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Hewitt is a surname that is synonymous with harness racing and another member of the large family took to Harold Park for the first time last Friday night (September 10). Eighteen year old Scott Hewitt had his first drive at the track on Kimberley Street last week when fourth behind Zenas Art and will be back again this Friday night looking for his first Harold Park winner on the mare.

Sydney harness racing driver Mitchell Reese has started the new season ideally and after a fortnight leads the New South Wales drivers' premiership. Reese has driven nine winners in September, including a treble at Newcastle last Saturday night (September 11) , but isn't getting carried away with all of the recent success.

The New South Wales Harness Racing Club has confirmed the race program of Harold Park's final race meeting,which is to be conducted on Friday, December 17. Of the 10 races that will be held on the night, eight will carry prizemoney of $20,000while the remaining two will carry $10,000 stakes.

The NSW Harness Racing Club Directors last week confirmed a number of special events to be implemented for the final meeting at Harold Park, which will be held on December 17.

Ladyship Mile runner Promises Kept is back with her original harness racing trainer Glenn Frew after a short Victorian campaign and will have her 100th start on Friday night (August 27) at Harold Park.

The last harness racing meeting to be held at the iconic Harold Park Paceway will be conducted on Friday December 17 this year. New South Wales Harness Racing Club Chairman, Rex Horne, today (Sunday August 15) made the announcement at a special meeting attended by members of the Club at the spiritual home of harness racing, Harold Park.

The Paul Fitzpatrick harness racing stable has dominated metropolitan harness racing in New South Wales for nearly a decade and despite trailing Ian Wilson by one win, the Cawdor trainer is still confident he can win this year's Harold Park premiership.

Former Newcastle Mile winner Special Albert was set to resume from a five month break at Harold Park on Friday night (August 6) but a hoof abscess has forced harness racing trainer Bill Dawson to scratch his stable star.

Hesa Buzzin has stamped himself as a harness racing star on the rise despite being an eight-year-old. At Harold Park last Friday night the Ian Wilson trained and Jimmy Douglass driven son of Walton Hanover overcame the outside draw to maintain his unbeaten record in Sydney.

Joe Maw, a twenty year old harness racing reinsman from Great Britain, will have at least one drive at the famous Harold Park circuit this Friday night. In Sydney playing Rugby, Maw has been booked to partner the Cameron Fitzpatrick trained Glenfarg in the opening event at Headquarters at 6.30pm AEST.

Former New South Welshman Adam Fairley is the new General Manager of the Albion Park Harness Racing Club. He started the newly created position last Thursday (July 1). Under Queensland's corporatisation model, which was introduced in July 2008, Harness Racing Queensland was responsible for the commercial interests of Clubs and therefore the general manager's position was created.

Wayne Innes always promised himself that before he turned 61 he would retire from harness racing as a freelance driver and concentrate on his family and his five grandchildren and on Friday night that's exactly what he will do.

Harness Racing New South Wales is pleased to announce the addition of a new sponsor to the Rising Stars Series for 2010 with Young Harness Racing Club showing their support for harness racing's upcoming drivers.

A significant chapter of New South Wales harness racing came to an end at Harold Park on Friday night with the last of the Sires Stakes Finals run and won. From next season, the Alabar Breeders Challenge becomes the exclusive state-based futurity series in the state.

Riverina harness racing trainer David Kennedy has covered a lot of territory this season and the trend looks set to continue if this weekend is any gauge. Kennedy will have two runners at Tabcorp Park Melton on Friday while talented three year old filly Im A Happy Girl is set to take her place in the Sires Stakes Final at Harold Park on the same evening.

New South Wales Oaks winner Lady Euthenia will be aiming to make it back to the harness racing winner's circle on Friday night (June 4) at Harold Park in the semi finals of the Sires Stakes.

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