Ballarat Cup: Pete's pride present and future looking to fire

21 January 2021
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Peter Gleeson will unleash a fast-finishing pair on the PETstock Ballarat Pacing Cup, with his well-drawn duo part of the owner-breeder’s talented stable that’s set for a busy 12 months.

Out To Play will launch from gate two and Always Fast is set for a perfect pegs run from gate eight in Saturday night’s classic, with both well positioned to be doing their best work at the finish in the $110,000 Group 1.

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