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Bolinda harness racing trainer Paul Males was victorious with 7-Y-0 Brioso Hanover/All Fire N Ace mare Dusty Smiles in the True Value Solar Pace for C1 class over 1690 metres at Shepparton on Tuesday April 23.

In-form pacer Storm Cruiser will race at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Saturday night (September 15) and his harness racing trainer Brad Abbott is looking forward to the challenge of competing in metropolitan company for the first time.

The Albion Park Harness Racing Club will conduct an eight event program this Saturday night March 10) with race kicking off slightly earlier this week at 5.00pm. The first of two M1 class races for the night, The SEW Eurodrive Pace will jump from the 1660 metre start.

The Albion Park Harness Racing Club will conduct an eight event card this Saturday night (November 26) with many strong chances on the program. The first race is the Allanna Plumbing Pace, an M2 to M3 event at 5.10pm.

The Albion Park Harness Racing Club will conduct a strong eight event harness racing program this Saturday night. The opening race of the night is the SEW-Eurodrive Pace at 5.10pm.

An eight strong harness racing program will be conducted by the Albion Park Harness Racing Club in Brisbane this Saturday night (October 29). The first event on the metropolitan program will kick off at 5.40pm. Race one is the 'Call Norm taylor To Spell Your Horse Pace' - an M1 classed event over the sprint trip of 1660m.

This Saturday night (September 17) the Albion Park Harness Racing Club will conduct an eight event card at headquarters in Brisbane. The night's racing will kick off with an M1 event at 6.10. Gatton based trainer Shane Sanderson has a terrific strike rate with his team of pacers.

Western District harness racing was held at Ararat on Thursday September 8, with a mixture of rough and favoured results during the evening.

Goulburn harness racing trainer Neil Day is not ready to concede defeat despite drawing barrier seven in Friday night's (January 21) Golden Guitar at Tamworth with exciting pacer Make Your Move. The inside of the second row is going to make it tougher but Day is quick to point out that the four year old is not a "one trick pony".

Harness racing returned to the Goulburn Valley on Tuesday December 13th after an absence of almost 10 months due to severe storm damage which washed away part of the track, the stabling area and administration block.

Turn the clock back twelve months and Intoxicated was one of the brightest harness racing stars in New South Wales. The son of Brioso Hanover was undefeated in nine starts between August 2009 and April this year but then something went wrong and he was struggling to finish off his races according to trainer Michael Siejka.

Moama's Mal Whiteford enjoyed a happy day at the Shepparton harness racing fixture held at Cobram on Wednesday December 1, with smart Brioso Hanover/Kamwood Kate 4-Y-0 gelding Kamwood Jack scoring a first-up victory in the Quest Serviced Apartments Pace for C0 class over 2170 metres and 4-Y-0 Nuke Of Earl/Mands Alice mare Mands Gearl taking the Hicks Stables & Steel Construction Pace for C1 class over the same distance, both handled by Craig Northcott.

Long time Castlemaine participant Gary Scoble's 5-Y-0 Keystone Salute/Angel Preneur gelding Sky Salute took care of most quaddie punters at the Ararat harness racing meeting held on Tuesday November 30, winning the last leg - the Tom McGrath Memorial Pace for C3 & C4 class over 1790 metres at Supertab odds of $38.50.

Brioso Hanover, one of New South Wales' leading sires for the last few harness racing seasons, and a nominee for this year's Sire of the Year title, has been relocated for the upcoming breeding season.

The New South Wales Harness Racing Industry Awards Night will be held on Saturday October 9 at Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Harbour. The Board and staff of HRNSW would like to congratulate the following winners and nominees and wish them luck in their respective categories.

The Riverina trained Greg Kelly only tasted defeat once in his first two seasons of harness racing and despite spending nearly two years away from the track due to a serious hind leg injury proved too strong for his rivals at his return to racing at Leeton on Saturday.

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