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Promising horseman David White has had a busy week. He left for Victoria on Monday, raced on Tuesday and Wednesday before returning to Sydney to put the final touches on his four year old pacer Hollywood Sign before Saturday night's semi final of the Breeders Challenge at Tabcorp Park Menangle. "I work for Blake Fitzpatrick and he has had some horses campaigning in Victoria and I have been looking after them but I am hoping for a good result in the semi finals of the Breeders Challenge back in Sydney on Saturday night that's for sure," White said. "I think he has drawn the weaker semi final which will give him the best chance of progressing through to the final, he has got good gate speed and I have a couple of options in the race." White races the horse in partnership with his uncle Trevor and friend Matthew Peden. "Trevor did a great job with him in the Riverina and sent him up to me in great condition and he hasn't been too far away recently at Menangle. Actually Matt (Peden) said to me the other day his combined beaten margin since moving up here has been ten metres combined." "To be honest he probably lacks that real high speed quarter, he doesn't possess the 26 second quarter and that is probably the difference between him and some of the other horses in the series but I'm hoping he can scrape in." Hollywood Sign is the only horse that White is currently training and will compete in race four on Saturday night. "Blake lets me work him in with his team and that is a great help, I have really enjoyed my 18 months with Blake, he has taught me so much and it is great to be working with the calibre of horses he has in his stable." "When I moved up from Wagga it was something different for me being away from home but I really enjoy it and I still get to go home occasionally which is good." Harness Racing New South Wales

The NSW Standardbred Owners Association in conjunction with participating race clubs and HRNSW will once again conduct the NSWSOA Bonus Scheme during 2014. The conditions are the same as last year's series and are as follows: 1. To be eligible for the NSWSOA Bonus Scheme, the Managing Owner of the winning horse must be a financial member of the NSWSOA at acceptance time for the nominated event; 2. To qualify for the NSW Breeders Challenge component of the bonus as sponsored by HRNSW: a) Condition 1 must be met; b) any 2yo or 3yo winner must have sustained their eligibility this season; c) any 4yo or older winner must have sustained their eligibility as a 2yo and/or 3yo. Eligible winners will win the following cash prizes: 1. NSWSOA Bonus - if the Managing Owner is a financial Member of the NSWSOA, the NSWSOA will contribute $250, the Club will contribute $250; 2. HRNSW Bonus - if the horse is sustained or was sustained for the NSW Breeders Challenge, HRNSW will contribute $500. The total bonus payable per race is $1,000 and there is no limit on how many races individual horses can win in the Scheme. The race date schedule is as follows and the NSWSOA Bonus is applicable to every programmed event: Metro Hunter Western Districts South West & Riverina Menangle 10 June Newcastle 18 July Parkes 28 June Wagga 27 June Penrith 10 July   Dubbo 20 July Young 27 July Bankstown 28 August   Bathurst 20 August     Membership forms may be downloaded from the NSWSOA website Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |  

Harness Racing New South Wales is excited to announce the KS Black and Co Competitive Stakes Gold Series to be run throughout June, July and August. The set of races are scheduled across all regions and include heats and three $7,500 finals. HRNSW CEO Sam Nati said: "The competitive stakes concept was recently introduced to create additional opportunities for a certain class of horse using mile rates as a handicapping mechanism. "We recognise the need to ensure the most efficient use of the horse population, even the less competitive ones in the system. "These races provide that platform with the key objective to keep owners and hobbyists in the game." The HRNSW Racing Department started programming the competitive stakes late last year and since then they have continued to grow in popularity and relevance. The KS Black and Co Gold series is open to R0/R1 horses which have had a minimum of 6 starts and an average mile rate of no faster than 2.02.0 in their last 6 starts at time of nomination. Country divisions will have an average mile rate of no faster than 2.04.0. Sth West Riverina & Western Districts Heat – Parkes 28th June Heat - Bathurst 2nd July Heat - Wagga 4th July Heat - Young 5th July FINAL – Young 11th July - $7500 Hunter Heat – Tamworth 24th July Heat – Maitland 25th July FINAL – Maitland 1st August - $7500 Metro Heat – Penrith 14th August Heat – Penrith 21st August FINAL – Bankstown 28th August - $7500 Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |

