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    Former rising star breaks 31-month drought
    ONCE regarded as a rising star among the pacing ranks, Rackemup Tigerpie hasn’t reached the lofty heights predicting for the gelding. Proving himself among the best of his crop during a strong four-year-old season, Rackemup Tigerpie then lost his way, which kept him winless between June 2019 and today!... Read more
    85-year-old cutting regular path to winners’ circle
    A FEW years ago he was enjoying retirement with no plans of returning to training. Then some personal circumstances changed, and at the ripe age of 82, Donald Thomas dusted off the harness! Since then Thomas has cut a regular path to the winners’ circle, a journey he completed... Read more
    On target for country cup hat-trick
    CLASSY pacer Spirit Of St Louis will be given the opportunity to complete a Victorian country cup hat-trick next weekend. Successful in the Shepparton Cup just moments ago, Spirit Of St Louis’ victory followed his triumph in last Saturday night’s Bendigo Cup. Thrilled with the five-year-old’s performance, trainer Belinda... Read more
    We all know it’s not good to brag!
    WE ALL know it’s not good to brag, so there’s no need to mention who won last year’s selection battle between my seasoned colleague Michael Court and I. Before each of the 2021 Australian Pacing Gold Sales we chose a yearling we felt would attract the highest bid during... Read more
    Jack makes it a night to remember
    Arthur’s still chasing that pot of gold
    Major breeding establishment closes down
    EGMONT Park Stud, on behalf of Kay and Kevin Seymour, have issued the following statement to the harness racing industry: After 55 years in the sport of harness racing, Kay and I have decided to discontinue the commercial stud side of our business. We have owned or co-owned Egmont... Read more
    Poised to repeat last week’s personal highlight
    ACHIEVING a personal best last weekend, prominent trainer Shane Loone hopes to replicate the feat at Globe Derby on Saturday night. With four runners in the opening race on the card, Loone prepared the top three across the line. Headed by Star Writer, with Jakes Sportwriter and Crookwell Jake... Read more
    Promising pair stepping up to Cup company
    PROMISING pacers Kimble and October Reign will be given their first test against open class opposition during the weekend. Just a fortnight after becoming four-year-olds, the stablemates are engaged in Sunday’s Hamilton Cup for trainer Matthew Craven. While the Group Three represents a switch to free-for-all company, Craven believes... Read more
    Passing of respected administrator and gentleman
    HARNESS Racing Australia was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Rod Pollock. Pollock was a determined and loyal servant of the industry, including 11 years of distinguished service as Chief Executive Officer between 1997 and 2008. Among many other achievements, he was largely responsible for a number... Read more
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