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Here is a video about one of the greatest Australian harness racing trainers of all time - New South Welshman, Tony Turnbull, also known as 'A.D'.

Here we show full coverage of the 1981 Miracle Mile from Sydney's Harold Park Paceway. Harness racing driver Kevin Newman takes out his second Miracle Mile win on Friendly Footman holding out a tiring Locarno in the world famous sprint.

How could we ever forget the harness racing feats of 1993 New Zealand Cup champion Chokin? However, not many people would have seen the footage below that shows Chokin and driver Brian Gath falling in the 1991 Miracle Mile at Sydney's Harold Park Paceway.

There have been some great Miracle Miles run over the years at Sydney's former harness racing home - Harold Park. In this video The Scotsman and Graeme Sparkes prevail in a tight finish in the 1979 edition of the great race.

(Video 1) How can we ever forget that nasty race-fall at Harold Park back in June 1995 which ended the harness racing career of one of Australia's best female drivers at the time - Margaret Frost.

Harness Racing NSW has backflipped on reducing prizemoney over the next four months for its $1 million integrity fund after a revolt from clubs. The board of HRNSW decided a $1 million fund would be put aside for legal costs and swabbing at its meeting this week following the scandal engulfing the industry.

The Harness Racing NSW Board today resolved to extend the two-hour on-course arrival time for participating horses to all tracks. A two hour arrival time had been trialled at Tabcorp Park, Menangle over the past three months.

As New South Wales in Australia once again takes its place as the top harness racing state after the sale of Harold Park, another financial boost is in the offing if the Penrith club agrees to relocate its track and sell its land.

With the premiere of Graham McNeice's "The Ribbon of Light - The History of Harold Park" this Sunday afternoon (May 1) it may well be the last time the harness racing legends of the iconic former paceway gather as a group.

New South Wales harness racing trainer Mitchell Reese has decided against a late nomination for the upcoming Inter Dominion series in Auckland for stable star Holy Camp Boy despite returning a career best performance when winning at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Saturday night (March 5).

Sydney harness racing trainer/driver Joel Pengilly will aim untapped two year old Gamechanger at the upcoming Sapling Stakes at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Friday February 11 after his devastating display on Tuesday. The Presidential Ball two year old scorched around the mile in 1:56.6 and Pengilly could not have been happier.

It was a fictitious event but the suspense and hype the Ultimate Miracle Mile created was as big as any Grand Circuit event. The best of the best were voted in by the public to contest the wondrous race and the final field of six were all harness racing champions of their time.

Here is a You Tube clip on the last night of harness racing at the world famous Harold Park Paceway in Glebe, Sydney on 17th December 2010. Also there is a clip of the last race winner at Harold Park on this final night

Harness Racing New South Wales is proving ever so popular with its Facebook page with just under 2000 friends. The page features all the latest news and photos in harness racing.

New South Wales Racing Minister Kevin Greene has called on all harness racing enthusiasts to turn out to Harold Park tomorrow night (Friday december 18) one more time to witness the end of an era.

Former Australian Test cricket great Mark Waugh has loved the trots for almost 30 years now - so much so he even served on the Harold Park Raceway committee for three years. But since marrying former top female driver Kim Moore - ironically he admits there's not much between his love of harness racing and galloping these days.

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