The Formosa family name is up in lights again at the annual Inter Dominion series.
But this time it is 14-year-old Chloe who is leading the charge, riding in the accompanying 2019 Inter Dominion KidzKartz series.
Trainer-driver Michael Formosa and his wife Kirsty will be forever linked to the Inter Dominion through their star stallion Ultimate Art who won a heat of the famed series in 2015 and qualified for the series again the following year.
This year the Inter Dominion series is in New Zealand and Chloe is one of four Australian riders selected to represent Australia in the KidzKartz series which started on Friday night and runs through to this Friday
The year eight Mount View High student has competed in the series in Australia previously.
Chloe was selected by the NSW Harness Racing committee from mini trot drivers from all over the state.
Kirsty said the names of the ponies racing in the series were placed in a hat and drawn out at random with the name of the driver. They are paired for the series.