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Victorian harness racing has paid tribute to a long-time trainer, driver, gentleman and Inter Dominion champion in Eric Rothacker. The beloved trots participant passed at age 89 on October 13, leaving behind a devoted family and a considerable imprint on the harness racing landscape. Mr Rothacker continued to train until 2015-16 and drive until 2009-10 after an extensive career of participation, most recently with 1996 Bendigo Trotters Cup winner Larry Do, 1990 Horsham Pacing Cup winner Eck’s Shadow and Fiery Gent (2002). His last training win was with Watch My Sox at St Arnaud on July 2, 2015, when he was aged 86, while it was at age 76 that he piloted his last win (Hanging Loose at Bendigo in November 2005). He was a prominent member of Victorian harness racing royalty, being the son of Vic Rothacker, nephew of Bill Rothacker and cousin of Gordon Rothacker. He formed a terrific and successful bond with Gentleman John (pictured) in the 1950s, a gelding who he owned, trained and drove after the yearling was gifted to him by his father. Gentleman John would win the 1955 A. G. Hunter Cup, three Vic Globe Derby Championships, three Melbourne Showgrounds Free For Alls and the Horsham Easter Cup. But it’s his victory in the 1956 Inter Dominion at Sydney’s Harold Park for Eric Rothacker that would provide a career highlight, with the 26-year-old being at the time the youngest reinsman to win the race. Gentleman John beat local pacer Mineral Spring by a head with New Zealand’s Caduceus a gallant third in front of a crowd of 34,020. It was Gentleman John’s 24th win and took his earnings to £19,000. “The big crowd gave 26-year-old Eric Rothacker a great ovation as the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Alderman P. D. Hills, presented him with several trophies and garlands,” reported the book ‘Inter Dominions: saga of champions’. Harness Racing Victoria extends its condolences to Mr Rothacker’s friends and family.   Trots Media

A driver of almost 1000 starts who crossed codes and become a thoroughbred foreman, Ricky Frew has been remembered as a passionate horse man and true friend. Ricky passed away peacefully while surrounded by his family Sunday night after earlier suffering a heart attack. A father of four and grandfather of one, Ricky's driving career started in 1980, when he spent time with Ted Demmler's stable along side Ron Hall.  Over the next 15 years he was able to achieve great success in both the harness and thoroughbred industries. As a trots driver in Victoria he had 72 wins, 77 seconds and 79 thirds from 837 starts. More recently he has been stable foreman for Tony Vasil, and has spent the last 15 years as assistant trainer/foreman with team Hawkes based in Flemington - working with such horses as Chataqua, All Too Hard, MaLuckyDay and his favourite, Longeron.  A funeral will be held in his honour at Le Pine Funerals, 484 Geelong Rd, West Footscray, at noon on Monday, October 22. Rick's eldest daughter has arranged a Go Fund me account to help raise money for the funeral. Click here for more information:  Harness Racing Victoria sends its condolences to Mr Frew's family and friends.   Harness Racing Victoria

Tornado Valley may head to New Zealand for a crack at the feature Kiwi trot races next month before returning home for the TAB Inter Dominion Trotting Championship after winning tonight’s Group 1 Aldebaran Park Bill Collins Trotters Sprint at Tabcorp Park Melton. First-up from a spell, Tornado Valley was aided by a 10-out-of-10 Kate Gath drive, going hard enough early for potential pest Conon Bridge to drop on to her steed’s back. “I thought if I keep on running through early it’s a chance of dropping on my back and that made a big difference. As soon as he did, I was able to ease the tempo straight away,” Gath said. Tornado Valley trotted his first split in 29.3 and his second in 31.1, which forced major danger Kyvalley Blur to launch from the back earlier than he would have liked, and the rest was elementary. Tornado Valley got home in 56 seconds. Dance Craze rattled home into second place for Anton Golino and Rodney Petroff, while Kyvalley Blur sustained his long effort to finish in third. Tornado Valley’s mile rate was 1:55.7. “I think he’ll be good with a sit as well,” Kate Gath said when asked about Tornado Valley’s plans in coming months. “I don’t think he has to be driven this way (tonight). At home, he’s really good with a sit. I think he’s versatile.” Tornado Valley – a son of Skyvalley – is now the clear TAB Inter Dominion Trotting Championship favourite. Representing race sponsor Aldebaran Park, Duncan McPherson remarked “to see Skyvalley sire the winner is a great thrill for us”.  Skyvalley stands at Aldebaran Park. Read about Tiger Tara's enormous Pryde's EasiFeed Victoria Cup victory Book your ID18 tickets online now   Cody Winnell Trots Media

