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Four year old trotter Vincennes brought up his first Gr. 1 victory when he won the Vicbred final for trainer Blake Fitzpatrick on Friday night at Tabcorp Park Melton. Fitzpatrick was extremely proud of the gelding and believes he deserved to win a race at the highest level. "Vincennes has always had his fair share of ability but what a lot of people don't realise is that he is a February foal so he has always been giving away ages to his rivals," Fitzpatrick said. "I was rapt with Friday night's win, they ran 28.3 for the third quarter, he made up a lot of ground on the leaders between the 800 and the 400 metre mark and then was able to drop in for a quick breather on the turn before coming out again. To beat a horse like Blitzthemcalder is a big effort." Unfortunately for connections, Vincennes is not eligible for the rich Breeders Crown series. "No he's not a Breeders Crown horse so the plan is to bring him back to Sydney and let him have a few runs at Menangle before going for a good break, every time in the past that he has had a break he has come back a little bit stronger so hopefully that is the case this time around." "The next step for him will be to measure up against the open class trotters, you never really know if they are going to go to that next level until you give them their chance but I'm pretty sure he will be able to make that leap." Closer to home Fitzpatrick will have two runners at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Saturday night. "Annie Morva has been knocking on the door and she is going to win another race soon, I don't think she has won one since February but hasn't been far away lately." "Iamboogie has been racing really well, he has had 19 starts and has never finished further back than 4th." By Greg Hayes (Harness Racing New South Wales)  

Raymond Terrace harness racing trainer Paul Bourke is hoping his two year old filly Always Amy can produce her best in Saturday night's Breeders Challenge Blue Final at Tabcorp Park Menangle. The daughter of Always A Virgin qualified for the Gr. 1 Breeders Challenge final last month but finished last behind Bamako Mali. "Always Amy has plenty of ability and I think you can just forget her run in the Breeders Challenge final because the leaders ran their last quarter in 26 and a half seconds and when you get back in the field and they go like that up front you are never going to get into the finish," Bourke said. "Saturday night's Blue final doesn't have all the depth that the Breeders Challenge had but it still won't be an easy race to win." Always Amy is out of a mare called Breakan Armbro, a daughter of Armbro Operative. "Breakan Armbro has been a handy producer, she has Nuggets Ace and Bennys Ace and now Always Amy." "Always Amy has won two races in her career so far, on both of those occasions I used her early speed to find the front and lead throughout but recently in the stronger races I have been driving her with a sit. I will have a closer look at the race later in the week and work out my tactics then." The whole Breeders Challenge series is now allowing participants to race for good prize money and Bourke is pleased with the set-up. "The time when horses can earn good money is when they are two and three and the way the Breeders Challenge is structured allows owners to get a good return on their investment." "They have the Breeders Challenge, the Breeders Challenge Blue Finals and the Regional Finals as well so it gives everyone a chance to earn a dollar." By Greg Hayes (Harness Racing NSW)

Inter Dominion and Miracle Mile winner Beautide has been back in work for about a month and trainer James Rattray is confident his stable star is on track to defend his sprint title in November. Beautide has already had a few strong gallops after his month long spell after winning the Len Smith Mile. "I'm extremely happy with him at the moment. He came back from his spell and had put on some condition and looks really strong so I'm looking forward to getting him back to the races," Rattray said. "In saying that, I'm in no rush to get him back. At this stage I think he would only have one or two runs before going around in a race like the Newcastle Mile. I might take him to the trials once or twice as well just to make sure he was ready to go." Fresh from a break in Europe, Rattray is currently only working a small team. "I've only got a few in work at the moment but it is a good time of the year to be working a small team, we got back from Sweden after going to the Elitlopp for ten days and had a really good time." "I got the chance to catch up with some of my American friends who were also in Sweden at the time and there were a few Aussies over there that I spent some time with as well." Rattray drove the Kevin Pizzuto trained Freyberg to victory in Sunday's Free-For-All at Tabcorp Park Menangle. "Freyberg is a really nice horse, he has been racing against some quality horses lately but he proved he is tough horse over the weekend with the win over the 2300 metres." "He loves leading in his races and when he got left alone in front he was always going to be very hard to beat. I think his recent runs have all been pretty good." By Greg Hayes (Harness Racing NSW)

