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  • 6000 WINS AND NO RETIREMENT ON THE CARDS FOR THE ‘ICE MAN’
    ‘I’ll know when it’s time to go,’ says Lang GAVIN Lang pauses and smiles when asked why he continues...
    Thompson glad that he had a Bitgoingon
      JOHN DUNNE FORMER South Australian pacer Abitgoingonhere broke his metropolitan maiden status when he scored a well-deserved win...
    WAYVILLE GOES BACK TO THE FUTURE TO ATTRACT NEW FANS
    A ‘BACK To The Future’ promotion by Harness Racing South Australia has proved an outstanding success. Under the guidance...
    Greater opportunities for mares
    HARNESS Racing New South Wales, along with Club Menangle, will introduce races for all mares at metropolitan meetings. This compliments the $288,000 state-wide strategy for additional fillies’ and mares’ events as previously announced. Prizemoney for these Tabcorp Park Menangle races will start at $20,000 for Division 1, $14,000 for... Read more
    Dani’s uphill battle

    Dani’s uphill battle

    June 21, 2018

    IT’S hard to imagine Dani Hill capturing another Drivers’ Invitational at Port Pirie on Sunday…but then again, she is Dani Hill. Enjoying a phenomenal season, Hill has led the Australasian total of wins during the Teal Pants Campaign, won the Australian Female Drivers’ Championship and secured the Reinswomen Invitational... Read more
    Temporary CEO appointed

    Temporary CEO appointed

    June 21, 2018

    TASRACING has appointed Alicia Fuller as acting chief executive following the resignation of Vaughn Lynch from the position last month. Fuller recently joined Tasracing as Operations Manager-Racing after spending more than a year with the Office of Racing Integrity as the Regulatory Vet, with time spent acting in the... Read more
    Oh, what a night!

    Oh, what a night!

    June 21, 2018

    LAST night’s Empire Stallions Vicbred Super Series heats were like déjà vu all over again! Having dominated the two-year-old qualifiers the previous evening, record-breaking horsewoman Emma Stewart repeated the dose in the three-year-old category. Just to recap, Stewart won five heats with her two-year-olds, with her results including two... Read more
    Peace ready to declare war
    PROMISING pacer Live For Peace is expected to be a major improver at Globe Derby on Saturday night. Although he was successful by a head at the same venue last weekend, the son of Santanna Blue Chip suffered a “setback” before his run according to trainer Ryan Hryhorec. With... Read more
    Numbers point to one conclusion
    FOR those who love to punt by numbers, here are a few reasons why Resurgent Storm will win Friday night’s Dandy Patch Final. The obvious indicator is the son of Betterthancheddar is the favourite…but the pattern goes further. Unbeaten from three starts, Resurgent Storm has only raced at Hobart... Read more
    Pure domination

    Pure domination

    June 20, 2018

    AS PREDICTED premier trainer Emma Stewart dominated last night’s Empire Vicbred Super Series heats. The state’s two-year-olds kicked off this season’s edition of the futurity, with Stewart represented by 10 youngsters across seven qualifiers. By the end of the meeting Stewart headed home with five heat winners, including two... Read more
    Unprecedented Vicbred assault
    PREMIER trainer Emma Stewart will launch an unprecedented assault on the Empire Vicbred Super Series tonight. With two-year-olds kicking off this season’s edition of the futurity, Stewart will be represented by 10 youngsters across seven heats. Stewart’s evening begins with Kickit Sista in the opening fillies’ qualifier before winding... Read more
    Back to reclaim throne

    Back to reclaim throne

    June 19, 2018

    HAVING missed last year’s Final, Conviction is ready to reclaim his throne. Successful in the New South Wales Breeders’ Challenge as a two-year-old, Conviction enjoyed no luck in his semi-final last term, which saw him fail to gain a berth in the Group One decider. At Tabcorp Park Menangle... Read more
    Youngster to strengthen reputation
    RECENTLY touted as Australia’s best three-year-old, Ignatius has the opportunity to strengthen his reputation at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Saturday night. Unbeaten from seven starts this term, Ignatius is engaged in a New South Wales Breeders’ Challenge semi-final for trainer James Rattray. The son of Roll With Joe hasn’t... Read more
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