TOP PERFORMER: Richard March, with wife Mavis, was a star at Saturday's harness meeting.
TOP PERFORMER: Richard March, with wife Mavis, was a star at Saturday's harness meeting. Gerard Walsh

Stellar effort from our local March at Warwick trots

HARNESS RACING: Richard March has represented Warwick on the horse racing front for many years, so it was fitting he claimed training honours on Warwick Pacing Cup day on Saturday.

March claimed three winners on the day, including the highly promising Clintal Do, a horse he has a big opinion of.

"He's a pretty smart horse,” March said.

"He had one trial and won, but needed another hit out, and it was good for him to have a run and encouraging for him to hit the line.

"I'm thinking of taking him to Albion Park next Saturday.”

March has been involved with every Warwick meeting since the return of harness racing to Allman Park in 2014, and said he enjoyed coming to his local track.

"I don't have to travel very far for these meetings,” he said.

"When you travel to Brisbane it's a few hours there and back.

"The race days here are always good family days.”



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