peer in breeding and marketing of the standarbred!!

  Big hitting drivers to the fore this week, with Nathan Dawson nosing out Pete McMullen seven winners to six. A triple dead heat on the trainers board with Chantal Turpin, Ron Sallis and Darrell Graham landing three big ones apiece. Most pleasing, Pale Bear Boo for Mitchell Dawson with brother Nathan in the cart. Ipswich factor 29/40..

 
  Resultsville  Albion Park 19/01.. Gina Mach (Trent Dawson).. Zalta (Gary Whitaker for Brad Connelly).. Fire An Ice (Matt Elkins for Vic Frost).. The Harlem Hammer (Nathan Dawson for Doug Lee).. Gotta Glow (Adam Sanderson for Darrell graham).. Exceptional Mach (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Firebby (Danielle McMullen for Christina Monte).. Albion Park 20/01.. Cheval Zeppenology (Hayden Barnes for Jason Carkeet).. Betterbeperfect (Hayden Barnes for Chantal Turpin).. Glenferrie Hood (Pete McMullen for Wayne Graham).. Yankee Strutter  (Matt Elkins for Max Towns).. Montana Falcon (Brittany Graham for Darrell Graham).. Cotton Cold Candy (Pete McMullen for Jason Carkeet).. Our Dainty Lady (Adam Sanderson for Darrell Graham).. Albion Park 23/01.. Raesawinner (Nathan Dawson for Tess Neaves).. Crowning Glory (Matt Elkins for Greg Elkins).. Rate Highly (Danielle McMullen for Steve Cini).. Firebby (Danielle McMullen for Christina Monte).. Charms On A Roll (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin)..Redcliffe 24/01.. Oscars Glory (Pete McMullen for john McMullen).. Vintage Dream (Nathan Dawson for Daren Garrard).. Pale Bear Boo (Nathan Dawson for Mitchell Dawson).. Calcavado (Gary Whitaker for Ron Sallis).. Miss Positivity (Pete McMullen for Josh Moore).. Redcliffe 25/01.. Corageous Leo (Nathan Dawson for Donny Smith).. Ruato Bay (Matt Elkins for Ron Sallis).. The Black Flash (Nathan Dawson for Donny Smith).. Tarin Kowt (Nathan Dawson for Ron Sallis).. What A Flight (Nathan Dawson for Gary Gerrard)..



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« 2018-Feb-04, 07:32 PM Reply #206 »
    "TROT TACTICS".. 03/02/2018..

 
  When you wish to predict the weather, a barometer  can be a handy tool. If you want to predict the future of harness racing then the review of a yearling sale can, from time to time, be equally useful. With a strong clearance rate coupled with spirited bidding, last Sunday's Ladbrokes Australian Pacing Gold Sale has been referred to as a positive sign to Queensland racing.Some 41 lots passed through the ring for a clearance of 70.73 per cent – up from 58.33 per cent last year.Colts were the most popular among bidders, with a rise in sales average and clearance, which was 80 per cent compared to 66.67 per cent in 2017.The clearance among the fillies was 60 per cent, an increase from 51.28 last year.“We are really pleased with the attendance at the sale, including interstate bidders, and the good vibe throughout the day,” APG’s General Manager David Boydell said.“It’s a great result given the integrity issues Queensland have faced and hopefully the confidence of buyers is an indication the tide is turning in Queensland and people are beginning to see a brighter future.”As predicted, Lot 30 topped the sale, being sold for $60,000.From Group One winning mare English Elegance, the colt is by outstanding stallion Mach Three.Successful in the New Zealand Great Northern Oaks, English Elegance has matched her racing feats in the breeding barn, producing seven winners from eight starters.
  Lot 3 – a daughter of A Rocknroll Dance and Rich Heritage - was the highest priced filly, bringing a bid of $26,000.Rich Heritage has a perfect record from four starters, including Remember Ruby, which was successful at Albion Park recently and Heritage Beach, which has won two of its last three starts.Other notable sales include Lot 12, which is the first Australian yearling by He’s Watching to enter the ring. The colt, from The Oval Office, fetched $32,000. At this point we should remember that a barometer is an instrument which can be calibrated and its accuracy guaranteed, while a yearling pacer or trotter is flesh and blood and capable of independent thought. As the late ,great, race caller, Ken Howard often said, " The sport of Kings is a chancy business". Harness appears to be the sport of the " nouveau riche", but the same cautions apply!!
  Last Sunday's scheduled attempt by iron horse Destreos, to notch up his hundredth win, went out the window with the following information...DESTREOS NZ – SAMPLE IRREGULARITY ..
Office of Racing Integrity (ORI) have received advice from the Racing Analytical Services Limited (RASL) in Victoria that Cobalt above the prescribed threshold has been detected in a urine sample taken from DESTREOS NZ prior to it competing in race 3, at the Carrick Park Pacing Club meeting conducted on 31 December 2017.The “B” sample has been sent to Racing Science Centre in Queensland for confirmation.In accordance with ORI’s Harness protocol, upon receipt of the first certificate advising of an irregularity, pursuant to Rule 183A, the Stewards have ordered that DESTREOS NZ shall not compete or be nominated to race until the inquiry is concluded. This is effective immediately.Trainer Mr Ken Rattray has been advised of the decision, and ORI will continue its investigations into this sample irregularity and the inquiry will be conducted in due course. Watch this space, to see if the perceived infraction of the rules stems from the cumulative effect of Cobalt rich supplements administered too close to the cut-off time, or an action more sinister. A great reputation swings on this one!!

