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Victoria’s trots industry continues to benefit from the Andrews State Government’s Victorian Racing Industry Fund. Mildura, Swan Hill and Wangaratta have all recently received significant VRIF funding for important projects. Mildura received $25,822 for its reverse cycle air conditioning system upgrade and towards the purchase of a spreader. The air conditioning upgrade will provide a more comfortable environment for patrons in the Ray Hepworth Centre, particularly important in the summer months, while the spreader will provide greater flexibility in the preparation of the race track and eliminate hiring costs. Swan Hill benefited to the tune of $14,313 towards installation of a machinery shed and compound, which provides the club with a much-needed sheltered area for valuable track machinery. Wangaratta received $8,394 towards a number of projects; the permanent installation of a platform for the Sky Racing telecast, air conditioning units, safety fencing to enclose the float car park, additional tote benches and a ride-on mower. These projects will provide more efficiency for the club and save it having to hire infrastructure. Meanwhile, the Victorian trots industry has also been granted $14,359 towards a saddlecloth enhancement project, which will result in an enhanced visual experience for people watching racing. In addition to clearer numbers the saddlecloths will also be made of a high-quality material, which will sustain longevity. Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

Whereibylong pushed her harness racing career winning strike rate to above 50 per cent last Friday night with an all-the-way win in the Harness Breeders Victoria Tailamade Lombo at Tabcorp Park Melton. The Emma Stewart-trained six-year-old mare, a daughter of mighty stallion Somebeachsomewhere out of well-performed Fake Left race mare and producer Bylong Bele,  stormed off the gate to lead at the 1720-metre start for Chris Alford and finished a half-neck clear of Hu Hu R U in the Group 3. “She might be a bit older now but she’s still got her zest for racing,” Alford said. “She stormed off the gate really well and just had a good little breather but really ripped home the last half.” Whereibylong produced a 54.6 final 800m (27.4 and 27.2). Alford said the mares’ Triple Crown races later in the season would most likely be Whereibylong’s aim. Whereibylong has won 20 races from 39 starts for $444,710 in stakes. Both Hu Hu R U and Juliette Bromac, who ran second and third in the Tailamade Lombo, produced strong finishes, Juliette Bromac’s 53.61 second-quickest of the night only behind fifth placegetter Mistressofillusion who also attacked the line. VIDEO: Hear from Chris Alford post-race after winning the Tailamade Lombo Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

Swan Hill harness racing club manager Marnya Watson was pleased with the attendance and the atmosphere at Saturday night’s 3SH Swan Hill Pacing Cup meeting. Ms Watson said the dining room attendance was “up about 300 per cent” on the most recent cup meetings and the crowd overall was larger than last year. “The atmosphere was great on the lawns trackside and in the dining room. Very relaxed and everyone had a good time. “We have got quite a vast track, so it’s quite spread out but there were lots of people in the beer garden and the marquees near the front straight. There were also lots of people outside and upstairs was totally booked out.” Ms Watson said the club had approached local marketing differently this year and it paid dividends. Rather than focus all of its spend on traditional forms of advertising the Swan Hill club committee offered a $10,000 carrot to key local service groups and charities and encouraged them to engage with their members and networks. “We had four groups, Riding for the Disabled (RDA), the Swan Hill Hospice, Rotary Swan Hill and the CFA Volunteers, and we colour coded all the tickets so that we could tell which group secured the most patrons on-course,” Ms Watson said. “The first group got $5000, second $2500, third $1500 and fourth $1000. These clubs are so well connected in the community and the promotional material they were able to distribute to their audiences ensured we got an excellent crowd.” The CFA secured the most patrons and thus scored a valuable $5000 boost for its coffers. “It worked very well and the key was to reach new markets,” Ms Watson said. “We can easily reach harness racing people, but these community groups can reach many other people who previously haven’t been involved in the trots. “Already we’ve had a lot of community groups keen to do it next year, so that will be great.” The club’s local media coverage was strong this year with a radio live site set up on the Friday before the cup meeting featuring interviews and the new Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Trots Interactive virtual reality experience. “The local paper (The Guardian) this morning had a three-quarter page spread on the cup the second page in, plus more in sport. We definitely got more in the paper this year,” Ms Watson said. “The Guardian is really appreciating it too, because we’re having regular conversations and engaging with them.” Ms Watson said feedback on the new Trots Interactive experience was “well received”. “Anyone who did it was really happy with it,” she said. “It was taken upstairs to the dining room, which was a really good move because everyone in there loved it.” Ms Watson said all who saw star pacer Hectorjayjay mercilessly slay his rivals in the cup would appreciate the memory, but added she received feedback from punters bemoaning “too many short-priced favourites”. “I definitely received more feedback on that issue on the night, but unfortunately that’s something that’s not within my scope,” she said. Ambassadors Billy Brownless and Larni Salathiel were also on course at Swan Hill to entertain and mingle with the crowd. Association of Country Clubs CEO David Brick said he was pleased Swan Hill's crowd was up on last year. "The crowd was up and the pre-promotion in town the day before really hit the mark," he said. "While Hectorjayjay was a short-priced favourite, in terms of quality to get the Inter Dominion favourite to the venue was a drawcard. "It's on to Maryborough now (on Sunday) for the traditional Kilmore Cup timeslot and they're hoping to build on a successful Redwood Day, which saw an increase in patronage and wagering." Exciting first-starter Phoenix Prince and rising star Hickstead were among favourites to salute at long odds-on, while punters got it wrong with Our Star Dust, sent out $1.10 and finishing second to Johns Grin at $10. The Swan Hill Cup was the first of 25 Trots Country Cups that form the Trots Country Cups Championship. This Sunday the action rolls into Maryborough. Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