There have been two significant milestones during the past week in relation to the Harness Racing NSW (HRNSW) Infrastructure Plan during the past week. The Wagga Wagga City Council, at their meeting on Monday night, adopted the resolution to progress the sale of the identified land in North Wagga Wagga to HRNSW. The sale is subject to a development approval being granted for a new racing facility and centre of excellence in the Riverina. Additionally Council also resolved to give owners consent to HRNSW to lodge a development application on the Council owned land. Meanwhile, settlement for the land purchased by HRNSW in Burgmanns Lane for a new racing facility in Tamworth occurred as scheduled on Tuesday. The HRNSW Planning Proposal was recently placed on display and a report outlining the comments made in the submissions received is being prepared for the Ordinary Council Meeting on 27 May. "These are important outcomes for the modernisation of our infrastructure and the associated strategies aligned to it", HRNSW Chief Executive Sam Nati said. The HRNSW Infrastructure Plan includes new developments at Bathurst, Wagga, Tamworth and Menangle (Training Centre), upgrades at Penrith and Newcastle as well as other potential outcomes at ancillary facilities such as Hawkesbury. Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |  

Bega trainer John Miller has been a registered trainer for 30 years and to say that victories are a long time between drinks is an appropriate statement. Miller, who is 75 years young, has raced horses since 1969. The official records have his stats from 1984/85 and from this date it took a great deal of time to register his next success. Yes, it was the 2003/04 season before Miller was in the winner's circle again, and, his 75th attempt since 84/85. His careers stats read 208 starters for 10 wins 7 seconds and 8 thirds. But Miller will tell you there's a few more than that from 'back in the day'. A hobbyist trainer and a retired Machine Operator, Miller said regardless of where his horse finishes he gets such a tremendous thrill when gearing up his pacer and taking it to the race track. "They (horses) keep me young, said Miller. "I've been working horses on and off for 50 years or more. I've got three horses now and they keep me busy enough. "My first winner was back in 1969 with Hillstead Boy at Queanbeyan and it was hard getting to the registered meetings to race as I was working all the time. I would like to have a few more wins under my belt." At Wagga's meeting last Friday, Miller took Lombo Convertible to contest his 47 race start. The form read 46 starts for one win and six minor placings. But Miller new with HRNSW putting on a race for R0-R1 pacers named the Encouragement Stakes; he was a chance off the front line draw. Lombo Convertible was forced to race three wide early before sitting in the chair for the majority of the trip. He was aided in some cover at the 600 metres when moves where made from the back but the five-year-old seemed to lose ground at the 400 metres. Gaining a clear run on the home turn, Lombo Convertible rallied. He dug deep, he found something and he grabbed the spoils right on the line to score by a narrow margin. It was also a celebration for 23 year old Matthew Cuthbert who tasted success as a driver for the very first time. Harness racing was re introduced at the Bega Show last season and Cuthbert made the seven hour trip to drive horses for Miller on the tight turning circuit. His hours of dedication and effort paid off. Miller was full of praise for Cuthbert. "He's a decent young fella and I will always stick by him," he said. "He got the best out of the horse at Wagga and I'm sure he will drive many more winners in the future." It was a similar case at Parkes on Saturday night with a race named the Competitive Stakes. Rod Lemon's Real McCoy Lombo was a maiden heading into the event after 30 starts but that all changed with an all the way win over the 1660 metres. Dale Walker (Harness Racing NSW)  

