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July 26- October 10

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Menin Gate to tackle Breeders Crown heat
Star harness racing pacer Menin Gate, trained at Shelbourne by Larry Eastman for a group of owners from Birchip in the Mallee, will take on a field of 3yo male pacers in Heat 10 of the IRT Breeders Crown for 3yo colts and geldings at Lord’s Raceway on Thursday night....
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Big boost for Big Jim
Today was Industry Day at Grand River Raceway, Ontario and saw the running of their two premier pacing events - the Battle Of Waterloo for the two-year-old colts and the Battle Of The Belles for the two-year-old fillies....
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I was desperate for winners: Sam Kavanagh
A desperate Sam Kavanagh admits he went outside the rules to try to end a frustrating run of second placings by his horses. That desperation led to him to contact Dr Adam Matthews, a former employee of the Flemington Equine Clinic who Kavanagh says arranged for his horses to be treated by harness racing identity John Camilleri....
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Duggan on fire at Hobart
Ricky Duggan might have to be content with finishing second on this season's driver's premiership but he managed to reduce the margin on Gareth Rattray by two at the harness racing meeting at  UBET Park in Hobart on Sunday night....
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Manners the key in Redwood Classic win
High Gait who was denied in the Harness Jewels by former stablemate Missandei gained a deserved reward when she led all the way in the Redwood Classic at Maryborough on Sunday....
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Muscles Yankee filly wins the Redwood Classic
Master harness racing trainer Mark Purdon became a two-time Seelite Windows and Doors Redwood Classic winner today at Maryborough....
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Kiwi breds trifecta the Victoria Trotting Derby
The big harness racing day at Maryborough today with its sole focus on the straight out trotter is akin to the holy grail for followers of the squaregaiter....
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Favourites dominate $60,000 finals
The $60,000 Southern Cross Finals for harness racing three year olds were held at Port Pirie last night and both the Colts/geldings and fillies divisions fell to warm favourites....
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Billinger on fire in Southern Cross Finals
Last night Port Pirie stepped onto harness racing's big stage when it hosted this years finals of the $60,000 Southern Cross series....
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Alleluia awesome winning Redcliffe Cup
Exciting four-year-old Alleluia produced an outstanding effort to claim tonight’s (Saturday) harness racing Gr.2 $50,000 Moreton Bay Regional Council Redcliffe Gold Cup....
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Doubles for Sugars and Turnbull at Melton
The nation’s leading reinsman Greg Sugars and Shepparton harness racing trainer Amanda Turnbull both had winning doubles at Tabcorp Park Melton on Friday night....
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San Carlo makes it four from four
On a night dominated by close finishes it was the blow-out margin in the last tonight at Tabcorp Park Melton that had many harness racing pundits salivating....
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Junior driver creates favourable impression
The new harness racing season gets underway tomorrow with the running of the Kurow meeting at Oamaru and it is the race meeting that sees the first appearance on raceday of the Mid Canterbury junior driver John Morrison....
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" Happy Birthday"
Another birthday for our four legged harness racing friends who provide us with so much enjoyment and pleasure....
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"Pup" Hulston has another handy trotter
Well known Canterbury breeder and owner Graham "Pup" Hulston has bred and raced a lot of smart racehorses over the years, some at group level....
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Twelve horse fields for NSW
In accordance with the Strategic Plan, Harness Racing New South Wales is endeavouring to increase the field sizes for all races run across the state. From September 1 the longer circuits in NSW will see field sizes increased from ten to twelve runners. HRNSW CEO John Dumesny confirmed the decision had been made to increase wagering turnover which will see the industry receive more money in return....
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Trotters take centre stage this weekend
The trotters take centre stage this weekend as Maryborough and Harness Racing Victoria celebrate the time-honoured Redwood Carnival. ...
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Dream season coming to an end
A dream season for one of the country's most prolific harness racing owners ended on Friday but there's no time for rest....
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Phil Williamson has three juveniles in maiden trot
It is not unusual for leading harness racing trainer Phil Williamson to have multiple entries in trotting races but tonight at Addington, Phil has three two year olds entered in the maiden trot which is not something that happens that often....
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A lot expected of Angus Hall debutante
Champion New Zealand jockey James McDonald is not a name usually associated with harness racing but that will all change tonight at Alexandra Park when the Angus Hall debutante Angus Bolt steps onto the track for the first time....
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Sprint lanes to be introduced in NSW
Harness Racing New South Wales has confirmed sprint lanes will be introduced at three more tracks across the state. The new tracks at Wagga and Tamworth will have sprint lanes while HRNSW CEO John Dumesny has announced an ongoing discussion will continue with the Goulburn Club about a sprint lane being introduced at its track....
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Sundon continues to build that legacy
Harness racing breeders in Australasia saw the passing of the great racehorse and sire Sundon this year but his impact on breeding downunder continues to grow....
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Greg Sugars bags his 2000th winner
Greg Sugars has 2000 career winners on the board after a winning double at the harness racing meeting at Tabcorp Park Melton today....
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Giants keeping 'pace' with the competition
Former Australian cricketers Ricky Ponting and Mark Waugh, Manly fullback Brett Stewart, Canberra Raiders captain Jarrod Croker, Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley, former Adelaide Crows coach Brenton Sanderson and leading Sydney jockey Tommy Berry have one thing in common. They all have been, or are currently, owners in the sport of harness racing....
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Kiwis draw poorly on Redwood Day
Redwood Day at Maryborough this Sunday is one of most keenly anticipated dates on the Australian harness racing calendar....
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