It's going to get raucous if Rambunctious salutes at the Albury Paceway on New Year's Eve.
Owned by former Albury Thunder enforcer and premiership player Tommy Gemmell, Rambunctious will have a cult following.
Gemmell said he will have 60 of his family and relatives trackside cheering for the Peter Romero-trained pacer.
"Now the COVID restrictions have lifted, I have got family home from New Zealand and Brisbane," Gemmell said.
"We will have a big contingent at the trots and there will be around 60 of us.
"It will be a huge night if Rambunctious gets up and everybody will be able to hear us - that's for sure.
"Our family motto is work hard, so when we get the chance to let our hair down and have a bit of fun, we like to party hard as well.
"If Rambunctious wins, it will spark some big celebrations."
Rambunctious led all-the-way four starts ago at Albury and has drawn ideally in gate three to find the front and prove hard to catch.
Gemmell said the small Albury track suits his four-year-old pacer.
"I think he has got a big chance and likes the smaller Albury track," he said.
"He seems to get around it better than most.
"A lot will hinge on the start because he races best when he finds the front and likes to lead all-the-way.
"If he gets to the front, he will take a lot of catching."
Gemmell also doesn't mind 'having a crack' on the punt.
There could be some nervous bookmakers tonight if he decides to unleash.
"I don't mind having a crack on the punt," Gemmell said.
"I'm not afraid to put my money where my mouth is, I guess you could say.
"My only problem is I like to think my horses can win all the time, which isn't realistic.
"But if I think they are drawn well or against moderate opposition, I will have a go at them - for sure."
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Gemmell has become heavily involved in harness racing since retiring from rugby league.
Apart from racing he has also recently become involved in breeding pacers.
"I have always been passionate about harness racing but just got a lot more involved after I retired from rugby league," he said.
"I've got nine horses including a few foals and a few broodmares.
"It's a bit hard to buy a decent pacer, so the plan is to breed a few of my own.
"It will be a bit of a wait until my first one is ready to race but it's the path that I want to go down.
"My first foal was born last year and she is just over 12-months old now and hopefully close to racing this time next year."
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