The NSW Rising Stars series continued at Penrith last night with the Riverina's Todd Prest closing in on leader Chris Geary following a victory with the Ian Wilson trained Charli Springfield. The opening event was taken out by the Blake Fitzpatrick trained Iam Ready for Maitland's Grace Grant which has elevated her to third position on the leader board. The current points tally is as follows; Chris Geary 71 Todd Prest 65 Grace Grant 53 Jack Trainor 47 Kristy Sheehy (WA) 47 Mitch Turnbull 47 Kasey Hocking 41 Nathan Xuereb 37 Max Hughes 36 Liam Armstrong 18 Mitch Turnbull - Western Dist - 4 The next three heats will be held tomorrow at Bathurst Harness Racing Club race 1 - 5:14pm, race 3 - 6:06pm & race 5 - 7:10pm The fourth round of heats will be conducted at Newcastle tomorrow night before concluding with a final heat at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Sunday. Dale Walker | Manager - Marketing | Harness Racing New South Wales  

It has been two years since KerryAnn Turner thought she had trained her first Gr. 1 winner. Blissfull Guy crossed the finishing line first in the 2012 Breeders Challenge Final for two year old colts and geldings but lost it in the stewards room after a protest was lodged by the second horse No Ah Saint. Time has dulled the pain but Turner is still chasing that elusive first Gr. 1 winner and with six individual chances this Sunday at Tabcorp Park Menangle she is hoping this weekend is her breakthrough meeting. "Two years ago it was pretty upsetting but that's racing and you just have to get on with the job, I've got a big team in this Sunday and I have my fingers crossed that this Sunday will be the day that I get my first Gr. 1," Turner said. "Blissfull Guy and Dealer are probably the best chances from my stable but the way the barrier draws have fallen I think most of them have a chance." At just 25 years of age, Turner has been based in Sydney for five years and is thoroughly enjoying the experience of training such a large team. "We have a number of horses in work and that means a lot of work but I'm really happy with how everything is going for us, we have had a great season and there is still a couple of months left to go." "With Robbie (Morris) out injured at the moment it has meant a little bit more work at home and a lot more driving at the races but I have enjoyed it." Blissfull Guy finished fourth in his semi final behind his old sparring partner No Ah Saint on Saturday night. "He did a good job to qualify because of the tempo of the race, he has to be driven quietly but if there is plenty of speed on I can see him being in the finish, he is very consistent." "Dealer finished second on Saturday night and he has won two of his last five so he's at the top of his game." By Greg Hayes (Harness Racing Australia)

The NSW Rising Stars series continued at Bathurst last night and with Chris Geary winning yet another heat (his third) the 16 year old takes a comfortable lead into tonight's Penrith meeting. The opening event was taken out by the Ashlee Siejka trained Marquez for local junior Mitch Turnbull. Geary took out the next heat when he scored in strong fashion on 30-1 outsider Tulhurst Sarsha for trainer Nathan Hurst. The Riverina's Todd Prest led all the way in the final heat aboard Warner for Peter Trevor-Jones gaining valuable points which elevated him into second place on the leader board. The current points tally is as follows; Chris Geary 60 Todd Prest 41 Jack Trainor 35 Kristy Sheehy (WA) 34 Kasey Hocking 33Mitch Turnbull 31 Grace Grant 29 Nathan Xuereb 29 Max Hughes 25 Liam Armstrong 13 Mitch Turnbull - Western Dist - 4 The next three heats will be held tomorrow at Bathurst Harness Racing Club race 1 - 5:14pm, race 3 - 6:06pm & race 5 - 7:10pm The third round of heats will be conducted at Penrith this evening. HRNSW

