• Racing Tips
    Injury-plagued star to continue rise to the top
    HIGHLY-TOUTED squaregaiter Alpha Male is expected to have no trouble continuing his rise to the top this weekend. Creating a huge sensation after his first five starts, Alpha Male’s career was all but over when injury struck during his three-year-old season. Sidelined for two-and-a-half years, the son of Majestic... Read more
    Handy trotter rewarded for consistency
    CONSISTENCY was rewarded in Geelong last night. Racing in solid form this campaign, handy trotter Abitofadreamer corrected a recent stint of near-misses with an overdue victory. Prepared by Kim Procter, Abitofadreamer had been among the placings at four of his previous five starts, including a second in Kilmore, beaten... Read more
    Finding all the winners for Menangle Saturday night
    RACE ONE: With his level of fitness going up a further notch, FOCUS STRIDE (10) is entitled to top billing, despite the presence of a wide gate. Less the reserve and the classy son of Art Major will be called on to gate nine, and although that is a... Read more
    Aussie horseman shines during dramatic US card
    AN ACCIDENT during the 11th race unseated four drivers at Harrington Raceway yesterday. Royal Tang (Russell Foster), which led most of the way prior to the mishap, fell on the backstretch near the three-quarters and impeded the progress of trailing horses, Victory Move (Cody Poliseno), Outclassed (Corey Callahan) and... Read more
    Bathurst legend cheers home No. 4000 – from his loungeroom
    IT took a few weeks of eager anticipation before champion Bathurst horseman Steve Turnbull achieved a significant milestone when he trained his 4000th  winner in the final event at Parkes on Saturday night. That earned him the distinction of being the only harness racing trainer in Australasia to reach... Read more
    Waratah Series ready to blossom
    FOLLOWING the recent prizemoney increases announced for all Metropolitan race meetings at Club Menangle, the decision has been made to rebrand the hugely successful Club Menangle Country Series to the ‘Waratah’ Heats and Finals, effective from the commencement of the July series. The ‘Waratah’, which is the New South Wales floral emblem,... Read more
    400 wins as Tom sneaks under the radar
    WHEN Rockin In Chelsea won the Menangle Country Series Heat at Tamworth, reinsman Tom Ison was happy to conceal a personal milestone. It was more about what the five-year-old Rock N Roll Heaven mare had achieved. You see while it was Rockin In Chelsea’s fifth win on the trot,... Read more
    Here’s four specials for Menangle Tuesday afternoon
    Joe’s using his ‘horsepower’ on and off the track
    Troy happy to combine his two great passions