• End of a landmark era

    End of a landmark era

    July 1, 2020

    TONIGHT’S Tabcorp Park Melton meeting heralds the end of a landmark era for Harness Racing Victoria as the industry moves away from its regional racing structure put in place on April 2. During regional racing Victoria successfully maintained its prizemoney allocation for participants, delivering $7,975,410 in stakemoney across 130... Read more
    Dual Oaks winner continues to star in USA
    OUTSTANDING mare Shartin has done it again. In her second start for 2020, Shartin was simply too good in the $33,000 Fillies’ and Mares’ Open Handicap Pace at Yonkers Raceway this afternoon. With the field travelling in ‘Indian file’ Shartin was sitting fourth as Snobby Town led followed by... Read more
    Primed to continue winning streak
    ALTHOUGH the assignment is shaping to be slightly more difficulty, the result is predicted to be the same. Winner of his last seven starts at Club Menangle, Cash N Flow will return to the world class venue on Saturday night where he is expected to extend his winning streak... Read more
    Aussie-bred pacer shines at Tioga Downs
    FORMER Australian pacer Kerford Road swooped late to capture the Open Pace at Tioga Downs last night. In a race which had plenty of action, Jins Shark grabbed the early lead setting an opening quarter of 27 seconds before Harry Terror moved to the front. With a circuit to... Read more
    Ace horseman making the move to Bathurst
    TONIGHT’S Bathurst harness racing meeting welcomes back participants from outside the Western District for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic forced the temporary regionalisation of racing. One man who is relieved by the lifting of those restrictions is Londonderry trainer, Michael Muscat, who has been a regular at... Read more
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