TrotStars find their Rhythm as Inter Dom bolter pays big

30 November 2021
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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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