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The newest horse on the commentators' blacklist, Chattanoogachoochoo, will go down in the harness racing history books as the last ever winner of the Northern Hemisphere Time Pace after taking out the $30,000 co-feature at Alexandra Park tonight.

In a small 7-horse field where two time New Zealand Cup champion Terror To Love will start a dominate favourite, who is more likely to upset than Highview Tommy?

Two-time New Zealand Cup place getter Highview Tommy will still be in blue, just a slightly lighter shade. The 7-year-old enigmatic pacer has been shifted to the Woodend Beach stable of Greg and Nina Hope on the advice of his former harness racing trainer Mark Purdon.

The second day (Tuesday) of the Westport Trotting Club's meeting was dominated by Woodend harness racing trainers Greg and Nina Hope. Long-time supporters of the Christmas Coast circuit the Hopes bagged themselves a hat-trick of wins on day two including a double by super-sire Mach Three.

Miracle Mach came to harness racing trainers Greg and Nina Hope three months ago carrying along with him a reputation for not being able to fulfill his obligations. The son of Mach Three formerly trained by leading horseman Mark Purdon and Grant Payne, suffers from a number of ailments including Navicular disease, or syndrome as it's sometimes known.

Husband and wife harness racing trainers Greg and Nina Hope achieved a notable milestone at today's Geraldine Trotting Club meeting when registering 100 training wins as a partnership.

Punters were feeling the affects of the after-shock caused by Cullini's upset win at the Methven Trotting Club's harness racing meeting held at Mt Harding Racecourse today (Sunday).

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