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    Quote Originally Posted by Race For Fun View Post


    Sure does Toni - this is one on the list of places to visit for the trots! Have seen Broken Hill on the telly and it looks like a great old venue.

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    Hell of a story Tony, Just makes Democrat Party's win so much better, Especially for Barry Purdon.

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    Most people probably would have retired her if not put her down with that injury a great effort by all concerned.
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    Young reinswoman Taylah Schembri landed her first race win at Monday's Warragul trots meeting, and recorded the equal fastest race time ever seen at Warragul in the process.
    A dashing front running drive by Taylah on Longtan Tigerman in the second race produced a mile rate of 1:56.7 for the 1790 metre distance, equalling the time standard set on the Warragul Pacing Bowl back in 1996 for the shorter 1725 metre journey.
    Recent redevelopment works on the track make it somewhat faster than it was 20 years ago, however such a fast time is still relatively rare on a smaller circuit such as Warragul, so it will be interesting to see if that mark can be improved over time.
    Longtan Tigerman's win took 1.4 seconds off the previous fastest time for 1790 metres set last month when the redeveloped track opened for business.
    Taylah drove Longtan Tigerman for trainer Gaita Pullicino, and it was the horse's first win in almost three years, and sixth win all up for the much improved eight-year-old.
    Overall the ladies enjoyed a great day at Warragul on Monday, sharing in seven of the eight winners as either trainer or driver.
    Cranbourne horsewoman Jayne Davies prepared two winners - Gonski and Mister Clooney, while Pearcedale reinswoman Simone Walker scored a narrow win with Stoned Again in an exciting Trotters Handicap.
    Kate Gath drove the roan filly Looks Like Heaven to win the third race while Jodi Quinlan produced the second track record of the day when Intergalactic came from well back in the field to win the fifth event.
    Avalon trainer Amanda Grieve wrapped up a great day for the females when Wilusi Blues won the last event, the second leg of a driving double for reinsman Chris Alford.
    Lightly raced Montu won the sixth event for father son combination Ross and Greg Sugars.
    Racing returns to Warragul on Monday, February 9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amlin View Post
    Young reinswoman Taylah Schembri landed her first race win at Monday's Warragul trots meeting, and recorded the equal fastest race time ever seen at Warragul in the process.
    A dashing front running drive by Taylah on Longtan Tigerman in the second race produced a mile rate of 1:56.7 for the 1790 metre distance, equalling the time standard set on the Warragul Pacing Bowl back in 1996 for the shorter 1725 metre journey.
    Recent redevelopment works on the track make it somewhat faster than it was 20 years ago, however such a fast time is still relatively rare on a smaller circuit such as Warragul, so it will be interesting to see if that mark can be improved over time.
    Longtan Tigerman's win took 1.4 seconds off the previous fastest time for 1790 metres set last month when the redeveloped track opened for business.
    Taylah drove Longtan Tigerman for trainer Gaita Pullicino, and it was the horse's first win in almost three years, and sixth win all up for the much improved eight-year-old.
    Overall the ladies enjoyed a great day at Warragul on Monday, sharing in seven of the eight winners as either trainer or driver.
    Cranbourne horsewoman Jayne Davies prepared two winners - Gonski and Mister Clooney, while Pearcedale reinswoman Simone Walker scored a narrow win with Stoned Again in an exciting Trotters Handicap.
    Kate Gath drove the roan filly Looks Like Heaven to win the third race while Jodi Quinlan produced the second track record of the day when Intergalactic came from well back in the field to win the fifth event.
    Avalon trainer Amanda Grieve wrapped up a great day for the females when Wilusi Blues won the last event, the second leg of a driving double for reinsman Chris Alford.
    Lightly raced Montu won the sixth event for father son combination Ross and Greg Sugars.
    Racing returns to Warragul on Monday, February 9.
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    Whilst post 25 contains many positive points within it, Kev is right that it is more a meeting review and stretching the spirit of the thread. In future these will be shifted.
    Other subsequent posts are NOT in the positive spirit of this thread and thus...gone.

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    An honest mistake. Post 25 was a "copy and paste" of an email sent to various racing and non racing media outlets in Victoria to seek much needed publicity of yesterday's events. I don't normally write multiple versions of articles but can take this suggestion on board in future.

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