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LENNYTHESHARK is primed for the Miracle Mile.
This should be one of the great Miracle Miles.
Laurence Hanrahan can count the amount of times he’s lined up two horses in a race on one hand.
B D Windermere and her half-brother Blow A Cloud were winners at Invercargill on Sunday and Andrew Armour was the successful driver of both.
How many different emotions can you feel in two minutes?
The boy will take on the men.
In early races at Invercargill on Sunday a couple of Canterbury visitors look well placed for success.
There might still be five months of harness racing left before this season ends, but the premiership battle for training supremacy is already warming up.
Tango’s Delight was supposed to be living the life of a broodmare by now.
Nigel McGrath’s long-term plan came to fruition last night at Addington, but not without a few hiccups.
Terry Chmiel is thinking about where to go next with his talented filly, Nek Time, while his wife Glenys is wondering where she can go shopping with her cut of the winning stake from last night’s Harness 5000.
The spotlight moves to Menangle tonight and our Aussie correspondent ADAM HAMILTON casts his eye over the major races on a stellar meeting.
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