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Kiwi bred 5-Y-0 Washington Vc/People's Princess gelding Our Arlington capped off a sensational weekend for Geelong district harness racing owners Ron Anderson, Neil Richmond and Garth Allen, Bannockburn trainer Geoff Webster and reinsman Greg Sugars after winning the $25,000 Matthews Petroleum Hamilton Pacing Cup for M0 or better class (D-H) over 2660 metres at Hamilton on Sunday.

The temperatures soared in Melbourne on Friday January 4, reaching a top of 41.1 degrees around 6-00pm. While this was happening, the harness racing meeting at Tabcorp Park Melton was taking place as runners scorched around the track in blistering times.

Respected Victorian trainer Geoff Webster has decided to head to Tabcorp Park Menangle on Saturday night despite the Victoria Cup meeting being run at Melton on the same night.

Six year old Blissful Hall/Petite Alto entire Bitobliss made it back to back harness racing victories in the time honoured (Group 2) $70,000 Kilmore Pacing Cup over 3150 metres on Sunday October 28, sponsored for the first time by the Kilmore Equine Clinic.

Astute Bannockburn (Geelong) trainer Geoff Webster landed the quinella in the Next Race Meet Monday 5th November Pace for C2 & C3 class over 2100 metres at the Geelong Harness Racing Club fixture held on Tuesday October 23 with classy 4-Y-0 Mach Three/Lady Of My Life gelding Charlie Machsheen defeating Kotare Roland in a rate of 1-57.8.

Two heats of the "Claiming Masters" Series took place at TP Melton on Friday September 21, with both Cosmic Under Fire and Washmepockets the victors.

It has been more than two years since the Geoff Webster trained Mister Zion has raced at Tabcorp Park Menangle. At his last harness racing start he was favourite before finishing eighth in the 2010 Paleface Adios Sprint, a qualifier for the prestigious Chariots Of Fire.

Two mandatory harness racing meetings were held in provincial Victoria on Wednesday June 27, Maryborough in Central Victoria conducting the day fixture and Terang in the Western District racing at night.

The tears of emotion and elation were hard to hold back for the harness racing connections of Adelaide visitor Come On Frank, when he scored his biggest career success - the $100,000 (Group 1) Empire Stallions Vicbred Super Series Final for Four Year Old Entires & Geldings over 2240 metres at Tabcorp Park Melton on Friday (May 18).

A tremendous field lined up for the 2112 harness racing edition of the Park Douglas Printing $50,000 (Group 2) Mildura Pacing Cup for M0 or better class over 2600 metres on Saturday April 14 and what a race it was, with victory going to much improved ex-Kiwi 5-Y-0 Badlands Hanover/Sheza Trick gelding Heza Trick.

Local harness racing owners Vince and Maria Sanzaro were "over the moon" after winning the $25,000 SEW-Eurodrive Geelong Rocket at Beckley Park Geelong on Saturday with former Kiwi 7-Y-0 gelding Lets Slash An Burn.

Two harness racing meetings were held in Victoria on Friday September 30, with Horsham in the Wimmera District conducting the day fixture and the ever progressive Ballarat Club racing at night.

History beckons for Bannockburn based ex-harness racing pacer Mister Zion ahead of his maiden squaregaiting start this Friday night. Geoff Webster's six-year-old son of Red River Hanover may not be the first dual-gaited performer to grace an Australian racetrack but he will make the switch with a unique honour to his name.

Geelong was the venue for Monday (june 4) harness racing and a compact eight event card was held at Beckley Park, with several favoured runners saluting the judge. Local (Bannockburn) trainer Geoff Webster opened proceedings with Artsplace/Big Time Babe filly Hey Donna taking the Free Admission 2-Y-0 Pace over 2100 metres in an easy rate of 2-04.7.

Mister Swinger, the first son of former harness racing champion pacer Village Jasper 1:51, Australia's leading sire for the last two years, will stand this season at Tony and Robert Ross's Rosswood Stud, near Dubbo in New South Wales.

After last week's overdue breakthrough in the Glenferrie Farm Italian Cup, brilliant Bannockburn harness racing trainer and driver Geoff Webster may have finally found the key to star stayer Lets Slash An Burn; himself.

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