Former Victorian harness racing horseman Marty Noonan is back at his home in the USA where he will spend the next 12 weeks in a neck brace following a serious training accident. The trots man was working a horse at the training centre where he is based when another horse got loose and slammed into Noonan’s jog cart from the side. Noonan landed hard on the ground and was airlifted to hospital where he was put under sedation for 16 hours before being cleared of brain damage. Noonan’s left ear was severed in the horrific fall, requiring surgery to be reattached, and he broke a vertebra in his neck. Noonan’s partner, Jenny Melander, posted on social media that Marty returned home on October 14 and thanked everyone for their “prayers and well wishes”. Melander told Trots Media that despite the seriousness of the injuries, “Marty was extremely lucky. It could have been much worse.” “As of now he doesn’t need any surgery on his neck. It is supposed to heal with 12 weeks in a neck brace. He has made it home and is moving around quite well now,” she added. Noonan formerly trained and drove horses in Victoria but is now in the US training with Melander. Many Victorian trots fans and participants were concerned with the news Noonan was involved in the accident, highlighting his popularity among the industry. by Cody Winnell

Hectorjayjay has struck first blow in the 2016-17 Trots Country Cups Championship with a barnstorming win in tonight’s harness racing 3SH Swan Hill Pacing Cup. Despite having to overcome gate seven in the $30,000 Group 3, the star six-year-old was sent out $1.40 favourite with punters and made light work of his barrier early when he thundered by Johnny Fox after about 125 metres. Once he grabbed the lead role Hectorjayjay was indomitable. For the remainder of the 2790-metre trip he and reinsman Josh Aiken would ensure things played out on their terms. And when Aiken loosened his grip a half-mile out, Hectorjayjay exploded for a 53.1secs final 800m (third and fourth quarters in 26.8 and 26.3secs). It's also worth noting at the finish Hector still had the plugs in. Guaranteed (Gavin Lang, breeze for the last 1700m and a $3.80 second-favourite), Smudge Bromac (Mark Pitt, one-one and $21.20) and Johnny Fox (Kerryn Manning, leader’s back and $15.20) were left in a race of their own when the winner whooshed off into the distance, Hectorjayjay finishing officially 24.4m clear of runner-up Guaranteed in a mile rate of 1:57.6, with Smudge Bromac third beaten 24.9m and Johnny Fox fourth and 27.6m from the winner. Meanwhile, at Menangle in New South Wales Hectorjayjay’s stablemate, Inter Dominion winning champion Lennytheshark returned to the track with victory in the Garrards Kevin Newman Free for All over a mile in a polished 1:49.9 for reinsman Chris Alford. Both the Aiken top-liners are bound for the almost $2million Inter Dominion series at Gloucester Park in November/December before chasing more feature riches in Victoria and New South Wales early next year. By winning tonight Hectorjayjay (Dream Away-Sheer Finesse) has speared to the early lead on the Trots Country Cups Championship ladder, with the table topper at the end of the 25 Victorian Country Cups to receive a $25,000 bonus. The Trots Country Cups Championship will roll into Maryborough next Sunday for the $30,000 Maryborough Gold Cup. RELATED: DOUBLE FOR MCDERMOTT STABLE AT SWAN HILL Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

