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Just Believe tops $1M in prizemoney

Orlando Vici and Love You progeny could hardly have been more impressive on a big night at Melton on Saturday, January 27.

Just Believe again stole the show -  winning the $50,000 VL Dullard Cup to become the first Australian-bred trotter to earn $1m.

He stretched his winning sequence to seven to take his career wins to 25.

Just Believe now lines up in the Great Southern Star, aiming to win the feature for the second year in a row.

Love You 5yo Keayang Chucky produced a highly impressive win - swooping from the back.

That gives him three wins in row, two since resuming after winning the Breeders Crown 4yo late last season.

Keayang Chucky is also going to the Great Southern Star.

Three stallions which have been on our roster have starters in the Great Southern Star -  Love You Fra (Keayang Chucky and Queen Elida NZ), Quaker Jet Fra (Im Ready Jet) and Orlando Vici Fra(Just Believe and Ollivici NZ).

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

1st JUST BELIEVE (Orlando Vici Fra) 8yo gelding Victoria

1st KEAYANG CHUCKY (Love You Fra) 5yo gelding Victoria

1st AFFAIRE DE COVER  (Love You Fra) 6yo gelding NSW

1st SPEEDY LOVER (Love You Fra) 5yo gelding Victoria

1st KIVICI (Orlando Vic Fra) 5yo gelding SA

1st TICTOK (Love You Fra) 6yo mare Victoria

1st ORLANDO EXPRESS NZ (Orlando Vici Fra) 4yo gelding NZ

2nd QUEEN ELIDA NZ (Love You Fra) 6yo mare Victoria

2nd FREDRHYS (Used To Me Fra) 5yo gelding Victoria

2nd ABITOFADREAMER (Used To Me Fra) 7yo gelding Victoria

2nd KYVALLEY PICASSO (Love You Fra) 5yo gelding Victoria

2nd AROHA KENNY NZ (Love You Fra) 4yo mare NZ

2nd BLITHE NZ (Love You Fra) 5yo mare NZ

2nd MESADELE NZ (Orlando Vici Fra) 4yo mare NZ -  group 2

3rd NAKEDTRUTH (Love You Fra) 5yo gelding Victoria

3rd PYRAMID MYSTIC NZ (Love Yolu Fra) 5yo mare NZ

3rd CONRAD H NZ (Love You Fra) 5yo gelding NZ

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