Harness Racing New South Wales (HRNSW) today suspended the licenses of trainers Mr Michael Hardy and Mr Rhys Nicolson acting under the provisions of Australian Harness Racing Rule 183. HRNSW took these measures to protect the integrity of the industry following analytical results received from the Australian Government National Measurement Institute that cobalt was detected above the threshold in samples taken from the following horses and respective harness meetings; COOGEE COOGEE (M Hardy) following its win in race 7, the Uranquinty Hotel Ladyship Pace (1,755 metres) conducted at Wagga on 24January 2014 THE BIG MARN (R Nicholson) following its win in race 11, the Flying K Final (1000 metres) conducted at Menangle on 21 January 2014. MAJOR DENIAL (R Nicholson)  following its win in race 1, the Tattersalls Hotel Pace (1710 metres) conducted at Goulburn on 27 January 2014 The “B” samples and associated control samples will now be sent to another approved laboratory for confirmation. Background: In September 2013, HRNSW issued a notice to industry about the use of Cobalt within the industry and that the misuse of that substance was in breach of the Rules. HRNSW then engaged approved laboratories to undertake the required analysis and research to enable a threshold to be introduced.  On 16 December 2013 HRNSW introduced a threshold for the substance Cobalt through the introduction of Local Rule 188A (2) which reads: NSWLR 188A(2) - In addition to AHRR 188A(2) the following substance when present at or above the levels set is deemed a prohibited substance under AHRR 188A(1) (a) & or (b) & or (c): Cobalt at a level of 200 micrograms per litre in urine. As at the date on which NSWLR188A(2) takes effect all urine samples taken from a horse prior to that date which have not been adjudicated upon by the Controlling Body shall be dealt with subject to this Rule. Harness Racing New South Wales

The Cam’s Card Shark horse Million Dollar Cam, a Little Brown Jug winner and now at Yirribee Pacing Stud, Wagga, has been represented by some promising two-year-olds from his first Australian crop. Million Dollar Cam, who took a record of 1:50.2 at 3 years and won almost $970,000 in stakes, has a foal crop of only 60 and already 14 have started and three have won and a further six have been placed. They include the impressive Tasmanian Debutante winner Karalta Impulse, the brilliant first-up Bathurst winner Ameretto and last Saturday’s runaway Albury victor Riley James. With 14 starters from 60 foals, Million Dollar Cam is off to a sensational start, being the leading NSW first-season percentage sire in that category, while he ranks second on a winners-to-foals percentage basis, according to the Harness Racing Australia computer on March 17. Eight of Million Dollar Cam’s second crop will go up for auction at the Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale next Sunday afternoon at the Bathurst Showground as part of the 21-strong Yirribee Stud consignment. The draft includes a half-brother to the Linden Huntley Little winner Mighty River ($420,590), a half-brother to the NSW Sires Stakes 2YO champion Muddy River ($207,313), a half-brother to the $130,000 winner Itsokaytobefake (1:55.3) and a filly from the Albion Park winner Miss McBee. There’s also a colt from a Northern Lights daughter of the Victoria Oaks winner Shelly Lee and a colt out of a half-sister to the multiple Cups winner Royal Surprise ($229,879). In North America, Million Dollar Cam’s stock has earned more than $20-million to date and he has sired seven in the 1:50 list. By Peter Wharton (Courtesy of Harness Racing Australia)

For the first time in the city’s history, Wagga’s three racing codes will come under the national spotlight on the same day this Friday. The Murrumbidgee Turf Club will commence racing in the afternoon, followed by the Wagga Greyhound Club in the afternoon before the Wagga Harness Racing Club runs that night. While two of the codes have previously raced on the same day or night, this is the first time all three have held TAB meetings. All meetings will be broadcast to a national and international audience through Sky Racing. The harness and greyhound clubs will have a gap between meetings with both to conduct ten race programs. Between the three meetings close to $200,000 prize money will be offered with a total of 28 races to be run. “The thoroughbred and greyhound meetings will run some races during the afternoon period before the harness racing meeting begins,” Wagga Harness Racing Club chief executive Graeme White said. “The main issue is with shared staff like broadcasters, clerks of the course, judges and TAB staff, but there are enough people to cover all meetings.” The three codes on the one day wasn’t a planned initiative and came about purely through a clash of race dates. Newcastle has previously run the three codes on the same day, while in Victoria Cranbourne has done likewise. Courtesy of Harness Racing Australia

