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Racing in the northern part of the state is always exciting and last Tuesday's Nyah fixture was no different with the harness racing action on from start to finish in most races. Leading reinsmen Nathan Jack and Daryl Douglas dominated the meeting, both bringing up three winners, while Shepparton's Steve O'Donoghue provided a training double.

Two heats of the BOTRA Queensland Young Drivers Championship will be staged this Saturday night at Albion Park. Queensland's premier Junior Driver-Teenage whiz kid Peter McMullen has a strong hand in both harness racing heats and will be competing against the likes of other regular Saturday night winners Todd McCarthy and Brad Cowen. The prior heats are part of the meetings at Redcliffe on Wednesday and the Gold Coast on Friday of this week.

Templeton harness racing team Peter and Leonie Jones completed a training double at the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club's meeting held tonight (Friday) at Addington Raceway. Earlier in the night the pair produced Pegleg Webb to win in style, the icing on the cake added by Ricky May who steered Wee Brother out of trouble and into the winners circle later in the evening.

The Bacchus Marsh Harness Racing Club held a terrific meeting at Tabcorp Park Melton on Thursday April 21, with plenty of local representation prevailing.

Exciting McArdle/Just Amy colt R Eleven made a one act affair of the $8,000 West Side Tabaret Pace Final for C2 & C3 class over 2200 metres at the Horsham harness racing fixture held on Monday April 11.

Talented two-year-old pacer Broadband made amends for two recent defeats with an impressive all-the-way win in a harness racing prelude of the Betfair Sweepstakes for colts and geldings over 1609m at Tattersall's Park in Hobart on Wednesday night (April 6)

Champion Victorian harness racing driver Chris Alford boosted his bank roll with a fabulous weekend, landing feature winners at Tabcorp Park Melton on Friday, Bathurst on Saturday and Echuca on Sunday, while at the same time earning plenty of frequent flyer points.

Semi Finals of the prestigious Alabar Bloodstock Northern Championship harness racing series for C1 & C2 class over 2190 metres were conducted at Mildura on Wednesday March 2, with several horsemen keen to make next Wednesday's $20,000 Final to be held at Nyah.

Brighton harness racing trainer Paul Ashwood predicts a bright future for his two-year-old Broadband following the gelding's impressive win in Hobart last night (Monday February 21). Broadband was only moderately away from the mobile but he mustered speed to find the front and he went on to score by almost 14 metres from Isntshesomething with Notcha Averagebear six metres away third.

Harness racing three year old Terror To Love capitilised on a perfect trip in the trail to dispatch a tidy bunch of seasoned professionals at the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club's meeting held at Addington Raceway tonight (Thursday February 17)).

The Ross Rennie trained Miss Boomschukaluka brought a smile to the faces of local Loburnian couple Grant and Bronwyn Columbus at the Rangiora Harness Racing Club's meeting held today (Tuesday February 1).

The stunning state of Australasian squaregaiting was on full display at Shepparton on Saturday night as boom Kiwi I Can Doosit and rejuvenated star Ronerail fought out a spine tingling finish to the $30,000 Group 2 E B Cochran Cup just six days from one of our biggest carnivals.

Heats of the harness racing juvenile classic - The Lombo were held at Shepparton in the Goulburn Valley on Wednesday (January 12) and as expected, prolific breeder Mick Lombardo had a plethora of entries - four in the colts & geldings division and three in the fillies.

Plenty of holiday makers took the opportunity to attend the Nyah harness racing fixture on Wednesday January 5 to witness plenty of exciting action throughout the evening. Former Nyah lad Bruce Rose now based in Red Cliffs, returned to his roots to land the Ardex Pace for C1 class over 1765 metres with 5-Y-0 Pacific Rocket/Madam Jasper mare Madam Rocket.

Brian Hancock has won five South Australian Cups and has his harness racing star Vegas Bound in peak form ready to place his name amongst the likes of Our Sir Vancelot. Vegas Bound will contest the Barastoc Cup on Saturday Night in the lead up to the $100,000 Sky Channel Group 1 SA Cup the following Saturday Night.

New South Wales Racing Minister Kevin Greene has called on all harness racing enthusiasts to turn out to Harold Park tomorrow night (Friday december 18) one more time to witness the end of an era.

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