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Terang based reinsman Matt Craven, Hamilton trainer David Lewis and teenage reinsman Jason Lee took the honours at the Horsham harness racing fixture held on Monday April 22, Craven with a driving treble, Lewis a training double and Lee a driving double.

Two harness meetings were held in Victoria on Wednesday March 27 with Maryborough racing in the afternoon and Geelong at night.

Nagambie's Chris Lang brought up two wins in the space of five days with European bred 4-Y-0 Swede Dreams at the Maryborough harness racing fixture on Wednesday March 13, taking out the 1st Heat of the Yankee Spider Lyn McPherson Memorial Breed For Speed Bronze Series for T0 class (mares) over 1609 metres.

The man they call 'Mr Inter Dominion' Brian Hancock believes New Zealand harness racing star Terror To Love is the horse to beat in Sunday's Inter Dominion Grand Final and if he could pick a horse to drive in the final it would be the dual New Zealand Cup winner.

On a night full of harness racing highlights, Brett Cargill and Gavin Lang took the top honour when Our White Knight charged across the leaders heels to take the $50,000 Group 2 Nightline Homes Shepparton Gold Cup.

The ever popular Cobram harness racing meeting situated on the Victorian/NSW border, raced on Wednesday January 16, with most races going to the nearby Shepparton area.

The rich history of Australia's oldest continuously run harness race will continue at Gloucester Park on Friday night with the 100th running of the harness racing WA Pacing Cup.

Charlton was the venue for Victorian harness racing on Wednesday January 2, hosting further heats of the Warehouse Sales Central Victorian Pacing and Trotting Championships.

Bunbury harness racing trainer Stephen Reed, keen to maintain an outstanding family tradition in the Caduceus Club Navy Cup, has engaged star reinsman Morgan Woodley to drive Uppy Son in the $50,000 feature event at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

A new era began for harness racing in the northern part of the state, with the grand opening of the all new harness racing track situated inside the Swan Hill Racecourse on Saturday October 20, 2012.

Eleven year old Catch A Flight/Incoming gelding Incoming Flight chalked up his 8th harness racing victory in 108 outings, when successful in the Hyland Sportswear Pace for C1 class over 1609 metres at Cranbourne on Wednesday October 10.

Chintin (Darraweit) harness racing trainer/driver Steve Cleave has 6-Y-0 Our Sir Vancelot/Sweetadelaidewally mare Maximum Joy racing in peak form at present, bring up two wins in succession by taking the Lilmore Equine Clinic Pace for C1 class over 1690 metres at Kilmore on Tuesday September 25.

An era came to an end on Thursday September 13, when the Nyah Harness Racing Club held their final race meeting prior to relocating to Swan Hill where an all weather new track has been constructed inside the racecourse.

Byford horseman Callan Suvaljko, who received shocking facial injuries when kicked by a horse on June 30, returned to harness racing action in a blaze of glory when he drove Knight Crusader to a most impressive victory in the 1700m Veolia Environmental Services Pathway Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night.

Four year old Christian Cullen/Paulas's Way gelding Uncle Wingnut has hit paydirt after chalking up his third harness racing victory from as many starts on Australian soil (all at Charlton), when victorious in the Wally Churchill Memorial Pace for C2 & C3 class over 2100 metres on Monday July 2.

Terang was the venue for Tuesday night harness racing and as per usual, the Western District was well to the fore. Kerryn Manning took the driving and training honours for the evening.

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