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Warragul's twilight harness racing meeting this Friday features six races from 2:22pm. Highlight will be the last race on the program, which features several in-form starters in the nine horse field.

Warragul Harness Racing Club has its own Facebook page. The page has been operating since March last year, but has recently been overhauled and will now include information on club race meetings and Gippsland harness racing activities as they happen.

A seven race harness program will take place at Warragul this Friday. First event is due to start at 1:42pm, and a good crowd is expected as the meeting falls in the school holidays.

Clyde harness racing trainer Jayne Davies dominated last Monday's Warragul harness racing meeting with four of the eight winners. Cam Rouge, El Jay Lombo, Kurt Angle and Crusaders Castle all won, while Good Living finished second as a short-priced favourite, robbing the stable of a quintet of winners.

Rival trainers and drivers at the Warragul harness racing fixture held on Monday August 23 could be excused for seeing green all through the day, as Clyde trainer Jayne Davies finished the afternoon with a quartet of winners, three carrying the famous all green set of colours.

An eight event harness racing card will be conducted at Warragul this Monday afternoon, with the first race due at 12:38pm. With over 100 entries for the program, capacity fields have been drawn for most events. In fact, it is one of biggest line-up's of competitors seen at Warragul this year.

Gippsland trainers collected five of the eight winners at the Warragul harness racing meeting today (Monday July 5). Leading the way was Longwarry horseman Lee Evison, who trained two winners, Johncarlo and Ymbro Coco.

Harness racing returns to Warragul this Wednesday (June 16) with an eight event program. Highlight is the $8000 Eastern Zone Pace Final, race seven on the card.

Artorius produced an upset in winning the $20,000 Eastern Challenge event at Warragul's trotting meeting last Friday afternoon. The Melton pacer, prepared by husband and wife Maree and John Caldow, started at odds of 10/1 and came from the middle of the field with a circuit to go to defeat George Samuel and Franco Newsman.

The $20,000 Eastern Challenge Final headlines a top day of trotting at Warragul this Friday afternoon (April 30). Capacity harness racing fields have been framed for most of the races on the eight event program, with the feature race due to run at 4:25 pm.

Australia's fastest pacing mare, brilliant Drouin West horse Jazzam, scored a popular win in the $25,000 Rapidvite Warragul Pacing Cup on Easter Sunday at Logan Park. In the process, she became the first mare to win the prestigious harness racing event since Our Navy Lady in 1989.

The Warragul Harness Racing Club is the big winner out of the New South Wales Harness Racing Club's reluctance to issue early invites to the Ladyship Mile. Debbie Quinlan is targeting the $100,000 Group 1 with stable star Jazzam, but as yet she doesn't know if she's got a run in the April 23 event.

Brilliant local pacing mare Jazzam will give her harness racing rivals only a 10-metre start at the handicaps in this Sunday's $25,000 Rapidvite Warragul Pacing Cup. In a field of nine runners, the smallest Warragul Cup field in nearly 20 years, Jazzam is the class runner, despite the fact that no mare has won the race since Our Navy Lady in 1989.

Top harness racing driver Chris Alford won his third Traralgon Pacing Cup at Monday afternoon's Warragul harness race meeting. Chris, who drive Pinball to win the race at Traralgon in 1989, and also won with Great Saint in 2008, partnered He Has Risen to victory on Monday.

Sunbury trainer Robbie O'Connell assisted by Darryl Peace, has been on a high of late and chalked up a double at the Warragul fixture on Monday March 22, with 5-Y-0 Live Or Die/Harrys Tambula gelding Harry Bill taking the Choice Hotels Pace for C2 class over 2205 metres and 4-Y-0 Barnett Hanover/Littleglee mare Barnies Littleglee the Gippsland Media Centre Pace for C0 class (mares) over 1785 metres, both driven instyle by Romsey based freelance Scott Dyer.

Warragul Harness Racing Club will present a twilight card of racing this Sunday (20th). The first event will commence at around 5:15pm, and a strong crowd is expected, with warm weather forecast.

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