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  • Dillon makes it a bumper night for Boserio
    A COUNTRY trainer notching 150 winners is always newsworthy. So, it was a special moment from veteran trainer John Boserio on Wednesday night at Bathurst when Holy Camp Dillon gave him his 150th career victory. Driven by the in-form Anthony Frisby, the three-year-old gelding made good use of his... Read more
    Codi’s getting back to her best
    PROMISING young driver Codi Rauchenberger has experienced a frustrating run over the past eight months after being badly injured in a race fall at Redcliffe. Codi sustained severe fractures to her wrist and collarbone, both requiring surgery, which unfortunately sidelined her just when she was making a name for... Read more
    Happy to give ‘juniors’ their shot at glory
    WITH more than 40 horses in work at his Menangle base, former New Zealand horseman Anthony Butt is arguably one of the hardest-working trainers in New South Wales. And most of the horses in the stable which commonly have the word “Stride” in their name are owned by prominent... Read more
    It’s no ‘Mistery’, it’s a purple patch
    TRAINERS in any code of racing strive for consistent results at the track, whether they have a big establishment or a boutique stable, at the end of the day, winning is the name of the game. Bathurst horseman John Boserio is one that would be placed in the boutique... Read more
    16 runners makes for a busy day
    NULKABA trainer Clayton Harmey will be looking to continue his good run of success when racing returns to Newcastle Paceway this afternoon. Based in the Cessnock area, Harmey is still savouring his first group one win a little over a week ago when he combined with talented young reinsman... Read more
    Sutton gets his chance to shine
    DUBBO trainer-driver James Sutton is not a name widely known in harness racing, but the emerging young horseman has proven he possesses plenty of talent. Over the past decade, Sutton has had his fair share of success throughout the Western District, firstly introduced to the sport by his father... Read more
    Jared ‘fit’ enough to be a contender
    AT the beginning of April, Jared Kahlefeldt’s world was turned upside down. The Covid19 pandemic abruptly shut down his highly-regarded and well-patronised Fitness Centre in the heart of Wagga and to date, a decision on when gymnasiums will be allowed to re-open in the state is unknown. The gym... Read more
    Boserio nearing a magical mark
    BATHURST hosted an eight-race program on Wednesday night, with trainers Bernie Hewitt and John Boserio, along with drivers Doug Hewitt and Amanda Turnbull, notching up doubles. Father-son combination Bernie and Doug Hewitt took out races one and seven, courtesy of Bettor Sport and Carla Jane. On both occasions, Doug... Read more
    Ryan ready to make his mark
    FOUR years ago, prominent trainer Shane Sanderson made one of the biggest decisions of his harness racing career when he decided to move his family from their Queensland base to chase the bigger spoils on offer in Sydney. Sanderson’s decision was made easier when Club Menangle developed its state-of-the... Read more
    Bottom’s up for GD Lodge
    By MICHAEL DUMESNY AS the harness racing industry works through the difficult period of Covid19, it is business as usual at GD Lodge. Based at The Lagoon 15 kilometres south west of Bathurst and right in the centre of a harness racing heartland, the team is headed up by... Read more
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