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  • 6000 WINS AND NO RETIREMENT ON THE CARDS FOR THE ‘ICE MAN’
    ‘I’ll know when it’s time to go,’ says Lang GAVIN Lang pauses and smiles when asked why he continues...
    Thompson glad that he had a Bitgoingon
      JOHN DUNNE FORMER South Australian pacer Abitgoingonhere broke his metropolitan maiden status when he scored a well-deserved win...
    WAYVILLE GOES BACK TO THE FUTURE TO ATTRACT NEW FANS
    A ‘BACK To The Future’ promotion by Harness Racing South Australia has proved an outstanding success. Under the guidance...
    Trotter thriving on the Apple Isle
    RACING in Tasmania appears to agree with All Over The Stars which continued his unbeaten start to the season when successful in Launceston last night. Winner of his three starts for the term, the Rohan Hillier-trained trotter boasts four wins from eight outings since arriving on the Apple Isle.... Read more
    Back mark not a major concern
    A TOUGH back mark has done little to dent trainer Adam Emery’s confidence ahead of tonight’s Launceston program. Emery will be represented by in-form trotter Ten Caisses which is the sole starter from the 40-metre handicap. Winner of the first squaregaiter’s event in Tasmania for more than nine decades... Read more
    Rising star’s tough first-up assignment
    A TOUGH first-up assignment awaits rising star Scooterwillrev in Launceston on Friday night. Returning from a two-month break, the Australian Pacing Gold purchase will begin from the 30-metre back mark in the Show Cup. Adding to the arduous task is a large field to negotiate and only 2200 metres... Read more
    Rising star claims top honours
    RISING star Ignatius has been named Tasmania Horse of the Year. Owned by Lyrae Rattray the gelding was a popular choice among attendees at Tasracing’s annual function at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Launceston. Successful at 11 of his 13 starts for the term, with a second also to... Read more
    Drawn to maintain perfect record
    A FAVOURABLE draw should enable Mornings to maintain her perfect Tasmanian record in Hobart on Friday night. Successful at her three starts on the Apple Isle for trainer Ben Yole, Mornings has drawn to lead throughout from barrier three. Thrilled with the addition to his stable, Yole rates the... Read more
    Classy pacer to return to best

    Classy pacer to return to best

    September 26, 2018

    CLASSY Tasmanian Im Compliant is expected to have little trouble returning to the winners’ circle in Launceston tonight. Successful at his first six starts after arriving from New Zealand, Im Compliant finished fourth as a short-priced favourite during his latest outing on August 24. Found to be suffering from... Read more
    Cobalt disqualification reduced

    Cobalt disqualification reduced

    September 24, 2018

    VETERAN trainer Ken Rattray has had a minor victory in his appeal against disqualification. Last March Tasracing stewards charged Rattray pursuant to AHRR 190(1),(2) and (4) for failing to present Destreos free of the prohibited substance Cobalt. Stewards concluded their case in June, which resulted in Rattray being disqualified... Read more
    Immigrant proves too slick in mainland raid
    VICTORIANS may want to cancel Illegal Immigrant’s import notice. Making a hit-and-run raid to the mainland, Illegal Immigrant proved too slick at Tabcorp Park Melton last night. Thrilled with the well-bred gelding’s performance trainer Troy Hillier is considering taking Illegal Immigrant back across Bass Strait later in the season.... Read more
    You never know what you’re going to get
    PROMINENT trainer Todd Rattray believes handy pacer Hayleys Comet is harness racing’s version of a box of chocolates. As Forrest Gump ever-so-eloquently explained “you never know what you’re going to get” when opening a box of chocolates. Although he is racing in solid form, Hayleys Comet is also like... Read more
    Demon ready to fire

    Demon ready to fire

    September 11, 2018

    IN-FORM pacer Demonstrative is in a strong position to complete a hat-trick in Hobart on Sunday night. Winner of his last two starts, Demonstrative has drawn three, with trainer Eric Jacobson confident the son of Western Ideal can continue his winning ways. “He’s been up for a while, but... Read more
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