  Marburg commences the 2018 racing year next Saturday. Should be a seven race program including a trotters handicap. The "pick six" jackpot sits at $1400 with the usual $100 bet "bookies lucky gate prize".. All the good things which make a great day of country trotting, and all at rock bottom prices. Up-close exciting action on the 700 metre track. Gates open 10am, Adults $5 Members and Pensioners $3, kids under 16 free plus the all important race book $3. Come and join us.

QRIC not just focussed on trots.
A Brisbane track-work rider is facing disciplinary action for attempting to cheat a drug test. 
 The 27-year-old woman was selected for a no-notice drug test by officers from the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission’s Integrity Regulation Unit (IRU) during track-work at Eagle Farm Racecourse this morning. During the sample collection process, the woman was detected by an IRU officer trying to cheat the test by substituting a clean urine sample which she had secreted.  The woman was then directed to provide a sample which returned a presumptive result for cocaine.  She has been suspended from all duties relating to thoroughbred horse racing and is due to face a Stewards’ Inquiry on a date to be fixed. A Queensland Racing Integrity Commission spokesman says IRU officers will continue to carry out state-wide random testing as part of an ongoing strategy to ensure all riders and horse handlers are free of prohibited substances.

   Last week's promised "happy story" has been held over as S A Clements was tied up shifting horses last weekend. No matter, the tale of the Phoenix will be all the better for the waiting.

  Team Turpin-McMullen dominated this week with Chantal Turpin top trainer with three winners, while partner, Pete McMullen was top driver, getting to the post first on six occasions. Most pleasing were Mitchell Dawson training a double at Redcliffe on Thursday with brother Nathan in the sulky, while ND saluted twice more at the same meeting.  Young"claim" driver, Jacob Wallace, also scored on the Darrell Graham trained Master Montana..


  Resltsville Albion Park 26/01.. Charms On a Roll (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Gotta Glow (Adam Sanderson for Darrell Graham).. Our Mels Dream (Chris Petroff for Ron Sallis).. Albion Park 27/01.. Maretti (Danielle McMullen for Phil Mitchell).. Wynberg Terror (Pete McMullen for Than Camilleri).. Long road To Fame (Adam Sanderson).. Bobbies Girl (Chris Petroff for Jay Edmunds).. Feel The Courage (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. My Ultimate Hell (Pete McMullen for Wayne Davis).. Glenferrie Hood (Pete McMullen for Wayne Graham)..Our Hi Jinx (Adam Sanderson for Ian Gurney).. Senitas Success (Adam Sanderson for Wayne Graham).. Albion Park 30/01,, Comply Or Die (Narissa McMullen for Ron Sallis).. Skylarhain (Matt Elkins for Greg Elkins).. Redcliffe 31/01.. Punters Delight (Narissa McMullen for Ron Sallis).. Torque feels Good (Pete McMullen).. Redcliffe 01/02.. Heart Of Change (Nathan Dawson for D. Garrard).. Its All Go (Matt Elkins).. What A Flight (Nathan Dawson) for (Gary Gerrard) .. Xtraordinary Lombo (Nathan Dawson) .... Pale Bear Boo (Nathan Dawson) for (Mitchell Dawson).. Master Montana (Nathan Dawson)..



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« 2018-Feb-11, 01:06 PM Reply #207 »
"TROT TACTICS"  10/02/2018..

