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Melton harness racing trainer Damian Wilson who was badly injured in a horrific race fall at Kilmore on October 28, was successful with honest 5-Y-0 John Street North/Trouble Chaton mare Latoya Lass at Cranbourne on Tuesday January 15, taking out the Farmhand Pace for C2 class over 2080 metres.

In front of a large Holiday crowd at the Victor Harbour harness racing meeting on New Years Day, South Australia's leading female driver Danielle Hill started 2013 with a bang ,driving three winners at the seaside venue.

To say that Monticello Raceway's $5,000 harness racing 'Au Revoir' on Thursday afternoon December 27th is a unique race would be a gross understatement.

The presence of a number of new well-performed well-bred American harness racing stallions has added considerable interest to next month's Victorian Premier Harness Yearling Sale.

Mount Gambier trainers Barry Finnis, David Drury and Mick Micallef enjoyed a super evening at the Ararat harness racing fixture on Tuesday December 11, winning three legs of the TAB Quaddie.

Thursday's (November 22) Ballarat harness racing fixture was highlighted by having two races for the square gaiters.

Talented harness racing trainer-driver Zeke Slater celebrated a mixed double at Tattersall's Park on Sunday night (November 11). Slater drove his promising mare Sambrosie Lass to victory in the Limelite Media pace over 2090 metres and followed up in the next rare with a masterful drive to win aboard the Ben Yole-trained Coruba Run.

The Kilmore Harness Racing Club which presented their fantastic Cup Day program eleven days ago, held their smallest ever meeting on Wednesday November 7, with only six races taking place - the highlights being the Kilmore Equine Clinic Pacers Handicap for C4 or better class over 2150 metres and the G & S Appliance Repairs Trotters Handicap for T3 or better class over 2660 metres.

Veteran Elmore harness racing trainer Neville Welsh was in the winners stall at the Wangaratta HRC meeting held at Shepparton on Wednesday October 17, when honest 4-Y-0 Sundon/Sorry Hall gelding Sans Frontiere greeted the judge by a narrow margin in the Frank Dimetz Jewellers Trotters Handicap for T1 or better class over 2190 metres.

It has been an agonising wait for harness racing owner Jackie Gibson with her star pacer Two Eye See. The popular Gr.1 winner was retired in December last year after finishing ninth in a race at Tabcorp Park Menangle suffering from an asthma-like condition but after speaking with former trainer Mark Hewitt and new conditioner John McCarthy, Gibson made the decision to bring the six year old back into work earlier this year.

Returning to his stomping grounds after a disappointing road trip, Sir Caviar regained his form with a narrow harness racing victory in Friday's (October 12) $22,500 Preferred Handicap Trot at The Meadows.

More than $11,000 has been raised for the victims of the Leeton Paceway fire where five horses perished in the blaze last month. Donations from Harness Racing NSW, Harness Breeders New South Wales, Alabar Farms, Yirribee Stud, former Board Member Rob Nalder and the general public have contributed to the cause.

In further support for the victims of the Leeton Paceway fire, Yirribee Stud at Wagga and the McCarthy harness racing family have donated a service to For A Reason, the first son of Art Major to stand in New South Wales, with a service fee of $2,500.

Support continues to grow amongst the harness racing community for the victims of the Leeton Paceway fire, where five horses perished.

Great Western's Kerryn Manning - the world's most successful winning harness racing reinswoman, landed three winners at the Bendigo program on Tuesday August 21 (all ex-Kiwis) including two from her own stable.

Monday (August 6) harness racing was held at Yarra Valley - one of Victoria's premier wine growing districts, which featured a compact eight event card.

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