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The Red Mile 2015 Standardbred Meet:
July 26- October 10


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Australian & New Zealand Harness News

Kiwi Inter heat dumped from series
Due to the small number of New Zealand nominations remaining in this year’s Inter Dominion there will be no harness racing heat run at Addington. ...
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Steroid testing - Yearling Sales
Throughout December 2014 and January 2015, Harness Racing Victoria Stewards and veterinarians have been collecting out of competition blood samples from yearlings scheduled to be sold at the upcoming Australian Pacing Gold (APG) Sales in Melbourne on Sunday 1 February 2015....
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Hall sticking with My Hard Copy
Harness racing’s man of the moment Clint Hall has opted to drive My Hard Copy in preference to four stablemates in Friday night’s Lord Mayor’s Cup at Gloucester Park....
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Beautide firms as favourite for $400,000 Cup
Despite several setbacks and a lack of racing, Beautide has been installed favourite for what promises to be one of the most exciting harness racing events of the season – Saturday night’s Victoria Cup....
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The Field of Dreams
If you build it, they will come. Bringing together Victoria’s two biggest summer gems – the TAB Victoria Cup and the Del-Re National Food Group Hunter Cup – has resulted in what long-time harness racing pundits are describing as the greatest ever Victorian Cup field....
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The fairer sex dominate Goulburn Cup day
With more than one third of the harness racing season now completed it is no surprise to see the two leading drivers in New South Wales are females. Lauren Panella and Amanda Turnbull have already driven more than 140 NSW winners between them this season and with fellow driver Amy Day, the trio dominated the big meeting at Goulburn on Monday afternoon driving six of the eight winners....
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Family that just keeps producing quality
The harness racing sales in New Zealand continue to go from strength to strength on the quality front and this years Australasian Classic Sale is no exception being chock full of quality individuals....
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Easy On The Eye looking at Victorian mission
Former kiwi pacer Easy On The Eye will be aimed at the Hunter Cup after his win in Monday's Frank and Edna Day Goulburn Cup. The Shane Tritton trained gelding led throughout to record his second Australian win but his 17th victory overall....
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Tough draw for defending Cup champ
For A Reason’s prospects of joining an elite harness racing fraternity have been hampered by a shocking draw in Saturday night’s Victoria Cup....
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Consecutive Cups for Rattray
Stowport harness racing trainer Andrew Rawlings celebrated his biggest win this season when Musselroe Bay stormed home to capture the Norske Skog New Norfolk Cup over 2950 metres at Kensington Park yesterday....
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Timeslot switch coupled with stake increase
The twilight harness racing meeting scheduled for Hobart next Sunday has been switched to an afternoon timeslot, and as such, the program will receive full coverage on Sky1....
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Two ‘new’ winners for Changeover
Former New Zealand harness racing champion Changeover has jumped into fourth position on this season’s NZ 3YO Sires premiership with 12 individual winners following a double last weekend....
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Harness review and HRV enter a new era
The Metropolitan and Country Harness Racing Association (MACHRA) in conjunction with Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) and 979FM advise that the long running radio program Harness Review tonight enters a new phase....
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Art Major filly has "Blue Blood" pedigree
With the harness racing sales getting closer we will continue to review offerings from several of the major vendors....
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Mark Jones victim of unfair system
Harness racing in New Zealand continues to have problems with its judicial system and the just released decision regarding Mark Jones and the Remiss blood TCO2 levels case is further proof in our opinion that the system is failing the people who are the principal stakeholders in this industry....
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Nathan's rich vein of form continues
Nathan Williamson has been on fire since the Gore meeting just after Xmas and Saturday at  Invercargill was another stellar day for the young harness racing trainer....
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Scott Phelan starts the new year in style
Harness racing returned to Alexandra Park for the first time this year and Scott Phelan quickly made his mark for the new year with a smart winning drive on Prince Of Pops....
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Art Major's 3 year olds having a stellar year
Harness racing stallions have there ups and downs throughout their careers but every now and then they leave a crop that is just one out of the box....
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Studholme Park- A history of continuing excellence
Brian West has been preparing horses for the harness racing yearling sales longer than he would care to admit and knows that there are so many variables that can affect the result on the day....
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