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The mandatory two harness racing meetings were held in Victoria on Thursday (March 25) , with Cobram near the NSW border racing during the afternoon and Geelong closer to Melbourne the night fixture.

The popular Cobram Harness Racing Club situated on the Victorian/NSW border hosted Monday harness racing on March 15, with no less than five outright favourites winning their respective races - the majority crossing the world famous Murray River to contest the meeting.

Victoria hosted two harness racing meetings to finish off season 2008/09 on Monday August 31, with Cobram on the Murray holding the day fixture, while Terang in the Western District raced at night.

Cobram on the Murray was the venue for an interesting day's racing on Monday May 11, with the two features being the $10,000 2nd Heat of the Vicbred Super Series for 3-Y-0 Colts & Geldings over 2170 metres and the $7,000 Showcase Jewellers Bracelet for C1 class over 2170 metres restricted to reinswomen invited to compete.

The accent was on speed at the Cobram fixture held on Monday March 2, in which there were no less than four sub two minute mile rates listed throughout the afternoon.

Cobram on the border of Victoria and N-S-W was the venue for harness racing on Monday December 15 and as is usually the case, most winners came from the northern part of the state.

Racing returned to the all new upgraded Cobram circuit on Monday October 27, with fast times and keen racing the order of the day.

Racing will return to Cobram on Monday as scheduled after the reconstructed track was this morning deemed fit for racing. A delegation led by Harness Racing Victoria stewards inspected the track with members of the Cobram Harness Racing Club executive and gave the circuit the thumbs up.

The Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Board has approved the allocation of funding for major upgrades to the Cranbourne and Cobram harness racing tracks during the 2008-09 financial year.

Thursday and Friday racing throughout Victoria has been highlighted by further heats of the Vicbred Super Series for various age groups as the all important finals draw closer, plus heats of the time honoured Tontine Series for C2 & C4 class.

Former Broken Hill horseman Richard (Ric) Townsend now domiciled at Merrigum in the Goulburn Valley, was rewarded with patience, when the beautifully bred 6-Year-Old Safely Kept/Blue Sage gelding Outback Blue saluted the judge in the Noel Cunningham Pace for C2 & C3 class over 2170 metres at Cobram on Friday March 28.

Cobram on the Victoria/NSW border was the venue for Friday's (March 28) day fixture and as usual, there was a number of border hoppers competing.

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