The commanding end-to-end win of Allnight Kiss in the $15,000 final of the Sale Graduate Race for two-year-old harness racing fillies at Bathurst on Wednesday night has given the forthcoming Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling Sale a tremendous boost. Allnight Kiss, a filly by Modern Art, is the second foal out of the Aces N Sevens mare Sheb Ace, whose third foal, a colt by $4-million winner Mister Big, will go under the hammer as Lot 28 at the Bathurst sale. The first foal, Ultimate Ace, has won three races so far and holds a mark of 1:58. Only lightly raced, Allnight Kiss was bought for $21,000 by Golgong couple Gary and Marg Meredith at last year’s Bathurst sale. The Mister Big half-brother to Allnight Kiss is being offered by Wagga breeders Denis and Jo Howe, and is one of only two colts by the world’s richest pacing stallion to be presented at the sale. The Howe family’s five-prong consignment also includes a Courage Under Fire half-brother to this week’s impressive Cranbourne winner Soho Wonder. The Bathurst Gold Crown Yearling, comprising 186 lots by 50 different sires, will be held on Sunday, March 23 at the Bathurst Showground. The online catalogue for the Bathurst sale can be viewed at Hard-copy catalogues can be requested from Davidson Cameron & Co Dubbo Pty Ltd on (02) 6884 8355 or email or the Bathurst Harness Racing Club on (02) 6333 5000. by Peter Wharton

Albury will host a TAB Carnival Of Cups meeting this Saturday night, the first of three programmed during the month of March for southern New South Wales. The Commercial Club Albury Cup is the feature event and looks a suitable target for the Col Thomas trained Dealer considering the four year old has recorded three victories in his past five starts. "He's no champion but he is very honest and I think the 2570 metres is going to be a big plus for him because he keeps on going," Thomas said. "I had planned to send him to Kerryann Turner at Menangle in March but when they announced they were closing the track for resurfacing I thought it might be best to keep him with me and chase a few of the Carnival Of Cup races with a few to be run around my area." The horse is raced by a good friend of Thomas'. "Robbie Wakeman owns Dealer, he delivers the bread to different places around Leeton and comes out and helps me as soon as he is finished in the mornings and is a great help around the stable." "He tells me he is going to retire in April which is music to my ears because that means he will have more time to spend with me at the stables giving me a hand." Talented juvenile Business In Motion is close to a return despite not being sighted at the trials. "I was hoping to start him at Albury but the race didn't stand up, the Wagga Derby might be a good option the following week and then I was considering taking him back to Bathurst during the Gold Crown carnival but there is also a good option in Victoria so I will just wait and see how he goes early on in the preparation." "He hasn't raced since the middle of last year and while he hurt his leg it wasn't serious and he has just had a really good break." Greg Hayes - SKY Racing               Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |   22 Meredith Street Bankstown NSW 2200   T: 02 9722 6600| F: 02 85805792 | E:| W: &       Warning to recipients:   This email and any attachments are confidential and subject to copyright. If you are not the intended recipient any use, disclosure or copying is unauthorised. If you have received this email in error please advise us immediately by reply email and delete all copies. It is your responsibility to examine this email and any attachments for viruses. Any personal information in this email must be handled in accordance with privacy legislation.            

Three bonuses will add to the Carnival Of Cups at Albury, Wagga and Young early next month with more than $250,000 prizemoney to be distributed. The three $1000 bonuses have been offered by the three clubs along with ITP (Income Tax Professionals). The first bonus will be for the best performed horse in the three cups, the second to the leading Riverina trainer over the three meetings and the last will be an open draw. Albury will commence the big three on March 1, followed by Wagga and Young on consecutive Saturday nights. Young Harness Racing Club secretary Brian Ingram said the bonuses would add extra interest to the meetings. “It’s a great thing for the three clubs to get together to offer the bonuses,” he said. “It gives the Riverina owners and trainers a great chance to earn additional money.” Young’s meeting will be the richest in the region with a $45,000 Cup and $16,000 Oaks for three-year-old fillies. Albury’s carnival will be held next Saturday and is expected to attract a lot of interest from Victorian trainers. Albury president Jeff Hogan hopes the bonuses will help draw additional horses. “There is a lot of money being offered between the three meetings and the bonuses allow every owner and trainer the chance to earn something extra,” he said. Wagga is the middle leg of the three Carnival Of Cups and the first the club has held since October, 2012. “We held two Carnival Of Cups in the space of six months in 2012 and not one in 2013 because of the way the dates fell,” Wagga Harness Racing Club chief executive Graeme White said. “This date on a Saturday night at the start of autumn is ideal. “I’m expecting it to be the biggest meeting we have held at Wagga for a few seasons for that reason.” ITP franchisee Simon Rosengren said his business was pleased to support the bonus for the trainers who race their pacers week in and week out. “The open draw bonus allows every trainer the chance to win $1000 even if their horse runs last,” he said. Wagga will also offer a $1000 holiday prize for one lucky racegoer, while country music star Adam Brand will perform between races on March 8. Meanwhile, Wagga is supporting the fundraiser for Ganmain boy Jake Underwood who was recently diagnosed with leukaemia. Fund raising organisers will conduct a major raffle at Wagga’s meeting where first prize is a 420 litre fridge. Harness Racing New South Wales

