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Sensational harness racing mare De Lovely is making plenty of waves on her road to recovery courtesy of Kendayla Park. The beautifully bred daughter of Falcon Seelster and Copper Beach(Beach Towel) underwent a routine operation to have bone chips removed from her knee, following on from a spell she has spent the past month or so at the property of Robyn and Russell Rogers on a daily diet of aqua walking.

Harness Racing New South Wales was saddened to hear of the passing of Wagga HRC President Ian Walsh. Walsh had battled illness for some time and succumb the cancer early this morning (Monday).

This Saturday, August 13, harness racing fans are encouraged to bet an extra $5 on the fifth race at Meadowlands Racetrack to help harness announcer Larry Lederman as he undergoes treatment for a malignant brain tumor.

Five year old pacer Courage To Rule will be sidelined for up to 12 months according to his harness racing trainer Brian Hughes who trains the gelding in partnership with John Green. The son of Courage Under Fire took fright whilst on the property of Gold Coast caretaker trainer Damien Stankey.

The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets confirms 2011's first case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis, also known as EEE, in an Oneida County, N.Y., horse. The 9-year-old mare had lived at her current home for several years and had no recent travel history. She was not a harness racing mare and was unvaccinated.

After sweeping last year's $50,000 Bridger Trotting Series, Talespinner passed away earlier today (Monday May 30) according to Ontario harness racing trainer Ben Baillargeon. Baillargeon said the son of Andover Hall-Fairy Tail began to show symptoms of colitis on Saturday morning (May 28)

On the afternoon of Wednesday May 18, there was reportedly one horse in the Weatherford, Texas area that had tested positive for the Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1). The horse had been at the NCHA (National Cutting horse Association) Western National Championships in Ogden, Utah.

The Western Australia harness racing fraternity will come together next Sunday (May 22) to play in an AFL match to raise money for the ongoing treatment of 23 year-old Donald Harper, who was tragically diagnosed with melanoma, which he has been courageously fighting in recent months.

Waiau Pa harness racing trainer Brent Mangos is a much happier man these days knowing his talented filly Bettor Cover Lover has at least a broodmare career ahead of her now. Weeks of uncertainty have been replaced by a positive prognosis that has seen the daughter of Bettor's Delight free of the threat of infection.

While there is nothing necessarily new about the plundering of Australia's harness racing riches by our Kiwi cousins, they've typically had the courtesy of bringing their own weapons with which to win the war. But with a prodigious pair of Kiwi-trained commodities set to start in Friday night's (May 7) $305,000 Australian Pacing Gold Final for the baby boys at Tabcorp Park, it is clear our trans-Tasman adversaries have taken to attacking us with our own ammunition.

Harness racing fans of leading Victorian reinsman Chris Alford are urged to get behind a major fundraising and awareness initiative he will undertake this month in support of NF Australia and The Children's Tumor Foundation of Australia.

The New Jersey Department of Agriculture has quarantined a second Colts Neck horse farm as part of its investigation into an outbreak of the neurologic form of Equine Herpes Virus, Type One (EHV-1) that has led to the death of one horse and sickened five others.

The New Jersey Department of Agriculture has quarantined a horse farm in Colts Neck, Monmouth County, after six horses contracted the neurologic form of Equine Herpes Virus, Type One (EHV-1). The disease was discovered by a private veterinarian treating a sick horse, which was later euthanized by the veterinarian on April 13 after it failed to respond to treatment. The other five horses are recovering from their illnesses.

Tasmanian harness racing star and above average pacer Gedlee has gone amiss and will be sidelined for up to a year. Gedlee was this week diagnosed with a strained suspensory ligament. Gedlee was diagnosed with the problem yesterday but connections believe the four-year-old gelding may have suffered the injury when he pulled a shoe two starts back in Hobart.

It was a sad day at Agnes Banks Equine Clinic last Friday with not a dry eye in the place when the decision was made to euthanise former champion pacer Atitagain or 'Frank' as he was known to his harness racing friends.

It was just as well Auckland Reactor's owners didn't google "colitis X" when told their superstar pacer was battling the acute illness. Had they done so, they would never have envisaged the happy scenes around the horse's isolation box at Veterinary Associates' state of the art equine hospital at Karaka yesterday.

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