EQUITANA Melbourne patrons will be offered the opportunity to witness the excitement of the trots through free entry into one of the 2018 TAB Inter Dominion events with a recognised 2018 EQUITANA Melbourne gate pass. In December, the TAB Inter Dominion returns to Victoria for the first time in 10 years, and the reintroduction this year of the Trotting Inter Dominion Championship – to run alongside the Pacing Inter Dominion Championship – will see the best standardbred horses of both gaits journey to Victoria for Australasia’s most prestigious harness racing event. ID18 opens with heats at Tabcorp Park Melton on opening night, Saturday December 1, followed by heat nights two and three at Ballarat (December 4) and Cranbourne (December 8). Then, on Saturday night December 15, ID18 culminates with the exhilarating Inter Dominion Grand Finals at Tabcorp Park Melton. The Seven Network will broadcast TAB Inter Dominion Grand Final Night between 9pm and 10.30pm. For all equine enthusiasts, the EQUITANA and TAB Inter Dominion events provide a unique opportunity to experience two vastly different aspects of the equine world. EQUITANA is famous as an education, entertainment and shopping frezy, and the ID18 showcases the most exciting harness racing in the southern hemisphere, and you can have both for the price of one EQUITANA ticket. HRV’s HERO (Horse Education and Re-homing Opportunities) program will feature at EQUITANA. Secure your EQUITANA ticket at   CODY WINNELL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

A tragedy avoided could bring triumph to Shane Tritton's team with Franco Nelson, only months from a near-death illness, well-placed for a mighty tilt at Saturday night's Pryde's EasiFeed Victoria Cup. The New South Wales' trainer joined Jason Bonnington and Blake Redden on RSN 927's Gait Speed ahead of yesterday's barrier draw, when Franco Nelson drew barrier six, outside Tiger Tara and Chicago Bull but still rated by some to make a forward running. This will be the Christian Cullen nine-year-old's 13th start for Tritton, all in 2018, a year of a significant up - his first Group 1 win in the Bohemia Crystal - and a significant down, which Tritton outlined on Gait Speed. "He's had an interesting year since he won his Group 1 at Miracle Mile time, we gave him a little let up and brought him up for the Len Smith," Tritton said. "We didn't know that he was racing and training with pneumonia. We didn't find this until he got crook and he actually had his intestines turned toxic and almost died." Having been first up from a two-month spell before the July 1 Len Smith Mile, Franco Nelson wouldn't return again until the September 29 Les Chant Cup, when he was fourth, 3.8m behind Victoria Cup contender Mach Doro. "We've taken our time, he's probably feeling the best I've ever had him - he's screaming at all the mares and is certainly on the top of his game," Tritton said. "I'm confident that, he's obviously going to improve with racing, but if he gets the right trip I wouldn't be swapping him for any in the race. "Someone asked me the other day what's the best horse you've ever trained. I think Nelson is a horse that can race under any conditions and if you have got to do the bullocking work he's still there at the end." While Franco Nelson's gate 6 draw and My Alpha Rock's gate 11 draw are tricky, stablemate Gotta Go Ya Hu claimed the polemarker and is well placed. "I'm very happy with all three of them, I think Nelson's a proven horse. I think Lauren will stick with him to drive, which says a lot. If you are going to take one into a battle you want one that's done it plenty of times before." Trots Media

