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    Siblings’ remarkable connection continues
    IT’S been documented, although not completely understood, some siblings have a remarkable, somewhat psychic connection. There have been cases of siblings being separated at a young age yet somehow finding each other and learning they’ve had almost identical experiences. Or a twin knowing something has gone wrong with his... Read more
    Long term plans uncertain with promising pacer
    PLANS remain uncertain with Persimmon despite his impressive form. Successful at three of his five starts this season – while finishing second in the other two – Persimmon was an effortless winner of last night’s Inner City Pace in Maitland. Despite Persimmon’s stellar form since arriving at his stable,... Read more
    Fairytale ending in doubt

    Fairytale ending in doubt

    December 30, 2018

    A FAIRYTALE ending to Foiled Again’s illustrious career is unlikely following the barrier draw for his final start. Forced into mandatory retirement as of January 1, Foiled Again will compete at The Meadows on New Year’s Eve. To connections’ dismay, the 14-year-old will begin from barrier eight – the... Read more
    Marshal moseys into town to lay down the law
    STAR pacer My Field Marshal kick-started his Western Australian campaign on the perfect note at Gloucester Park last night. Sent across the Nullarbor in preparation for next month’s Fremantle and WA Cups, the son of Art Major captured the Group Two Village Kid Pace. Thrilled with the stallion’s progress... Read more
    Tough task in bid to reclaim title
    HANDY pacer Bettor Party faces an arduous task in his bid to reclaim his Victor Harbor Cup title tomorrow. Successful in the 2017 edition of the provincial feature, Bettor Party finished second behind his stablemate Our Jericho in last season’s running. This time around the son of Bettors Delight... Read more
    Graham hoping for happy ending

    Graham hoping for happy ending

    December 29, 2018

    CONNECTIONS of in-form pacer Glenferrie Hood hope history can repeat itself at Albion Park tonight. In what will be the gelding’s final outing of 2018, Glenferrie Hood is engaged in the Kevin and Kay Seymour Pace for trainer Wayne Graham. Although drawn the outside of the back row, Glenferrie... Read more
    Late Christmas gift or New Year’s resolution?
    IT’S not clear whether the postman has dropped off a late Christmas present or a potential New Year’s resolution, but today has netted a grand delivery for harness racing enthusiasts across the nation. Along with the humdrum items, the ‘postie’ has slipped this season’s Australian Pacing Gold catalogue into... Read more
    Tiger set to stalk key features
    AMBITIOUS plans have been laid out for promising pacer Rackemup Tigerpie following his victory in Ballarat last night. Racing in sensational form this campaign, Rackemup Tigerpie proved too slick for a solid field in the Lightning Sprint. Stretching his record to 10 wins and two placings from his last... Read more
    Shark primed and ready to strike
    AN AWKWARD draw has done little to dampen Melanie Elder’s confidence ahead of Saturday night’s Inner City Pace in Maitland. Elder will contest the Group Three with in-form pacer Ashark, which will begin from barrier four. Hinting the son of Four Starzzz Shark will be sent forward early, Elder... Read more
    Top driver hospitalised for Christmas
    CHRISTMAS was far from Merry for one of Victoria’s most successful reinswomen. Following a ‘freak accident’ at Tabcorp Park Melton on Christmas Eve, Jodi Quinlan has spent the last 48 hours in hospital. Quinlan was leading a runner from her stable and a sulky into the venue when the... Read more