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  • Club issues interim response to HRSA ultimatum
    AFTER being issued with an ultimatum by the state’s governing body, the South Australian Harness Racing Club has released an interim statement. Earlier today Harness Racing SA has declared it will cease conducting race meetings at the venue if the committee fails to resign by the close of business... Read more
    Star youngster to bypass NZ Jewels
    HOMELAND races are likely to take preference over a trip to the Shaky Isles with classy youngster Lochinvar Art. Within minutes of the colt’s victory in tonight’s Bathurst Gold Chalice connections were extended an invitation to contest the New Zealand Harness Jewels in June. Grateful to have her stable... Read more
    Sending filly interstate pays dividends
    A DECISION to send handy filly No Win No Feed to New South Wales has certainly paid dividends. Prepared in Victoria last season by part-owner Jaime Madruga, No Win No Feed was transferred to Craig Cross’ stable for her three-year-old campaign. Making her racing return when second in a... Read more
    Three-year-old double more than a decade after death
    MORE than a decade after his death champion stallion Fake Left sired a pair of three-year-old winners at Albion Park yesterday. Bred by Kevin and Kaye Seymour, the fillies appear to be set to continue Fake Left’s legacy for years to come. Along with showing promise on the track,... Read more
    HRSA issues ultimatum to principal club
    COMMITTEE members at the troubled South Australian Harness Racing Club have been issued an ultimatum by the state’s governing body. Frustrated by the club’s management in “recent times”, Harness Racing SA has declared it will cease all race meetings at the venue if the committee fails to resign. HRSA’s... Read more
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