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    ONE of the stars of the show at Wayville in 2017, leading reinsman Ken Rogers hopes to shine brightly when racing returns to the ‘retro’ venue next week. Home of South Australian harness racing from 1925 to 1973, Wayville was revived for an award-winning extravaganza on October 27, 2017.... Read more
    More interstate raids on the card
    STAR South Australian pacer Emain Macha has added another Victorian country cup to his growing collection. Triumphant in last season’s Swan Hill and Wedderburn Cups, Emain Macha captured St Arnaud’s flagship event three weeks ago. As for his latest success the Greg Scholefield-trained gelding upstaged a solid field in the... Read more
    Father knows best!

    Father knows best!

    November 25, 2019

    IT DOESN’T matter how old you are, if you have kids of your own or even if you are the chairman of a state governing body – you’re never too old to do what your Dad tells you! That’s something Chris Hartwig discovered when attending the 2018 Allwood South... Read more
    New board members announced

    New board members announced

    November 22, 2019

    SOUTH Australian Minister for Racing Corey Wingard has endorsement three members to join the Harness Racing South Australia board of directors. Following a thorough selection process, Marc Taintey, Emma Grigson-Gair and George Fiacchi will be appointed to the board soon, with their collective experience and fresh ideas bring with... Read more
    Troubled club hoping for Christmas miracle
    ANOTHER deadline has been missed in the long-running Globe Derby land sale saga. Having found itself in millions of dollars debt, the South Australian Harness Racing Club committee elected to sell a portion of its unused land to raise money. As such, a section was sold to a developer... Read more
    Veteran thriving under new rating system
    VETERAN pacer The Octagon’s form can be attributed to the National Rating System according to trainer Franca Carbone. Finding it difficult against higher classed opposition last season, The Octagon has won three of his four starts this term, with a second also to his credit. Pleased to see the... Read more
    Premiership winner’s three state hat-trick
    MULTIPLE premiership winning horseman Joe Carbone is riding the quest of a wave thanks to a string of wins spread across three states. Although he has been South Australia’s leading trainer on numerous occasions, Carbone’s victories came as an owner. “I stopped training quite a few years ago now,... Read more
    Lucky to ‘getaway’ with maiden victory
    LIGHTLY-RACED mare Carol Mccoy was lucky to ‘getaway’ with her maiden victory during the weekend. Having her third start, the four-year-old registered a narrow win at Port Pirie for trainer Leah Harvey. Pleased to see the daughter of Grinfromeartoear grace the winners’ circle, Harvey believes Carol Mccoy is capable... Read more
    Chairman ousted in board reshuffle
    DEDICATED chairman Gary Crocker has been ousted from his position with Harness Racing South Australia. As part of a financial arrangement with the state government, HRSA’s board was to undergo a reshuffle. The government pledged $24million for the three codes over the next four years, with harness racing’s share... Read more
    First step towards a slice of history
    CLASSY pacer Emain Macha took the first step towards a slice of history yesterday. Recently-crowned South Australian Horse of the Year, Emain Macha captured the St Arnaud Cup for trainer Greg Scholefield. As such, the son of Safari has not only begun his title defence, but is on track... Read more
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