Victoria's trotting community is mourning the loss of Garry 'Yappa' Jennings, a trots devotee who served as farrier, was an owner, trainer and driver. Mr Jennings, who died on September 30 aged 64, was the second eldest of 11 children born in Portland and was influenced by the horses that were directly next door. Mt Gambier was the obvious trip to watch the trots and he went there with his father, Allan, and Grandfather, Charlie. They were related and close to Teddy Jennings, who won many many driving and training premierships in the area over a very long time, including with Greenwald, who had a great rivalry with Reichman and was renowned as a true iron horse. While his family moved to Geelong in 1969, Garry returned to his beloved country. He was only 15 but worked on farms with cattle and helped break-in horses for people like the Fairthornes in the Bridgewater area west of Portland. He learnt to trim and shoe horses himself and became an expert who was sought by many of the top trotting trainers. Paris Affair was shod by Garry as were the Cravens' horses from the Terang area. On Wednesday night at Terang they wore black armbands in respect for Garry. The Jilliby and Keayang horses were all looked after by Garry. He serviced all the Western District and beyond, including into South Australia. He often got home well after dark but he loved it and everyone knew him as ‘Yappa’. He also trained and drove many winners and this is what he loved. He is a true legend of the industry, a great horseman and friend to all, especially the battlers who loved the sport like him. His family will miss him so much along with all who knew him. A funeral will be held at the Cape Bridgewater Cemetery on Saturday October 6 at 11.30 am. Following that there will be a wake at the Portland Golf Club where photos, videos and many stories will be shared. Harness Racing Victoria sends its condolences to Mr Jennings' family and friends.   Harness Racing Victoria

Kilmore Football Netball Club has an extra $429.90 in its coffers thanks to Harness Racing Victoria’s (HRV) Grassroots Gold program. The club had over 30 members on course at the Jet Roofing Kilmore Pacing Cup last Thursday night and cheered on Jason Bonnington’s Grassroots Gold Good Form Game Plan. “We’re absolutely rapt with that,” Kilmore vice-president Jamie Archer said. “We’re working on plenty of projects at the moment and that money will help a lot.” Find out more about the Grassroots Gold campaign The local club will now look forward to Mildura Cup night on April 13 when all Grassroots Gold partner clubs will have a share in a $2500 Good Form punters’ club. Grassroots Gold is pairing grassroots sporting clubs with their local trots clubs across Victoria, and raising important funds for projects, uniforms, equipment and infrastructure.   Cody Winnell Trots Media

104 pacers, 88 trotters have been nominated for TAB ID18 Nominations for the 2018 TAB Inter Dominion Pacing and Trotting Championships closed today. All up, 104 pacers and 88 trotters have been nominated for ID18, with representation from throughout Australia and New Zealand.   2018 TAB Inter Dominion Pacing nominations click here. 2018 TAB Inter Dominion Trotting nominations click here.   The first round of official ID18 rankings will be released by HRV on Wednesday.    Cody Winnell Trots Media

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) today announced Tabcorp as principal sponsorship partner for Australasia’s most prestigious harness racing series, the 2018 TAB Inter Dominion. The new sponsorship agreement includes naming rights to both the Inter Dominion pacing and trotting series of races, comprising heats and grand finals, the Inter Dominion barrier draw function to be held at Zinc Federation Square and the associated live broadcast from the barrier draw on RSN. Tabcorp Executive General Manager of Wagering Andy Wright welcomed today’s announcement. “TAB is delighted to back the Inter Dominion as it returns to Victoria for the first time in a decade. As Australia’s biggest supporter of racing it’s natural that we would back the biggest harness race in Australia,” Mr Wright said. “Punters that support TAB are supporting Australian racing. We’re thrilled to be part of the Channel 7 coverage of the series and we can’t wait to see the 2018 TAB Inter Dominion action.” HRV Chairman Dale Monteith thanked TAB for its ongoing commitment to the Australian racing industry and its support for the Inter Dominion. “The TAB brand is synonymous with all codes of racing in Australia and we’re thrilled to have the TAB brand aligned with the 2018 Inter Dominion as it returns to Victoria for the first time since 2008,” Mr Monteith said. “TAB is the natural fit for the Inter Dominion given its prominent sponsorships of premier races across all codes, including the TAB Everest and TAB Australian Cup in the thoroughbreds and the TAB Melbourne Cup in the greyhounds.” Last week HRV announced a partnership with the Seven Network, which will deliver live free-to-air national television coverage of the 2018 TAB Inter Dominion Finals from Tabcorp Park Melton on Saturday night, December 15. Secure your ID18 tickets today! Cody Winnell Trots Media