Talented harness racing reinsman Jarrod Alchin will drive two horses in Breeders Challenge Finals at Tabcorp Park Menangle, two year old gelding Sporty Spook drew barrier one while three year old filly Amanda Von will start from the outside after coming up with gate twelve meaning she will start from ten with the emergencies out. "Sporty Spook has drawn perfectly, he has some options from the good gate because he has the speed to lead or he can take a sit, that decision will be up to David (Kennedy trainer) and we will talk later in the week," Alchin said. "Amanda Von just lacks high speed but she will be suited down to the ground with the distance of the race, if they go hard she'll be running home well, the quicker they go the better." Sporty Spook was impressive beating the older horses at Wagga last week and Alchin was pleased to see the performance after being a little disappointed with his semi final run when he finished fourth behind Ominous Warning. "I thought he was only ordinary in the semi final compared to how he has felt in the past but David did say he might have got away on him in the week so he took him home after the Menangle run and worked him really hard, it obviously worked because his run at Wagga last Friday was great." "I think Ominous Warning is the hardest to beat, he has got the good alley, before the draw I thought there were a few chances but afterwards I think Sporty Spook and Ominous Warning deserve to be the favourites." Alchin trains Monarkmac and he will compete in the Rising Stars Final and will be driven by Nathan Xuereb. "I think Nathan will really suit Monarkmac, he needs to be driven quietly and in these young drivers' races they tend to go very hard and set it up for something from the back so hopefully he gets the right run in the race." "His win two starts ago was really good and he has been working well since." HRNSW

It was poetic that Lex Crosby's two year old filly Read About Lexy drew barrier eight in Sunday's Breeders Challenge Final at Tabcorp Park Menangle. The daughter of Sportswriter is from a family that is now into its eighth generation with the Crosby's and a win on the weekend would be a very emotional one considering the history attached to the breed. "It would be a big day for the whole family if Read About Lexy could win on Sunday afternoon. My father started it all back in 1955 when he bought Winsome Like in foal to Conflagrate and the resultant foal was Rapid Flow," Crosby said. "Rapid Flow fell over at a Fairfield gymkhana with my brother Russell driving and neither of them ever competed again but Dad continued to breed from the family." After the passing of Crosby's parents he made the decision to continue breeding from the mares within the family. "Rapid Flow produced Flowing In and she in turn had Big Sister and after both Mum and Dad had passed away I told the family that I wanted to keep Big Sister and continue the family which I have done." "Big Sister produced Aunty Alice, then Lexy Lobell came along, she had Lexys Laughing and she is the mother of Read About Lexy." When Crosby was born he was the youngest of ten and there are plenty of his family members that will be interested in Sunday's result. "Read About Lexy will have a cheer squad of about ten people trackside on Sunday afternoon but there will be a much bigger contingent tuning into watch or listen to her race because of the family connection." Crosby is the President of the popular country harness racing club at Eugowra and also trains thoroughbreds. After growing up in Sydney, Crosby made the move to Cowra in 1974 and has enjoyed the country lifestyle since. By Greg Hayes (Harness Racing NSW)  

The NSW Rising Stars series commenced at Tabcorp Park Menangle yesterday with keenly contested racing across both heats. The opening heat was taken out by the Nicole Molander trained Cillas Boy for 16 year old reinsman Chris Geary. Geary was at it again in the second heat when he scored in strong fashion on the Peter Trevor Jones trained Beetson. In winning both heats Geary has taken a big lead in the series on 34 points with defending champion Max Hughes in second with 17 points. The current points tally is as follows; Chris Geary 34 Max Hughes 17 Jack Trainor 16 Grace Grant 14 Nathan Xuereb 13 Kasey Hocking 12 Todd Prest 10 Kristy Sheehy (WA) 8 Liam Armstrong 4 Mitch Turnbull - Western Dist - 4 The next three heats will be held tomorrow at Bathurst Harness Racing Club race 1 - 5:14pm, race 3 - 6:06pm & race 5 - 7:10pm The second round of heats will be conducted at Bathurst this evening. Dale Walker | Manager - Marketing | Harness Racing New South Wales      

Newcastle Harness Racing Club has appointed former Wyong Race Club Chief Executive Tony Drew as its new General Manager. Drew will start next month in the role left vacant when Ross Gigg died suddenly on May 8 from a heart attack at age 58. The former Penrith Panthers centre spent 22 years in the job and became a highly respected and much loved figure in harness racing. Drew has a long history in racing administration, serving as Racing and Operations Manager at Newcastle Jockey Club for a decade then as CEO at Wyong from 2000 to late last year. Drew will commence his duties with the Newcastle HRC in a fortnight's time. Dale Walker | Manager - Marketing | Harness Racing New South Wales  

