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Air quality is being monitored daily prior to scheduled Victorian harness racing meetings due to the state’s current bushfire crisis. Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) General Manager of Integrity Brent Fisher confirmed air quality checks were being conducted and added that wherever possible two veterinarians were currently present at race meetings to monitor the welfare of horses. “Additional measures are in place and we will continue to listen to the advice of our veterinarians to ensure all decisions are informed and in the best interest of our human and equine participants,” Fisher said. HRV recently cancelled a scheduled Echuca race meeting due to a Code Red fire day, while other meetings have been rescheduled due to predicted extreme heat. Fisher encouraged trots participants to familiarise themselves with this notice issued by VicEmergency and said HRV would communicate any schedule changes as early as possible. “We’ll use the text message alert system to inform participants of any significant changes to the schedule. We’ll also advise via social media and our website,” Fisher said.   HRV Trots Media

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) today announced a $10,000 commitment to the Victorian Farmers Federation Disaster Relief efforts to support farmers affected by the bushfires. Announcing the funding, HRV CEO Dayle Brown said it was important to stand with those people in harness heartland - rural Victoria - during times of adversity. "Harness racing is an industry with roots firmly entrenched in Victorian Rural communities and we are all gutted by the devastation," Brown said. "Today's commitment of $10,000 will help provide some relief for the hard-working families in these fire-affected regions, because obviously people are doing it really tough out there. "HRV is also committed to exploring other ways to support industry participants during these challenging times of drought and bushfire." Click here to read the full announcement online at   Cody Winnell HRV Trots Media

The stars of the sulky and the stables will be joined by about 300 industry guests as the 2020 TAB Summer of Glory is launched on Tuesday January 14 at Bray Raceway, Ballarat. From 8.30am the super morning will be broadcast live from Ballarat on radio RSN, with the all-star trio of Michael Felgate, Dan Mielicki and Jason Bonnington taking listeners through until 1pm. At 9.30am the barrier draw for the PETstock Ballarat Pacing Cup will be conducted live and a host of special guests will join the panel to talk trots throughout the morning. The club will conduct free trials at 10am, with a free hot breakfast served for all attendees. Connections of Ballarat Cup runners are invited to attend and may draw their barrier number. For catering purposes all attendees must register with Bianca Brehaut via email More than $2million prizemoney adorns this year's three-night TAB Summer of Glory. The Victoria Oaks has been moved to the summer, with Oaks heats to run alongside Downbytheseaside Victoria Derby heats at Ballarat before both finals are held on night two at Tabcorp Park Melton. The opening night feature race will be the time-honoured Group 1 $110,000 PETstock Ballarat Pacing Cup. In addition to the Group 1 three-year-old classics, the $200,000 Derby and $150,000 Oaks finals, night two of the TAB Summer of Glory (Saturday January 25) will feature the Group 1 $100,000 TAB 4YO Bonanza over 1720m (a qualifier for the $200,000 Chariots of Fire at Menangle in February), the Group 1 DNR Logistics V.L. Dullard Trotters Cup over 2240m, the Group 2 $50,000 DNR Logistics Casey Classic over 2240m and the inaugural Group 2 $50,000 Mercury80 Final over 1200m. On Saturday February 1 the carnival finale sees the best pacers from throughout Australasia in Victoria's most prestigious race, the $500,000 Group 1 Del-Re National A.G. Hunter Cup over 2760m. Australasia's best trotters are also in the spotlight that night, the $250,000 Group 1 What the Hill Great Southern Star over 2760m Australia's trotting pinnacle event, while the fastest open-age mares in the land will vie for the $100,000 Group 1 Pridmore Electrics Ladyship Cup over 1720m (winner automatically qualifies for the $200,000 Ladyship Mile at Menangle in late February). Trackside on Hunter Cup Night, 'Get Set' to party along with Australian music royalty as Jason Singh (pictured) from Taxiride performs live just prior to the Hunter Cup and after the last. The barrier draws for the Hunter Cup and Great Southern Star will be conducted at the Caduceus Club's Annual Dinner at the Members Dining Room, MCG, from 6.30pm on Tuesday January 28. Tickets are $135 per head and include dinner and drinks. Bookings can be made by phoning Ted Webster on 0417 327 636. The barrier draw for night two will be conducted live via a special Sky Racing 1 broadcast, which will also be streamed across Sky Racing and HRV Trots Media social channels at 9.30am on Tuesday January 21. "The TAB Summer of Glory is Victoria's premier harness racing carnival and attracts interest in our industry from throughout Australia and New Zealand across three big nights," Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) CEO Dayle Brown said. "To keep improving the event we've made some changes, including the introduction of the Mercury80 series, the Oaks being moved into the carnival, the distance increases for the three-year-old classics and the alignment of our greatest trotting and pacing races, the Great Southern Star and the A.G. Hunter Cup on night three. "With more than $2million in stakemoney across the TAB Summer of Glory it has become a major sporting event on the Victorian calendar and will ensure the industry receives vital mainstream airplay." Details on Night 1 at Ballarat Details on Nights 2 and 3 at Tabcorp Park Melton HRV Trots Media