On 7 September 2018 in accordance with Australian Harness Racing Rule (AHRR) 183(c), (d) and 15(d), Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Stewards provisionally suspended the licenses of Mr Nathan Jack, Mr Mark Pitt and Ms Lisa Bartley after they had been found guilty of charges under Section 195C of the Crimes Act (1958).  These charges relate to engaging in conduct that corrupts or would corrupt the betting outcome of an event or event contingency. Mr Jack, Mr Pitt and Ms Bartley were also prevented from racing or trialling any horses owned by them and excluded from attending any racecourse. Parties were provided with the opportunity to provide submissions to Stewards as to why these restrictions should not remain in place pending the completion of the Stewards investigation.  Stewards have considered all relevant information, including; the decision of Magistrate Murphy in the Wodonga Magistrates Court on 7 September 2018, submissions provided on behalf of the participants, the need for the protection of the integrity of the Harness Racing industry and to maintain the confidence of the conduct of races. It is the Stewards decision to continue the invocation of the provisions of the relevant AHRR until the completion of the Stewards investigation. The participants have been advised of their rights of appeal against this decision and any such appeal must be lodged with the HRV Racing Appeals and Disciplinary (RAD) Board Registrar by 5:00pm on 1 October 2018. As the Magistrates Court decision regarding the criminal charges remains subject to an appeal, HRV will not be making any further comment at this time Harness Racing Victoria

The return of the pinnacle of Australasian harness racing, the Inter Dominion Series, to Victoria after a 10-year hiatus will have a national television audience as the next generation of pacers and trotters clash in Melbourne in December. The Seven Network has signed on to provide a 1.5-hour live coverage of the Inter Dominion Pacing and Trotting finals on Saturday night, December 15. “The Inter Dominion is a major sporting event and the biggest harness race in Australasia so put simply it belongs on free-to-air television,” HRV Chairman Dale Monteith said. “We’re delighted to be in that space from 9pm until 10.30pm on Saturday December 15 and I’m sure everybody who tunes in will thoroughly enjoy the coverage.” Mr Monteith said fellow HRV Board member Danny Frawley had been integral in securing the Channel 7 partnership. “I must acknowledge the fantastic work of Danny Frawley, who has facilitated this arrangement and worked really hard behind the scenes to make it happen,” Mr Monteith said. “We’re really pleased to be aligned with the Seven Network and looking forward to building long-term relationships with Australian media and broadcasters of sport to ensure current and future generations can continue to enjoy the thrill and excitement of trots for many years to come.”   Cody Winnell Trots Media

On 20 September 2018, the Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Racing Appeals and Disciplinary (RAD) Board considered charges issued against licensed trainer-driver John Justice under Australian Harness Racing Rules (AHRR) 193(1) and 187(2) relating to a HRV Stewards inspection of his property on 27 January 2018. Charge 1, under AHRR 193(1) which states: A person shall not attempt to stomach tube or stomach tube a horse nominated for a race or event within 48 hours of the commencement of the race or event. The particulars of this charge were that on 27 January 2018 Mr Justice attempted to stomach tube the horse ‘Carload’ which was engaged to race at the Tabcorp Park Melton harness racing meeting that evening. Charges 2 under AHRR 187(2) which states: A person shall not refuse to answer questions or to produce a horse, document, substance or piece of equipment, or give false or misleading evidence or information at an inquiry or investigation. The particulars of Charge 2 were that Mr Justice gave evidence at a HRV Stewards inquiry at Tabcorp Park Melton on 27 January 2018, that he planned on scratching ‘Carload’ due to welfare concerns he had for the horse, which was evidence he knew to be false. Mr Justice was represented at the hearing by Mr Robert Seamer and Mr Dayle Brown (Special Counsel) appeared for the HRV Stewards. Mr Justice pleaded guilty to Charge 1 prior to the Board hearing evidence from Mark Hill (HRV Stipendiary Steward) and Dr Lesley Hawson (HRV Veterinarian) and submissions from Mr Brown and Mr Seamer before adjourning to consider Charge 2. Mr Justice did not give evidence. The Board found Mr Justice guilty of Charge 2 on the balance of probabilities. The Board’s reasons for this finding were as follows:  It accepted the evidence of Dr Hawson that the treatment Mr Justice proposed to give to the horse would not assist dehydration and was a treatment usually given to counteract “tying up” and reduce inflammation and muscle soreness. Further, Mr Justice was aware that saline would have been an appropriate treatment for dehydration, evident from his answers on transcript at the Stewards’ inquiry held at Melton late in the day on 27 January 2018.  At the time Mr Justice said “Yeah and he’ll be scratched I guess? We won’t be going to the trots tonight” (John Justice interview transcript - 27 January 2018, page 14) he said nothing to the stewards about planning to scratch the horse himself. This was not mentioned until the later interview at the track and suggests that Mr Justice came up with that explanation for his conduct between his initial interview with the stewards and the later interview at Melton.  The only undisputed evidence as to a telephone conversation between Mr Justice and Mr Patrick Monaghan (one of the owners of ‘Carload’) was after the horse was scratched and was as follows (HRV Stewards inquiry transcript - 27 January 2018, pages 27-28): Mr Monaghan: The only reason John give to me he said he was given it race day vitamins or something, and you’re not allowed to do it on the day. That’s what he said. Mr Murray: Yep, and did he explain anything with respect to the geldings current health or welfare. Was there any issues raised about that? Mr Monaghan: He said it was, all he said was he said it looked a bit dehydrated… Penalty In determining penalty the HRV RAD Board considered Mr Justice’s guilty plea to the first charge, but noted that it was somewhat offset by the circumstances of the second charge. The Board also considered Mr Justice’s good record over approximately 40 years in the industry, the need for specific and general deterrence, penalties in similar matters and the purpose of the rules in ensuring that there is a level playing field.  After taking these factors into account, the HRV RAD Board issued the following penalties: Charge 1 – 12 month disqualification Charge 2 – 3 month disqualification (to be served concurrently with Charge 1) The HRV RAD Board also ordered that the penalty commence at midnight on 27 September 2018. HRV RAD Board Panel: Alanna Duffy (Chair), Hugh Millar, Rod Osborne   Harness Racing Victoria