Frith will compete in her first Gr. 1 this season on Sunday June 29th at Tabcorp Park Menangle when she starts a short priced favourite in the Breeders Challenge for four year old mares. The multiple Gr. 1 winner won her semi final on Saturday night but trainer/driver Bruce Harpley confirmed he was worried during the race and was pleased when she got to the winning post. "She always worries me because she likes to have horses around her and I was at her a fair way from home to keep her mind on the job," Harpley said. "Once she could sense Priceless Gem was on her outside she switched on and the best she felt during the entire race on Saturday night was in the last twenty metres." Harpley will not start his star mare this weekend believing she has done enough to be at her peak. "She has had to do a fair bit of work in the runs she has had this season, she hasn't really had a soft run yet plus I gave her a good hit-out at the Wagga trials last weekend so I'm pretty confident that she will be as good as I can get her in the Breeders Challenge final." While the barriers for the semi-finals were drawn using a preferential system, the final will be random. "I think that is the best way to do it, a lot of the lower class mares may not nominate for the semi finals if they were a chance of drawing the outside but I like the idea of it being random once the final comes around." "The Paul Fitzpatrick trained mare Grin For Miss was impressive in the other semi and she does possess some gate speed so if she drew underneath me it would be a good race for the early lead and Priceless Gem was very good in finishing second behind Frith last week too." Frith will be attempting to win her second Breeders Challenge after winning it last year as a three year old filly. By Greg Hayes (Harness Racing NSW)

Since the talented Hunter Valley trained pacer Ultimate Art resumed as a four year old his trainer Michael Formosa has had one target in mind, the Breeders Challenge. After competing in the finals as a two and three year old but finishing unplaced Formosa is hoping for a change of luck this time around. "He still has to qualify by running in the first five on Saturday night in the semi final but everything I have done with him this season has been with the Breeders Challenge as his main goal," Formosa said. "Ultimate Art finished fourth as a two year old behind No Ah Saint and then put in a very disappointing run as a three year old and ran seventh behind Home Of The Brave but it had been a very tough time for the family in the lead up last year because my wife's father passed away." Formosa has steered away from mile racing recently and has concentrated on stretching his Gr. 1 winner over a longer trip. "He was probably a bit one dimensional as a younger horse, he had to lead or sit outside them to produce his best but he has developed as he has aged and I've been teaching him to sit and sprint and he has really taken to it." "I've spaced his runs which should ensure that he is right to go and while I did consider giving him a run last weekend I was mindful that it would mean he would have to race three consecutive weeks which might have been a big ask." Ultimate Art last raced on May 24th but has had the benefit of recent trialling. "He has trialled twice this month, the first of them was super because he ended up recording a 1:54.5 mile at Newcastle and then last week he led and I was happy with what he did." "I will see how he goes in the Breeders Challenge and if he is still feeling ok I might think about taking him to Queensland for the 4 Year Old Championships, but there is a bit of water to go under the bridge between now and then." By Greg Hayes (Harness Racing NSW)  

Promising horseman David White has had a busy week. He left for Victoria on Monday, raced on Tuesday and Wednesday before returning to Sydney to put the final touches on his four year old pacer Hollywood Sign before Saturday night's semi final of the Breeders Challenge at Tabcorp Park Menangle. "I work for Blake Fitzpatrick and he has had some horses campaigning in Victoria and I have been looking after them but I am hoping for a good result in the semi finals of the Breeders Challenge back in Sydney on Saturday night that's for sure," White said. "I think he has drawn the weaker semi final which will give him the best chance of progressing through to the final, he has got good gate speed and I have a couple of options in the race." White races the horse in partnership with his uncle Trevor and friend Matthew Peden. "Trevor did a great job with him in the Riverina and sent him up to me in great condition and he hasn't been too far away recently at Menangle. Actually Matt (Peden) said to me the other day his combined beaten margin since moving up here has been ten metres combined." "To be honest he probably lacks that real high speed quarter, he doesn't possess the 26 second quarter and that is probably the difference between him and some of the other horses in the series but I'm hoping he can scrape in." Hollywood Sign is the only horse that White is currently training and will compete in race four on Saturday night. "Blake lets me work him in with his team and that is a great help, I have really enjoyed my 18 months with Blake, he has taught me so much and it is great to be working with the calibre of horses he has in his stable." "When I moved up from Wagga it was something different for me being away from home but I really enjoy it and I still get to go home occasionally which is good." Harness Racing New South Wales