Tonight’s Swan Hill trots cup meet proved a harness racing red letter occasion for Graham McDermott’s Myola operation. The horseman scored a winning double by picking up both the $13,000 Haras Des Trotteurs Jim Roberts Swan Hill Trotters Cup with Majestic Ess Jay (Majestic Son-Steffi Jay) and the $10,000 Swan Hill Automotive Swan Hill Mile with five-year-old Lucky Lombo (Major In Art-Isabella Lombo). Majestic Ess Jay, a six-year-old gelding, was sent forward by reinsman Chris Svanosio early after stepping professionally from the 20-metre handicap tape at the 2790-metre standing start point. Once in front Majestic Ess Jay saw off challenges from Glorious Finale (Jackie Barker, in the breeze), Heza Boy Star (Matthew Craven, leader’s back after initially leading) and race favourite Aleppo Sunrise, who made a sweeping late run around the field first-up for Haydon Gray after starting off 30m to get beaten a short half-head in a 2:02.8 mile rate. Majestic Ess Jay, who ran sixth beaten 15.2m behind star Monbet in the Group 1 Australasian Trotting Championship in January, started a $3.60 second elect with punters, Aleppo Sunrise a $2.80 shot despite not having raced since December 2015 and not having won since January 2013. On the strength of his run tonight however, the runner-up's drought breaks very soon. Heza Boy Star finished third and Leannes Boy ran fourth in the Trotters Cup. Majestic Ess Jay's stake earnings are now over the $110,000 mark. Ultra-talented pacer Lucky Lombo showed he may have a role to play this Trots Country Cups season with a cracking return to the track in the flying mile race. Driven by Gavin Lang, Lucky Lombo – as is his way – was given time to balance up before coming with a strong run at the finish to defeat Gollahman (Michael Bellman) by a head in 1:55.1, with class mare Miss Dreamin (Grant Campbell) third and 5.3m from the winner. Lang took driving honours at Swan Hill with a winning treble, the Lucky Lombo success added to victories in Race 1 aboard Ample Power (Mach Three-Modern Life) and Race 3 behind Phoenix Prince (Somebeachsomewhere-Classic Cathy), both hailing from the Emma Stewart stable to also give that trainer a winning double. Svanosio steered Johns Grin (Grinfromeartoear-Vinnies Dreams) to a 1.9m win over long odds-on pop Our Star Dust in Race 4 to deliver the Matthew Craven stable a victory, the Trotters’ Cup triumph giving Svanosio a double. Other winners were smart four-year-old Hickstead (Mach Three-Il Informed) for trainer/driver John Justice in Race 2 and Glenn Douglas-trained Give Me The Night (Santanna  Blue Chip-Alright On The Night), given a perfect guide by Monique Burnett, in Race 8 to deliver local clubman Noel Watson a victory as owner. RELATED: HECTORJAYJAY ULTRA-IMPRESSIVE WINNING SWAN HILL CUP Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

Race caller Dan Mielicki has given voice to Trots Interactive, the virtual reality experience coming to a Trots Country Cup near you. First stop, Swan Hill Trotting Club on Saturday night. Trots Interactive will be available for patrons to experience at all 25 Trots Country Cups from Swan Hill tomorrow night. The Virtual Reality experience immerses the viewer in a race type situation, the 360-degree camera allowing the viewer to witness the action from the eye of a trots driver from any desired angle. Trots Media: Virtual Reality Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