 On 20 September 2018, the Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Racing Appeals and Disciplinary (RAD) Board considered a charge issued by HRV Stewards under Australian Harness Racing Rule (AHRR) 190(1) against licensed trainer-driver Anthony Adams. AHRR 190(1) reads as follows: A horse shall be presented for a race free of prohibited substances. The charge related to a urine sample collected from the horse ‘Lifeplusten’ after it finished first in Race 10, the ‘Mark Gurry & Associates Pace’, at the Mildura harness racing meeting on 28 December 2017. Racing Analytical Services Limited (RASL) reported the analysis of that urine sample revealed arsenic in excess of the allowable threshold. Mr Adams was also charged with a breach of AHRR 119C(1) in that ‘Lifeplusten’ and ‘Mister Magic Man’ were stabled at a training establishment that had not been registered during the relevant time and approval had not been obtained from the Stewards for the horses to be stabled at this location. Mr Adams pleaded guilty to both charges before submissions on penalty were heard from HRV Stewards and Mr Adams. In deciding an appropriate penalty, the HRV RAD Board considered Mr Adams’ guilty pleas and cooperation throughout the investigation; the purpose of the rules; both general and specific deterrence; Mr Adams’ good record in regard to prohibited substances; and the steps taken to prevent a recurrence. Mr Adams was subsequently fined $2000, of which $1000 was suspended for a period of 12 months. In relation to the charge regarding the stabling location of the horses, Mr Adams was fined the sum of $500. The HRV RAD Board also ordered that, under AHRR 195, that ‘Lifeplusten’ be disqualified from Race 10 at Mildura on 28 December 2017 and that the placings be amended accordingly. HRV RAD Board Panel: Alanna Duffy (Chair), Dr Hugh Millar, Rod Osborne   Harness Racing Victoria

