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Most Victorians wouldn't have considered Dean and Nicole Molander a major threat a month ago when it comes to the Pryde's EasiFeed Great Southern Star.

There is little doubt that Australia’s most consistent trotter in the last 12 months has been the ‘green machine’ I Didn’t Do It.

It turned into the battle of the 'Do Its' in the E B Cochran Trotters Cup and it was the less fancied I Didnt Do It who held off his Kiwi - counterpart in I Can Doosit. Jodi Quinlan made it a night to remember after notching up the HBV Ladyship Cup on Pembrook Caesar earlier, only to make it a harness racing double with the highly regarded I Didn't Do It.

I Didn't Do It made it two big Group 1 harness racing wins in the space of a week when scoring in the SEW Eurodrive VL Dullard Trotters Cup at Tabcorp Park last night (Saturday December 15).

Six year old Blissful Hall/Petite Alto entire Bitobliss made it back to back harness racing victories in the time honoured (Group 2) $70,000 Kilmore Pacing Cup over 3150 metres on Sunday October 28, sponsored for the first time by the Kilmore Equine Clinic.

Sundons Gift fans entered last night' Sumthingaboutmaori Trotters Free-For-All thinking a promising five-year-old was all that stood between their hero and a spot in Australasian trotting's millionaire's club. They were proven correct, but it wasn't the harness racing five-year-old they expected.

Melton trainer Merv Williamson combined with Parwan's Jodi Quinlan to take the honours at Bray Raceway Ballarat on Tuesday February 17, with a stable double courtesy of four year old geldings I Didnt Do It and Configuration.

Geelong held another of the extremely popular Graduation meetings on Monday. These meetings have a maximum stake level of $2000 and give horses the opportunity to gain points, enabling them to progress into the better class events, while at the same time, returning a small piece of stake money to owners, helping to offset training fees.

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