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Kerryn Manning wasted little time announcing her 2007 World Drivers Championship intentions, claiming the honours on the opening night of heats at Cranbourne tonight.

After a big win in the final heat of the evening, Kerryn Manning holds a six-point lead over Andy Miller, with Colin De Filippi a further point back in WDC 2007.

The pace was furious on occasions in the last heat of the World Driving Championship last night.

Kerryn Manning, Australia’s driving darling looked home for the money ‘turning in’ on Badlands Chief in heat three of the WDC.

The Americans are known for not doing things by halves. USA’s Andy Miller left no one wondering down the back straight the last time in heat two of the WDC when he launched his drive, favourite, Royal Shiraz (Holmes Hanover).

It was appropriate that the first race in the 2007 World Drivers Championship should be a battle royal.

Kerryn Manning will be doing her best to make an early impression on the opening night of the 2007 World Drivers Championship, which kicks off at Cranbourne on Thursday night (November 1).

CRANBOURNE south east of Melbourne was the venue for harness racing through the twilight zone on Sunday, with the fast class event - The Seelite Windows & Doors Pace for R6 or better class over 2105 metres going to Avviato, an eight-year-old gelding by Exotic Earl from the good producer Alba Cross.

The Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Board today unanimously decided to conduct the 2008 Watpac Inter Dominion (ID08) in its programmed timeslot from February 16 to March 1.

Cranbourne Harness Racing Club (CHRC) has announced a 20 percent stake increase for this year’s Group 2 Decron Cranbourne Pacing Cup.

Kaos ruled at Cranbourne on Wednesday night (October 10) when the Emma Stewart conditioned gelding overcame a tough run in justifying his quote as an odds-on favourite.

Former New Zealand based gelding Full Swing recorded his first win for the Alison Chisholm stable at Cranbourne on Wednesday night (October 10).

Cranbourne Harness Racing Club has appointed a new Chief Executive. Long time industry participant and astute local businessman David Scott commences in the role on April 1 this year.

If you haven’t been to a member’s night, come along to Cranboune Harness Racing Club on Tuesday (September 5) and take pleasure in catching up with fellow members, old and new and enjoy a beautiful dinner in the Committee Room, with lots of prizes to be won!

Cranbourne Harness Racing Club will host a rare twilight meeting on Sunday, 11 June.

The Cranbourne Harness Racing Club (CHRC) are expecting a bumper crowd for their annual “Girls Night Out” on Saturday, May 6, at the Cranbourne Racing Complex.

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