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  • Freshman honours ill-fated dam
    PROMISING youngster Our Uncle Dan honoured his mum with a win in Bathurst last night. Notching his second victory from five starts, Our Uncle Dan scored on the anniversary of his dam’s untimely death. The Chris Frisby-trained freshman is from well-performed mare Aunty Dawn, which was killed when struck... Read more
    Reduced stake levels revealed
    HAVING made the tough decision to cut prize money earlier this week, Harness Racing SA has released the new stake levels. Citing the closure of TAB agencies, hotels and clubs during this Coronavirus pandemic as catalyst for the move, HRSA revealed turnover has declined as a result. Income from... Read more
    Victory dedicated to hospitalised son
    POPULAR horsewoman Charlene Gusman completed an emotional victory in Kilmore just moments ago. Planning to forego the drive behind her stable runner, Lola Montez, as late as last night, Gusman made a decision to partner the mare, which upstaged her stablemate and favourite, Shesalwaysdreaming. Unplaced as the $1.80 shot... Read more
    Draw no threat to winning streak
    A DIFFICULT draw should do little to prevent Atomic Red from continuing his winning streak. In super form this preparation, the Australian Pacing Gold purchase has won five of his last seven starts, including his three recent outings. Atomic Red’s two latest victories were in Bathurst, where he returns... Read more
    Changes to Breeders’ Challenge announced
    HARNESS Racing New South Wales has announced changed to the 2020 Breeders’ Challenge Series. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the futurity has been moved back in the calendar and will be conducted between September and November under the established structure. The Finals of the major series will be held... Read more
    Forgotten star close to racing return
    FORGOTTEN star Hectorjayjay is closing in on a remarkable return to racing. After almost two years on the sidelines, the Blacks A Fake winner had an eye-catching trial at Albion Park yesterday. In 2018, the gelding’s connections were told he may never race again after sustaining a series of... Read more
    Leaked documents send shockwaves through industry
    SHOCKWAVES have been sent through the South Australian industry yet again. Already fearing for the long term future of the sport’s home track – Globe Derby – participants and South Australia Harness Racing Club members have been left reeling by a leaked document. Just to recap, with the club... Read more
    Message of solidarity as stake cuts announced
    IN WHAT deserves a round of applause, Harness Racing SA staff have sent a message of solidarity to participants…“we’re in this together”. As restrictions begin to affect the industry, HRSA made the difficult decision of announcing a cut to stakes just moments ago. Citing the closure of TAB agencies,... Read more
    Undefeated comeback to continue
    COMEBACK trotter Always Ready should have little difficulty maintaining his perfect return at Tabcorp Park Melton on Saturday night. Although drawn awkwardly, the Anton Golino-trained entire is an odds-on favourite to complete his fourth consecutive win. Always Ready was sidelined for 19 months after what was a gallant third... Read more
    43-month drought broken

    43-month drought broken

    April 7, 2020

    LIGHTLY-RACED pacer Forever Candy broke a long drought from the winners’ circle while also providing his trainer with a personal milestone last night. Competing at Club Menangle, Forever Candy registered his first victory since September 2016. In doing so the son of Always A Virgin gave Jacqui Graham her... Read more
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