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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...
    Tiger’s taking it slowly
    HARNESSLINK Geoff Dunn is taking a step back to reassess things with his star pacer Tiger Tara. The New...
    Top pacer to extend Championship lead
    CLASSY pacer Shadow Sax looks set to extend his lead in the Country Cup Championship this weekend. In what has been an arm wrestle for the top of the table, Shadow Sax sits at the head of affairs, with a point advantage over Messini. That gap is expected to... Read more
    Classy filly chasing rare Oaks double
    CLASSY filly Passions Delight will be given the opportunity to complete a rare double during the next couple of weeks. Having registered the first part of the equation with her South Australia Oaks triumph at Globe Derby last month, Passions Delight’s next target is Victoria’s Blue Riband. Heats of... Read more
    Star’s brother makes successful debut
    WELL-BRED freshman Messerati took the first step towards matching his star brother today. Making his debut for Maree and John Caldow, Messerati produced an eye-catching performance to score at Charlton. Driven by John, Messerati began well from barrier six, but was checked soon after the start by a galloping... Read more
    Platinum powers her way to Cup triumph
    TRAINER Steven Zammit is yet to make plans with Platinum Power despite her victory yesterday. Successful in the Kyabram Cup, Platinum Power may race again next weekend, with Zammit to decide on the mare’s future targets within the next couple of days. “I’m not sure what is next for... Read more
    Last link to halcyon days sold
    A UNIQUE property in Ascot Vale, believed to be the last link to the golden era of harness racing, was sold today. Owned by the same family for more than six decades, the plot is a throwback to a period when suburban stables were wide spread and a regular... Read more
    Australian Pacing Gold heat domination
    AS SHE has on numerous occasions, premier horsewoman Emma Stewart made a clean sweep of a race series’ heats at Tabcorp Park Melton last night. Appearing to have access to an endless supply of talented pacers, Stewart has dominated qualifiers in recent years, with her stock going on to... Read more
    Tough draw in Group Two Cup
    A BACK row draw has made life difficult for popular pacer Messini in Saturday night’s Mildura Cup. Chasing his fourth provincial feature of the season, Messini will begin from the outside of the second line for trainer Brent Lilley. The son of Art Major has already enjoyed success in... Read more
    Local targets the main aim
    WITH plans to campaign Tornado Valley in New Zealand scrapped, next month’s Australasian Trotting Champion has become the gelding’s primary target. Winner of his last four starts, including the Group One Grand Prix, Tornado Valley was being aimed at the ANZAC Cup and Rowe Memorial in Auckland. Having given... Read more
    Daunting task for Cup raider
    IN-FORM raider Our Jericho faces a daunting task in Mildura tonight. Fresh from his record-breaking Victor Harbor Cup triumph earlier this month, Our Jericho will tackle a heat of the famed Mildura Cup for premier South Australian horseman, Les Harding. To Harding’s dismay, Our Jericho, which will be driven... Read more
    Near death accident may have saved trainer’s life
    IN AN amazing chain of events, Tony Peacock’s death defying accident may have saved his life! Working a two-year-old around his Moama property just before Christmas, Peacock was catapulted from the sulky before landing vertically on his head. As a result of the impact Peacock broke his neck between... Read more
  • Woodland July 2017
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