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Its not every day you see a trotting driver smiling after finishing out of the prizemoney in a harness racing event, however this was the case for young Trafalgar horsewoman Tamie Frith at last Monday's Warragul harness race meeting.

A strong card of harness racing will be held at Warragul on Thursday afternoon (May 24). The Trotters Handicap will provide plenty of interest, with local mare Drop Of Paradise heading the entries in what is expected to be a capacity field.

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.

After several years of trying, Bendigo harness racing trainer Glenn Douglas won his first Rapidvite Warragul Pacing Cup yesterday with Jukebox Music.

Patrons heading to this Sunday's Warragul Cup harness racing meeting will be guaranteed a family friendly, value for money afternoon of entertainment.

Clyde harness racing trainer Jayne Davies collected two of the six winners at Monday's (March 19) Warragul harness racing meeting. Davies trained the quinella in the third race when Now And Forever defeated its more fancied stablemate Baccarat, while Passions Promise won the last race.

There are six races at Warragul's harness racing meeting this monday afternoon, March 19, with the first race timed to start at 2:25pm.

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.

Warragul hosts a strong seven event harness racing card this Thursday afternoon (February 16), with the first race timed to go at 1:55pm.

Last Monday's Warragul harness racing meeting came to an early end after a sudden torrential downpour left the track unsafe for racing according to Harness Racing Victoria stewards.

Monday's (January 30) harness racing at Warragul in the heart of Gippsland, came to an abrupt holt after only three races, when torrential rain caused the rest of the six race program to be abandoned.

The Warragul Harness Racing Club race meeting on Monday, January 30 will feature a fundraiser for Relay for Life.

Fine weather saw an increased attendance at Thursday's (December 29) Warragul harness meeting. Spotted among the crowd were former top Carlton footballer Wayne Johnston and his wife, actress Kate Kendall, who saw the fields in the Herald Sun and decided to head up from Melbourne for the day.

A spate of six-event harness racing programs continues this Thursday (November 17) when Warragul conducts their first race meeting since August. Several Victorian tracks have only had enough entries for six events instead of the usual eight in recent weeks.

Diminutive Parwan based harness racing reinswoman Jodi Quinlan enjoyed a day of days at one of her favourite tracks - Warragul on Monday August 22, bringing up a quartet of winners and in doing so, chalked up over 100 winners for the season. First to greet the judge was 5-Y-0 Village Jasper/Windchill gelding Gentle Force in the Drouin Signs Pace for C1 class over 2205 metres.

Top reinswoman Jodi Quinlan collected four winners at the Warragul harness racing program on Monday afternoon (May 22). Quinlan's quartet were Gentle Force, Mach Robyn, Duck And Run and Red Hot Special. Mach Robyn's victory on debut in the two-year-old was a most impressive one. The horse met with strong support from TAB punters to start favourite and should win further races after narrowly defeating local pacer Ymbro Toto.

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