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Terang in Victoria's Western District host Tuesday night harness racing on August 3, with an interesting program highlighted by a training and driving double to the "Queen of Great Western" - Kerryn Manning.

Daryl Douglas created Victorian harness history with his win aboard Radical Assassin last night at Terang. The Bendigo reinsman notched his 250th Victorian winner of the season when he won the second-last race on the card aboard the Peter Tonkin-trained six-year-old.

Former star juvenile Fiery Exit which had problems as a late two year old, has burst back on the scene in fine style after taking Dick And Anne Box 3-Y-0 Pace Final over 2180 metres at the Terang Harness Racing fixture held on Monday July 5.

The Terang Harness Racing Club held a terrific meeting on Thursday June 17, featuring the $30,000 (Group 3) Tontine Pacers Series Final for C2 & C3 class over 2180 metres and the $16,000 Tontine Trotters Series Final for T0 or better class over 2680 metres.

Harness racing punters who took long odds-on about Stirling Charmer from barrier one in his Tontine Pacers Series heat last Friday might think twice about backing him from the same gate in tomorrow night's Group 3 final at Terang.

Terang Harness Racing Club President Bruce Clarke had two reasons for celebrating Thursday night's fixture - one for once again hosting a great night's entertainment and two for training and driving the winner of the Matthews Petroleum Pace for C0 class over 2180 metres - The Rogue Trader.

The first week in May is always an exciting time in Western Victoria, as it signifies the famous three day Warrnambool galloping carnival - it also features the traditional Terang Harness fixture supplementing the carnival, where many visitors attend.

Country racing and harness racing clubs and rural communities will again benefit from $400,000 in Victorian Government funding for community projects and infrastructure works, the Deputy Premier and Minister for Racing Rob Hulls announced yesterday (Wednesday April 21).

Locals Matt Craven and Aunt Marg Lee took the harness racing honours at the Terang fixture on Thursday March 18.

A dashing drive by ace pilot Daryl Douglas paved the way for the royally-bred Giveusagrin to break maiden ranks in the Terang Guineas this afternoon (March 4). After enjoying the perfect trail one-out one-back, Douglas switched his mount down to the rubber pegs with 600 metres to go to track the leader and $2.60 harness racing favourite Larrikin Larry and roughie Desinda Bromac.

Class prevailed in last night's Terang & District Co-Op Pacing Cup when the two horses backing up from the BIG6 Hunter Cup fought out the $25,000 harness racing event. Ti Vogliobene, who finished 10th behind Bondy in Australia's richest handicap, wore down Hunter Cup eighth placegetter Ohoka Nevada to score what his Avenel-based trainer Greg Norman considered a deserved win.

Tear It All Away has been one of the most consistent performers of the Choice Hotels Country Cup Carnival, but so far he hasn't quite been able to get over the line. The Geoff Webster-trained five-year-old's past five runs have been in legs of the 25-race, $800,000 series and he's logged three minor harness racing placings.

Driving multiple winners is nothing new to Victoria's "Queen Of The Paceway" Kerryn Manning and she chalked up three harness racing wins at Terang on Wednesday February 3. Beautifully bred 3-Y-0 Western Terror/Nickel Castle gelding I Am Terror started the ball rolling in the M. J. O'Keeffe Memorial Pace for C0 class over 1680 metres.

Terang in Victoria's Western District was the venue for Tuesday night harness racing and although the fields were small, the racing was excellent. Locals were well to the fore during the night and Warrnambool's Geoff Senior drew first blood.

Victoria's first lady Kerryn Manning did harness racing punters plenty of favours at the Terang fixture on Tuesday December 15 after driving three winners on the program - two of which were trained by her.

The Terang Harness Racing Club in Victoria's Western District was the venue for Monday afternoon racing and locals dominated the seven event card, with young Childers Cove reinswoman Clare McDowall landing a double, Terang's Kerry Clarke a winner and Kolora trainer Barry Beasley also victorious.

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