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DOMINANT trainer Gary Hall Sr has gone for the obvious and a wildcard as his two best chances in tonight’s (Friday) $300,000 Group 1 Fremantle Cup.
Don and Lyn Ross had a day to remember at the Wyndham meeting at Cromwell yesterday when Clive won the Alabar Cromwell Cup for pacers and Mon Richie won the main race for trotters.
Conversion is in line for a penalty free win at Oamaru on Thursday.
DOMINANT trainer Gary Hall Sr has the numbers, but may not get things all his own way in Friday night’s $300,000 Group 1 Fremantle Cup (2536m).
Sovereign Banner, unbeaten in two starts, is set to back up from Roxburgh on Monday on the grass at Cromwell on Wednesday.
A perfect barrier draw at Cambridge on Friday is going to have to do as consolation for trainer Stephen Doody.
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Cambridge is a big winner as the trainers of New Zealand’s harness racing elite plan how to approach two months potentially pathed in gold.
Blair Orange has been suspended from race driving for five race meetings between January 7 and 14 and fined $1050 for presenting himself to drive with excessive alcohol in his system at the Central Otago meeting on Saturday.
Tas Man Bromac has the Invercargill Cup in his sights after a runaway win in the Peters Genetics Roxburgh Cup on Monday.
Harness racing history was created on the Waipa grass track at Te Awamatu yesterday (Wednesday).
At what is seemingly a hard time to attract new owners to the harness racing industry Nigel Armstrong is trying to tackle the problem head on.
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