Hunter Cup top of the agenda as Willie works towards return

23 May 2022
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Dean Braun's speed machine Willie Go West is back in work and being aimed at another A.G. Hunter Cup.

The classy five-year-old was given an eight-week break following his seventh placing in February’s Terang Pacing Cup and has been in training now for about a month.

Braun said all was tracking nicely with the son of Auckland Reactor, who won the Hobart and Maryborough cups during 2021.

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