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Dons Close View at Victory - Shepp News 30-11-18

Don’s close View at glory

SHEPPARTON’S DUCAT ALMOST LANDED MASSIVE BET ON HIS MARE WINNING 1967 INTER DOMINION FINAL

The late Don Ducat could have been forgiven for being a little nervous as he climbed into the sulky at Perth’s Gloucester Park in 1967 to drive Goulburn View in the final of the Inter Dominion Pacing Championship.

Picture: Rodney BraithwaiteVal and Geoff Hill with the 1966 Sunraysia Racing Cup. Val’s father Don Ducat took out the race with Goulburn View, earning the mare entry into the 1967 Inter Dominion Pacing Championship, where she ran third in the final.

 

Shepparton News 30-11-18

Not losing sleep about it

O’DONOGHUE ISN’T STRESSING ABOUT STAR SAN CARLO’S TRICKY BARRIER AHEAD OF INTER DOMINION TILT

Shepparton trainer Steve O’Donoghue admits he never stresses about barrier draws and that will be the case again when his star pacer San Carlo tackles the first round heats of the Inter Dominion Pacing Championship at Melton tomorrow night.

Going well: Zuberi, trained by Col Duncan, brought up his ninth win at Shepparton last week.

 

 

The Shepparton Harness Racing Club conducts racing at the Kialla Racing Complex approximately 40 times per year, predominantly at night and is centrally located to the racing and breeding industries. Thirty of these meetings are the club's own events and the remaining ten are meetings hosted for the Wangaratta, Kyabram and Mooroopna Clubs.