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Western Australia's drivers in Sunday's Inter Dominion final, Gary Hall Jnr and Morgan Woodley have two of the most impressive harness racing records among the 15 drivers currently listed on horses in the field (including the emergency).

Harness Racing New South Wales has today finalised a Veterinary Inspection of all horses in the Inter Dominion Grand Final.

It is not often that a horse who is coming off back-to-back Inter Dominion wins, and who was a dominant winner of his final lead-up, doesn't create a dominant impression with bookmakers.

Trainer Mr John Tapp has advised HRNSW that Inter Dominion Grand Final contender Chariot King is being treated for an elevated temperature following his trial at Tabcorp Park Menangle yesterday.

The Revolution is here with iForm and all the information is available for Sunday's $2 million raceday at Tabcorp Park Menangle.

The man they call 'Mr Inter Dominion' Brian Hancock believes New Zealand harness racing star Terror To Love is the horse to beat in Sunday's Inter Dominion Grand Final and if he could pick a horse to drive in the final it would be the dual New Zealand Cup winner.

The TAB.COM.AU Inter Dominion Breakfast with the Stars is on at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Thursday morning. Im Themightyquinn, Im Victorious, Caribbean Blaster and Stig are some of the big guns on show. Be trackside, or watch the action on Sky Racing. For more information please view the attached video.

A battered and bruised Morgan Woodley made a dream debut at the Menangle harness racing track on Tuesday evening when he drove veteran West Australian pacer Mysta Magical Mach to a decisive victory in a 1609m Free-For-All.

He might have been a popular television presenter and New Zealand's top golfing journalist but Philip Leishman, who passed away overnight (February 25), was also a harness racing pioneer in New Zealand.

Talented New Zealand harness racing reinsman Anthony Butt has driven some exciting horses in his lengthy career and has won many feature races.

Caribbean Blaster's trainer Andy Gath has only one instruction for his wife Kate who will drive the five year old in Sunday's TAB.COM.AU Inter Dominion Grand Final after drawing barrier two, 'cross Mah Sish in gate one at the start'.

The barrier draw for the TAB.COM.AU Inter Dominion Grand Final was conducted at a formal function at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Darling Harbour this morning.

Respected racecaller and horseman John Tapp will have his first Inter Dominion finalist when Chariot King lines up in Australasia's feature harness racing event on Sunday March 3 at Tabcorp Park Menangle but if it wasn't for a friendly argument between two other media identities in 1970 everything could have turned out differently.

They say every horse gets its chance to win on the roomy harness racing track at Tabcorp Park Menangle. That will really be put to the test next weekend when two of the big Group Ones are run on TAB.COM.AU Inter Dominion Grand Final day on March 3.

Even 36mm of rain couldn't dampen the spirits of day two of the TAB.COM.AU Inter Dominion Carnival at Tabcorp Park Menangle. Despite frequent storms and heavy skies the track has remained in great order. Stewards tested the mobile a few times throughout the day and gave the green light for harness racing to go ahead as scheduled.

A field of 14 will line up in harness racing's 2013 Interdominion Grand Final on Sunday March 3 so the barrier draw is crucial.

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