“It’s like driving a Ferrari”. That’s how young gun harness racing reinsman Josh Aiken today summed up his first hit-out in the gig behind star pacer Hectorjayjay. Aiken, 23, drove the brilliant six-year-old at the Shepparton trials last Thursday, where he came in first ahead of Inter Dominion winning champion stablemate Lennytheshark in a rate of 1:55.7 (55-second last half). “I said straight afterwards I think I might have gone too slowly on him but he ran home in a 55secs last half and a 26.2 last quarter,” he said. “It was just unreal.” Today Aiken received the news he’d be piloting the David Aiken-trained 31-time winner in Saturday night’s Group 3 3SH Swan Hill Pacing Cup. Hectorjayjay’s regular reinsman, Gavin Lang, has committed to Emma Stewart-trained 2014 Swan Hill Cup winner Guaranteed, who is first-up since the 2015 A.G. Hunter Cup on Saturday. “I’m excited to have picked up this opportunity,” Aiken said. Swan Hill is the first of 25 Trots County Cups to be held across Victoria. Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager) Fields for Swan Hill, Saturday 15 October 2016 Form guide for Swan Hill, Saturday 15 October 2016

The stars of the sulky caught up with Master of Ceremonies Rob Auber for a chat after their harness racing winning drives at Tabcorp Park Melton on Saturday night. The nine-race card saw fast-class star Messini win the VHRSC Classic for Anthony Butt, rising star mare Hu Hu R U too strong in the DNR Logistics Pace for Lance Justice, Champagne Dreams take out the Pace Final for Josh Aiken, Jacks Command win the Melton Pools and Spas Pace Final for David Moran, champion trotter Keystone Del capture the True Roman Trotters Free for All for Butt, consistent Cyrus win the N&J Carlin Painting services Pace for Michael Bellman, in-form Motu Gatecrasher claim the Dehired Pace for Geoff Webster, K D Muscles too strong in the Eight Homes Trotters Handicap for Kate Gath, and Chevaux Rainbow victorious in the Aldebaran Park Trot for Stacey Towers. Race 1 - Lance Justice on Hu Hu R U Race 2 - Josh Aiken on Champagne Dreams Race 3 - David Moran on Jacks Command Race 4 - Anthony Butt on Keystone Del Race 5 - Michael Bellman on Cyrus Race 6 - Anthony Butt on Messini Race 7 - Geoff Webster on Motu Gatecrasher Race 8 - Unavailable Race 9 - Stacey Towers on Chevaux Rainbow Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) is accepting nominations for the 2016 Victorian Trots Media Awards. The 2016 Victorian Trots Media Awards will honour the industry’s leading media performers of the 2015-16 season with presentations made on Saturday November 12 at Tabcorp Park Melton’s annual Legends Night. The evening will also feature the 2016 Great Trots Tipoff Grand Final showdown. Ten media awards will be presented this year. Media are invited to enter in one or more of the following categories (entries must have been published or aired between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2016). Best Feature Article – Print Best Feature – Other Media (radio, TV, podcast, photography, social media) Best News Story – Any Medium Best Coverage – Print Best Coverage – Other Media (radio, TV, podcast, photography, social media) Best Use of Social Media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat) Best Photograph Meritorious Award (for contribution to trots media coverage over period of 5 years or more) Media Personality of the Year (for going above and beyond in media promotion/coverage of trots across multiple platforms) Each award carries a cash prize of $500 plus trophy, with the exception of the Media Personality of the Year, which will carry a cash prize of $1000 plus trophy. This year the Best Race Call (voted by trots fans on Twitter, Facebook, email) will also be awarded. Full-time HRV employees are not eligible for media awards, except in the case of race callers for the 2016 Best Race Call award. HOW TO ENTER Post Send a copy of your entry/entries with a covering letter stating the category/categories you wish to nominate for to: Cody Winnell Harness Racing Victoria PO Box 184, Moonee Ponds, Vic, 3039 Email Email a copy of your entry/entries with a covering letter stating the category/categories you wish to nominate for to: File Sharing For digital (video/audio) entries, is the preferred file sharing website to use. Please as the email address in the WeTransfer process and include the category/categories you wish to nominate for via the “message” section All entries must be received by COB Friday, October 21, 2016   Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

Breeders have the opportunity to secure services to any of five well credentialed leading stallions for a bargain basement price in the annual Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Breeders Crown Online Stallion Auction. Services are up for grabs to the highest bidder for the leading pacing stallion Bettors Delight along with his fastest and richest son, Betterthancheddar, a dual World Record holder. You can also bid on a service to last season’s leading three-year-old trotters stallion Skyvalley. Joining the roster on offer this year are prominent Nevele R Stud based stallion Changeover and the royally bred French trotting sire Used To Me. PLACE YOUR BID ON A POTENTIAL FUTURE BREEDERS CROWN STAR All services will be secured by the highest bidder for each stallion with the bids closing at 12 midnight on Friday 21 October. Cody Winnell [Harness Racing Victoria]  

