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  • Riverina boy lines up for a treble
    FORMER Riverina horseman Jason Grimson finds it hard to fly under the radar these days. His skill both as a reinsman and a trainer are beginning to catch the eye of many in the industry as the winners continue to roll in. And while some of our leading stables... Read more
    Winning is in their blood

    Winning is in their blood

    August 10, 2020

    IT was a big decision to make, yet brothers Tim and Anthony Butt have very few regrets over leaving their homeland of New Zealand to chase the spoils on offer in Australia. The Butt boys come from a famous harness racing family in the Shaky Isles and did not... Read more
    Wonson unmasked . . . and how he’s holding it all together at Menangle
    Here’s a young lady hitting her straps
    The King is back in town

    The King is back in town

    August 4, 2020

    Collective sigh of relief from Vic participants
    VICTORIAN participants released a collective sigh of relief this afternoon. Waiting with bated breath to see if the state government would shut the industry down, licence holders were comforted by news racing will continue. Last night the Premier announced metro areas will enter stage four lockdowns, which include being... Read more
    Plenty of initiative from this young driver
    Youngster bounces back from horror fall
    ELLY Chapple has made a gallant return to harness racing after being on the sidelines since March as a result of injuries the young Moonbi reinswoman sustained in a horrendous race fall at an Inverell. Chapple was knocked unconscious and sustained injuries which required her to be airlifted to... Read more
    Enduring partnership to strike at Penrith
    HARNESS Racing in Sydney has had some wonderful associations between trainer and driver. One such union evolved around 15 years ago when Ian Wilson and Jim Douglass got together and, since that time, they have combined to win plenty of races going back to the days of racing at... Read more
    Jack adds to a Dubbo ‘dynasty’
    BATHURST has its harness racing ‘dynasties’ with the names Turnbull, Hewitt and even McCarthy springing to mind. And these days Dubbo has its own dynasty – the Pays. There’s Greg, who started it all. Then there’s Brett, Michael, Dean and more recently there’s 21-year-old Tom and now we can... Read more
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