Gingin trainer Sue Olive in Broome

Sue Olive from Gingin-based Gold Front Racing sat her trainer’s licence so she could take a small team to Broome. Picture: Simon Merritt/Wetsern Racepix

TRAINER Sue Olive from Gingin-based Gold Front Racing has five starters in Broome this long weekend.

In the Broome Transit Maiden (1100m) Thou Shall has drawn barrier two.

The Commands and Kyria gelding was second in a 100m trial at Belmont on May15.

Open Era is entered in the Holdfast Fluid Power Handicap (1100m) where he will start from barrier two.

The bay gelding last raced in Kalgoorlie in September last year when he was with trainer David Smith.

Open Era finished ninth in a field of 11 in that race.

The Balmont and Tillibelle bay gelding was bred by WJ Greenwell, WA.

In the Western Meat Packers Handicap (1100m) Danaura will jump from barrier four.

Danaura was fifth in a 1000m trial at Belmont on May 15 where Uptown Funk trained by Justine Erkelens of Muchea was fourth.

Balrov won at his last start in a 1400m race in Kalgoorlie in October last year.

In Broome tomorrow the brown gelding will start from barrier two in the Landmark Broome Handicap (1100m).

Tempered, who has won prizemoney of $74,490, has drawn barrier seven in the Kimberley Pharmacy Services Handicap (1300m).

He was first in a 1000m trial at Belmont on May 15 – the Erkelens-trained Cyberpunk finished in fourth place.