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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.

Terang in the Western District was the venue for Thursday night harness racing in Victoria, with an interesting program in place. Haven trainer Justin Lane added another win to his tally, when 4-Y-0 Legacy Of Power/Muckinbar Miss gelding National Service greeted the judge in the Salmon's Catering Pace for C0 class over 1680 metres at Terang on Thursday.

The Western District dominated the Terang fixture on Tuesday September 15, with no less than four of the seven harness racing winners on the program. Peter Manning started the ball rolling, when 4-Y-0 Safely Kept/Kims Fantasy gelding Carletonhill scored in the Bacardi Lindy Trotters Handicap for T0 or better class over 2180 metres with Greg Sugars in the sulky.

Victoria hosted two harness racing meetings to finish off season 2008/09 on Monday August 31, with Cobram on the Murray holding the day fixture, while Terang in the Western District raced at night.

Melton father-and-son team Graeme and Gavin Lang stole the show at Terang last night (July 23). The combination won three races on the eight-race card with the New Zealand bred Jazzee Valentine ($5.20), three-year-old Altar Of Freedom ($3.70 fav.) and trotter Dover Downs ($1.60 fav.).

Two meetings were held in Victoria on Thursday June 11, with Warragul in Gippsland racing in the afternoon and Terang in the Western District at night. Romsey reinsman Scott Dyer enjoyed a profitable "pay day" at Warragul, after driving three winners during the afternoon - Gordons Ville in the MHRC Pace, Palais Du Louvre the Gippsland Septic Tanks 2-Y-0 Pace and Flighttonully the Drouin Signs Pace.

Six year old Presidential Ball/New York On Sunday gelding Radio City was by far the most impressive winner at the Hamilton HRC meeting held at Terang on Tuesday May 26, taking out the Alexandra House Pace for C4 & C5 class over 2180 metres.

Heywood's Kevin Brough fresh from a big night at Globe Derby Park Adelaide the previous Saturday, produced a smart type in Malibu Grin, a Grinfromeartoear/Classic Malibu gelding to land the Dan O'Grady Memorial 2-Y-0 Pace over 2180 metres on debut at Terang on Tuesday May 5 in a 2-02.6 mile rate.

Victoria's Western District dominated the Terang fixture on Tuesday April 21, providing no less than winners on the night. Hamilton brothers Ben (trainer) and Mark (driver) Yole opened proceedings by winning the Madden's Commercial Hotel Claiming Pace over 2180 metres with the much travelled 8-Y-0 Sokys Atom/Federal Cabinet gelding Trouble No More.

Bendigo March 26. Champion Nagambie trainer Chris Lang won his 'own' race at the Bendigo day meeting. Lang and his son, Chris junior, combined to win the Aldebaran Park Handicap with promising trotter Kyvalley Mac ($3.20).

Geoff Webster enhanced his status as the master of Harness Racing's 'Victorian Country Cup Circuit' following the win of Lucky Elsie in tonight's Matthews Petroleum Hamilton Pacing Cup (2680m) at Terang.

The Matthews Petroleum Hamilton Pacing Cup has always been a race of special memories for Kerry Clarke. Waitaki Direct provided the Terang trainer-driver with one of the most memorable wins of his harness racing career when he took out the 1971 edition.

Russell Cook is looking forward to seeing Make Waves in action in Saturday night's $25,000 Terang & District Co-Op Pacing Cup. The ever-improving five-year-old ran at Moonee Valley on BIG6 Hunter Cup night last weekend, but the former South Melbourne ruckman wasn't there to see it.

The Terang & District Co-Op Pacing Cup boasts one of the most impressive honour rolls of any country cup and it will almost certainly gain another high-quality occupant this Saturday when the 2009 edition is run.

The Sky Channel Nights Of Glory might have finished up at Moonee Valley on Saturday night, but top-class harness action continues this Saturday night with the running of the Terang & District Co-Op Pacing Cup. The $25,000 has attracted a quality field, including a number of the stars of the show from BIG6 Hunter Cup night.

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