Superstar mare Frith will add to the Wagga TAB Carnival Of Cups with an exhibition workout next month. Frith will be close to resume racing at the time of Wagga's biggest meeting of the year on Saturday night, March 8, which works in perfectly with the plans of trainer-driver Bruce Harpley. The four-year-old is the reigning NSW pacer of the year and will resume racing shortly after the hit out. "I may work her with a galloping pacemaker so the date fits in very well as she has been back doing pacework for a few weeks and is ready to step it up a bit more," he said. Frith's appearance will be a major drawcard given her magnificent feats in the past two years which includes several Group 1 victories across Australia. She has rarely raced in the region since her early two-year-old days winning four of her five starts here and finishing second at Wagga. Frith has won her past 12 starts with her overall record standing at 22 wins, 4 secobnds and one third from 28 starts for prizemoney of close to $620,000. Harpley said Frith will resume racing on a suitable Metropolitan handicap. "She is an MO, but a C12 so finding races in the country will be very difficult," he said. Meanwhile, it won't be just the best pacer in the cups or the leading local trainer but any trainer who has a runner at the three local TAB Carnival of Cups in March who has the chance of securing some additional cash. Albury, Wagga and Young have joined forces with three $1000 bonuses for their cup meetings on March 1, 8 and 15. The best performed cups horse will win connections $1000, the leading local trainer an additional $1000, while there will be an open trainer's draw worth the same amount of money. "It's the first time the three major meetings have fallen on three straight Saturday's so we wanted to offer something extra for owners and trainers," Wagga Harness Racing Club chief executive Graeme White said. "The three clubs have put up the money along with ITP who were keen to promote a bonus for the three meetings. "The cup races are all of a similar grade and distance so it's possible for trainers to target the meetings. "An open draw allows every trainer who has a runner the chance to also win." Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |    

A strong card of eight races including the Banjo Patterson Cup and a performance by Australian country singer Adam Brand headline Sunday's Carnival Of Cups meeting at the Orange Paceway. Wagga Wagga trainer Bernie Kelly has selected the feature as the comeback race for his talented pacer Macca Kelly but has tempered his expectations after drawing barrier five. "Macca Kelly is having his first start since the regional final of the Breeders Challenge last season in July. He has had plenty of work and a trial, but the wide draw is a bit of a concern," Kelly said. "He won his only trial, I'm very happy with him and how he performs on the weekend will probably decide in which direction I go with him moving forward, I'm weighing up the option of sending him to Queensland for a little while but I haven't really thought that all through at the moment." Macca Kelly has won more than $160,000 in his career and spent time in Victoria with talented trainer Emma Stewart. "I sent him down to Emma for a while and she did a good job with him but he hasn't gone to the heights that I had thought he may have as a young horse, he's not a big horse, he's a real nugget and is still a bit big in condition." "I nominated his full brother Bernies Idol in the two year old race on Sunday as well but I'm going to take him out and wait for another day, he is eligible for the Australian Pacing Gold and I think he is a nice horse." Miss Paula is the mother of Macca Kelly and Bernies Idol and at the age of 24 is still producing. "I have been using the embryo transfer with Miss Paula and it is great to be able to prolong her breeding career with it, she might be 24 years old but she only looks about 14 and when you have a broodmare gem like her you want her to be able to keep producing for as long as she can." The Banjo Patterson Cup is race seven at Orange on Sunday and will start 5:43pm with country music star Adam Brand performing LIVE during the course of the day. Just by being on course one lucky patron will go into the draw to win a brand new Toyota Yaris. Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |    

