Raceapacer Team Fit And Firing
Since we last profiled the Raceapacer team there has been plenty of movement and some exciting thrills for all involved in the syndicates.
Most notably Jewel Castle has one on a winning rampage, taking out three in a row and you would have read in previous articles.
She continues to give her owners plenty of thrills with another winning photo going up on the wall.
Predominant Lombo had one start for Jayne Davies in February and he was unlucky not to notch up his first win at his first run for the new Raceapacer owners when he ran third to Major Calypso at Yarra Valley.
He has since had a little freshen up and is back in work looking to break his duck for the new ownership group.
Braeview Warrior almost pulled off a city win for the Miles’ when he paced his way to a half-neck second a fortnight ago.
The narrow miss came in the last race at Melton, the Schweppes Pace, and it almost had his loyal group of owners jumping for joy when he came from three-back on the pegs only to swing wide and storm down the outside to just miss.
There was a protest thrown in after the winner crowded him in the closing stages but it was to no avail with stewards dismissing the objection.
In The Frame Lombo was a last start winner back in March at Ararat, continuing the theme of a great few months for all Raceapacer owners.
He only just got the nod but he had to do it tough, racing three wide to find the death seat in the middle stages.
The win sets up an exciting future for the four-year-old and his syndicate who are enjoy the thrills of racing a pacer.
Bronze Castle is starting to make his journey towards a racetrack debut as well.
The son of Grinfromeartoear made his way to the trials just last week for trainer Graham McDermott and looks set to give more new owners the chance of enjoying a winner at the trots.
For anyone looking to get involved in the Raceapacer Syndicates, we have just the opportunity for you.
The yearling half-brother to Jewel Castle, now named Diamond Castle, is rearing to get new owners into the game.
He certainly has the bloodlines to be a success on the track and there are high hopes he will be just as good as his older sister.
For any information on purchasing a share in a Raceapacer horse, contact Mark Hoare from Pacific Bloodstock on 0430 008 152.