In the lead up to the end of 2019, we’re feeling a little nostalgic at Trots Media. In the spirit of celebrating our great sport and remembering just what our incredible athletes are capable of on, and off the track, let’s take a look back at the decade that was. Blake Redden has detailed what he considers to be the 10 best races between 2010 and today. Stay tuned for the countdown as we deliver one incredible race replay each and every day in the search for the most exciting contest in the last 10 years. 10: 2018 Inter Dominion – Tiger Tara It would be remiss of us not to start with a race fresh in the memory. The win of Tiger Tara in the 2018 Inter Dominion makes it into this list for a number of reasons. Firstly, it was the first Inter Dominion back in Melbourne for more than a decade. The build-up felt organic and, for trots fans at the very least, this felt like something extra special. That was only confirmed when Tabcorp Park Melton saw one of its biggest ever crowds turn out to finals night, which was quickly turned into a one act affair. There was drama, however, with Mach Doro carving across the face of the field early to lead before handing over to Tiger Tara. From there it became a time trial and, wow, did Kevin Pizzuto’s pacer put on a display for patrons on-course and those watching around Australasia. Let's relive the night to remember:   HRV Trots Media - Blake Redden  

On 24 and 25 September 2019, the Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Racing Appeals and Disciplinary (RAD) Board considered charges issued by HRV Stewards against licensed trainer-driver Ellen Tormey and licensed trainer-driver Glenn Douglas under Australian Harness Racing Rule (AHRR) 193. Ms Tormey was charged with a breach of AHRR 193(7) which states:      A person shall not allow or permit another person to attempt to perform or perform any of the      actions prohibited by sub-rules (1), (2) or (3). Mr Douglas was charged with a breach of 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 charges relate to a stable inspection by HRV Stewards on 1 December 2018 at the registered training establishment of Ellen Tormey where it was alleged that Ms Tormey allowed Mr Douglas to stomach tube or attempt to stomach tube ‘The Boss Man’ which was engaged to compete in Race 4, the ‘TAB Inter Dominion Trotting Championship (1st Round Qualifying Heat 2) (Group 3)’ at Tabcorp Park Melton that night. Decision On 11 December 2019, the HRV RAD Board delivered its decision in finding both Ms Tormey and Mr Douglas guilty of the charges. A summary of the HRV RAD Board decision can be found here. Penalty On 19 December 2019, the HRV RAD Board heard submissions in relation to penalty. After considering those submissions and taking into account the respective offence records; personal references and circumstances; the seriousness of the charges; both specific and general deterrence; and similar cases, the HRV RAD Board determined that the appropriate penalties were: Glenn Douglas – 2 years disqualification Ellen Tormey – 18 months disqualification   Harness Racing Victoria

