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HDT Weekly Wrap | 7 November 2023

The top two earning trotters in Australia this season continue to be by stallions on our roster.

Outstanding mare Queen Elida NZ (Love You Fra) is on the top of the list.

She has earned $316,450 from 12 wins.

Inter Dominion champion Just Believe (Orlando Vici Fra) is a close second on $274,600 with three wins.

Just Believe is set to return to the races for the first time since his Swedish campaign, so these standings will almost certainly tighten up.

THERE are still plenty of opportunities to breed from our extensive selection of chilled and frozen options this breeding season.

We have European, North American and Australian-bred sires across a broad range of prices available.

Australian/NZ winners/placegetters by HDT roster stallions in past two weeks:

1st JILLIBY JETPACK (Love You Fra) 3yo filly Victoria

1st LUVAFLAIR (Love You Fra) 5yo mare WA

1st SANS AU REVOIR NZ (Love You Fra) 5yo mare NZ

1st MELSADELE NZ (Orlando Vici Fra) 3yo filly NZ

1st EUROSTYLE NZ (Orlando Vici Fra) 4yo mare NZ

2nd MASTERLY NZ (Love You Fra) 4yo gelding NZ

2nd AT THE DISTANCE (Used To Me Fra) 3yo gelding Victoria

2nd USED TO BE A MAID (Used To Me Fra) 4yo mare Victoria

2nd QUEEN OF QUEBEC (Used To Me Fra) 4yo mare Victoria

2nd KING OF LOVE NZ (Love You Fra) 5yo gelding NSW

2nd LUVSKI (Love You Fra) 4yo gelding Victoria

2nd VORONOV NZ (Orlando Vici Fra) 4yo gelding NZ

3rd SHEZA JET (Quaker Jet Fra) 2yo filly Victoria

3rd MY USED TO ME (Used To Me Fra) 5yo gelding SA - group 3

3rd TORO STRIDE NZ (Love You Fra) 4yo gelding NSW

3rd AROHA KENNY NZ (Love You Fra) 3yo filly NZ - group 3

3rd TORVI NZ (Love You Fra) 3yo filly NZ

3rd NORMANDY (Used To Me Fra) 4yo gelding Victoria

3rd ITS NOT LOVE ME (Love You Fra) 4yo mare Victoria

3rd KIVICI (Orlando Vici Fra) 4yo gelding SA

3rd TORVI NZ (Love You Fra) 3yo filly NZ

3rd CRAZY N LOVE NZ (Love You Fra) 6yo mare NZ

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