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  • Racing Tips
    That’s the start we were hoping for
    Sad passing of another of our great horsemen
    ONE of harness racing’s well-presented nice guys and very successful trainer-driver, William Edward (Bill) Hansell passed away last week after a short illness. Bill was 89. Bill grew up in the tough eras. He began driving in the mid-1950s; trained and drove in the extremely-competitive decades of the 1950s,... Read more
    The legend lives on through the Adams family
    All the winners on a big Saturday night at Tabcorp Park Menangle
    RACE ONE: Former Kiwi ROBYNS PLAYBOY (8) returns to the track following two disappointing Inter Dominion heat appearances, both resulting in the talented son of Shadow Play finishing at the rear of the field. Trainer KerryAnn Morris aborted the third round, electing to send the 6yo to the paddock.... Read more
    World’s richest harness race for Menangle
    AUSTRALIA will host the world’s richest harness race. In a lavish launch on Sydney Harbour today, Harness Racing Australia unveiled its newest race, the $2.1 million The TAB Eureka. The inaugural running will be at Club Menangle over 2300m, starting on September 2, next year. The TAB Eureka prize... Read more
    Aussie too good in USA again
    FORMER Australian pacer Shoobee Doo improved to two-for-two at Harrington Raceway this season with an easy win in the $20,000 Open Pace last night. Driven by Corey Callahan, Shoobee Doo made the lead on wet conditions as the 1-to-9 favourite at the opening quarter in 27.3 seconds, with long... Read more
    Aussie pacer too good in USA
    FORMER Australian pacer Shoobee Doo proved too good for his opposition at Harrington Raceway yesterday. Trained by Dylan Davis, who co-owns the gelding with Michael Casalino, Shoobee was a wire-to-wire winner in the $20,000 Open Pace. Driven by Corey Callahan, the seven-year-old controlled the pace from his rail post... Read more
    Kiwi star set for American debut
    NEW Zealand-bred mare Amazing Dream is ready to begin what her connections hope is an amazing journey in North America. Sent from the Shaky Isles to trainer Linda Toscano, the six-year-old arrived in February with 24 wins — including 10 Group Ones — and more than $1million in earnings.... Read more
    Bring on The Race, we’re ready
    Flemington to become harness racing’s new home
    IN A move that will launch a new era for harness racing, Flemington is poised to become the industry’s metropolitan home. After almost two decades of no movement on the return to the Ascot Vale Showgrounds, authorities have struck a deal with the thoroughbred code to host meetings at... Read more
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