 The devil we now know, less confronting than the devil about whom we had significant doubts!
A world first study has confirmed vaccination against the deadly Hendra virus does not affect the racing performance of thoroughbred horses. “The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) funded the ground-breaking study so industry regulators and participants can base their decisions on accurate information and science rather than rumour and speculation,” Commissioner Ross Barnett said. The extensive study examined the Timeform rating of 1,154 thoroughbreds over 12,066 race starts and assessed their performance one and three months before and after vaccination, with no difference in form detected. Timeform rating is an established measure of a horse’s performance in a race that takes into account how the race was run and where the horse finished.  The QRIC’s chief vet Dr Martin Lenz says many factors can potentially affect the performance of racehorses, so it was important for the study to be large enough to distil out any impact that vaccination might have.
   
Racing Queensland estimates thoroughbred/standardbred horse racing makes a $959-million contribution to the Queensland economy and sustains more than seven-and-a-half thousand jobs. “Vaccination protects participants and animal welfare in an industry that is a sizeable contributor to the Queensland economy,” Commissioner Barnett said.“The Commission will continue to encourage vaccination through programs like the first vaccination free offer for the 300 Standardbred foals expected this breeding season,”.
 
  Don't miss Marburg today, Seven race meeting, "pick the card" now jackpotted to $1,400, $100 dollar gate bet, best value food, beverage plus monster raffles. Gates open 10.00 am. Adults $5, Members and Pensioners $3, and Race Books $3.  An introduction to the Standardbred rehoming program with Cheryl and Mark showing you the basics to get you up and enjoying your own ex-trotter or pacer..A super value family day out! To help you pick winners we have included a full tips and comment segment. Ben Crosby will point you in the right direction. 
 
 

  Resultsville.. Albion Park 02/02.. Exceptional Mach (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Govinni (Grant Dixon for Al Barnes).. Queen Zenobia (Adam Sanderson for Darrell Graham).. Albion Park 03/02/2018.. Beaver (Trent Dawson for Melissa Gillies).. Dead Heat :  Our Mels Dream (Chris Petroff for Ron Sallis) and Gotta Glow (adam sanderson for Darrell Graham).. Glenferrie Hood (Pete McMullen for Wayne Graham).. Kotare York (Pete McMullen for Al Barnes).. Karloo Mac (Pete McMullen for Tahn Camilleri).. Dead Heat : Wynberg Terror (Trent Dawson for Than Camilleri) and Broadway Playboy (Adam Sanderson for Darrell Graham).. Releven Dream (Pete McMullen for Wayne Graham).. Albion Park 06/02.. Fire And Ice (Matt Elkins for Vic Frost).. Rubys Bad Boy (Nathan Dawson for Darrell Graham).. Maybetothemax (Chris Petroff for Ron Sallis)..Bronze ecstasy (Narissa McMullen for Mark Rees).. Clintal Do (Adam Sanderson for Richard March).. Ima Grumpy Possum (Narissa McMullen for Steve Cini)
.. Our Major Day (Nathan Dawson for Richard March).... Redcliffe 07/02.. Mister Hart (Adam Sanderson for Darrell Graham).. Oscars Glory (Narissa McMullen for John McMullen).. Mr Meddle (Hayden Barnes).. Diabolo Star (Matt Elkins for Richard Hutchinson).. Getoutandwalk (Danielle McMullen for Ryan Veivers).. Midloin Blues (Ricky Gordon).. Justabitlikemum (Gary Whitaker for Doug Lee).. Redcliffe 08/02.. Feeling For A Miracle (Kelli Dawson for Jeff Dawson).. Pale Bear Boo (Nathan Dawson for Mitchell Dawson).. Time Traveller (Jacob Wallace for Darell Graham).. Spirito Nero (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Xtraordinary Lombo (Trent Moffat for Mitchell Dawson)..Master Montana..(Jacob Wallace for Darrell Graham)..

  The leader board tells us that Darrell Graham is once again the leading trainer, leading in no less than seven winners in the past week.  On the driver's side,Pete McMullen managed to nose out Adam Sanderson to triumph six to five .  Most pleasing, Mitchell Dawson maintaining last week's form, training two winners at Redcliffe Wednesday night, and Jacob Wallace scoring twice in the sulky  at Redcliffe Thursday for Darrell Graham. Ipswich factor 32/42.

  Do not fret. The third re-invention of Steven Alexander Clements is coming. I have great hopes of running him to earth this week, so watch this space.