Harness racing trainer-driver John Newberry has made a stunning return from serious injury, winning tonight at Bendigo aboard Diamond Ace in the CV Batteries Pace. Wife Maree, who tonight stayed home to feed the horses while John and son Matt attended the Bendigo trots, was yet to speak to John about the win but said her husband would be thrilled to have achieved victory aboard "his favourite horse" at his first drive back since fracturing vertebrae and suffering head injuries in a race fall at Shepparton in late June. “He had head injuries and suffered fractures to T2 through to T9 vertebrae,” Maree said. “The main worry was the head injury because he was unconscious for eight minutes. He had short-term memory loss.” John spent the night in Shepparton Hospital before being flown to Royal Melbourne where he spent the next week. Once discharged John struggled with being stuck at home. “He was back in the sulky within a week. After about three days at home he wandered to the stables,” Maree said. “But it was at least a month before he started to do the trip to the track and back. Now he’s back driving jog teams and fast work.” Diamond Ace scored tonight over 2150m by 2.9m over Animated in the C5-C7 CV Batteries Pace, suggesting a country cups campaign could be on the cards for the six-year-old by Extreme Three out of Diamond Cove. “That’s his favourite horse so that will always stick in his mind I’m sure,” Maree said. Maree said son Matt, 22, who drove Thrilling Jolt into third place in the TAB Fixed Odds On-Course Pace tonight, was also enjoying his training and driving. “He’s going well but he’d love to be able to get a few more drives,” she said. “He’s got a trotter that he bred that is not far off called All Hall. He’s a half-brother to Just Call Me Earl and The Majestic.” The Newberry family is based at Bunbartha, almost 20 minutes out of Shepparton. Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) was saddened to learn of the passing on Saturday of long-time industry stalwart Brian Frawley, at age 82. Mr Frawley is the father of recently appointed HRV Board Member Danny Frawley. He enjoyed considerable success as a trainer, including multiple Moonee Valley winners Noble Man, Evarestis and Grumpy Ole Man, as well as other classy performers in Lahaina and Noble Gent. Mr Frawley served on the Committee of the Ballarat & District Trotting Club for in excess of 35 years, leading the club as President from 1981 to 1986 and being awarded Life Membership in 1988. His greatest moment in the sport came when Vanderport, a horse he part-owned, ran 2nd to Village Kid in the 1986 Inter Dominion Grand Final at Albion Park in Queensland, when driven by his daughter Anne. READ THE BALLARAT COURIER'S TRIBUTE TO BRIAN FRAWLEY HRV extends its sincere condolences to his wife Shirley, their six children and the extended Frawley family. Mr Frawley’s funeral will be held at 10.30am on Wednesday at St Patrick’s Cathedral in Sturt Street, Ballarat.   Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

American commentators found his nickname amusing and were full of praise for Chris “The Puppet” Alford’s feats on the track at the annual Little Brown Jug harness racing meeting this morning. The champion reinsman piloted Beach Memories (Somebeachsomewhere-Allamerican Memoir) for trainer Virgil Morgan Jr from gate seven in the final race of Jug day after finishing third 24 hours prior aboard St Lads Maggie Mae at the annual Delaware County Fair carnival. Pre-race the commentators mentioned how Alford was known as “the Puppet” back home Down Under and acknowledged the champion driver's achievements.  A large crowd was on track at the Jug, some suggesting about 40,000, while many more tuned into websites for a live stream of the action.  Alford has a strong relationship with many of the US reinsmen, forged off the back of Harness Racing Victoria's successful International All Star Series earlier this year. In the last race on Jug day Alford went forward aboard Beach Memories but was not able to find the lead. He eventually jumped on to the pylons, to use an American term, and landed in the pocket before finishing fifth. The winner of the race went 1:53 (splits 26.3/55.2/1:24/1:53). Betting Line won this year's Little Brown Jug in a super-slick 1:49 mile rate. Follow @ChrisAlford5000 on Twitter for updates. Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

