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Inter Dominion Round Two Preview

2017 Inter Dominion heats round two Lazarus Lennytheshark Soho Tribeca Chicago Bull Tiger Tara New Zealand Cup rematch of Lazarus and Tiger Tara is one of the highlights of the second round of heats of the 2017 Inter Dominion series at Bunbury on Tuesday.

Inter Dominion Round Two Preview

The New Zealand Cup rematch of Lazarus and Tiger Tara is one of the highlights of the second round of heats of the 2017 Inter Dominion series at Bunbury on Tuesday.

Lazarus.
Lazarus. Picture:Harness Racing Victoria

Both are coming off second placings in their opening heats, Lazarus outsped by Soho Tribeca and Tiger Tara chasing home Lennytheshark.

Lazarus was hampered by a difficult draw in his opener but has fared better in gate six in the sixth heat of the series, race four on the Bunbury card.


He arrived in Perth having easily won the New Zealand Cup in which Tiger Tara was third but the latter did a remarkable job to snare a placing after breaking mid race.

Tiger Tara has drawn the pole and that gives him his chance to serve it up to the New Zealand champ.

Round two kicks off with 2015 Inter Dominion champion Lennytheshark continuing his charge towards another final.

Lennytheshark was just too good in winning his opening heat after dictating in front and although he is drawn on the second row in race two at Bunbury he looks a class above.

Should this year’s Miracle Mile winner encounter any problems, Yayas Hot Spot (barrier one) and Shandale (two) are drawn to pose a challenge while another past Miracle Mile champ, Have Faith In Me, is also lurking should he find his best form.

The two local stars Soho Tribeca and Chicago Bull clash in the night’s other heat, which is race three on the program.

Both come into this having won their opening heats but it was Soho Tribeca that earned the bigger wraps having crushed ruling series favourite Lazarus at Gloucester Park.

Soho Tribeca looks to have the speed to cross from gate six while Chicago Bull has drawn the inside of the second row but it is worth noting that it was Chicago Bull that won the pair’s last two clashes in the lead-up to the series.

The first of the round two heats kicks off at Bunbury on Tuesday night at 8.45pm (AEDT).

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