Unbeaten colt Keayang Ignite has got the green light from stewards and is ready for his crack at Group 1 glory this Saturday. The Paddy Lee-trained son of Angus Hall bled during his most recent win at Tabcorp Park Melton and was forced to take part in a satisfactory trial before being able to take his place in the Alderbaran Park Vicbred Platinum Home Grown Classic (3YO Trotting Colts and Geldings). He was sent around before the races at Terang on Sunday and did so with a minimum of fuss. Lee’s brother Jason believes the horse bled from one nostril because something struck him early in the December 9 race. “We think that he copped either a rock or a stone or a knock to his nose, but he scoped all clear and the vets passed him all fine,” Lee, who will take the drive on Saturday night, said. “But with any sort of blood you’ve got to go to the trials. He trialled at Terang on Sunday before the race meeting and he was all clear. “We scoped him again after that just to make sure everything was okay with the horse and he was no worries.” Keayang Ignite, who was bought at the 2018 Australasian Premier Trotting Sale by the Lee family, won his first two trips to the races in October by big margins. And he was again impressive when winning at Melton on December 9, which was a heat of this Saturday night’s final. “He’s going in fit and ready to go,” Lee said. “There’s obviously a couple of nice trotters in it and even though he won the heat, they’re going to be improved a bit. But I’d like to think he’d be a bit more forward from his run as well.” If successful, Keayang Ignite would become Paddy Lee’s first Group 1 winner in a short training career that has already produced 61 winners from 216 runners. A field of nine has been assembled for the $50,000 event over the 1720m trip, which will go as race 11 on the 12-race card. The Group 1 Alderbaran Park Vicbred Platinum Home Grown Classic (3YO Trotting Fillies) is the other feature on the night and has drawn a field of 10 with one emergency. The Alderbaran Park R C Freestone Trotters Free For All (2240m, NR 80-120) and the Doug Hayes Transport Gold Chalice (2240m, 3YO Fillies) will also be run at Group 3 level in what is a bumper night of racing at Victorian headquarters. All the action kicks off with the opening race at 4.53pm. KEAYANG Ignite is one of seven Australasian Premier Trotting Sale graduates who will contest the Aldebaran Park Vicbred Platinum Home Grown Classic finals. The $15,000 purchase was from the 2018 crop along with Aldebaran Knox ($90,000), Jade Nien ($15,000), Aldebaran Jethro (passed in), Rules Dont Apply ($20,000) and Builder Bob ($41,000), who will all contest the three-year-old trotting colts and geldings final. Aldebaran Stevie ($8000) is the only sale graduate in the fillies' final. The sales catalogue for the 2020 Australasian Premier Trotting Sale, which will be on February 2 at Inglis Sales Complex, has just been released. Click here to view the sales catalogue.   HRV Trots Media - Tim O'Connor

Good news for racing fans today with a new trots form guide option launched at The popular website will house trots form guides daily thanks to APIs developed by HRV’s technology arm, Racing Information Services Enterprise (RISE). Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) has been working more broadly with for over 12 months, with the site featuring key trots wagering and editorial content during the 2018 Victorian Inter Dominion and TAB Summer of Glory. CHECK OUT THE NEW GUIDE “This is great news for harness racing,” HRV CEO Dayle Brown said today. “Broadening our audience, delivering interesting content that punters want and driving new awareness in the sport has to be an important part of our strategy. has quickly established itself as one of Australia’s most popular digital racing publishers and the inclusion of harness racing fields and form is the next step in their evolution.” “Having the readers engaged in harness racing, particularly the next generation of racing enthusiasts, will help drive wagering and we’ll certainly be looking to innovate even further in the form guide space in coming months with some other exciting projects in the works.” This innovation is the latest in a series from HRV, including development of the Trots Vision channel at, the new Mercury80 sprint series, enhancements to the $2million TAB Summer of Glory, Vicbred Super Series bonuses, the Lap it Up Trots Country Championship bonus increases and launch at Yarra Valley, and live streaming content across all social media platforms for major events.   HRV Trots Media

