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    Returning to scene of greatest triumph
    TOUGH pacer Tiger Tara will return to the scene of his greatest triumph early next month. Triumphant in the Inter Dominion at Tabcorp Park Melton on December 15, Tiger Tara is being set for another Group One at the venue. Having kept the stallion fresh since his Championship success,... Read more
    Hitting rock bottom a blessing in disguise
    AT THE time it was the furthest outcome from his mind, but hitting rock bottom has been a blessing in disguise for Leigh Sutton. After falling as low as he can professionally, Sutton returned to driving in Penrith last night “a new man”. Enjoying a social drink or 10... Read more
    Mare tops biggest TAB payout of 2018
    NEW South Wales participants David Munsie and Courtney Sutherland combined for the highest-priced Australian winner of 2018. Sutherland drove the Munsie-trained Mini Masterpiece to victory in Armidale on November 15, with the daughter of Art Major scoring as the rank outsider over a mile. Finishing stoutly to account for... Read more
    Miss Ed – the ultimate designer foal
    AFTER years of designer breeding, the ‘ultimate result’ has been achieved. Having purchased specific stallions and mares, breeder Kerrie Hymers is thrilled with the new arrival of a unique filly. The youngster is believed to be Australia’s – and perhaps the world’s – only registered palomino standardbred! As such,... Read more
    Boom pacer not returning to Oz
    A RETURN home is not on the cards for boom pacer Turn It Up. A Vicbred purchase from the Melbourne Australian Pacing Gold Sale, Turn It Up was a brilliant winner of last night’s Auckland Cup. Despite the lure of Aussie riches on offer during the next two months,... Read more
    Siblings’ remarkable connection continues
    IT’S been documented, although not completely understood, some siblings have a remarkable, somewhat psychic connection. There have been cases of siblings being separated at a young age yet somehow finding each other and learning they’ve had almost identical experiences. Or a twin knowing something has gone wrong with his... Read more
    Long term plans uncertain with promising pacer
    PLANS remain uncertain with Persimmon despite his impressive form. Successful at three of his five starts this season – while finishing second in the other two – Persimmon was an effortless winner of last night’s Inner City Pace in Maitland. Despite Persimmon’s stellar form since arriving at his stable,... Read more
    Late Christmas gift or New Year’s resolution?
    IT’S not clear whether the postman has dropped off a late Christmas present or a potential New Year’s resolution, but today has netted a grand delivery for harness racing enthusiasts across the nation. Along with the humdrum items, the ‘postie’ has slipped this season’s Australian Pacing Gold catalogue into... Read more
    Tiger set to stalk key features
    AMBITIOUS plans have been laid out for promising pacer Rackemup Tigerpie following his victory in Ballarat last night. Racing in sensational form this campaign, Rackemup Tigerpie proved too slick for a solid field in the Lightning Sprint. Stretching his record to 10 wins and two placings from his last... Read more
    Trainer adds another string to bow
    PREMIER horsewoman Emma Stewart added another string to her ever impressive bow at Tabcorp Park Melton last night. Custodian of numerous records, Stewart registered her maiden Group One victory with a trotter. In what is just her second win with a squaregaiter, Alpha Male captured the Home Grown Classic... Read more
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