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The Warragul Harness Racing Club's biggest day of the season was held over the Easter weekend (Sunday), featuring the $25,000 Rapidvite Warragul Pacing Cup for M0 or better class (D-H) over 2620 metres and the $10,000 Eddie Evison Memorial Trotters Cup for T5 or better class (D-H) over the same journey.

Monegeetta harness racing duo Lisa and David Miles snared the $20,000 George Croxford Tribute Final for Three Year Olds over 2190 metres at Shepparton on Saturday with Art Major/Play Ball filly Paintball.

Only one Gippsland trainer landed a winner at last Thursday's (February 16) well attended Warragul harness racing meeting. Longwarry trainer Lee Evison scored with Alpine Andy, driven by Craig Demmler.

Two harness racing meetings were held on Wednesday December 7 in Victoria, with Shepparton hosting the day fixture and Geelong racing at night.

Monday harness racing was conducted at Shepparton and 2005 Inter Dominion winner Elsu who has been a revelation at stud, sired the winner of the Saddleworld Pace for C0 class over 2190 metres in Elsu Storm.

Having banished Let Me Thru's controversial first-up outing from his memory, champion Nagambie harness racing trainer Chris Lang is looking forward with Australia's most exciting trotter.

The Kilmore harness racing club conducted a successful meeting at Tabcorp Park Melton on Tuesday July 19, with a mixed bag of winners coming especially from the Melton area. Romsey trainer Leigh Miles continued his terrific season when D M Dilinger/Miss Philpotts gelding Top Tamba scored in the Bolinda Publishing 2-Y-0 Pacers Handicap over 2240 metres.

Monegeetta harness racing duo Lisa and David Miles enjoyed a great afternoon at Tabcorp Park Melton on Thursday June 23, winning the Maxistop 3-Y-0 Pace over 1720 metres with former Kiwi Mourinho and the Leggett Cranes Trotters Mobile for T0 & T1 class over 2240 metres with Dottie Hinson, both driven by Lisa.

Harness racing friday night at Tabcorp Park Melton was huge for Monegeetta's Miles family, with 7-Y-0 Safely Kept/Indi Khan gelding Indi Gloves winning the Alsafe Concrete Claiming Pace over 2240 metres and 4-Y-0 Blissful Hall/Botswana mare Led Suitcase the Decron Horse Care 4-Y-0 Vicbred Pace for C1 to C3 class over 1720 metres, both at big odds.

A number of Victoria's most promising pacers and trotters competed at the Kilmore harness racing fixture held on Tuesday June 14 and most will have little difficulty in making their way through the grades.

Approaching what looms as a history making and career defining moment more than 1600 miles from home, gun young Nagambie reinsman Chris Lang Jr will be hoping a certain sense of superstitious kismet is squarely on his side.

Charged with the task of racing in what most Australian trainers would call the opposite direction, in a foreign land and on April Fools Day, Monegeetta mentor David Miles could be forgiven for a certain sense of apprehension with his stable star Villagem approaching heat three of the 2011 Inter Dominion series this Friday night.

Talented horsewoman Lisa Miles collected her second Traralgon Pacing Cup at last Friday's Warragul harness race meeting. Lisa trained and drove Staghorn Flat to win the $6000 race. The victory came after she trained Whitten to win the event when it was reintroduced at Warragul in 2006.

Untried from the stand, first up for a month and set to start 10 metres behind some of Victoria's very best pacers, Monegeetta marvel Villagem certainly has the harness racing odds stacked against him approaching Saturday night's (January 22) $50,000 Group 2 Neatline Homes Shepparton Gold Cup.

Monegeetta co-trainers Lisa and David Miles were on fire at the Shepparton harness racing fixture held on Thursday December 23, chalking up a stable double courtesy of Jacquis Lad in the Neatline Homes Pace for C0 class over 2190 metres and Beau Ciel in the Saddleworld 3-Y-0 Pace over the same journey, with Lisa holding the reins on both occasions.

On face value, as the only runner in this Friday night's $20,000 VHRSC Pace at Tabcorp Park invited to harness racing contest next week's much anticipated Miracle Mile at Menangle, Lisa and David Miles' flying five-year-old, Villagem should be almost akin to a good thing.

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