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A stunning return to form has earned New South Wales star harness racing pacer Holy Camp Boy a shot at the Group 2 PETstock Bendigo Pacing Cup on 15 January. The seven-year-old who is racing in near career best form scored a turbo-charged last to first victory in the Shirley Turnbull Memorial at Bathurst earlier this week.

A stunning Harold Park harness racing performance last Friday night (December 17) by Holy Camp Boy has convinced up and coming trainer Mitchell Reese to head to Bathurst for Sunday night's Shirley Turnbull Memorial.

Brilliant New Zealand-bred pacer Ima Rocket Star made a dazzling return to harness racing at Gloucester Park on Friday night and is on target for a tilt at the $200,000 Chariots of Fire in New South Wales in July.

The Hewitts of Goulburn in New South Wales are one truly amazing harness racing family! All six of them live and breathe our wonderful sport and on Monday night (May 17) at Canberra four of them each drove a winner on the nine-race card.

Harness racing fans should mark down Saturday January 16th in their diary under not to be missed, why? well that's the day of the Tasmanian Premier Yearling Sales once again conducted by Dubbo auctioneers David Cameron Board & Simmons and with 42 yearlings catalogued it promises to be another enthralling sale.

The Parkes, Young and Bathurst Harness Racing Clubs are pleased to announce the introduction of a $50,000 bonus in relation to their individual 2009/2010 Carnival of Cup feature races. The clubs have banded together to offer an added incentive to trainers with regard to the 'feature' race each club shall host as part of their Carnival of Cup meeting - all within a one month time frame, in the form of a $50 000 bonus should the same horse win all three races.

The Bathurst Harness Racing Club (BHRC) held its annual awards night at the Prickley Pear Restaurant in New South Wales last saturday night (September 5). Amanda Turnbull stole much of the limelight winning boht the Open and Junior Driving titles. Winners from the 2008-2009 season were:

If you had intended buying a yearling this year and so far had been unsuccessful then the Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale represents your last chance to pinhook a future champion. The sale, to be conducted by Davidson Cameron Board & Simmons, will be held at the Bathurst Showground on Sunday, March 22 starting at 11am.

If you had intended buying a yearling this year and so far had been unsuccessful then the Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale represents your last chance to pinhook a future champion. The sale, to be conducted by Davidson Cameron Board & Simmons, will be held at the Bathurst Showground on Sunday, March 22 starting at 11am.

New South Wales pacer and 32nd seed Special Albert was scratched today (Monday) from the 2009 Watpac Inter Dominion series. The son of Albert Albert, who has been out of form, has been treated for an injury and would not be fit enough to take his place.

The accent was on speed at the Cobram fixture held on Monday March 2, in which there were no less than four sub two minute mile rates listed throughout the afternoon.

Three first starters will be seen in action at Bathurst on Wednesday night. One is a three-year-old, with the other pair two-year-olds.

Three first starters will be in action at Newcastle on Thursday afternoon. They clash in the two-year-old event, over the mobile mile, race two on an eight-event program.

Tulhurst Peachy is the lone first starter ar Dubbo's nine-race TAB program this Wednesday night. The youngster will start in the penultimate event, the two-year-old, over the mobile 1720 metres.

Bold And Regal, a member of the 'Hundred Grand Club,' returns to racing at Penrith this Thursday night. The likely type will start first-up from the top of the track, barrier six, in race three, the C7-C9 event over 2095 metres.

Sydney-based trainers John Tapp and Greg Sarina head west this Wednesday, for Sires Stakes action at Bathurst. There are two $10,000 three-year-old Sires events, as well as a $10,000 two-year-old colts and geldings Sires feature at the home of the Gold Crown.

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