It was a milestone that crept up on leading Bathurst harness racing reinswoman Amanda Turnbull but it was one that she will savour for many years to come. On the eve of her relocating to Victoria to start a new facet of her life with partner Nathan Jack, Amanda landed her 1000th winner at the Peak Hill Harness Racing Club's TAB Carnival of Cups meeting on Sunday afternoon in what can only be described as a mighty effort. The 24 year old who has inherited the ability of her famous grandfather AD Turnbull and her equally talented father Steve not only busted through the 1000 winner barrier but she also bagged four winners and three placegetters on the eight race program. Amanda didn't have to wait very long to crack the marvellous milestone as it came up in the second race of the afternoon when she combined with her brother Josh to score with Forever Texas ($2.30) in the Elders Rural Services Pace (2250m). She charged the gelding out of gate three to lead and then proceeded to set a brisk pace. And although the gelding was shortening stride as the race drew to a close, he boxed on determinedly to score by a head over Major Gambler ($18.30, Blair Hurst) which had applied plenty of pressure over the final 800 metres and was gallant in defeat. Veracity Red ($3.80) was given every chance by Amy Day who tracked the leaders into the straight but he had to settle for third placing after failing to get on terms with them. There were plenty of supporters on hand to offer congratulations to Amanda and she was presented with flowers and a specially made cake, inscribed with the milestone. Shiraz Shannon ($1.80) scored a clear win in a lack lustre affair which was the Tony & Jill McGrath Pace (2250m) to give Amanda her second winner for the afternoon and trainer Bruce Dumesny his first winner in over 30 years. And it was simply a case of the horse who got the best run got the money with Amanda landing the one out, one back trail with Shiraz Shannon who sprinted quickly at the top of the lane and pinched a winning break. Tee Tiny ($11.90, Andrew Cassell) came from last to grab the second prize narrowly in advance of Snags Hall ($3.10, Steve Dowton) which led and had every chance. Precious M ($1.80) continued the "mid meeting" assault Amanda inflicted on her opponents, taking out the Yardy and Rita Davis Memorial (2250m). This time she was seen up in the death chair with Precious M and the horse was always travelling well within itself until Amanda hit the go button on the home turn. The gelding dashed past the leader and then had to hold off a late challenge from Getaloadaher ($10.90, Blair Hurst) which had followed the winner every inch of the way. Ryans Lane ($5.70, Steve Turnbull) was the pacemaker and although he was well rated in front, he failed to see out the distance and had to settle for third. Cracka Stride ($1.30) could not have been more impressive than he was in taking out the Menangle Where Horses Fly Country Series Heat (1800m), completing Amanda's quartet of winners. After enduring a real charge for the lead, Cracka Stride eventually worked to the lead with 1400 metres to run and Amanda simply ran her opposition off their legs, recording 1.57.9 on the way to a thirteen and a half metre victory. Bohemian Art ($16.60, Anthony Winnell) was the early leader and then sat on the winner's back throughout, holding on strongly for second while Hallycould ($12.50, John O'Shea) ran a respectable race for third after being the other horse in that early speed battle. The Peak Hill Ex-Services & Citizens Club Final (1800m) promised to be a great race and it was certainly shaping that way until the field reached the 400 metre mark when the two favourites for the race, Fantasy Level and Half Crown Gap struck trouble with the latter hitting the deck and dislodging driver Steve Turnbull. Meanwhile, I Surf ($15.20, Murray Sullivan) emerged out of the pack after enjoying a cosy run and got clear near the line to score a strong win over Janets Ace ($15.50, Terry Robb) and Blessedbythebest ($8.50, Amanda Turnbull). I Surf which is owned by prominent Penrith Solicitor, Greg Harris rated 1.58.3 and continued the great run of success being enjoyed by Forbes trainer Jason Gaffney who is building up a nice team of pacers. It was a similar scene in the Tabcorp Park Menangle Country Series Heat (1800m) when Murray Sullivan took a nasty tumble from Bee Mine with 500 metres to run. Stewards deemed the fall was caused by a racing incident and couldn't lay blame on any individual. Thankfully Sullivan escaped with minor injuries as did Steve Turnbull in the previous race. Highview Aria ($3.00) led in the race and again, Amanda Turnbull set a brisk pace. Heza Nuther Melody ($10.50) was able to slot in behind the pace and it was at the 500 metre mark that driver Garth Hot shunted his way into the clear and went out after Highview Aria. The pair settled down to a two horse war for the last furlong and Heza Nuther Melody got the upper hand over the concluding stages to record a strong three and a half metre win. Grouse Party House ($18.10, Robert Clifford) worked home well after racing back along the pegs and he grabbed the third prize. Amy Day made the long trip up from Goulburn worthwhile when she drew early blood in the opening event, the Rosewood Stud 3yo Pace (2250m) with Red Onahi ($3.50). Day always had the flashy chestnut well placed in the running line and despite only winning by a nose, Red Onahi appeared to be the one to beat a long way from home. Amy's cousin, Michael Day Junior was the one who almost upset the apple cart as he brought Pride Of Flight ($11.20) home with a well-timed run from near last and the close finish even left race caller, Craig Easey a little embarrassed as he went the wrong way. Happy Napa ($29.50, John O'Shea) flashed up late to run third, just two metres in arrears. Forbes trained youngster, Karinya Mully ($25.40) recorded a popular win in the Langlands Hanlon 3yo Pace (2250m) giving trainer, driver Gary Eyre and Trundle owners Tom and Col Quade a well-deserved win. Eyre sat patiently at the back of the field for the majority of the trip and when he moved Karinya Mully to the centre of the track with 400 metres to run, the gelding sprinted quickly and rounded the leaders up in the twinkling of an eye. On the line, he had a two and a half metre advantage over Artista Lombo ($2.10, Amanda Turnbull) which settled with a trail but then found the death seat with 800 metres to run. Team Of Starzzz ($3.40, Amy Day) sat behind the leader and appeared to get his chance after seeing daylight in the straight. Harness Racing New South Wales