Former Wagga Harness Racing Club president and life member Robbie Jack passed away this morning in Wagga Base Hospital. Robbie was a stalwart of harness racing in the region winning multiple training and driving premierships. There were few better front running drivers than R D Jack. He has left a generation of trainers and drivers with two of his sons, David and Russell, and grandsons, Daniel, Nathan and Royce, all involved in harness racing. Robbie trained some of the best pacers to come from the region including Yeronga Songbird, Direct Silver, Liret, Sheza Haze, Incandescent and numerous others who won feature races at Harold Park, Moonee Valley and beyond. Robbie was 81. Nancy O'Grady | Executive Assistant | Harness Racing New South Wales |    

Hunter Valley trainer Aaron Garaty will have two chances in Saturday's Maitland Inter City Pace after qualifying Hit For Six and My Aliyana in Sunday's heats. Hit For Six was first up from a three month break but proved too strong in his heat while My Aliyana chased home former kiwi Ardghal finishing third. "It is going to be a big ask for Hit For Six in the final because he will be forced to run two mile and a half races in the space of a week at his first two runs back from a spell but I am just happy to have two runners in the final," Garaty said. "My Aliyana is probably the better chance of my two, she has been racing very consistently recently, I think she has won five of her last thirteen starts." Mitchell Frost drove both of Garaty's runners in the heats but looks set to drive My Aliyana in the final. "I'm pretty sure Mitchell will be driving My Aliyana but I haven't had a chance to speak with all of the owners in Hit For Six so at this stage I'm unsure who will be driving him." "Unfortunately I am suspended from driving at the moment but I'm going to be cheering loudly for both of them on Saturday night." Garaty only has twelve horses in work so to get two horses into the Inter City Pace is a tremendous effort. "I have been having a pretty good run recently, I got a treble last week and things before that have been going really well, I've got some nice horses and great owners too." "I've had a bit of luck with horses from the Wagga area, we got Hit For Six from down there, I know Andrew and Tim Doherty and they have been putting me onto a couple of horses that look suited to racing here in the Hunter." Maitland's Inter City Pace meeting is part of the successful HRNSW TAB Carnival Of Cups circuit. To arrange an interview or for further information please contact: Dale Walker    

