Tornado Valley on the quick back-up at Bendigo

20 April 2021
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Tornado Valley will make his return to the standing start this Friday night as he continues the pursuit of the magical million-dollar barrier.

The Andy Gath-trained star was bidding to become just the ninth Australian or New Zealand-bred trotter to reach the seven-figure mark at Geelong on Saturday, but was narrowly thwarted by Big Jack Hammer in a thrilling finish to the Jack Rabbit Winery Sundons Gift Trotters Free For All.

Tornado Valley is one of nine horses set to line-up in Friday night's $25,000 Aldebaran Park Bendigo Trotters Cup, where he will start off the 30m handicap alongside John Meade's Sparkling Success.

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