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) Stewards have completed an inquiry into an incident involving Lance Justice, when the driver of Justice Served, during Race 2 at the Ballarat race meeting on 4 October 2019. The inquiry was initially commenced on 4 October 2019 where after taking evidence from Mr Justice, HRV Steward John Packer, HRV Starter Jason Fino, Clerk of the Course Christine Douglas and Track Attendant Basil Dooley the matter was adjourned to allow Stewards the opportunity to consider the evidence tendered. After hearing further evidence from Mr Justice at today’s reconvened inquiry he was issued with a charge under Australian Harness Racing Rule (AHRR) 168(1)(e) which states: A person shall not before, during or after a race drive in a manner which is in the opinion of the Stewards:-                                    (e)  improper The particulars of the charge were that after Justice Served had broken gait and failed to be in contention with the remainder of the field Mr Justice drove in an improper manner by applying the whip with a free hand in a forceful manner on one occasion passing the 1200m. Mr Justice pleaded guilty to the charge. In assessing penalty Stewards were mindful of: Mr Justice’s guilty plea; Mr Justice’s extremely good prior offence record with respect to similar matters; The result of the post-race veterinary examination conducted on Justice Served which did not reveal any abnormal findings related to this incident; General and specific deterrence factors. Stewards accordingly imposed a 3 week suspension of Mr Justice’s licence to drive in races and a $500 fine. This suspension was ordered to commence midnight 18 November 2019. Mr Justice was advised of his right of appeal.   Harness Racing Victoria

Newly appointed Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) CEO Dayle Brown (pictured) will hit the ground running from next Wednesday, November 6. Brown will immediately begin meeting with staff to “learn about HRV’s current strategic projects” before embarking on a series of consultation meetings across Victoria. “It is important to get an understanding of the current strategic direction of the HRV executive management team and staff, so I want to hear about those projects and how they’re tracking,” Brown said. “I will then hit the road to visit every centre in Victoria because it is important we give the industry an opportunity to have input into the overall strategic vision for HRV. “It is important to listen to the industry and understand their views. I’m looking forward to meeting passionate industry people right across the state. It will be a busy period before Christmas with plenty to do, but my style is to be collaborative and I am a firm believer in everyone, both inside and outside of HRV, understanding the goals and working together to achieve them.” Brown will address the new-look Victorian Harness Racing Hall of Fame night at Bendigo on Friday November 8, which will be streamed live across HRV Trots Media channels. Details for Brown’s consultation tour will be released in coming weeks.    HRV Trots Media - Cody Winnell

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) is pleased to announce highly respected racing administrator Dayle Brown has been appointed to the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO). In Brown HRV has secured an experienced racing leader, whose CV reflects the unique racing knowledge required for the role having held key leadership positions at Racing Victoria (Executive General Manager Integrity Services), Greyhound Racing New South Wales (Deputy CEO), Deloitte (Manager Forensic), Betfair (Australian Integrity Manager) and HRV (Manager of Integrity). HRV Chairman Dale Monteith said Brown’s appointment was “unanimous” and the Board was looking forward to working with the new CEO from Wednesday November 6, the day after Melbourne Cup Day. “I’d like to congratulate Dayle on his appointment and thank the Racing Minister, the Hon. Martin Pakula, for endorsing this appointment,” Monteith said. “Dayle’s extensive background in racing, particularly in the key areas of wagering and integrity, will be extremely beneficial for our industry.  Dayle appreciates the complexities of our sport and has a thorough understanding of the Racing Act and the challenges faced by racing people. “We had an extremely talented list of applicants for this role and we interviewed a lot of terrific candidates, but we felt Dayle displayed the necessary unique qualities, business acumen and prior experience to lead our industry forward to an exciting future. “Dayle is legally qualified, has been involved in representation at the highest level of government and has extensive experience in management of multiple stakeholder relationships. He also has highly developed people skills and a collaborative leadership style.” Brown’s current roles include Deputy Chair of Victorian Racing Integrity Board, consultant steward and legal adviser to Queensland Racing Integrity Commission and Special Counsel for Andrew Croxford and Associates.   Media enquiries to Cody Winnell on (03) 8378 0288 or email

