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    “He’ll need to be Superman to win from there”
    PUNTERS are rallying behind Sweet On Lexy despite his horrific draw. Engaged in tomorrow night’s Bathurst Gold Crown Final, Sweet On Lexy is set to begin from the outside of the front row. Earning his berth in the Group One via a heat victory around the provincial circuit last... Read more
    What a whirlwind start to a career
    Chairman calls it a day

    Chairman calls it a day

    March 28, 2024

    A PASSION for community, a positive approach and, above all, a love for the standardbred were defining legacies of Dale Monteith’s service to Harness Racing Victoria. Having retired as chair after three terms and eight years with the Victorian statutory authority, the racing administrator has reflected on the people... Read more
    All the winners on Bathurst’s night of the year
    RACE ONE: Fitter for two creditable runs since a spell, EYE CAN TRY (8) is capable of overcoming a tricky draw in an open and tough contest to ‘kick-off’ Gold Crown night. Prepared by KerryAnn Morris and to be driven by ‘hubby’ Robert, the Sweet Lou filly ended her... Read more
    Disqualified for misconduct offences
    HAVING given considerable thought to penalties considered the previous poor record of misconduct offences by Mr. Trotta, further his pleas of not guilty to both charges and that any penalty should have a deterrent factor to all Licenced Persons this conduct will not be condoned by HRSA Stewards. Stewards... Read more
    ‘Sparky’ Justin’s mixing business with pleasure
    Caitlin found a winning move – thanks to COVID
    At least one Hasler found the winners’ circle
    The Gold Coast Titans didn’t perform up to expectations for coach Des Hasler on the weekend, when they were soundly beaten by the Canterbury Bulldogs. However, his namesake enjoyed a far better result when he went around at Newcastle on Friday night. Prepared by Darren Reay and driven by... Read more
    Immediate future to be decided
    DESPITE his feature success yesterday, My Used To Be is no certainty to tackle the next leg of the country cup circuit. Racing solidly in the provincial events this campaign, My Used To Be backed up his two recent Cup placings by capturing Gawler’s Trotters’ Cup for co-trainers Jill... Read more
    Another Cup for classy pacer
    CLASSY pacer Artillery continued his strong Cup form yesterday. Runner-up in the Strathalbyn and Ladbrokes Cups during two previous outings, Artillery proved too good by capturing the Gawler Pacing Cup for trainer Paul Cavallaro. It is the second Cup success for the son of Art Major this season, having... Read more