Harness Racing Victoria’s (HRV’s) 2018 Annual Report was today tabled in State Parliament. The HRV Annual Report documented a consolidated group net profit of $502,000, a significant reversal on last year’s $1.695m net loss. Other highlights of the Annual Report included record prizemoney of $39.8m paid out in 2017-18 and wagering turnover grew by 8% to a record $929m. During 2017-18 HRV also: - Increased investment in integrity and equine welfare; - Ran an additional 140 races (up 4% on the previous season, and at a five-year high); - Released prizemoney to owners and trainers sooner to improve participant cash flow; - Implemented an Industry Assistance Program free to all licenced Victorian harness racing participants; - Created Trots Vision (free live streaming of Victorian harness racing online) by renegotiating a new agreement with key wagering partner Tabcorp; - Implemented a Minimum Bet Policy (the first Australian harness racing jurisdiction to do this); - Partnered with Harness Racing NSW and Harness Racing NZ to secure the Inter Dominion for nine years – including the reintroduction of the Trotting Inter Dominion. HRV Chairman Dale Monteith welcomed the HRV Annual Report. “I am extremely proud of the HRV team, who have contributed to such a significant turnaround in the past 12 months. “Turning a $1.695m loss into a $502,000 profit for the industry in the space of one year shows the value of a range of initiatives designed to reduce costs, improve revenue and grow market share. “Our CEO David Martin, his executive management team and all HRV staff have worked extremely hard in the last 12 months and I’d like to thank them for their commitment during what has been a challenging period of time. “Ultimately there is still much to be done, but as an industry financial stability is paramount to ensuring we can improve returns to the industry as well as investing in key areas. “HRV is committed to continuing to work closely with participants, owners, breeders, our clubs and kindred bodies as we strive to improve the returns for the industry in the years ahead.” Click here to view the 2017-18 Harness Racing Victoria Annual Report    Cody Winnell

On 7 September 2018, Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Stewards suspended the licenses of Mr Nathan Jack, Mr Mark Pitt and Ms Lisa Bartley after they had been found guilty of charges under Section 195C of the Crimes Act (1958).  These charges relate to engaging in conduct that corrupts or would corrupt the betting outcome of an event or event contingency. Mr Jack, Mr Pitt and Ms Bartley were also prevented from racing or trialling any horses owned by them and excluded from attending any Victorian racecourse. Parties were provided with the opportunity to provide submissions to Stewards by 5pm on 17 September 2018, as to why these restrictions should not remain in place pending the completion of the Stewards investigation.  Following requests from the parties legal counsels Stewards have allowed an extension for the lodging of submissions, with them now due by 5pm on 20 September 2018.  The provisional restrictions placed upon Mr Jack, Mr Pitt and Ms Bartley shall remain in place pending final determination by the Stewards. As the Magistrates Court decision regarding the criminal charges remains subject to an appeal period, HRV will not be making any further comment at this time.   Harness Racing Victoria

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) will restrict all C0 class races in Victoria from November 1 to four-year-old and older pacers. The programming adjustment follows analysis of open-age C0 races in the 2017-18 season, which revealed: From 162 races run, 74 comprised one or more 3YO starters (45.68%) Of those 74 races, 52 were won by a 3YO (70.27%) A 3YO started favourite in 62 of those 74 races (83.78%), winning on 42 occasions (67.74%) Of those 42 wins, 36 were odds-on favourites (85.71%), while 30 were $1.40 or shorter (71.43%) “The data clearly showed that the practice of three-year-old pacers competing in, and more often than not, winning open-age C0 races is detrimental to our racing product from a wagering perspective,” HRV General Manager of Racing Stephen Bell said. “It also shows that it is difficult for a four-year-old and older horse to win a C0 race, which obviously makes it harder for owners and trainers to keep that horse on the racetrack.” The change means that a three-year-old pacer having won two three-year-old races – thus being assessed as a C0/3C2 – will now be required to have its first open-age start in a C1 race. Under the Australian Handicapping Rules, a horse only incurs one career penalty for a win. Therefore a C0/3C2 pacer will become a C1/3C3 pacer after winning its first C1 class race. Such horse will remain eligible to again contest a C1 class race, now as a C1/3C3 pacer. Effectively, a three-year-old pacer will not be adversely affected, as it will still be able to win four races and be assessed C2/3C4, now in most cases by winning two three-year-old races and two C1 class races, whereas in previous seasons it will have won two three-year-old races, a C0 class race and a C1 class race. The analysis also highlighted that 22 open-age C0 only races were deleted, 18 of which contained one or more three-year-old nomination. “This amendment will provide more competitive racing in the four-year-old and older C0 races and will enhance the prospects of four-year-old horses winning their $7000 Vicbred First Win Bonus,” Mr Bell said. “It will also assist five-year-old and older horses winning their $3500 Vicbred First Win Bonus.”   CODY WINNELL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER HARNESS RACING VICTORIA ur privacy policy can be accessed from our web site:

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