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV), Trots Clubs Victoria (TCV) and Paul Campbell will launch a new live streamed show tonight at 5pm across Trots Media digital channels. Titled Thursdy for Trots, the show will cover news and views from the harness week with a large focus on the Trots Country Cups Carnival. Hosted by Campbell and TCV’s Toby McKinnon, the show will feature interviews with clubs, trainers, drivers and other trots characters for the duration of the Country Cups season (until May next year). Woodlands Stud has signed up as naming rights partner for the new show, which will air live on HRV’s Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Twitch channels, and be replayed on Instagram. “Securing a partner like Woodlands is just fantastic and we’re really excited by this new project,” HRV Media and Communications Manager Cody Winnell said. “Paul Campbell and Toby McKinnon will be the regular hosts. They both have knowledge and enthusiasm in spades. HRV’s Nikkita Ross will also appear on many episodes and her passion for the trots is infectious. “Engaging video content, especially live streaming, is a big part of our media plan. The live aspect allows fans to engage directly with the hosts, so it encourages conversation. We’ve seen this with recent barrier draws and awards nights and there will be more of it.”   Campbell is looking forward to Thursdy for Trots. “We want this to be fun, energetic and interactive. It won’t be scripted, so it’s all natural. Just us talking trots with the stars themselves – the industry participants and clubs – and promoting the greatest racing code in the land,” he said. Appearing on episode one will be drivers Greg Sugars, Chris Svanosio and Tayla French.   HRV Trots Media

Local hopes Spankem and Sundees Son have topped New Zealand's ID19 rankings, with Cruz Bromac (five) and Big Jack Hammer (two) ranked Victoria's best hopes in today's first release. All Stars entrant Spankem, who ran fourth in Melbourne's December pacing TAB Inter Dominion final after winning two of his heats, has only added to his reputation with victories in the Miracle Mile and a further two Group 1 victories at Auckland this season. Of the Australian raiders, Queenslander Colt Thirty One has been ranked second in large part for his Blacks A Fake victory, with New South Wales' entrant Our Uncle Sam - who placed second in the ID18 final, won the Bohemia Crystal and was second in the Len Smith Mile - ranked fourth. Cruz Bromac heads the Victorians with Kilmore Cup winner San Carlo ranked ninth, Trots Country Cups champ Buster Brady 11th, Wrappers Delight 17th, Cant Refuse 22nd and Craig Demmler's pair My Kiwi Mate (31) and Somebeachshadow (33) also within a likely cut-off at 36, as is Audi Hare (34). Of the trotters, Big Jack Hammer's triple crown in February and March of winning Group 1s the V. L. Dullard Cup, Aquagait Mile and Australian Trotting Grand Prix was reflected in his second-placed ranking, behind only Robert Dunn's Sundees Son, who's won his past five starts including three Group 1s. New South Wales entrant Tough Monarch (5) and Victorians McLovin (8) and Kyvalley Blur (9) were also in the trotting top 10, while Save Our Pennys (21) is the only other Vic nominee listed within the 24-horse cut-off at this stage. IRT Inter Dominion Rankings - Pacers Spankem 1 Colt Thirty One 2 Thefixer 3 Our Uncle Sam 4 Cruz Bromac 5 Chase Auckland 6 A G’ White Socks 7 Ashley Locaz 8 San Carlo 9 Ellmers Image 10 Buster Bady 11 Star Galleria 12 Ultimate Sniper 13 Henry Hubert 14 Classie Brigade 15 Bling It On 16 Wrappers Delight 17 Ignatius 18 Sicario 19 Courtsinsession 20 On The Cards 21 Can’t Refuse 22 Conviction 23 Triple Eight 24 Harjeet 25 Mach Shard 26 Sheriff 27 Self Assured 28 Atomic Red 29 Joes Star Of Mia 30 My Kiwi Mate 31 Nandolo 32 Somebeachshadow 33 Audi Hare 34 Gran Chico 35 Check In 36 Solid Gold 37 Another Masterpiece 38 Fame Assured 39 Dance Time 40 Tennyson Bromac 41 The Devils Own 42 Bettorstartdreaming 43 Jack Farthing 44 The Bus 45 Millwood Maizie 46 Crime Writer 47 Smokin By 48 Sagwitch 49 A Bettor Act 50 Franco Landry 51 The Moonshadow 52 Revolver 53 Ball Of Art 54 Be Mine Tonight 55 IRT Inter Dominion Rankings - Trotters Sundees Son 1 Big Jack Hammer 2 Marcoola 3 Massive Metro 4 Tough Monarch 5 Lemond 6 Majestic Man 7 McLovin 8 Kyvalley Blur 9 Temporale 10 Habibi Inta 11 Great Things Happen 12 Monbet 13 Lily Stride 14 Amaretto Sun 15 Destiny Jones 16 Woodstone 17 Le Lievre's Gift 18 Winterfell 19 Harriet Of Mot 20 Save Our Pennys 21 Monty Python 22 Bordeaux 23 Enghien 24 Ronald J 25 Valloria 26 Pres The Belle 27 Maori Law 28 C K Spur 29 Sertorius 30 Credit Master 31 The Dominator 32 Bonnie Highlander 33 Hey Yo 34 Dark Horse 35 Oscar Bonavena 36 Sassy Pants 37 Tickle Me Pink 38 Didjabringthebeers 39 Ruthless Kayla 40 Kenny's Dream 41 Theodosia 42 Luby Lou 43 Fratellino 44 Heavyweight Hero 45 Forget The Price Tag 46 Majestic Hurricane 47 Matua Tana 48 Sundons Wish 49 War Machine 50 Sunny Glenis 51 BD Love 52 Gershwin 53 Paramount King 54 King Cassidy 55 Valmagne 56 Galleons Victory 57 The Hulk 58 Mr Good And Evil 59 Lovey Dovey Moment 60 Westy Boyz 61 Zsa Zoe 62 Lone Star Lad 63 Phoebe Imperial 64 Charlemagne 65 Sugar Cane 66   HRV Trots Media

