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There was an eerie feeling at Cambridge Raceway at about 9.25pm tonight (Friday). The big crowd couldn't believe what they had just seen. . . New Zealand's best harness racing pacer 'Auckland Reactor' had suffered his first defeat in 18 starts.

Geoff Webster made it a memorable homecoming last night when he teamed with Mister Swinger to win the $100,000 Sky Channel South Australian Cup (2645m) at Adelaide's Harness Racing track, Globe Derby.

He might now have a Victorian postal address, but Geoff Webster remains a staunch South Australian. Although based at Bannockburn, about 20km out of Geelong, the 53-year-old will forever be remembered as one of South Australia's most successful trainer-drivers.

Geoff Webster likes to give Mister Swinger a hard run the week leading up to feature events, but perhaps not quite as hard as he might be forced to do it in Saturday night's SEW-Eurodrive Popular Alm Free-For-All at Moonee Valley.

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.

Mister Swinger's quest for back-to-back legs of the Victorian Country Cup Carnival received a boost this morning when the emerging star landed barrier four in Sunday's $70,000 SEW-Eurodrive Kilmore Pacing Cup.

He had to go all the way to Nyah for it, but Mister Swinger appreciated being spared an outing against Melpark Major with a strong win in last night's $20,000 Tooleybuc Sporting Club Nyah Pacing Cup (2570m).

Punters wasted no time letting TAB Sports bet know it was generous with Mister Swinger's price in its early market on tomorrow night's $20,000 Tooleybuc Sporting Club Nyah Pacing Cup.

New South Wales owned four year old Mister Swinger has this morning been withdrawn from the 'Courage Under Fire' $200,000 Chariots Of Fire.

Much-hyped colt Otaktay took another step towards justifying the huge raps on him, but Mister Anthony was the biggest winner from last night's Australasian Breeders Crown three-year-old colts and geldings heats at Shepparton.

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