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    “What a great cause to be a part of”
    CHARITY was the big winner at Club Menangle yesterday. As part of men’s health month, Club Menangle, TAB and Harness Racing New South Wales are conducting a special promotion to raise awareness and valuable funds for the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia. With the assistance of key sponsors DM... Read more
    Outrage over ‘shambolic’ start to New Zealand Cup
    HORSEMEN and punters are demanding that New Zealand’s standing start procedures must change after another shambolic start to this year’s New Zealand Trotting Cup. In one of the worst starts to the country’s richest race, the horses drawn on the outside got a flyer, eventual winner Self Assured already... Read more
    Win revives memory of ill-fated rising star
    YESTERDAY’S win at Club Menangle revived memories of an ill-fated stable star. After Timothy Red broke his maiden status, co-trainer Joe Rando couldn’t help comparing the three-year-old to his former rising star Howard Ino. One of the most promising pacers of his crop, Howard Ino died suddenly during track... Read more
    John Tapp goes head-to-head with Jack Trainor
    JACK Trainor didn’t expect to have two runners in the same race just five weeks into his professional training career. Even more bizarre was the fact that he has only four horses in work at his Menangle base. Makoa and Shelby Bromac were both drawn in an early race... Read more
    Ross, Burley happy to share the workload
    SHE may currently be missing from the state, but Amanda Turnbull is certainly making her presence felt as she operates dual stables in New South Wales and Victoria. Turnbull is currently domiciled in Shepparton, but it is rumoured that she is set to return stables at The Lagoon, which... Read more
    They’ve done it again…

    They’ve done it again…

    November 11, 2020

    THEY’VE done it again. The might of the All Stars has confirmed its reputation as the best big-race stable in the Southern Hemisphere after claiming another Group One $572,400 IRT New Zealand Trotting Cup at Addington yesterday. Headed up by the dynamic duo of Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen,... Read more
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