Trots Centre: Can Justice finally unlock Hatchback?

22 April 2021
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He’s been an amazing model of consistency through 2021, but it’s also been a frustrating period of near misses for trainer-driver John Justice and connections of Hatchback.

The gelding has been one of the in-form trotters in Victoria through this year, however there’s no wins to show for a quality nine-start preparation that has returned eight placings.

In total, Hatchback has been beaten a combined margin of only 32.1m across all of his runs this campaign, with no greater defeat than when the classy President Roydon prevailed over him by 7.6m at Melton back in January.

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