Harness Racing NSW (HRNSW) is excited to announce a three-year Breeders Challenge sponsorship agreement with the pre-eminent NSW nursery Pepper Tree Farm. Situated in the Lachlan Valley in the central west of NSW, Pepper Tree Farm was established by Rob and Julie Van Dyke in 1996. The substantial quality of horses bred at the stud since its inception is highlighted by four Australian 2yos of the Year; an Australian 3yo of the Year; six winners of the Group 1 Australian Pacing Gold; Victoria and NSW Derby winners; an Australian and Victoria Oaks winner and multiple Breeders Challenge and NSW Sires Stakes champions. Pepper Tree Farm Principal Rob Van Dyke said: "New South Wales has done a lot of positive things over the past few years so we are keen to show our support. "We have a good relationship with the controlling body and believe it is important to have a leading stud such as ours to sponsor the NSW feature juvenile race series. Pepper Tree Farm is very excited to be the sponsor for the ensuing three years." The introduction of the Breeders Challenge was a significant structural change to the NSW breeding industry. The incentives and initiatives associated with the Breeders Challenge have rapidly evolved over the past few years and now include the rich Major Race Series (including trotters), Regional Finals, Nominators (breeders) Cash Bonuses, Owners Bonus Certificates, Blue Series and Incentive Certificates. HRNSW CEO Sam Nati said: "It's immensely satisfying to have a stud such as Pepper Tree Farm associated with one of our most important brands. Rob and Julie are forward thinkers and pivotal to the development of the standardbred in Australia for almost two decades."   Dale Walker | Manager - Marketing | Harness Racing New South Wales                  

The all trotters day meeting at Coolamon will once again attract square gaiters from far and wide and with a recent track upgrade nominations should be strong. The meeting will be held on Anzac Day and in the spirit of the occasion, the club always respects those who served. Club Secretary Helen Turner said a flag raising ceremony would take place before the first race to honour the ANZACs. "We always raise the flag and have a minute's silence to honour the spirit of Anzac Day," she said. "There is a ceremony in town too, in the morning, but we perform our own as well as a mark of respect. One of our former members (Lionel Dennis), who is still a patron of the club, served in the army and proved to be a tremendous help to us over the years." The feature event of the meeting is the $25,000 Group 3 La Coocaracha for mares, whilst the Coolamon Monte, Young Trouper, Oaks, Derby, Humbletonian and Trotters Cup all have $10,000 in prizemoney on offer. Nominations close on Monday April 21 at 11am. By Dale Walker (Harness Racing NSW (HRNSW)                                

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