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Champion freelance reinsman John Caldow stole the show at the Charlton meeting with a winning treble. All were strongly fancied in the betting ring. Godine Diligent ($3.10 fav.), a four-year-old D M Dilinger mare, started the ball rolling for the Melton reinsman coming from near last with a long, sustained burst three-wide to nail the pacemaking Denverscent over the latter stages in the C1-C2 race.

Andy and Kate Gath scored an ultra impressive victory with the Art Major - My Ami Lee colt Renaissance Man in the Specific Refrigeration & Mechanical Services P/L 2-Y-0 Pacers Handicap over 1609 metres at Geelong on Friday when making his race debut.

Christmas arrived early (only 12 days) at the Charlton fixture held on Sunday December 14, when Ballarat hobby trainer and octogenarian Jack Johnston's home bred 4-Y-0 mare Annyong broke her maiden status at start number 36 in taking out SES Victoria Trotters Handicap for T0 or better class over 2100 metres.

Robric Jonboy, one of Victoria's most honest and consistent campaigners over the last few years, has been retired. Breeder-owner Rick Hasty decided to quit racing the nine-year-old following his unplaced performance in the St Arnaud Pacing Cup held at Charlton yesterday (November 23).

Brian Gath had already won a St Arnaud Cup at St Arnaud, but today he added a Charlton-run edition to his collection when he teamed with Few Good Men to win the $8000 St Arnaud Sporting Club Pacing Cup.

Victoria's Country Cups Circuit continued at the weekend, with the Charlton Club hosting St Arnaud's two feature events for the season, the $8,000 St Arnaud Sporting Club Pacing Cup for C8 or better class (Discretionary Handicapped) over 2570 metres and the $8,000 Weirs Supa IGA St Arnaud Trotters Cup for T5 or better class (D H) over the same journey.

Golden Showgirl, one of last season's top two-year-old fillies and a Breeders Crown heat and consolation winner, made a triumphant winning return at the Maryborough midweek meeting.

Two meeting were held in Victoria on Monday September 29, with Charlton in the middle of the state hosting the day fixture, while Shepparton in the Goulburn Valley staged another of the popular restricted class meetings at night.

Charltonian Joey Thompson was successful with the Village Jasper/Tian Ma filly Damsels Dash in Isabelle Roberts 3-Y-0 Pace over 1609 metres at his Charlton on Thursday (August 21).

Terang trainer Marg Lee's home bred 4-Y-0 Holmes Hanover/Melita gelding Keayang Hanover is absolutely airborne at present and was a brilliant winner of the Lord Nelson Park Pacers Handicap for C5 or better class (Discretionary Handicapped) over 2570 metres at the St Arnaud fixture held at Charlton on Monday July 28.

Racing at Yarra Valley, Bendigo, Charlton and Geelong on Wednesday and Thursday provided some highlights listed below.

Two meetings were conducted in Victoria on Monday May 26, with Charlton racing in the afternoon and Ballarat in the evening.

Kilmore trainer Wayne Potter produced a smart youngster by the name of Prince Zet to land the Power Trailers 2-Y-0 Pace over 1690 metres at Maryborough on Thursday March 6, when making his race debut.

John Caldow and Matt Craven, two of Victoria’s leading reinsman, each landed winning doubles at the Charlton meeting on Thursday afternoon.

Sunday February 10 was the biggest day of the year for the Central Victorian Club of Charlton, when they staged their annual Cup Day program.

Terang and Charlton Pacing Cups from TAB Sportsbet.

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