Not much drives sports headlines in the media, social media engagements or bums on seats like charismatic stars.  Thus the last week has certainly been a blessing in Victorian harness racing. Tonight in the south-west we saw a virtuoso stamp his authority at Terang with five-year-old Lumineer equalling the Dalvui Raceway track record for 2180 metres with a 1:56.5 mile rate. Lumineer is a rising trots luminary and he’s destined to be anything. The Ange McDowall-trained son of Sportswriter has only ever been beaten once in 12 goes (in the Victoria Derby of 2018) and he hasn’t looked like losing in three runs at age five. His performance tonight came just days after we saw San Carlo’s enormous Jet Roofing Kilmore Cup win, which shocked many, including some within the horse’s camp who probably thought their beloved champ a few runs away from producing that. Also last Thursday we had Cruz Bromac utterly monster his rivals – there’s no other way to put it – absorbing all the pressure first-up from a spell before careering away with an arrogant victory. And on the same night at the same track we had a six-year-old named The Storm Inside score win No.12 at start No.13 to further put his name in lights, triggering his owners to declare they ain’t scared of anybody. In fact, the Miracle Mile was mentioned as a long-term aim, and if they had their way they’d be pushing for the wunderkind to line up in Saturday week’s Pryde’s EasiFeed Victoria Cup at HQ. This kind of passionate approach is gold. It’s good for the narrative, which drives the discussion and the content producers love it. I guarantee that to be true.  Of course we also had Bling It On make a killer return at Menangle last week, Buster Brady and Wrappers Delight will continue to make Kima Frenning guess just which of those jets is going to be more supersonic, Emma Stewart has a big stable of potential fast-class top-liners coming through the ranks – and there are of course plenty more, and I apologise if I’m leaving a horse or three out now because of course I am. I can’t let this article go on much longer so I’m just drawing a line... now! Strap yourselves in for the next six months because the Trots Country Cups Championship, the road to the New Zealand Cup and Inter Dominion, the TAB Summer of Glory and the big New South Wales features are going to tell us a lot about the up-and-comers and just where they stand in the Grand Circuit scheme of things.   Cody Winnell HRV Trots Media 

