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  • APG’s Australasian Premier Trotting Sale
    AFTER the enormous success of the 2020 Australasian Premier Trotting Sale, the 2021 Sale has been set for Sunday, February 7 at the Inglis Sales Complex at Oaklands Junction in Melbourne. The sale will once again be held in conjunction with APG’s Melbourne pacing sale on the Sunday of... Read more
    HRNSW Chairman’s message to industry
    Dear Participant, In a follow up to my message of April 3 relative to the impact on the Industry of the Covid-19 pandemic, I write on this occasion to bring to your attention what might best be described as good news and unfortunately not so good news. On the... Read more
    Young trotter facing acid test
    ON THE surface everything seems to be in place for Im Hector to register a well-deserved win at Globe Derby tonight. Runner-up at his two starts from a spell, Im Hector has drawn the pole for trainer Claire Goble. That should give driver Wayne Hill the option for looking... Read more
    Champion ready to bounce back
    MENTION the name Lazarus and the word ‘champion’ readily comes to mind. The star pacer excited fans on racetracks around the world wherever he raced. And such was his value to harness racing that Lazarus’s ‘off-track’ success was just as anticipated. It’s no secret that the mighty pacer’s first... Read more
    Odds-on favourite no sure thing
    “IT MAY sound a little crazy, but this will really test him.” That was the assessment from trainer David Moran when discussing Lochinvar Art’s pending assignment. Fresh from an effortless victory in Shepparton 10 days ago, the outstanding four-year-old is set to return to the same venue tonight. Although... Read more
    Mike Ko’cass previews The La Coocaracha and Menangle Saturday night
     RACE ONE: DESPITE posting another frustrating effort last week, the Craig Cross-trained CANT REFUSE (11) receives another chance to redeem himself in what looks a suitable assignment, despite drawing closer to the car park than the pegs. Cant Refuse would have to be a rare commodity, as far as,... Read more
    Young ‘guns’ set for a Newcastle showdown
    TWO young guns will go head-to-head as the Hunter Valley’s two leading stables get set for a Titanic battle at Newcastle tonight. Tom Ison and Blake Hughes are two of the best young reinsmen to come out of that region in the past few years. And they should dominate... Read more
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