Dickie and Kilgour's big move delayed until next month

19 October 2021
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Victorian harness fans will have to wait a bit longer than expected before enjoying the talents of Josh Dickie, who moves to the state in November.

And the outstanding northern New Zealand horseman says the chances are lessening he will have the expected major involvement in the Breeders Crown finals there later next month.

Dickie and partner Sammy Kilgour are moving to her home state of Victoria to train and for Josh to try his hand at predominantly freelance driving, but the shift has been delayed.

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