Canberra trainer Michael Hawkes hopes to see Im In Trouble continue his unbeaten record at Riverina Paceway

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By Peter Doherty
Updated November 18 2021 - 6:35am, first published 3:30am
Canberra's Melissa Hawke (pictured at Wagga in May with Never Been Said). She'll be back at Riverina Paceway to steer Crime Dont Pay on Friday, which she owns with father Michael.

Last-start winner, Im In Trouble, is chasing back-to-back wins on consecutive Fridays at Riverina Paceway when taking on the $10,000 regional heat of the breeders challenge for two-year-old colts and geldings (1740m).

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