No sleeping early as Josh hopes to dictate from the front

24 March 2023
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Sleepee in front with Queen Elida on her outside and Im Ready Jet tucked in behind her.

For Sleepee’s reinsman Josh Duggan this would be an ideal scenario in the Group 1 $75,000 Aldebaran Park Sumthingaboutmaori Trotters Free For All (2760m) at Melton on Saturday night.

“This would be give us an opportunity to control the race,” Duggan says.

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