'Tas' comes up trumps at home track

A daring early-race move by reinsman Damian Wilson paved the way for Fours Enuf Tas to record an impressive win at Echuca last night.

Fours Enuf Tas, who was sent out race favorite, was crossed soon after the start by Another Ay Jay, but Wilson decided to let the dust settle before letting loose and assuming control.

The five year old Pooba Govender-owned pacer appeared to be in cruise control mode and went to the line eye-catching fashion to score by five metres.

The Peacock team has an exciting weekend ahead, with Barimah running in the Group 3 $30,000 Yarra Valley Pacing Cup on Friday and square gaiter Irish Whisper lining up in the Wedderburn Trotters Cup on Sunday.

Trainer Tony Peacock is confident Barimah will step cleanly in his standing start debut, and hopes he is up to the fight with the very talented Hector Jay Jay.

"He's pulled up amazingly well after his tough win at Melton last weekend and Friday is hopefully another stepping stone towards a Hunter Cup tilt," he said.

The stable is continuing its development of promising youngsters, with a few off to the Shepparton trials tonight.  If  you want to get in on the thrill of harness racing limited shares are available in some exceptionally well-bred youngsters.

If you are interested, ring Tony for an appointment to visit St Fort.