• Racing Tips
    Premier trainer looking to join legendary horsemen
    PREMIER trainer Emma Stewart will aim to join pair of champion at Kilmore during the weekend. Stewart has two runners engaged in the Kilmore Cup as she chases her third victory in the once famous country feature. Success will see Stewart become just the third trainer to win the... Read more
    New ‘besties’ hoping for better luck
    VOID of luck during their maiden voyage, Olivia Weidenbach and her new best friend are hoping things go a lot smoother this time around. Weidenbach recently purchased Lady Olivias Folly for obvious reasons! “I’d been looking for a horse I could take to the races and drive and was... Read more
    Enigmatic trotter on his best behaviour
    ENIGMATIC trotter Claudy An Gus showed just what he is capable of achieving when on his best behaviour. Possessing his share of ability, Claudy An Gus’ wayward manners and tendency to “race fiercely” can often make the gelding his own worst enemy. To trainer Kelly Stuart-Mitchell’s delight the son... Read more
    Miracle Mile winners reunited in America
    BEFORE arriving in the United States in late summer 2018 and taking the North American harness racing world by storm with back-to-back Driver of the Year titles in the US, Dexter Dunn was a 10-time Driver of the Year in his native New Zealand. One of the stars that... Read more
    Aussie captures $150,000 USA feature
    FORMER Aussie pacer None Bettor caused an upset by capturing the 14th edition of the $150,000 Bobby Quillen Memorial at Harrington Raceway today. The feature honours the late long-time Delaware legislator Bobby Quillen who loved harness racing and advocated for horsemen during his career. None Bettor received a pocket... Read more
    Former claimer stretches winning streak
    LIFE in South Australia continues to agree with Van Mara. Purchased from a claimer at Tabcorp Park Melton by Mount Gambier horseman Steven Fennell in April, Van Mara has had nine starts since changing stables for a debut second and eight wins – including Globe Derby last night. Driven... Read more
    Consistent mare aimed at Triple Crown
    NEXT month’s Victorian Mares’ Triple Crown has been placed on consistent mare Enchanted Stride’s agenda following her Ballarat triumph last night. Thrilled with Enchanted Stride’s latest success in The Tailamade Lombo, trainer David Miles stated the five-year-old has earned her shot at the “three sister features”. “The mares’ races... Read more
    Leading stud joins fight of worthy charity
    LEADING breeding establishment Woodlands Stud has joined the fight of a worthy cause. The New Zealand-based operation has donated a stallion service to Standardbreds for Breast Cancer Trials, which is raffling the prize to raise valuable funds. Formerly-known as the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia and the Australia and... Read more
    Trying to keep a lid on excitement
    EXCITING freshman Catch A Wave justified trainer Andy Gath’s opinion of him with a breathtaking performance in Ballarat last night. Making an impressive debut in an Australian Pacing Gold Sovereign heat a fortnight ago, Catch A Wave produced a scintillating effort in the Final. With Gath’s reinswoman-wife Kate in... Read more
    Exhilarating filly dominates Classic
    EXHILARATING filly Ladies In Red left no doubt she is the best of her crop with an authoritative victory in Ballarat tonight. Second-up from an eight-month spell, Ladies In Red blitzed her rivals in the Argent Classic. Confident the daughter of Mach Three was ready to capture the feature,... Read more
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