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Two harness racing meetings were held in Victoria on Thursday May 9 - Wedderburn holding the day fixture at Maryborough and Ballarat racing at night.

Breeders Crown victor of last season Glenferrie Shuffle returned to the winners circle at the Maryborough harness racing meeting on Wednesday March 20, taking out the Hanson Construction Material 3-Y-0 Pace over 2190 metres.

Glenferrie Shuffle looked the main harness racing player in the Craig Demmler yard following her almost 15-metre win in last year's Breeders Crown for two-year-old fillies, however, there is a new Glenferrie on the block this season.

Pembrook Caesar continued her all-but run of harness racing victories since shifting across the Tasman in a decisive front-running display in the Harness Breeders Vic Ladyship Cup. The Craig Demmler trained mare drew the pole and held out the early challengers in what was a genuinely run race.

Warm weather conditions greeted patrons at yesterday's (Monday January 21) well attended harness racing program at Warragul.

The temperatures soared in Melbourne on Friday January 4, reaching a top of 41.1 degrees around 6-00pm. While this was happening, the harness racing meeting at Tabcorp Park Melton was taking place as runners scorched around the track in blistering times.

Pembrook Caesar made it seven wins in succession when she was successful in taking out the feature race at Tabcorp Park earlier tonight (4th January), the $20,000 Victorian Harness Racing Media Association Graham Goffin Memorial.

Whenever the name Manning appears in the winners list, most people assume it was either Peter or daughter Kerryn victorious, however at the Maryborough harness racing meeting on Monday October 8, it was daughter Michelle who greeted the judge - the race being the Maryborough Cup November 4 Pace for C3 & C4 class and the winner 7-Y-0 Presidential Ball/Dontsayawordbut gelding Wheatsheaf Avaball.

With only one meeting to go (September 13) before they shift to the all new Swan Hill circuit situated inside the race course, the Nyah Harness Racing Club held a well balanced program on Thursday August 23 - the highlight being the $5,000 Pace over 2170 metres taken out by the ever reliable 4-Y-0 Grinfromeartoear/Torridon gelding Saint Flash bred and raced by Nyah Committeeman Noel Watson, a former Club President.

Giantfilly Glenferrie Shuffle put her best foot forward to waltz away with the American Ideal Group One Breeders Crown $300,000 Final for 2yo pacing fillies at Melton's Tabcopr Park today (Sunday August 19). The harness racing vicory came, much to the delight of Parwan trainer Craig Demmler and reinsman Gavin Lang.

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