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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...
    Siblings create Australian driving record
    QUEENSLAND’S McMullen siblings are believed to have created a slice of history at Albion Park yesterday. Pete, Dannielle, Narissa and Taleah each won a race, which based on the available statistics, is an Australian first. “We are very proud of them,” dad John said. “They all work hard at... Read more
    Art primed to put on a good display
    TALENTED colt Lochinvar Art is expected to have little trouble returning to the winners’ circle at Tabcorp Park Melton tomorrow night. Fresh from his second in the New South Wales Breeders’ Challenge at Menangle a fortnight ago, Lochinvar Art won his three previous starts for trainer Laura Crossland in... Read more
    Don ready to ‘go to the mattresses’
    DON GIRARDI is prepared to ‘go to the mattresses’ at Globe Derby on Saturday night. With his recent stable acquisition Lochinvar Hugo set to begin from the pole, Girardi plans to make the most of the draw in a bid to extend the gelding’s perfect local record. Since arriving... Read more
    Favourable Oaks draw boosts confidence
    A FAVOURABLE draw has boosted Leigh Sutton’s confidence in his bid to maintain a perfect association with Chevrons Reward this weekend. Sutton has partnered Chevrons Reward three times, with the filly emerging triumphant on each occasion. This time around the pair will step up in grade as they tackle... Read more
    Striking form at the right time
    WINS on consecutive nights last week reining Redwood Invasion at Addington and Omar Sharif at Forbury Park provided a timely confidence boost for junior driver Mark Hurrell ahead of the New Zealand Junior Driver Championship. For the 20-year-old Hurrell, in just his second season of driving, the double took... Read more
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