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The Red Mile 2015 Standardbred Meet:
July 26- October 10

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Australian & New Zealand Harness News

Junior driver creates favourable impression
The new harness racing season gets underway tomorrow with the running of the Kurow meeting at Oamaru and it is the race meeting that sees the first appearance on raceday of the Mid Canterbury junior driver John Morrison....
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" Happy Birthday"
Another birthday for our four legged harness racing friends who provide us with so much enjoyment and pleasure....
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"Pup" Hulston has another handy trotter
Well known Canterbury breeder and owner Graham "Pup" Hulston has bred and raced a lot of smart racehorses over the years, some at group level....
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Twelve horse fields for NSW
In accordance with the Strategic Plan, Harness Racing New South Wales is endeavouring to increase the field sizes for all races run across the state. From September 1 the longer circuits in NSW will see field sizes increased from ten to twelve runners. HRNSW CEO John Dumesny confirmed the decision had been made to increase wagering turnover which will see the industry receive more money in return....
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Trotters take centre stage this weekend
The trotters take centre stage this weekend as Maryborough and Harness Racing Victoria celebrate the time-honoured Redwood Carnival. ...
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Dream season coming to an end
A dream season for one of the country's most prolific harness racing owners ended on Friday but there's no time for rest....
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Phil Williamson has three juveniles in maiden trot
It is not unusual for leading harness racing trainer Phil Williamson to have multiple entries in trotting races but tonight at Addington, Phil has three two year olds entered in the maiden trot which is not something that happens that often....
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A lot expected of Angus Hall debutante
Champion New Zealand jockey James McDonald is not a name usually associated with harness racing but that will all change tonight at Alexandra Park when the Angus Hall debutante Angus Bolt steps onto the track for the first time....
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Sprint lanes to be introduced in NSW
Harness Racing New South Wales has confirmed sprint lanes will be introduced at three more tracks across the state. The new tracks at Wagga and Tamworth will have sprint lanes while HRNSW CEO John Dumesny has announced an ongoing discussion will continue with the Goulburn Club about a sprint lane being introduced at its track....
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Sundon continues to build that legacy
Harness racing breeders in Australasia saw the passing of the great racehorse and sire Sundon this year but his impact on breeding downunder continues to grow....
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Greg Sugars bags his 2000th winner
Greg Sugars has 2000 career winners on the board after a winning double at the harness racing meeting at Tabcorp Park Melton today....
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Giants keeping 'pace' with the competition
Former Australian cricketers Ricky Ponting and Mark Waugh, Manly fullback Brett Stewart, Canberra Raiders captain Jarrod Croker, Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley, former Adelaide Crows coach Brenton Sanderson and leading Sydney jockey Tommy Berry have one thing in common. They all have been, or are currently, owners in the sport of harness racing....
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McKenzie's mare cashing successive wins
One of Tasmanian harness racing's most promising mares Queens Advocate looks set to expand her winning sequence when she tackles a C3-C5 event over 2090 metres at UBET Park Hobart on Sunday night....
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Stoush over fees leads to ban
The horse racing industry in South Australia has been dealt a blow with the sudden departure of harness racing from Globe Derby Park due to a stoush about meeting fees....
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Redcliffe Gold Cup continues rich history
When you think of Paleface Adios and Don’t Retreat you recall two of the greats of harness racing.   ...
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Industry groups welcome stakemoney increases
The Association of Victorian Country Harness Racing Clubs (AVCHRC) has welcomed Harness Racing Victoria's (HRV) stakes increase announcement....
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Kiwis draw poorly on Redwood Day
Redwood Day at Maryborough this Sunday is one of most keenly anticipated dates on the Australian harness racing calendar....
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Injured Tony Xiriha to undergo further tests
Kyneton reinsman Tony Xiriha has been ruled out of the sulky indefinitely after a horrible fall at Stawell trots on Wednesday, July 22....
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Olivieri confident with Chief Thundercloud
Oakford trainer Ross Olivieri describes the lightly-raced harness racing seven-year-old Chief Thundercloud as "tough as old boots" and as one of the State's most consistent pacers....
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Im A Peregrine will try to lead all the way
Im A Peregrine has won only once from his past 16 starts, but reinsman Chris Voak is quite enthusiastic about the five-year-old's prospects in the final of the $25,000 Remote Foods Chandon final at the harness racing meeting at Gloucester Park on Friday night....
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Courage Under Fire juvenile looks special
Nathans Courage, a typically small son of former champion pacer Courage Under Fire, looks set to give punters a flying start to the harness racing meeting at Gloucester Park on Friday night by winning the opening event, the 2130m Taylor Sulky Repairs Pace....
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Waylade is right in the zone at the moment
Up-and-coming superstar Waylade erased the name of star pacer David Hercules from the record books with a dazzling performance at the harness racing meeting at Gloucester Park on Monday afternoon and his clash with Libertybelle Midfew and Bettors Fire in the 2536m Regency Foods Pace at Gloucester Park on Friday night promises to be a highlight of the ten-event program....
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Matty cracks the 500 wins at last
One of New Zealands most promising harness racing reinsman Matthew Williamson has been on edge for several weeks now....
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" Morrie Mac" in sublime form
Maurice McKendry is recognised as one of the best reinsman to grace the harness racing industry in New Zealand....
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Talented two year old to make debut
The middle of winter is not usually the place to launch a talented horse on his harness racing career but such is the case tonight with the debut run of the smart two year old Franco Cristiano in race one at Addington....
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