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  • Easter double the perfect tonic
    IT’S well known there is little time for rest in harness racing. Racing most days of the week, attending to horses seemingly around the clock and writing articles on Easter Sunday – it never stops. Nor does the industry provide much time for illness, which appears to be the... Read more
    Aussie Group Two winner claims major in USA
    “SHE’S a tough SOB with big lungs.” Even-money favourite Shartin employed the same tactic she did a season ago, to win last night’s $402,600 Blue Chip Matchmaker at the Yonkers Raceway. As was the case in the evening $663,260 Final of the George Morton Levy Memorial Pacing Series, both... Read more
    Critical response to club’s ‘smoke and mirrors’ letter
    PARTICIPANTS have been left all the more frustrated after reading what has been labelled a “bizarre” press release from the embattled South Australian Harness Racing Club committee. Engaged in a power struggle on two fronts, the committee issued a statement in relation to its dispute with Harness Racing SA.... Read more
    Classy filly’s tough assignment
    CLASSY filly Still Hangover faces a tough challenge in Launceston tonight In a bid to give Still Hangover “a look at the track” trainer Rodney Ashwood will contest a C1 with the three-year-old, which will see her pitted against older, more seasoned rivals. Still Hangover’s appearance at the circuit... Read more
    Trotters’ Trans Tasman trip terminated
    PLANS to head across with the Tasman with rising star Mclovin have been scrapped. Originally looking to take the trotter to New Zealand for the ANZAC Cup on April 26 followed by the Rowe Cup the a week later, trainer Andy Gath has decided against the trip. Gath’s decision... Read more
    Well-deserved victory for consistent performer
    CONSISTENT pacer Lounge Art completed a well-deserved victory at Tabcorp Park Melton yesterday. Among the placings in six of his seven starts this season – while finishing fourth in the other – Lounge Art scored a minor upset for veteran trainer Robbie O’Connell. Pleased with the four-year-old’s return to... Read more
    Embattled Club commitee in second standoff
    ANOTHER standoff involving the South Australian Harness Racing Club committee has begun. Already in the middle of a dispute with Harness Racing SA, the club is now under pressure from a group of its members. To add a degree of background, HRSA gave the committee an ultimatum – either... Read more
    Ranger ready to round up rivals
    TALENTED horseman Brad Hewitt is hoping to be doing little more than “ridin’ shotgun” behind The Texas Ranger in Penrith tonight. Hewitt will be sitting behind The Texas Ranger in a Kevin and Kaye Seymour Evolution Series heat, with the three-year-old drawn to find the lead from barrier two.... Read more
    Squaregaiter to bounce back in Cup
    HANDY squaregaiter Majestic Ess Jay is expected to bounce back to the winners’ circle in Launceston on Saturday night. Triumphant during his first two Tasmanian starts, Majestic Ess Jay then finished second before a fourth last weekend. While the effort appeared to be solid, trainer Eric Jacobson was disappointed... Read more
    Disqualified following lengthy case
    THE Harness Racing Victoria Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board heard a matter on 15 April 2019 in regards to various charges issued by HRV Stewards under the Australian Harness Racing Rules against licensed trainer/driver David Vozlic and licensed stablehand/registered owner Naomi Kerr. The charges were issued in connection to... Read more
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