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« 2018-Feb-18, 05:38 PM Reply #208 »
Unless my arithmetic is faulty, we have just 42 sleeps before Marburg Trots reaches a major milestone in its three decades plus as a contributor to harness Racing in Queensland.Not quite as life changing as turning on the lights at Albion Park in 1968, or the opening of the 1,000 metre track there in 1983, but the merry folk of the Marburg Pacing Association will host a TAB race meeting on Easter Sunday, in conjunction with Racing Queensland, UBet and Sky Channel.

  Commencing in the early 1980's, the MPA grew out of a need for better trialling facilities in the Ipswich footprint. At that time, by and large, Ipswich participants had a very short horizon, limiting their efforts to Rocklea on a Saturday in the main, and with the loss of Ipswich show ground track, the locals needed to step up to stay in the game.

  Perhaps a dozen committed trainers  Ipswich met in Bevan Dance's poolside shed,and the MPA was formed. Success was, to say the least, spectacular, and within six months of regular Sunday morning trials, it was noticeable that  the names of Ipswich footprint trainers and drivers were appearing in the race fields at Gold Coast (Stephens Trotway), Redcliffe and a few at Albion Park on Wednesday and Saturday night. Furthermore, they were winning!! We were up and running.

  Years ago in Sydney, stewards were often said to "have a set on someone". The following report of the exercise of "due process"  is proof positve that such is is not the case today.  "Harness Driver gets a stay after unlawful advantage charge." The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) wish to advise that harness racing driver Trista Dixon has been successful in her application to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) for a stay on proceedings. Ms Dixon was found guilty of giving another driver an unlawful advantage in Race 8 at Albion Park on 16 December 2017 and disqualified from driving for 12 months.  Stewards allege that Ms Dixon directed her horse Foursharesmorebeers inwards in a conscious effort to assist its stablemate, Our Overanova, driven by Grant Dixon.  Overanova was the eventual winner. At a QCAT hearing on Monday, February 12 2018 the QRIC opposed the stay, however the stay on proceedings was granted to Ms Dixon permitting her to continue to drive in harness races until an outcome in the matter is determined.

  Smaller numbers on the leader board this week, with training honours going to Chantal Turpin and Ron Sallis, leading in two winners apiece while brother and sister, Pete and Danielle McMullen were top drivers, each bringing home the bacon on four occasions. Three in the most pleasing department, with Hoofnit traned by Shane Parrish at Marburg with Brett Towns in the bike, Judah Ben Hur for Dale and Ken Belford, and Our Bodacious trained and reined by Danny Gatt-Bouquet. Ipswich factor 26/41..

  Resultsville.. Albion Park 09/02..Three Of The Best (Adam Sanderson for Shannon Price).. Dapper Bessie (Danielle Mcmullen for Ryan Veivers).. Bull Market (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Ima Top Tycoon (Danielle McMullen for Ryan Veivers).. Lisa Lincoln (Kelli Dawson for Melissa Gillies).. Our Mels Dream (Chris Petroff for Ron Sallis).. Exceptional Mach (Pete McMullen for Chantal Turpin).. Albion Park 10/02.. Master Montana (Brittany Graham for Darrell Graham).. Speedie McCardle (Danielle McMullen for Steve Cini) .. Young American (Adam Sanderson for Wayne Graham).. Weedons Express (Narissa McMullen for John McMullen).. Clintal Do (Adam Sanderson for Richard March).. Gangster Boy (Matt Elkins for Ryan Veivers).. Marburg 10/02.. Jimmy Nga (Ricky Gordon for Lacey Hinze).. Newmerella Sharkie (Brett Towns for Max Towns).. Hoofnit (Brett Towns for Shane Parrish).. Playnserious (Gary Litzow for Peter McKay).. Sugar Briches (Nathan Dawson for Steve Towns).. Our Bodacious (Danny Gatt-Bouquet).. Albion Park 13/02.. Maretti (Danielle McMullen for Phil Mitchell).. Kyms Boy (Matt Elkins For Greg Elkins).. Comply Or Die (Narissa McMullen for Ron Sallis).. Comigal (Gary Whitaker for Brett Cargill).. Kotare York (Pete McMullen for Al Barnes)..  Redcliffe 14/02..Judah Ben Hur (Ken Belford for Dale Belford).. Heres My Number (Gary Whitaker for Mark Lichtwark).. Couldnt Be Told (Nathan Dawson for Daren Garrard).. Miss Positivity (Pete McMullen for Josh Moore).



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