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    Ducati Roy Gears Up for Major Challenge in Traralgon Cup Final
Ducati Roy Gears Up for Major Challenge in Traralgon Cup Final

Ducati Roy Gears Up for Major Challenge in Traralgon Cup Final

Trainer Mick Sherriff Ducati Roy is set to contend for top honors in the $83,000 Group 2 Traralgon Cup Final (450m) this Friday. This race marks a significant milestone for Ducati Roy. He is aiming for his first major interstate victory.

In 24 starts, the son of Hard Style Rico and Elsey Gregg has already demonstrated his prowess. He has qualified for his fourth group race final. He recently won a heat on the unusual Traralgon track. He clocked 24.83 seconds against Salad Dodger. This standout performance was his 13th career win for the Esplanade Syndicate.

Sheriff's kennel star Ducati Roy has had an exceptional career. He participated in the Group 3 Warragul St. Leger and finished third in Group 1 Hobart Thousand. His recent appearance in the Group 3 Ladbrokes Devonport Chase further cements his status as a formidable competitor.

Sherriff expressed confidence in Ducati Roy's preparations. He noted his impressive trial runs and strategic race planning. Despite drawing box five for the final, which might concern many, Sherriff remains unfazed, emphasizing Ducati Roy's ability to adapt regardless of his starting position.

The trainer highlighted the dog's recovery. They tailored its preparation for the Traralgon Cup Final. They aimed for peak performance on race day. This event is significant for Sherriff. It's also essential for owners Barry Heawood and Murray Johnson.

For the upcoming race, Ducati Roy will continue under the care of caretaker trainer Bec Romyn. They aim to make a substantial impact in the competitive field. The Traralgon Cup Final offers a $55,000 prize to the winner. It promises to be a thrilling contest. We will feature top sprinters like Unleash Collinda and Jason Thompson's Got Attitude. Ducati Roy's participation adds to the anticipation of a high-caliber racing showdown.

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