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Exciting Partywiththebigdog/Sarahs Sister filly Our Puddy resumed from a short break with an outstanding performance to land the Simmons Automotive 3-Y-0 Pace over 1710 metres at the Ballarat harness racing fixture held at Bray Raceway Ballarat on Tuesday March 1.

Thursday's (February 24) Tabcorp Park Melton harness racing fixture belonged to the local area, with Gary Hoban, Alison Chisholm, Anthony Spiteri and Maree Caldow all providing winners. Toolern Vale's Gary Hoban combined with son Craig to land the TP Melton 3-Y-0 Pace over 2240 metres with Allamerican Theory/Moneypenny gelding Fifty Large, leading throughout to score from Mae Milton and the red-hot favourite Gottahavasheffield in a rate of 2-01.6.

Perfect M Forever stepped up after winning last week's Winners-Over pace to take the $26,000 Mares Open Handicap on Tuesday, Feb.22 at Dover Downs. Harness racing driver Eric Goodell sent Perfect M Forever past Alice's Restaurant heading past the three quarters and then opened up a big lead on the way to a 1:51.3 victory in the female feature of the week.

Beautifully bred Art Major/My Ami Lee filly Louvre was successful at the Kilmore harness racing fixture on Thursday February 17, taking out the Choicehotels.com.au 2-Y-0 Pace over 1690 metres when making her race debut.

Lightning Treasure in similar style as her earlier harness racing victory came on strongly in the stretch to win the $26,000 Mares Open pace on Tuesday, Feb. 8 at Dover Downs. Jon Roberts got away late and eased out of sixth with Lightning Treasure heading to the clubhouse turn.

The Rene Bourassa (Fergus) trained D M Coltfortyfive was the only pacer to record a sub 1:55 mile at the Woodbine harness racing meeting tonight (Thursday January 5). It took until the last of the 12 races for the quickest time of the night to be recorded but drivers and horses couldn't be blamed for the average times as they had to compete in blizzard-like minus five degree temperatures.

Former West Australian harness racing horseman Ryan Hayter will join the stable of Tom Kilkelly as a replacement for former training partner Tracee Sherbourne. Kilkelly has been on the lookout for a suitable replacement since the partnership disbanded several weeks ago.

Tatura trainer Patsy Abrahams was in the winners stall at a very mediocre Graduation harness racing fixture held at Lord's Raceway Bendigo on Tuesday January 4, when smart 4-Y-0 Continentalman/Why Worry gelding Im Chilled scored in the Aldebaran Park Trotters Handicap for TR0 & TR1 class over 2150 metres.

In a surprise for regular race goers and Christmas Function guests, this Saturday night (December 10) Albion Park Raceway will play host to harness racing immortal and the pacing gait's greatest ever stakes earner Blacks A Fake when he tunes up for the SEW Eurodrive Victoria Cup in the Harness Portal Lord Mayor's Cup.

Popular harness racing couple Colin and Julie De Filippi pulled off a well overdue win with underrated pacer Lord Marmaduke in today's (Sunday) Waimate Cup. The son of D M Dilinger is now trained by Colin and Julie after the pair took over the training duties back in July following a move South by co-owner and trainer Greg Manson.

Rangiora trainer Phil Vermeulen teamed up with the boy wonder Dexter Dunn to win the Summer Cup at the Timaru Harness Racing Club's meeting held at Pharlap Raceway today (Sunday).

Record breaking racing at Victorian harness racing headquarters has continued with underrated stayer, Whipair, taking advantage of a gun run in transit to obliterate Tabcorp Park's 2760-metre stand start benchmark winning the $12000 St Arnaud Sporting Club Pacing Cup on Friday night.

Last season's Southland Three Year Old Pacer Of The Year Guns And Roses made a triumphant return to the race-track at the Wyndham Harness Racing Club's meeting held today (Sunday).

Forrestdale harness racing owner-trainer Greg Bond is celebrating in style. Eight days after his wife Skye presented him with a bouncing baby boy Jett William and two days before his 49th birthday, he landed Motu Treasure a thrilling winner of the $20,500 Pat Cranley Memorial Sprint at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

Legendary Canadian harness racing trainer Casie Coleman could visit Australia and New Zealand for a couple of weeks in 2011 depending whether or not the hard working horsewoman can fit a break into her heavy northern hemisphere schedule.

What a 29th birthday it turned out to be for Sunbury part-owner Kylie Watson on Monday September 20th, when Camsplace Dexter, her second venture into the ownership of a horse, scored in the Crameri Export Quality Chaff Pacers Handicap for C1 or better class over 2190 metres harness racing meeting at Maryborough.

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