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Just when Australia appeared set to concede the Seelite Windows & Doors Inter Dominion Trotting Championship to the Kiwis, I Didn't Do It put his hand up as the horse to repel the harness racing invasion.

Highview Tommy played the role of party pooper when he caused the biggest upset in Ballarat Cup history at Bray Raceway on Saturday night. The $125,000 Group 1 PETstock Ballarat Pacing Cup brought together Australian harness racing's undisputed king, Smoken Up, and the heir apparent, Sushi Sushi, but it was the despised outsider who went away with the prize.

For a horse who has spent his entire career in the spotlight, Auckland Reactor could hardly have found a less pressured environment in which to return to harness racing than Ballarat tomorrow night.

The stage is set for an epic harness racing showdown. The Gr.1 $125,000 Petstock Ballarat Pacing Cup will feature the first time clash between heavyweights Smoken Up and Sushi Sushi at Bray Raceway.

The mouth watering PETstock Ballarat Pacing Cup clash between Smoken Up and Sushi Sushi has been blessed by a dream barrier draw at Bray Raceway this morning. After weeks of conjecture, Australia's greatest harness racing pacer will meet his heir apparent in what will be their only contest this season and the draw should ensure it's a battle for the ages.

Ballarat based harness racing owner Brendan James is daring to dream after star stayer Jaccka Clive claimed his second Choice Hotels Country Cup this term at Shepparton Saturday night.

On Tuesday morning Harness Racing Victoria will revive their stunningly successful live streaming technology to broadcast barrier draws for the PETstock Ballarat Pacing Cup from Bray Raceway.

Those who witnessed master reinsman Chris Alford shuffle out of Tabcorp Park Melton last Friday night in pain following the horrific fall at the Bacchus Marsh harness racing fixture there during the day, would have been mystified to see him driving at Bray Raceway Ballarat on Monday December 26.

Ace reinsman Chris Alford and local harness racing trainer Emma Stewart experienced a "day of days" at Bray Raceway on Wednesday December 14, Alford chalking up five winners, with Stewart providing three of them - all four year olds having their first outings since August.

With all nominations received for the 2012 Inter Dominion Trotting Championship, Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) has today published the first rankings. Eighty nominations have been received, but late nominations will be accepted until noon on Monday December 19 upon payment of the late nomination fee of $2200.

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) has extended the nomination deadline for the Inter Dominion Trotting Championship to 10:00am, Wednesday November 30 (AEDT). Interest has been strong with 71 nominations received including reigning champion I Can Doosit and Australian challengers Down Under Muscles and Sundons Gift.

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) will host the last ever running of the Inter Dominion Trotting Championship throughout January and February of 2012. Highlighted by a total purse of $360,000, the Championship will be staged over three big nights with heats in Shepparton and Ballarat before the Grand Final and Consolation at Tabcorp Park Melton on Saturday February 4.

Sebastopol harness racing owner/trainer/driver Tina Ridis' 7-Y-0 Classic Adam/Denver Jane mare Town Player keeps on getting better and better as the season progresses and chalked up her fourth win in succession with a dominant front running display to take the Spencer Accountants Trotters Handicap for T3 or better class over 2710 metres at her home track Bray Raceway Ballarat on Wednesday November 2.

As a Kilmore native, the SEW-Eurodrive Kilmore Cup has always been a race close to the heart of Scott Stewart. But while Stewart has scaled the highest mountain in harness racing as a driver, steering the Vin Knight-trained Jodie's Babe to Inter Dominion success as a 21-year-old in 1989, he has an unspectacular record in his old hometown's cup.

There is often concern expressed about the lack of horses in the racing stock. A declining horse population is seen as a real threat to the future of harness racing.

Gun harness racing mare Broadways Best kicks off what trainer Shannon McLean thinks could be a career-defining season in Friday night's (October 14) $20,000 Harness Breeders Vic Golden Wattle Cup at Melton's Tabcorp Park.

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