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    ‘I’ll know when it’s time to go,’ says Lang GAVIN Lang pauses and smiles when asked why he continues...
    Wicked Nights scores at Wagga
    CONSISTENT mare Shadesoff hit the outright lead in the Wagga pacer of the year title on Tuesday night with...
    Jason Proctor guides Jay Kay A Flyin home to make it a marvellous four wins for the night for the Hunter Valley ace
    Proctor takes charge with a quartet! HE’S done it before and he will do it again! Hunter Valley reinsman Jason Proctor...
    Shartin supplementary fee a wise investment
    PAYING the supplementary fee to have Shartin eligible for the Breeders’ Crown at Pocono Downs is shaping as a wise investment. In order to have the Australian feature winner eligible for the prestigious event connections had to part with a $US31,250 cheque ahead of today’s eliminations. Thanks to her... Read more
    Superstar’s farewell tour continues
    THE world’s richest pacer, Foiled Again, will make a stop on his farewell tour at Harrington Raceway on Monday. The venerable pacer is in his last year of racing at age 14, and will compete in the third race on the program. Connections will then make the gelding available... Read more
    Tara chasing another Cup win

    Tara chasing another Cup win

    October 17, 2018

    FRESH from his demolition of last weekend’s Victoria Cup, Tiger Tara will back-up at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Saturday night. Stating the stallion “pulled up like he didn’t even have a run”, trainer Kevin Pizzuto has entered Tiger Tara in the Les Chant Cup over 2300 metres. The son... Read more
    Trans Tasman trip on the card
    CLASSY trotter Tornado Valley took a major step towards securing a New Zealand campaign when successful at Tabcorp Park Melton tonight. First-up since July 21, Tornado Valley captured the Bill Collins Sprint for trainer Andy Gath. Naturally thrilled with the gelding’s effort, Gath will utilise the Chris Howe Free-For-All... Read more
    Aussie feature winner continues to shine in US
    FORMER Australian feature winner Shartin continues to impress in the US. Claiming the mantle as the northern hemisphere’s premier mare since her arrival, Shartin was successful in yesterday’s Allerage Farms Mare Pace at The Red Mile. The feature was the five-year-old’s 16th win from 21 American starts, with her... Read more
    Took a near world record time to beat Lazarus
    IT TOOK a near world record performance to beat sensational pacer Lazarus in the $179,000 Allerage Farms Open Pace at the Red Mile this morning. As their intriguing rivalry continues, McWicked covered the mile in a breathtaking 1:46.2 to score by a length from the former New Zealander. Filibuster... Read more
    Eagle one to watch after qualifier
    FORMER pacing superstar He’s Watching has begun his stud career in fine fashion by siring the first two-year-old qualifier of the season in New Zealand. Eagle Watch looked impressive when finishing a close second to his three-year-old stablemate About Turn at Cambridge yesterday. The mile rate was a good... Read more
    Captain takes command at Yearling Sale
    FORMER superstar pacer Captaintreacherous was in high demand at the Lexington Selected Yearling Sale yesterday. Whether it be a youngster related to or sired by the multi-millionaire, the Captaintreacherous connection was a highly sought-after commodity – including the sales topper! A colt by Somebeachsomewhere from Worldly Treasure went under the hammer... Read more
    First Trotters’ Inter rankings released
    NO STRANGER to claiming Victorian-based majors, New Zealand squaregaiter Speeding Spur is the top ranked nomination for the Trotters’ Inter Dominion. Harness Racing Victoria released the first round rankings just moment ago, with Speeding Spur heading the list of 88 hopefuls. Making a return after being dumped from the... Read more
    First Inter Dominion rankings released
    HARNESS Racing Victoria has released the first rankings for the upcoming Inter Dominion. Scheduled to begin with heats at Tabcorp Park Melton on December 1, the Championship is returning to Melbourne after a decade-long absence. Nominations were finalised earlier this week, with 104 hopefuls vying for a berth in... Read more
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