• Racing Tips
    Bull still in prime condition
    IF RECENT wins haven’t been a strong enough message for the young ‘calves’ on the east coast, trainer Gary Hall has issued another warning. Admitting he has been impressed with exploits of Ride High and Lochinvar Art, Hall reminded the ‘up starts’ his stable star is not to be... Read more
    Poised for return to winners’ circle
    A SECOND row draw in Bendigo tomorrow night shouldn’t be enough to prevent Imsettogo from returning to the winners’ circle. Unplaced during her recent start at the same venue, Imsettogo was triumphant at Tabcorp Park Melton at her previous outing. Racing in solid form this preparation, the Anton Golino-trained... Read more
    A champion by name – and by nature
    The story behind THAT famous photo!
    Plenty of initiative from this young driver
    What a difference a win can make
    WHAT a difference a win can make. Following her inglorious debut where she finished towards the tail of the field – beaten 124 metres – Homonym was among the outsiders at her second start. Paying $46.40 on the Tote, Homonym caused a major upset when successful for co-trainers Richard... Read more
    Tiger’s just thriving

    Tiger’s just thriving

    July 31, 2020

    HOLMESVILLE couple Aaron Garaty and his partner Kylie Barnes train a small team of six pacers in the western suburbs of Newcastle and enjoy their involvement in harness racing. Garaty has been driving for almost 10 years although he did have time out of the gig for six months.... Read more
    Youngster bounces back from horror fall
    ELLY Chapple has made a gallant return to harness racing after being on the sidelines since March as a result of injuries the young Moonbi reinswoman sustained in a horrendous race fall at an Inverell. Chapple was knocked unconscious and sustained injuries which required her to be airlifted to... Read more
    Youngster expected to be major improver
    WELL-TRAVELLED youngster Mach Da Vinci is expected to be a major improver at Club Menangle on Saturday night. Beginning the season in New Zealand, the three-year-old was campaigned in Sydney, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth before being sent for a spell last April. Transferred to New South Wales horseman Peter... Read more
    Return home paying dividends
    A SPELL combined with a return home is paying dividends with handy trotter Reils. Beginning his career in fine fashion with South Australian horseman Bronte Giorgio, Reils was sent to Victorian trainer Andy Gath where continued his strong form. Starting to find the going tough against higher class rivals,... Read more