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) is pleased to announce the finalists for each category in the 2019 Victorian Horse of the Year awards. The awards will be presented at the Gordon Rothacker Medal night on Sunday October 27. More details on the Rothacker Medal night will be unveiled early next week.    Victorian Horse of the Year finalists by category 2YO Pacing Fillies Jemstone Maajida Treasure 2YO Pacing Colts/Geldings Be Happy Mach Jilliby Nitro Yejele Hammer 3YO Pacing Fillies Kualoa Tangoingwithsierra Two Times Bettor 3YO Pacing Colts/Geldings Lochinvar Art Max Delight Out To Play 4YO Pacing Mares Goodtime Heaven Pistol Abbey Soho Burning Love 4YO Pacing Entires/Geldings Poster Boy Rackemup Tigerpie Tam Major 5YO+ Pacing Mares Carlas Pixel Makes Every Scents Tell Me Tales 5YO+ Pacing Entires/Geldings Buster Brady San Carlo Wrappers Delight 2YO Trotting Fillies Im Ready Jet Jaxnme Pink Galahs 2YO Trotting Colts/Geldings Andover Sun Is That A Bid Powderkeg 3YO Trotting Fillies Emerald Stride I Am Pegasus Royal Charlotte 3YO Trotting Colts/Geldings Alpha Male Kyvalley Clichy Majestuoso 4YO Trotting Mares Aleppo Jewel Moonlight Dream Moonshine Linda 4YO Trotting Entires/Geldings Chief Runningcloud Kyvalley Finn Majestic Player 5YO+ Trotting Mares Dance Craze Pantzup Red Hot Tooth 5YO+ Trotting Entires/Geldings Big Jack Hammer McLovin Tornado Valley   HRV Trots Media

Trots clubs in the western region of Victoria have come together to trial a new strategy for hosting trial meetings. Whilst the concept of trialling before or during race meetings is not a new concept, the change is somewhat of an innovation to the region and industry. The calendaring of meetings combine both trials before race meetings and the traditional standalone trial meetings, to ensure that there are trials in the region on a weekly basis, regardless of the number of nominations. The five South-Western region clubs are Ararat, Hamilton, Horsham, Stawell and Terang. Trainers note: Nominations will close as per regular trial meetings. Night race meetings – Noon the day of the race meeting* Day race meetings – Noon the day prior the race meeting* *Saturday and Sunday trial meetings will close noon Friday *Public Holiday trial meetings will close noon, the previous business day. (for example, Monday Public Holidays, nominations would close Noon the previous Friday).   Harness Racing Victoria

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) is partnering with the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) this September to drive funds and awareness during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. This year 20,000 Australian men will be newly diagnosed with prostate cancer, 3500 will die of the disease, and over 200,000 Australian men are living with it every day. Help us make a difference by heading to to download and share the PCFA’s free Awareness Guide. One click is all it takes to learn more about prostate cancer. Two of our star harness racing drivers in Greg Sugars and Darby McGuigan have signed on Prostate Cancer Awareness Month ambassadors. For every win during September scored by Sugars and McGuigan HRV will donate $500 to the PCFA. Sugars and McGuigan can be easily identified in Victorian harness races during September as they are wearing specially designed promotional Prostate Cancer Awareness Month silks. “Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia is excited to be partnering with Harness Racing Victoria throughout September to raise awareness of Prostate Cancer in metro and regional Victoria,” PCFA State Manager John Strachan said. “Prostate cancer is a significant challenge for Victorian men (1 in 4 cancers diagnosed in men will be prostate cancer) and with HRV's significant network and community reach it provides an excellent opportunity to raise vital awareness of the disease. PCFA applauds HRV for this fantastic community awareness initiative.” Cody Winnell HRV Trots Media

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