SA Paint Horse State show And All Breeds Extravaganza were held last weekend, with many outstanding performers. Some of which have been travelling the national show circuit of late with great success. The State show, which was held at Owen Recreational Complex saw a healthy turnout, which represented a promising resurgence for the breed within … Continue reading Western Show Scene SA: Our Favourite happenings
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Whilst the rivalry preceding the Miracle Mile between The great Lazarus and LennytheShark is building, back at the Lance Justice Harness Racing Stables, nothing but love and admiration is being shown for one of the stable favourites Love ina Chevy. Friday night saw Love ina Chevy win again, which left his connections and followers in … Continue reading Nothing but love for Chevy: A story of Triumph over Adversity
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Ballarat Pacing Cup tonight, can Shadow Sax win two cups in the space of 8 days?
There’s the Bledisloe Cup, Constellation Cup and Chappell–Hadlee Trophy – all sporting events Australia and New Zealand do battle in.
And then there’s harness racing, with the Ballarat Pacing Cup as competitive as any feature event,
For two decades the Ballarat Cup has been a battleground for the best standardbreds from either side of the Tasman.
Master Musician was a pioneer of New Zealand raids, which are now part of the make-up of the group 1 event.
He ventured to Ballarat in 1997.
While he managed only seventh to NZ import Whale Of A Tale, Master Musician set the tone for Kiwi-trained stars.
Yulestar became the first NZ raider to capture the Ballarat Pacing Cup in 2001 and three years later Just An Excuse repeated the dose.
In latter years New Zealanders have come to dominate, winning in five of the past seven seasons.
Stunin Cullen (trained by Tim Butt) began…
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Coming off the back of a highly successful feature meeting at Wayville late last year, harness racing in South Australia had experienced a gentle spike in euphoria and passion was reignited for some harness racing fans. Many of us were hopeful that the 2018 SA Pacing Cup meeting could continue the momentum and draw a … Continue reading Chasing that Feeling: SA Pacing Cup 2018
Tonight we will see the final of the 2017 Interdominion Pacing Championships run and won at Gloucester Park. The series is the final night of a three year stint that the Interdominion has been held in Western Australia. It’s shaping up to be a battle of talented pacers including Tiger Tara, Lazarus, Soho Tribeca , … Continue reading Perth interdom 2017: that’s a wrap.
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Lenny the Shark enjoying the beach in WA. He should be a poster boy for WA tourism because this photo makes the destination look like the place to be. Another beach another champion, this time it’s Smoken Up on a beach abroad. A leisurely stroll on the New Zealand Coast. Another day in the life … Continue reading 5 photos that prove Harness racing horses have more exciting lives than me …
The leap from amateur harness racing trainer to professional may seem daunting in an industry that has a reputation of being in a decline . If harness racing is to thrive it needs to start with you. Even if you’re not ready to take the professional leap these 5 tips to succeed will still benefit … Continue reading Trainers handbook: Taking the lead and going Pro.