Despite two Group 1 triumphs in the three top-flight open-age mares’ races on the 2015-16 national harness racing calendar Victorian pacer Nike Franco failed to take the Australian Aged Pacing Mare of the Year gong in the recent national awards. The brilliant daughter of Mcardle gets her chance to atone however at the Victorian industry awards night at Crown’s Palladium on Gordon Rothacker Medal Night, Sunday November 6. The gala event will celebrate the high achievers of season 2016-17 across all Horse of the Year categories, as well as the leading trainers, drivers and the Victorian country clubs and administrators. Harvey Kaplan, who is among the Nike Franco ownership, said the mare’s connections were excited about this year’s Rothacker Medal night. “We’re really looking forward to it. I think it’s a great idea to have the night return to the city and at a salubrious venue such as the Palladium. We’re looking forward to celebrating the top-line horses throughout the evening,” he said. Kaplan said Dean Braun-trained Nike Franco achieved an enormous amount in season 2015-16 and the team was immensely proud of her work. “There were only three Group 1 open-age mares’ races nationally and Nike Franco won two of them and placed third in the other. She won over the longer trip, the shorter trip, in Western Australia. She also defeated the boys in the Warragul Cup in track record time,” he said. “She had a great season and we had a lot of fun with her. We were very proud of her performances.” The prestigious Gordon Rothacker Medal will be awarded to a long-time industry achiever on the night, while the Pearl Kelly Award and the Distinguished Service Medal will also be presented. Bruce Morgan took out last year’s Rothacker Medal, following on from Kerryn Manning in 2014. CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR TICKETS TO ROTHACKER MEDAL NIGHT @ THE PALLADIUM Gordon Rothacker Medal Honour Roll 2002: Ian McCallum 2003: Geoff Hill 2004: Jim Barker 2005: Ron Pocock 2006: Matt Donaldson 2007: Peter Manning 2008: Bruce & Elizabeth Clarke 2009: Les Chapman 2010: Arthur Graham 2011: Ted Demmler 2012: Neville Welsh 2013: Graeme Lang 2014: Kerryn Manning 2015: Bruce Morgan Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

The finalists for Victorian Horse of the Year Awards have today been released by Harness Racing Victoria (HRV). This year there are 16 categories plus the overall Victorian Horse of the Year award. A panel of 10 people comprising trots form analysts and media are voting on the awards, which will be announced at the annual Gordon Rothacker Medal Night on Sunday, November 6, at Crown Palladium in the City. Book your spot at the Gordon Rothacker Medal This year’s finalists in each section are listed below.   2YO PACING FILLIES Our Celebrity Perfect Sense Petacular Soho Angel   2YO PACING COLTS & GELDINGS Jilliby Kung Fu Our Little General The Storm Inside Wrappers Delight   3YO PACING FILLIES Dancingwithsierra Heavens Trend Nikkibadwagon Rocknroll Magic   3YO PACING COLTS & GELDINGS Brallos Pass Dont Hold Back Iceenothink Soho Tribeca   4YO PACING MARES Delight Me Lovelist Starburst Girl Stay And Play   4YO PACING ENTIRES & GELDINGS Ideal For Real Solarsonic Tact Tate Tee Cee Bee Macray   AGED PACING MARE Beach Shack Berisari Gumdrops Milly Perez Nike Franco Quick Draft   AGED PACING ENTIRES & GELDINGS Arden Rooney Flaming Flutter Hectorjayjay Lennytheshark Yankee Rockstar   2YO TROTTING FILLIES Betty Hall Kyvalley Kyrie Our Regal Love Illawong Shimmer   2YO TROTTING COLTS & GELDINGS Deltasun Illawong Byron Needabacardi Eyrish Mist   3YO TROTTING FILLIES Aldebaran Eve High Gait Pizza Queen Princess Phoenix Red Hot Tooth   3YO TROTTING COLTS & GELDINGS Ball Park Big Jack Hammer Cruisin Around Sundons Courage   4YO TROTTING MARES Aldebaran Deebee Endsino Val Gardena Sky Petite   4YO TROTTING ENTIRES & GELDINGS Blue Sky Commander Illawong Armstrong Kyvalley Boomerang Sparkling Success   AGED TROTTING MARES Barefoot Sally Claudys Princess Maori Time Illawong Helios   AGED TROTTING ENTIRES & GELDINGS Glenferrie Typhoon Keystone Del Super Zeck Kyvalley Blur   Cody Winnell (HRV Media/Communications Manager)

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