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In an exciting addition to the Cranbourne harness racing training complex, Horse Gym Australia have installed a state-of-the-art equine treadmill which is now available to each of the trainers at Cranbourne.

Champion harness racing reinsman Daryl Douglas sidelined since an horrific fall at Ballarat on the 26th of December last year, returned to the sulky at Cranbourne on Tuesday March 12 with a winner, steering the Gary Quinlan (Drouin) trained Art Major/Magic Music 4-Y-0 gelding Scruffy Major to victory in the 3rd Heat of the Eastern Challenge for C3 & C4 class over 2080 metres.

Outstanding three year old colt Blitzthemcalder returned to the winners list against his older rivals at Cranbourne on Tuesday March 5, when successful in the Decron Horse Care Trotters Mobile for T0 & T1 class over 2080 metres.

Victorian Trotter of the Year Blitzthemcalder will be hoping to make amends for his shock first-up defeat when he takes on the Decron Horse Care Trot at Cranbourne tonight.

Astute Gippsland (Drouin) harness racing co-trainers Gary & Debbie Quinlan enjoyed a great afternoon at their home track Cranbourne on Wednesday February 20, providing a stable double.

Locally trained pacer Travtiano gave Cranbourne harness racing trainer Derek Harrington and his family plenty of reason to celebrate with his win in the Cranbourne Trainers Bonanza Pace on Thursday night.

Two harness racing meeting were held in Victoria on Thursday February 14 - Cranbourne racing in the afternoon and Bendigo at night.

Melton harness racing trainer Damian Wilson who was badly injured in a horrific race fall at Kilmore on October 28, was successful with honest 5-Y-0 John Street North/Trouble Chaton mare Latoya Lass at Cranbourne on Tuesday January 15, taking out the Farmhand Pace for C2 class over 2080 metres.

The 2012 Decron Cranbourne Pacing Cup is set to be the major lead in to the Victoria Cup carnival in a stellar December for harness racing fans. It's not just a lead up race though; the significant history of the races suggests that more often than not the best pacers are required to take the prize.

Eleven year old Catch A Flight/Incoming gelding Incoming Flight chalked up his 8th harness racing victory in 108 outings, when successful in the Hyland Sportswear Pace for C1 class over 1609 metres at Cranbourne on Wednesday October 10.

Victorian Minister for Racing Dr Denis Napthine was on hand yesterday (Monday September 24) for the official opening of Cranbourne's state-of-the-art training centre almost a year after the ambitious Project began. Cranbourne Harness Racing Club chief executive David Scott said the landmark opening today was just reward for the many who had contributed to the centre's successful development.

We look forward to a new harness racing season which commenced on September 1. For the previous season, Make Mine Cullen won the most races in Victoria (12) and Candy Digger had the most starts (71).

Popular Cranbourne was the venue for a terrific night of harness racing on Tuesday July 10, with well backed winners the order of the night.

Cranbourne, South of the Yarra, usually attracts a good harness racing attendance from the outlying area and bayside, especially on a Saturday and last weekend was no exception.

Seven year old Fully Loaded/Really And Truly gelding Its His Fault registered his first harness racing success since January 2008, when victorious in the Decron Horse Care Pace for C0 class at the Cranbourne harness race meeting on Tuesday March 6, no doubt delighting owner Garry Rogers who raced under the banner of Ulverstone.

Bayswater part-owner and harness racing trainer Danielle Lewis would have received a thrill of a lifetime, when 4-Y-0 Artesian/Readymade Lombo gelding Inclinator trained at Coldstream in the Yarra Valley presented her with her first winner, taking out the Decron Horse Care Pace for C0 class at Cranbourne on Sunday February 12.

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