TrotStars find their Rhythm as Inter Dom bolter pays big

30 November 2021

It was all about being in Rhythm on night one of the TrotStars’ Inter Dominion.

While the King was the in thing and Ego was far from a dirty word, it was Victorian Malcolms Rhythm who was the decisive pick, with David Aiken’s heat-winning pacer featuring in all of the top 30 teams.

His prominence was despite him being selected in only 45 of the 283 entrants, with the five-year-old entire lifting all who showed faith in him, including Simone Callaghan, who was top of the pops after the first night of competition.


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