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Winsloe banking on Tai Ho in Great Western

  • Wed, 16 May 2018
  • Mac Henry
Ellis Winsloe is hoping Tai Ho can go one better than last year in Sunday’s Great Western Steeplechase.

Ellis Winsloe is hoping Tai Ho can go one better than last year in Sunday’s Great Western Steeplechase.

Ellis Winsloe hopes Tai Ho can get the job done in the Kings Transport Great Western Steeplechase at Riverton tomorrow as he has some outstanding matters to attend to. Raced by Colin Ashby, Alison Hazlett and the estate of the late Bill Hazlett, Tai Ho contested last year's Great Western but lost out after a ding-donger to the Kevin Myers-trained visitor Crash Bandicoot. Bill Hazlett had died just a fortnight earlier. “I tried to get the Western for Bill last year so there is som…
 

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