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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...
    Tiger heading south after change of plans
    COLOURFUL trainer Kevin Pizzuto has had another change of heart. Originally looking to contest Saturday night’s Cranbourne Cup with Tiger Tara, Pizzuto decided against the trip following the stallion’s win at Tabcorp Park Menangle last weekend. By the time acceptances for the Victorian-based feature were due this morning, Pizzuto... Read more
    Rising star claims top Victorian honours
    RISING star pacer Jilliby Kung Fu has been named Victorian Horse of the Year. Following an interrupted, yet highly-successful, 2017/18 season, Jilliby Kung Fu was bestowed the honour by Harness Racing Victoria just moments ago. Trained by Marg Lee, the Australian Pacing Gold graduate won five of his eight... Read more
    Huge wraps on lightly-raced youngster
    “HE’S as good as any of the three-year-olds in the stable!” That’s the high praise from trainer Emma Stewart when discussing unbeaten Australian Pacing Gold purchase Demon Delight. Especially considering her team includes Group One winners and fellow APG graduates Hurricane Harley and Centenario, which was named 2017/18 Victorian... Read more
    Answer is quite simple following win!
    HIS name is a question which is easily answered following Whats In The Esky’s victory at Tabcorp Park Melton last night. Unbeaten from three starts this season, Whats In The Esky made sure there is an abundance of premium refreshments in the iconic Aussie cooler this morning! “We couldn’t... Read more
    Inter Dominion favourite “very doubtful”
    INTER Dominion favourite Chicago Bull is “very doubtful” to contest the Championship. Having previously discussed his concerns about the series, trainer Gary Hall stated he is leaning towards withdrawing Chicago Bull from the Victorian-based event. Along with the busy campaign he has mapped out for the son of Bettors... Read more
    Former star completes stellar comeback
    HIS long term destination has been established but the way there hasn’t been determined. Hoping to have comeback pacer Menin Gate qualify for the upcoming Inter Dominion, trainer Michael Stanley is yet to establish the route the former top youngster will take on his way to the Championship. Heats... Read more
    No further action against committee members
    HARNESS Racing Victoria has accepted a recommendation by an independent panel to take no further action against two Maryborough Harness Racing Club officials despite both admitting to knowingly furnishing false information to the board. The independent panel found that the action taken by HRV in 2016 to direct the Maryborough Harness... Read more
    Group One winner returning from injury
    FORMER top youngster Menin Gate will take the first step towards resurrecting his career when he heads to Swan Hill tonight. The premier performer of his crop as a three-year-old, Menin Gate was considered a rising star but has failed to meet expectations. Crowned 2015 Victorian Horse of the... Read more
    Former classy trotter now a father
    FORMER classy trotter Cardigan Boko has become a father! Almost a year to the day after he was officially retired Cardigan Boko has sired a daughter. The filly is the first foal from lightly-raced mare Landoras Girl, which is a half-sister to Group One winner One Muscle Hill. The... Read more
    Kiwi pacer a major Inter rankings mover
    KIWI pacer Forgotten Highway has been the biggest mover in the latest round of Inter Dominion rankings. Released by Harness Racing Victoria this morning, the second list has seen five pacers scratched, with Tact Tate the most notable absentee. Ranked 12th during the first round, Tact Tate has been... Read more
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