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    Hughes makes it a double for Missen
    TAMWORTH trainer Tony Missen and young reinsman Blake Hughes, who accepted the drives for the stable, made an impressive combination at last week’s Narrabri Carnival of Cups meeting in taking out two of the feature races on the program. The duo had success with Hand Writer and I’m So... Read more
    Sutton bounces straight back into the spotlight
    ACCOMPLISHED Dubbo reinsman James Sutton made a welcome return to the winner’s circle at last weekend’s Narrabri Carnival of Cups meeting. It was Sutton’s first drive back from a six-month break and, in his own words, he was worried he might be a bit rusty. Sutton was taking the... Read more
    O’Sullivan still one of harness racing’s leading ‘Raiders’
    Mini trotters a feature of Easter
    SURE, the Queenslanders may have been missing, with COVID restrictions keeping them away from one of the biggest weekends of the year for the mini trotters. Yet the 2021 NSW Mini Trotting Championships, traditionally run on the Easter Long Weekend, were still labelled a huge success for the young... Read more
    Hart-felt milestone for Cameron
    POPULAR reinsman Cameron Hart enjoyed a happy homecoming yesterday. Heading close to home for yesterday’s Wagga meeting, Hart registered his initial Group One win in a Riverina Championship. Hart gained a ‘catch’ drive behind Techys Angel, which blitzed her rivals in the Final for four and five-year-old mares. “I’m... Read more
    Well-earned break for star pacer
    ONE is heading for a spell, while the other is likely to be taken interstate. Discussing plans for his stable’s two feature winners from this afternoon, Anthony Butt revealed Wolf Stride has run his last race this campaign, while Perfect Stride is destined to cross the border into South... Read more
    Wolf to take Group One in his stride
    RACE ONE: It will be a case of returning to reality after being on a ‘high’ for the past week, as far as, Temora trainer Ray Walker is concerned. Walker prepared the Bathurst Gold Crown winner Mister Rea, which he bred and also parts owns, but it will be... Read more
    Harmey to tick off ‘bucket list’ item
    RACE ONE: A tough program of competitive racing awaits the punter, but there should be sufficient value to ensure we land on the right side of the ledger. Trainer Darren Elder has enjoyed plenty of success at this particular venue so it is hard to go past ROCKTAGONAL (9),... Read more
    Hedges enjoying life in ‘the Valley’
    More riches in store for classy colt
    HAVING secured a well-earned Group One, classy youngster Idyllic will be given the opportunity to add another major to his tally in coming weeks. With two placings and a hard fought fifth from his three previous top shelf appearances, Idyllic “cracked a big one” in last night’s Bathurst Gold... Read more
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