• APG 2020 Sydney Sale
  • From bad to worse as participants wait on answers
    IF THE lack of fanfare wasn’t a sign, www.nationaltrotguide.com.au can confirm the obvious…another deadline has come and gone! Having found itself in millions of dollars in debt, the South Australian Harness Racing Club committee elected to sell a portion of its unused land to raise money. As such, a... Read more
    Doll facing tough task from draw
    HAVING outstayed her rivals to break her maiden, My China Doll will need to produce a similar performance if she is to emerge triumphant again tomorrow night. Paying the lucrative odds of $34, My China Doll occupied the ‘death seat’ before scoring at Albion Park a fortnight ago. Due... Read more
    Niggling issue postpones star’s comeback
    TOP pacer Chicago Bull’s highly-anticipated racing return has been postponed. Due to make a second attempt at resurrecting his career at Gloucester Park tonight, Chicago Bull was scratched by trainer Gary Hall this morning. Successful in Auckland in October 2018, Chicago Bull suffered an anaphylactic shock to treatment the... Read more
    Bathurst gets the go-ahead
    IT’S the biggest night’s racing of the year in Bathurst and the good news is it will go ahead tomorrow night after Harness Racing New South Wales received the information it was praying for this morning. The Bathurst Gold Crown meeting will race on after Harness Racing NSW advised... Read more
    Great news as racing resumes
    RACING will resume in Victoria tomorrow night after Harness Racing New South Wales confirmed the steward tested for COVID-19 earlier this week had returned a negative result. HRNSW previously reported a club official working at Penrith trots on Thursday March 19 had tested positive to COVID-19. That official had... Read more
    Regionalisation due to Coronavirus
    REGIONALISATION of racing on dedicated tracks will be introduced by Harness Racing New South Wales from April 1 as the industry takes a direction to maintain racing in NSW under tighter biosecurity protocols. NSW will be split into four recognised regions – Metropolitan, Northern, Western and Southern. The regions... Read more
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