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Harness Racing Victoria's two most highly-rated two-year-old fillies sealed their Tabcorp Australasian Breeders Crown semi-final spots yesterday (Monday July 26) at Yarra Valley, and now it's the boys' turn to impress.

After an indifferent start to his latest harness racing campaign, star local two-year-old pacer Cullen Bromac will be looking for a win at Kilmore this Tuesday night (27th).

The Glenn and Darryl Douglas harness racing show rolled on into Kilmore last night (July 21). The Bendigo-based brothers combined to land a winning double with the three-year-old Eisenheim ($5.70) and Franco Sandman ($3.10 fav.), while Daryl also won with a 'catch drive' Dynamic Diamond ($6.80).

Scottish Glamour, an $18,000 buy at last year's Australasian Classic Yearling Sale, made a triumphant harness racing debut at Kilmore last night (Thursday July 1). Driven by Nathan Jack, the daughter of Elsu showed great acceleration at the start and led throughout to win decisively.

Six year old Kaystone Salute/Carrick gelding Salutetocabby was on his best behaviour when capturing the Galli Quarries Trotters Handicap at the Kilmore harness racing fixture on Tuesday June 8.

Two entertaining harness racing meetings were held in Victoria on Thursday May 20, with Horsham staging their mid-year feature - the Horsham Mile and Kilmore hosting the heats of the Tatlow Stakes.

A hold-up with Romantic Match's clearance papers cost him a start in last week's Group 1 Australian Derby, but harness racing trainer Allan McDonough is hoping to gain a consolation prize on Saturday night at Kilmore.

Wednesday March 17 saw two harness racing meetings conducted in Victoria, with Ballarat racing during the afternoon and Kilmore holding the night venue.

Kilmore hosted Thursday's Victorian harness racing meeting and locals did extremely well. Tony Peacock was the home town hero, chalking up a stable double with Blissful Hall/Lady Titian Lombo gelding Strongbow Lombo in the Mallia Builders Pace for C0 class over 2180 metres and 6-Y-0 Christian Cullen/Fizzy's Rock gelding Hurricane Player in the Harness Breeders (Vic) Pace for C2 class over 1690 metres.

The regular two meetings were conducted in Victoria on Wednesday January 27, with popular Cobram racing in the afternoon, while Kilmore featured the night fixture. There were plenty of winners at Cobram from the nearby area's, while border hoppers also had an enjoyable day.

Two meetings were held in Victoria on Monday December 7, with Bendigo hosting the day fixture, while Kilmore held a Graduation class fixture at night.Lord's Raceway was on fire at Bendigo, as shown when 6-Y-0 Armbro Operative/Rakomobile gelding Rakamaz made it two from two this time in, when successful in the Garrard's Horse & Hound Pace for C1 class over 1650 metres for Junortoun owner/trainer Russell Schischka

The locals were rejoicing at Kilmore today when Ohoka Nevada won the $70,000 Group 2 SEW-Eurodrive Kilmore Pacing Cup. Trainer Tony Peacock has felt the five-year-old was a Kilmore Cup contender ever since getting him from New Zealand midway through the year and the gelding justified that belief when he finished too strongly for his rivals in the 3150-metre staying test.

Bonavista Bay's elevation to a place among Australian harness racing's greats could be fast-tracked at Kilmore on Sunday. The superstar son of Rustler Hanover will make a surprise appearance in the $70,000 Group 2 SEW-Eurodrive Kilmore Pacing Cup (3150m).

New Zealand Cup hopeful Smoken Up, boom four-year-old Bonavista Bay and defending champion Bold Cruiser headline an outstanding list of entries for Sunday's $70,000 Group 2 SEW-Eurodrive Kilmore Pacing Cup.

It was a night for the local area at the Kilmore harness racing fixture on Thursday September, with three winners during the evening. Woodstock owner/breeder/trainer Mick Calaz's very smart 5-Y-0 Safely Kept/Flirtatious gelding Gentlemans Honour chalked up his 5th success in 18 outings when a impressive winner of the M & C Seafoods Trotters Handicap for T1 or better class over 2150 metres.

Horses from Bendigo and Shepparton took most of the spoils at Kilmore on Friday. Junortoun's harness racing trainer Trevor Monk has the 5-Y-0 Sports Town/Could It Be gelding 'George Samuel' absolutely airborne at present, bringing up his 3rd success in his last four outings by taking the William Loud Australia Pacers Handicap for C2 or better class over 2150 metres at Kilmore on Friday.

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