Alford makes move at WDC

CHRIS ALFORD GETS AUSTRALIA EXCITED Sunday 22nd February 2015 Three more heats in the 2015 World Driving Championship were run this evening at Newcastle, a large city 160 kilometres north of Sydney.  Famous for its coal, Newcastle is the largest coal exporting harbour in the world but tonight all of the attention focused on the…

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World Drivers Champ set to begin

DEXTER COMPETING IN WORLD DRIVERS CHAMPIONSHIP  Thursday 21st February 2015   The 2015 World Driving Championship will begin on Saturday night at Tabcorp Park Menangle in Sydney Australia, with the ten drivers competing in two races on the twelve race programme.  Representing nine different countries, the drivers will compete in race seven, an event over…

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Harry auctioned off for $1500

FRANCO HARRISON SELLS FOR $1500 Franco Harrison, who won twice for Kentuckiana Lodge trainer Cran Dalgety and the go Harness Init For Fun Syndicate, was sold at auction for $1500 after the second race at Addington on Friday, January 30. Under syndicate rules, Franco Harrison was always to be auctioned at the completion of two…

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Legend 5th in Horsham Cup

BIT OF A LEGEND 5TH TO PHILADELPHIA MAN IN HORSHAM CUP The Cran Dalgety-trained Bit Of A Legend finished a solid fifth from the outside of the back row in the $A60,505 Horsham Cup, 13 metres from winner Philadelphia Man, in Victoria, on Sunday, January 11. Driver Anthony Butt flushed out Restrepo when trying to…

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Art Union among 44 NZ Derby entries

MUSCARA STANDARDBREDS NZ DERBY ATTRACTS 44 ENTRIES Kentuckiana Lodge colt Art Union alphabetically leads a list of 44 entries for the $200,000 Muscara Standardbreds New Zealand Derby at Addington on Friday, March 27. Nominations closed on Wednesday, December 17. The Allstars Stables of Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen have 12 entered, including top seed Follow…

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Romulus … a winner again

ROMULUS CLAWS HIS WAY BACK TO WINNER’S CIRCLE Former Kentuckiana Lodge pacer Romulus ended a two year losing run with an all-the-way win from the ace at Gloucester Park, Perth, on Friday, December 12. Now nine, the big Julius Caesar-Campania gelding had been winless since a West Australian debut win at Gloucester Park, on November…

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