The Albion Park Harness Racing Club will play host to another strong 10 race program this Saturday night.
Gambling giant UBET are offering several jackpots throughout the program including a guaranteed $50,000 First 4 pool on the opening race plus a $10,000 jackpot.
And the opening race is the $15,540 Kevin & Kay Seymour Rising Stars Championship Final which has attracted a very even line-up featuring some very talented intermediate grade runners.
The C1/C2 event features heat winners Zaras Delight and Jango Fett while others that command respect include Mucho Macho Man, Franco Totem, Firebby, Sir Semper Fidelis, Zenmach and Timmo Time among others.
The final will be staged over 1660m.
Another highlight on the program is the UBET – Cash Out Open Pace which features an intriguing clash between emerging talents Jerrys Jet and Major Cam over the distance of 2138m.
Both pacers are racing in sublime form with Jerrys Jet winning 4 of his 6 starts at the track while Major Cam has been placed at his past 6 starts which includes 4 victories.
Jerrys Jet will start from gate 6 with trainer Ricky Thurlow taking the drive while Major Cam starts on his outside in gate 7 with Mat Neilson driving for trainer Kylie Rasmussen.
A Quadrella jackpot of $5000 is also slated; the quaddie will be staged on races 2, 3, 4 & 5.
And a treble jackpot of $2500 is programmed; the treble will be staged on races 3, 4 & 5.
UBET have also slated $2000 jackpot trifecta pools on races 3 through to 10.
Check out Racing Queensland form analyst Darren Clayton’s thoughts on the meeting http://www.harness.org.au/punters-corner-details.cfm?keyNum=181867
The APHRC would like to wish leading horseman Grant Dixon the very best of luck with his pair of starters in the Gr.1 $285,000 Australasian Breeders Crown 2yo Finals at Melton on Sunday afternoon.
Both Colt Thirty One and Red Charmer are raced by club patron Kevin Seymour and his wife Kay.
The first of 10 races is scheduled to start at 5.13pm
Contact the club on (07) 3262 2577 or via the website at www.aphrc.com.au or simply drop an email firstname.lastname@example.org