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The Horsham Harness Racing Club will stage their annual 3YO feature events, the Alabar Horsham Guineas and Rosehill Princess Of The Wimmera, at the Racing Centre tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon. The contests have been around since the 1980's, when the Club's Ladies Committee sponsored the under the lights on the tight, showground circuit. The 2011 edition of the Rosehill Princess has attracted a small but classy bunch of fillies, headed by the former Kiwi pacer Highview Ebony from the Dean Braun stable.

Further heats of the time honoured Tontine Series for pacers were conducted by the progressive Horsham Harness Racing Club in Victoria's Wimmera District on Wednesday. Heat Three going the way of the Glenn Douglas trained and Daryl Douglas driven ex-Kiwi 4-Y-0 gelding Tandragee.

Talaspring earned a new speed badge and sent her earnings past the $100,000 mark when she impressively won the Shelton & Lane Stationery Horsham Mile on Wednesday afternoon (May 11). Driven superbly by top harness racing driver Gavin Lang, the daughter of Badlands Hanover enjoyed a saloon passage throughout on the back of the 'death seating' Hollywood Bromac.

Harness racing driver Chris Alford "Raced for an NF Free Future" at Horsham on Wednesday afternoon (May 11) and did it exactly when it counted most - with two wins and a second placing in the three heats of the SEW Eurodrive Noel Smith Memorial Invitation Drivers Championship.

Ten of the nation's finest harness racing drivers will gather at Horsham on Wednesday afternoon (May 11) to contest the 21st annual SEW Eurodrive Noel Smith Memorial Horsham Invitation Drivers Championship. Defending champion Jim Douglass (NSW) will join Nathan Ford (Tasmania) and Matthew Neilson (Queensland) at Tullamarine Airport and the three "young guns" will then head 3 hours along the Western Highway to Horsham.

The Horsham and District Harness Racing Club will celebrate the 21st running of their SEW Eurodrive Noel Smith Memorial Invitation Drivers Championship, on Wednesday May 11th, when ten of the nation's finest reinsmen gather for a three-race contest.

Exciting McArdle/Just Amy colt R Eleven made a one act affair of the $8,000 West Side Tabaret Pace Final for C2 & C3 class over 2200 metres at the Horsham harness racing fixture held on Monday April 11.

Four year old John Street North/Wee Winnie gelding Heading North travelled south from Mildura to contest the Invitation Drivers May 11 Pace for C0 class over 1700 metres at the Horsham harness racing fixture held on Monday April 4, coming home a winner in a mile rate of 2-00.7.

Bendigo horseman Glen Douglas and Great Western horsewoman Kerryn Manning shared the training honours at Horsham on Wednesday afternoon, with both harness racing stables notching up winning doubles.

Ten year old Wagon Apollo/Ritadaft gelding Master Kiesey registered his first victory in almost three years when successful in the West Side Tabaret Trotters Handicap for T0 or better class over 2200 metres at the Horsham harness racing meeting held on Wednesday March 16.

Featuring one of the finest harness racing fields in its 33-year history and acting as the middle leg of the North East Victorian showdown, Sunday's $12,000 Loddon Valley Stud Boort Pacing Cup at Bendigo looms a being an all-star affair.

Modern Art/Fluorescent Lombo gelding In The Frame Lombo raced by Harness Racing Victoria's "Race A Pacer" syndications was an impressive winner of The Wimmera Mail-Times 2-Y-0 Pace over 1700 metres at Horsham on Monday February 21 when making his racetrack debut.

The $10,000 Conch Deville Horsham Trotters Cup is the main supporting event on Sunday evening's 8 race program, and even given the relatively small harness racing field, quaddie punters may have to scout wide to find the winner.

On Sunday evening (January 9) when the plain 9yo bay gelding wearing the number one saddlecloth leads the field out onto the track to contest the $10,000 Conch Deville Horsham Trotters Cup, few in the crowd will give more than a passing glance to the harness racing driver sporting the black and white silks and holding the reins.

On Sunday (January 9) in the twilight of the Horsham Racing Centre a full field of 12 horses will stand impatiently on their marks with their harness racing drivers steeled for the starter to release the strands, for the running of the $50k, Group 2, 2011 Wimmera Mail-Times Horsham Pacing Cup.

There's a certain sense of deja vu about this Sunday's (January 9) $50,000 Group 2 Wimmera Mail-Times Horsham Pacing Cup. It is just two years since the Queensland-trained stayer I Am Sam sidled into town to steal away the Wimmera's richest Choice Hotels Country Cups leg with a devastating display of speed and strength - and it seems set to happen again.

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