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  • Sad passing of former top racehorse and sire
    IT IS with great sadness Alabar has announced the passing of Safely Kept. The 31-year-old son of Jate Lobell was humanely euthanised this morning due to mobility issues resulting from old age. “Safely Kept was a very special horse to anyone who came into contact with him,” Alabar’s Alan... Read more
    It all began with a miracle…
    BRAINDCHILD of New South Wales Trotting Club chief executive Len Smith, the Miracle Mile was designed for one specific purpose. With the two-minute barrier over 1609 metres considered the ultimate measure of greatness Smith was determined to prove Australasian pacers were equal to their northern hemisphere counterparts. It had... Read more
    Miracle Mile champions….where are they now?
    CHAMPION – a word which has lost a part of its true meaning. Too often a competitor can be bestowed the title of a champion, when really they just had a good season or campaign. Then there is an athlete which may be extremely talented, but also dominates at a... Read more
    The night Hancock decided not to win Miracle Mile
    WHEN it comes to competition we can all be guilty of suffering ‘white line fever.’ Be it in a Championship or simply arguing over two flies on a wall, our competitive nature rushes to the fore and takes control. Then there are the moments which remind us there are... Read more
    More than just a dust collector!
    THROUGHOUT the years the Miracle Mile has had several trophies. From Cups, to ornaments to superb crystal vases, the trophy has never been a specific match to the time-honoured sprint…until now! Having undergone “an arduous process”, Club Menangle will present the official Miracle Mile trophy tomorrow night. In what... Read more
    MIKE KO’CASS PREVIEWS MIRACLE MILE NIGHT AT MENANGLE
    RACE ONE: After returning from a respectable Victoria Derby campaign, which resulted in a 10.7m 7th to Line Up in the feature event, the Paul Court-trained MACH DA VINCI (5) peeled off a couple of solid all-the-way wins at this venue, prior to tackling a heat of the NSW Derby... Read more
    On the other end of a transaction
    MULTIPLE premiership winning trainer Joe Carbone is set to be a nervous observer during Australian Pacing Gold’s Sale in Sydney. No stranger to buying classy performers, Carbone will be on the other end of a transaction on Sunday. The South Australian horseman will make the long trip to Warwick... Read more
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