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Awards for the 2011-2012 season were presented at the Horsham & District Harness Racing Club's annual dinner at Glen Logan Restaurant on Saturday night.

The ever progressive Horsham Harness Racing Club staged their feature Winter race program on Wednesday August 8, with the $8,000 Alabar Horsham Guineas and the $8,000 Rosehill Princess Of The Wimmera taking pride of place where fast times were the order of the day.

Horses from the Western District dominated at the Horsham harness racing fixture held on Wednesday July 25, with five winners in the eight race program.

Champion Christchurch based reinsman Dexter Dunn made a 'hit-run' Australian visit to capture the annual Noel Smith Memorial Invitation Drivers Championship conducted by the progressive Horsham Harness Racing Club at Horsham in Victoria's Wimmera District on Monday May 21.

Harness racing Hall of Famer, Chris Lewis confirmed today that he would compete for the first time in the Decron Horse Care Noel Smith Memorial Invitation Drivers Championship at the Horsham Racing Centre on Monday May 21st.

Creswick district (Bald Hills) harness racing trainer Michael Stanley boasts a strong hand in Monday's (April 23) $6000 West Side Tabaret Series Final at the Horsham Racing Centre.

The time-honoured harness racing Tontine Pacers Series has been given a fresh new look for its 31st birthday. With the generous support of Decron Hoof Care, stakemoney for each of the heats has received a healthy $2000 boost and the series format has also been tweaked slightly.

A great day's racing was held by the progressive Horsham Harness Racing Club on Sunday, featuring the $60,000 (Group 2) Wimmera Mail-Times Horsham Pacing Cup for M0 or better Class over 2700 metres taken out by Maryborough & Yarra Valley Cup winner Glenferrie Alexis.

Grand, seasoned harness racing performer Melpark Major looks the major player in Sunday afternoon's (January 8) $60,000 (Group 2) Wimmera Mail-Times Horsham Pacing Cup.

Summertime traditionally heralds the arrival of the Choice Hotels Country Cups Carnival throughout the Western Region of Victoria. To celebrate the 'coming of the cups' the Horsham, Hamilton & Stawell Harness Racing Clubs have joined forces to give racegoers the chance to win a $3000 Gold Coast Family Holiday.

Monday (November 28) harness racing was held at Horsham in the Wimmera District of Western Victoria, with a seven event card being held. Four year old John Street NorthTrouble Chaton mare Latoya Lass, a short priced $1.80 favourite, greeted the judge in The Wimmera Roadways Pace for C1 class over 1700 metres.

Harness racing was held at Horsham on Monday October 24 and as usual, Great Western's Kerryn Manning was in the winners circle during the day, taking the Moore Bulk Haulage Pace for C2 & C3 class over 2200 metres with The Adriatic and the Westvic Race Pix Pace for C1 class over the same distance aboard Ruffiano.

The Horsham & Districts Harness Racing Club officials believe a substantial jump in prize money will attract stronger fields to their flagship, twilight, Cup meeting in January 2012. Club president Kevin Lane said the Wimmera Mail-Times Horsham Pacing Cup, to be run on January 8th, had received a stakemoney lift to $60,000, making it one of the richest country cups in the state behind Ballarat, Cranbourne and Kilmore.

Torrential rain, gale force winds, thunder & lightning late in the afternoon caused the abandonment of the Kilmore harness meeting on Wednesday September 28.

Thursday's Horsham harness racing meeting had a strong Great Western flavour, with Peter Manning and daughters Kerryn and Michelle all successful during the afternoon.

The progressive Horsham Harness Racing Club staged one of their premier meetings on Wednesday July 20, featuring the Rosehill Princess Of The Wimmera for Fillies C0 to C4 class and the Alabar Horsham Guineas for Colts & Geldings C0 to C4 class, both valued at $8,000 over 2200 metres.

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