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Trotters: Kilmore area winners for the week

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The North Central Review
The North Central Review
The North Central Review is an independently owned newspaper publishing company based in Kilmore that is responsible for publishing two community newspapers each week, covering communities within the Mitchell Shire

Romsey trainer Chris Svanosio in on a high at present and provided three winners at three different venues throughout the week

At Echuca on Monday, May 20, Our Sky Major-Vote For Me gelding Sky City in the hands of stable foreman Ross Payne was successful in the 2160 metre Sulky.APP 3Y0 Pace. Raced by a host of stable clients headed by Clair Payne, Sky City starting inside the second line was quickly away from the markers to settle one/one as Dyganali led from gate two before being crossed by Hurricane Ben (gate three) which opened up a big lead but raced erratically giving ground approaching the bell being passed by My Way (gate five) which had been in the open allowing Sky City to follow him over to trail into the final bend. Using the sprint lane, Sky City raced clear as the post approached to record a 2.7 metre margin over My Way, with Island Melia third 4.1 metres back after trailing the winner most of the way. The mile rate 2-00.5.

At Maryborough’s Thursday fixture, Majestic Son-Aleppo Midas gelding Hay Jet made it two from two when winning the VHRC/Black Horse Naturals 3Y0 Trotters Mobile over 1690 metres with Taylor Youl in the sulky. Not bustled from gate five, Hay Jet settled mid-field in the moving line after Can Adel Succeed ran along in front. Going forward three wide in the back straight, Hay Jet ran home best to gain the day by 2.4 metres from a game Hoppy which was set alight racing for the bell. Ewing which had been shuffled back after being handy ran on late for third 6.5 metres away. The mile rate 1-58.3.

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Handy 4Y0 Betterthancheddar-Sentimental Charm mare Delightful Charm was a tough victor of the Heath Drum Mares Pace over 2190 metres at Shepparton on Friday. Driven by Chris, Delightful Charm raced exposed from gate four outside polemarker Madam Reactor for the majority of the trip and gave plenty when asked for a supreme effort halfway up the running to prevail by 2.7 metres in 1-58.6 from Ozzie Joy which had followed her all of the way. Menangle visitor Vinette ran on late out wide from mid-field for third 1.4 metres back.

Anticipation is high for the return of Kilmore racing on Thursday, June 13. Dining bookings need to be made prior to the night.

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