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Picturesque Cobram on the border of Victoria and New South Wales held two big features at the Monday March 30 fixture - the $7,000 Cobram Carpet Pacers Marathon and the $6,000 Katunga Lucerne Mills Trotters Marathon, both over the testing course of 3178 metres.

Wednesday March 11th saw two meetings held in Victoria, with the newly opened Cranbourne track racing in the afternoon and Echuca on the Murray holding the night fixture.

Two meetings were conducted in Victoria on Wednesday March 4, with Shepparton holding the night fixture, whilst Cranbourne raced in the afternoon. Favourite punters endured a horror night at Shepparton in the heart of the Goulburn Valley, with only two outright first picks winning.

The all new Cranbourne circuit opened on Wednesday February 18, with good reports coming back to HRV on the way it raced, while Echuca held another of their popular meetings in the evening.

A state-of-the-art upgrade of the Cranbourne harness racing track will be unveiled a fortnight earlier than scheduled owing to Victoria's bushfire crisis. Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) today announced that the Cranbourne meeting which was to be hosted by Yarra Valley next Wednesday afternoon would now be run at Cranbourne.

Billy Royle continued his march towards recognition as one of Australian harness racing's elite trotters with a brilliant win in last night's $25,000 Group 3 Classic International Floats Cranbourne Trotters Cup.

Mister Swinger won his second leg of the Victorian Country Cup Carnival at Cranbourne last night, but a bigger cup could await the Geoff Webster-trained star on December 20. The five-year-old confirmed his status as a leading contender for the $375,000 Group 1 SEW-Eurodrive Victoria Cup with an emphatic win in the $60,000 Group 2 Decron Cranbourne Cup.

Tim and Anthony Butt will get an early indication of how their team is shaping up ahead of Victoria's summer harness racing carnivals when two of their stable stars contest tomorrow night's feature events at Cranbourne.

Two recently-crowned Victorian Horse of the Year award winners are the star attractions at tomorrow night's quality Ballarat program. Last season's top two-year-old filly Ananz and three-year-old champion trotter Danny Bouchea will make their first appearances for the 2008/09 season when they make the trek to Bray Raceway.

Predictions that last Saturday night's MHRC Classic would be a Cranbourne Cup preview were on the money with the first seven home in the Moonee Valley race among the nominations for Saturday night's Cranbourne feature.

It's a feature race in its own right, but tomorrow night's MHRC Classic could also be known as the Cranbourne Cup Preview. The $20,000 Moonee Valley event is shaping as the best pointer yet towards the following weekend's $60,000 Group 2 race at Cranbourne.

Drouin trainer Debbie Quinlan scored a terrific victory with the 5-Y-0 D M Dilinger/Lauraville mare Miss Deville in the Mach Three@Stallion Station Pace for C0 class over 2105 metres at the Cranbourne fixture on Wednesday November 19.

Two meetings were held in Victoria on Thursday October 30, with Cranbourne holding a day fixture and Bendigo racing at night.

There was plenty of elation at Cranbourne on Saturday September 6, when Racing Victoria thoroughbred steward Joelene Morrissey switched codes to pilot the much travelled 8-Y-0 Orange Sovereign / Alexandra Beetle gelding Gunfire to victory in the First 4 Jackpot Claiming Pace over 2105 metres, paying Supertab odds of $31.90.

The field for Friday week's Australian Pacing Gold 3YO Fillies Final will be the same as Sunday's preview at Cranbourne, but Susan Hunter just wishes the barriers also remained the same.

Melton's Ken Tippet captured the NHP Electrical Pace for C2 & C3 class over 2105 metres at Cranbourne on Saturday (August 2) with the very smart Armbro Operative/Intimidate 3-Y-0 gelding Sledging.

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