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A handful of connections could be leaving Queensland with a share in $120,000 UBET Grand Slam bonuses this weekend, as excitement continues to build for Saturday's $200,000 UBET Blacks A Fake meeting at Albion Park.
UBET's generous sponsorship of the Winter Carnival allowed Racing Queensland to offer up to $120,000 in bonuses, including;
Trainer Amanda Turnbull and the owners of Sunshine Sprint winner Tact Tate could be sharing in an addtional $50,000, if the gelding manages to win the $200,000 UBET Blacks A Fake on Saturday.
Tact Tate can still earn an additional $15,000 in bonuses if he can run a minor placing in the big feature. Ohoka Punter and Celestial Arden could also collect an extra $15,000 in bonuses if either wins or places in the Blacks A Fake.
Trainer Matt Craven is a live chance to win the $20,000 UBET Trainers' Bonus, after winning the G3 QLD Trotters Cup with Our Dreamlover.
He is likely to have Master Moonlite lining up in the QLD Derby, after he ran a slashing fourth in Saturday's South East Derby.