The 2012/13 HRNSW Industry Awards night was held at the Hilton Hotel Sydney on Saturday night where the feats of both humans and equines were recognised. Exciting filly Frith was unanimously named NSW Horse of The Year after a scintillating three-year-old season which included the NSW Breeders Challenge, Victorian Breeders Crown, WA and Victorian Oaks. The 3YO of the year was also taken out by Frith whilst Bling It On took the honours in the 2YO category. The Nicole Molander-trained Keystone Del was named Trotter of The Year and Gaius Caesar won the open aged horse division. The Board and staff of HRNSW would like to congratulate the following award winners:   Award Nominees Winner McLachlan Thorpe & Partners Carnival of Cups - Leading Trotting Trainer   Blake Fitzpatrick   Blake Fitzpatrick   Goulburn HRC Carnival of Cups - Leading Driver   Amanda Turnbull   Amanda Turnbull   NSW Standardbred Owners Association Carnival of Cups - Leading Trainer   Steve Turnbull   Steve Turnbull   Albury HRC Carnival of Cups - Leading Horse   Make Some Magic NZ   Make Some Magic NZ   Tabcorp Carnival of Cups - Best Level 1 Meeting   Coolamon HRC Maitland HRC Penrith HRC   Maitland HRC   Tabcorp Carnival of Cups - Best Level 2 Meeting   Eugowra HRC Fairfield HRC Orange HRC Orange HRC   Tabcorp Carnival of Cups - Best Level 3 Meeting   Blayney HRC Broken Hill HRC Griffith HRC   Broken Hill HRC   Tabcorp Centurions   Amanda Turnbull Lauren Panella Blake Fitzpatrick Luke McCarthy Robert Morris Steve Turnbull Shane Tritton Belinda McCarthy   All   Daily Form Service Junior Driver Encouragement Award (Country)   Andrew Pitt Ashleigh Camilleri Grace Grant Paul Diebert Sam Hewitt   Paul Diebert   Lexus of Parramatta Junior Driver Encouragement Award (Metro)   Alex Alchin Kylie Barnes Lauren Panella Todd McCarthy   Lauren Panella   OAMPS Champion Junior Driver   Amanda Turnbull   Amanda Turnbull   OAMPS Champion Driver   Amanda Turnbull Amanda Turnbull OAMPS Champion Trainer   Steve Turnbull Steve Turnbull   National Trotguide Best Coverage by a Regional Newspaper   The Daily Advertiser - Wagga The Irrigator - Leeton The Maitland - Mercury   The Daily Advertiser Wagga   PMG Media Best Coverage by a Regional Television Station   Harbor Television Productions NBN Newcastle Prime 7 Wagga   NBN Newcastle   Garrards Horse & Hound NSW Volunteer Appreciation Awards                         Stephen Hunt Cootamundra HRC Greg Maxwell Young HRC John Den Eugowra HRC  Robert Chew Bathurst HRC Megan Lavender Bankstown HRC Andrew Ho Bankstown HRC Bert Read Bankstown HRC   All Penrith HRC Don Clough Appreciation Award   Richard Earnshaw   Richard Earnshaw   Harness Breeders NSW Broodmare of the Year   Falcon Black Beauty NZ Jackie Kelly Left For Me Full Pleasure Rochelle Hanover   Left For Me   Pepper Tree Farm NSW Sire of the Year   Presidential Ball USA Tinted Cloud USA Pacific Rocket Ifihadyourluck USA John Street North USA   Presidential Ball USA   Yirribee Stud in conjunction with Alabar Outstanding Service to the Breeding Industry   Pepper Tree Farm Pepper Tree Farm   Breckon Farm NSW 2YO Trotter of the Year   My Valerie NZ Swishbye Verbier   My Valerie NZ   Addington Raceway NSW 2YO Filly Pacer of the Year   Denises Legacy Distant Memory Majestic Amy Ocean Diva Spicy Stride   Distant Memory   House of Brook NSW 2YO C&G Pacer of the Year   Allblack Stride NZ All Eyes On Us Bling It On Business In Motion Lettucerockthem   Bling It On   Sky Racing NSW 2YO of the Year   My Valerie NZ Distant Memory Bling It On   Bling It On   Bulli HRC NSW 3YO Trotter of the Year   Duchess Ella Nickys Invasion Vincennes   Duchess Ella   Sir Lincoln NSW 3YO Filly Pacer of the Year                 Frith Gypsy Babe Im Tondelayo Laaganoosh Tarelle   Frith   Yirribee Stud in conjunction with Alabar NSW 3YO C&G Pacer of the Year   Be Brave Caesar Augustus Ee And Em Stride Home Of The Brave Sir Eric NZ Ultimate Art   Home Of The Brave   Tabcorp NSW 3YO of the Year   Duchess Ella Frith Home Of The Brave Frith   NSWHRC NSW Aged Trotter of the Year   Keystone Del NZ King Of Strathfield NZ Neville Vaughan NZ   Keystone Del NZ   Cordina Farms NSW Aged Mare Pacer of the Year   Baby Bling NZ Forever Gold Obahma Joy Our Sixpence NZ   Baby Bling NZ   Harness Racing Travelworld NSW Aged E&G Pacer of the Year   Chariot King Excel Stride Gaius Caesar NZ Ideal Scott NZ Mach Alert NZ Mach Beauty Washakie NZ   Gaius Caesar   Garrards Horse & Hound NSW Aged Horse of the Year   Keystone Del NZ Baby Bling NZ Gaius Caesar   Gaius Caesar   OAMPS - NSW Horse of The Year   Bling It On Frith Gaius Caesar   Frith        

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