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Glencoe (Mt Gambier) father and son - Barry & Jayson Finnis enjoyed a great afternoon at the Stawell harness racing fixture on Monday December 27, finishing the day with a treble of wins, all four year old mares driven by teenager Jayson.

Moama's Mal Whiteford enjoyed a happy day at the Shepparton harness racing fixture held at Cobram on Wednesday December 1, with smart Brioso Hanover/Kamwood Kate 4-Y-0 gelding Kamwood Jack scoring a first-up victory in the Quest Serviced Apartments Pace for C0 class over 2170 metres and 4-Y-0 Nuke Of Earl/Mands Alice mare Mands Gearl taking the Hicks Stables & Steel Construction Pace for C1 class over the same distance, both handled by Craig Northcott.

Last month's Group One Dominion Trot winner, Stylish Monarch will head to Auckland in early December for what the Auckland Trotting Club has termed trotting's 'Mini Grand Prix'. The Club's harness racing manager Kevin Smith said Stylish Monarch was just one of many South Island trotters and pacers migrating north for the Summer Carnivals at both Alexandra Park and Cambridge Raceway.

Pictured is the first colt foal by the Alabar NZ based harness racing stallion, Gotta Go Cullect - and what an outstanding foal he is. The colt is out of the Pacific Rocket mare, Shazza's Dream - a half-sister to the NZ Two Year Old Pacer of the Year, Marika.

Western Hanover's 9-year-old son, Western Terror produced two winners at tonight's (Thursday September 16) Mohawk harness racing meeting. Both, which came in races five and eight on the 11-race programme, were 3-year-old fillies.

There were two harness racing meetings held in Victoria on Thursday August 19, with ever popular Maryborough racing in the afternoon and Echuca the night venue.

Even Steve Hunt is the first to admit Rocket King was and still is greener than an Irish rugby jersey, but tonight (Thursday August 19) at the Cambridge-Te Awamutu Harness Racing Club's meeting at Cambridge Raceway, the 4-year-old pacer proved he's got what it takes to win several races.

Steven Reid and Graeme Rogerson will go there separate training ways as of next Tuesday's (August 3) harness racing meeting at Cambridge Raceway. Tonight (Friday July 30) at Alexandra Park the powerful training duo completed their 33-month stint together with their 98th and final win of the 2009-2010 season when All Defiance was successful in race three.

Three members of the well known harness racing Dyer clan were in the winner's circle at Bendigo last night (July 22). Nic Dyer drew first blood when he partnered Rocket Ruler ($3.60 fav.) to an end-to-end win in the Integrating Technology Pace.

Long-time servant of standardbreds and well known retired school teacher Ray Darby trained his first winner of the 2009-2010 season at the Northland Harness Racing Club's meeting at Alexandra Park this afternoon - Monday July 20.

Emerging star Tsunami Lombo strolled to an easy harness racing victory in the DBC Tender Ridge Past Presidents Cup at Gloucester Park on Friday night (july 2) to complete a highly successful evening for Oakford trainer Ross Olivieri and leading reinsman Chris Lewis.

Scottish Glamour, an $18,000 buy at last year's Australasian Classic Yearling Sale, made a triumphant harness racing debut at Kilmore last night (Thursday July 1). Driven by Nathan Jack, the daughter of Elsu showed great acceleration at the start and led throughout to win decisively.

It was a popular start to day one of the two day Marlborough Harness Racing Club's meeting being held at Waterlea Racecourse when local trainer Dean Hunter produced Mo Hahn to win race one on the card.

The Nyah Harness Racing Club's meeting on Tuesday June 1, attracted several of the state's leading reinsmen including Gavin Lang, Greg Sugars, Chris Alford and Grant Campbell competing against regulars Daryl Douglas and Nathan Jack in what was a coup for the club.

Mildura situated on the Victorian/New South Wales border and not far from the South Australian border, held a terrific harness racing meeting on Tuesday May 25 and as usual, the action was on in all races from the outset.

Todd Mitchell knew he had to finish first or second with Vi Et Animo at Alexandra Park tonight (Thursday May 20) to ensure a start in the Harness Jewels Final at Cambridge Raceway on June 5. That's why he left his opposition to it at the 400m.

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