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    Last link to halcyon days sold
    A UNIQUE property in Ascot Vale, believed to be the last link to the golden era of harness racing, was sold today. Owned by the same family for more than six decades, the plot is a throwback to a period when suburban stables were wide spread and a regular... Read more
    Australian Pacing Gold heat domination
    AS SHE has on numerous occasions, premier horsewoman Emma Stewart made a clean sweep of a race series’ heats at Tabcorp Park Melton last night. Appearing to have access to an endless supply of talented pacers, Stewart has dominated qualifiers in recent years, with her stock going on to... Read more
    Strong hand in APG heats

    Strong hand in APG heats

    April 13, 2018

    PREMIER trainer Emma Stewart is poised to play a strong role in tonight’s Australian Pacing Gold heats at Tabcorp Park Melton. Renowned for being an active bidder at the APG Sales, Stewart has five runners engaged in the colts’ and geldings’ qualifies. Stewart also has Fiscal Fantasy, which finished... Read more
    Potential bargain on the market
    FOR those who showed initial interest, and those who are now interested, a potential bargain is still for sale. Advertising an unraced trotter via social media, astute horseman Rickie Alchin received “a few inquiries” but no serious offers for the youngster. With the son of Majestic Son remaining in... Read more
    Still a Knight to remember
    TODAY marks the anniversary of the great Vin Knight’s death, so to remember his record-breaking feats and flamboyant nature, we are publishing a fantastic read thanks to the archives of another late great, Bob Cain. The article was originally posted on our sister website, Harness News, last year…..enjoy!  ... Read more
    Near death accident may have saved trainer’s life
    IN AN amazing chain of events, Tony Peacock’s death defying accident may have saved his life! Working a two-year-old around his Moama property just before Christmas, Peacock was catapulted from the sulky before landing vertically on his head. As a result of the impact Peacock broke his neck between... Read more
    Promising squaregaiter lucky to be alive
    FOR a horse which is lucky to be alive and racing in the wrong gait, Prosthesis is in pretty good form. Injuring his leg close to his appointment at the yearling sales, the gelding then did his best to re-injure himself before his second sale booking. As such, the... Read more
    Trainer’s misfortune could be your good fortune
    ONE person’s misfortune could be your good fortune during Sunday’s Australian Pacing Gold Sale. Originally looking to sell several yearlings during APG’s Sydney Sale last February, Tony Peacock missed the opportunity due to a track accident which almost claimed his life. Working a two-year-old around his Moama property just... Read more
    Record breaker back in action
    AUSTRALASIA’S fastest pacer My Field Marshal faces a tough task in his return to racing at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Saturday night. Kept fresh since his record-breaking Miracle Mile triumph six weeks ago, My Field Marshal has drawn the outside of the front row in the Brian Hancock Cup.... Read more
    Astute trainer hoping for omen connection
    ASTUTE horseman Craig Hayes hopes the APG connection can prove an omen in Sunday night’s Tasmania Derby in Hobart. Hayes will contest the Blue Riband with impressive youngster Semowillrev, which is a graduate of the 2016 Australian Pacing Gold Sale. Last season Hayes captured the Derby with rising star... Read more
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