Bonnington: Saturday gifts Ultimate sign of new trotting era

24 May 2022 | Jason Bonnington
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THE jury is in, and the verdict is unanimous.

Despite the modest margin of Ultimate Stride’s success in Saturday night’s I Didnt Do It Free For All at Melton, the dye is now cast regarding our young trotting stars and our stalwart veterans. 

The first blow was struck just a fortnight earlier when Mufasa Metro led, dictated and humbled a very similar assortment of adversaries. 

Already, the signs were ominous. 

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