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News: Wave of success rolls on talented tyro takes the Tontine for Gaths ( 133 %)
News: Wave of success rolls on talented tyro takes the Tontine for Gaths Two $25,000 time-honored feature races were held at Hamilton yesterday – the Tontine Pacers and Trotters Championships. It was a Western District finish to the Taylor Toyota Tontine Pacers with Port Fairy residents Richard and Pauline Matthews (of Matthews Petroleum fame) racing the

News: Great fields head to Horsham for today's prestigious Tontine ( 122 %)
News: Great fields head to Horsham for today's prestigious Tontine Horsham will today host the running of the time-honoured $25,000 Tontine Championships for pacers and trotters on a huge, 10-event card. The West Side Horsham Tontine Championships are jointly conducted on a rotational basis by the South West Outer Zone Clubs (Ararat, Hamilton, Horsham, Stawell and Terang) with the support of HRV. The first Tontine series for pacers was run in 1981 and saw the winner, Kiwi Conference (Peter Rothacker), race four times in 12 days to earn the Tontine crown in a last-man-standing contest through heats, semi-finals and a final.

News: Prized Tontine set for another great chapter at Stawell ( 95 %)
News: Prized Tontine set for another great chapter at Stawell Change is a constant, in racing as in life, and the time-honoured Tontine Championships have undergone plenty since the lightly raced five-year-old gelding Kiwi Conference and his trainer/driver Peter Rothacker took out the inaugural title at Ararat back in March 1981. Kiwi Conference raced four times in 12 days to earn the Tontine crown in a last-man-standing series of heats, semis and final - the brainchild of John Fladgate, then President of the Hamilton HRC, and staged jointly by the original members of the south-west zone (Ararat, Hamilton, Horsham, Stawell and Ararat).

News: Tontine Trotters at Terang ( 94 %)
News: Tontine Trotters at Terang What do the more-than-handy trotters Acacia Ridge, Noopy Kiosk, Armed Guard, Master Maori, Melpark Sunrise & Beleva have in common ? Answer: Each is listed on the honour roll of past winners of the Tontine Trotters Series Final. This sextet of squaregaiters collectively notched up 132 career victories and earned in excess of $1.2 million in stakemoney. The Decron Hoof Care Trotters Tontine Series (T0+) kicks off on Saturday night at Terang with a $7000 standing start heat, then continues at Stawell on Feb. 20 th with the leading qualifiers to contest the $20,000 Final at Ballarat Aussie soil for guru Great Wesern trainer Peter Manning and will be driven by Daryl Douglas and Kerryn Manning respectively. However, both will need to be at the top of their game to match the classy 4yo’s Lightning Joy and Chateau De Ville along with last season’s Tontine champ, Bargain

News: Fat Man out to gobble up another win ( 93 %)
Trainer David Lewis would love to win the Flying Horse Bistro Tontine Series Final tonight at Ballarat and has a pacer capable of playing a major role in the Group 3 race. The Fat Man has won three races on the spin and is second-favourite with the TAB fixed odds market for tonight ’s $30,505 feature from his gate four draw. “It’s definitely a race I’d love to win,” said Lewis, who trains in Hamilton, which is Tontine heartland. The Tontine series was first run in 1981 and was the brainchild of the late John Fladgate, then president of the Hamilton Harness Racing Club. The term “tontine” refers to a financial scheme in which dividends from an initial pooled investment are progressively increased as investors are eliminated with the entire fund going to the lucky last survivor, wrote trots scribe Tony Logan in 2012. The Fat Man defeated Major Secret in the Hamilton Tontine heat on February 4, rating 1:58.1 for the 2160m trip. The Fat Man led and went 60.8 for the first half before sprinting home in 55.7 seconds. He’d won his prior start at Maryborough from the death seat in 1:59.7 by 2.4m over Elsu Prince. &ldquo

News: Petstock Tontine Series ( 87 %)
News: Petstock Tontine Series Victoria’s South West Harness Racing Zone this week welcomed on board Petstock as the sponsor of its prestigious Tontine Series for 2005. The news follows the announcement last month of a significant stake increase to mark the 25 th anniversary of the Petstock Tontine Pacers’ Series. The final of the highly prized C2-C4 class series will offer a record $20,000 in prizemoney and importantly remain a country penalty event. “The Petstock Pacers’ Final will be complemented by the 20 th annual running of the Petstock Tontine Trotters’ Series Final offering an $8000 stake,” Zone secretary Tamara Lane explained. “Stawell Harness Racing Club hosts both feature events at Laidlaw Park on Monday afternoon, 30 May,” she said. The Petstock Tontine

News: Tontine Series Review ( 86 %)
News: Tontine Series Review The highly sought after Petstock Tontine Series came to a close at Horsham last Friday afternoon with the running of two lucrative country penalty finals. Conducted by Clubs in Victoria’s South West Zone, the 27 th annual pacers’ series included heats at Terang, Ararat and Stawell , whilst the squaregaiters qualified for the 23 rd annual trotters’ final via heats at Geelong and the Hamilton @ Terang meeting. Dual heat winner Als Rocket was sent out a $1.30 favourite in the Group 3 $30,000 Petstock Tontine Pacers Final and duly saluted for trainer Tony Peacock and driver Brian Gath who enjoyed his fourth Tontine success. In a frantically run race, the six-year-old Albert Albert gelding sat rearward before charging home for a three-metre victory over Sunofagun Lombo, with Harrys Lass a further 12-metres in arrears. The winner rated a blistering 1:58.6 mile rate for

News: Tontine Series set to start ( 82 %)
News: Tontine Series set to start The time-honoured Tontine Pacers Series has been given a fresh new look for its 31 st birthday. With the generous support of Decron Hoof Care, stakemoney for each of the heats has received a healthy $2000 boost and the series format has also been tweaked slightly. The 2012 version of the Tontine will be launched at Ararat on Tuesday night (Feb. 7 th ) with two, top-class $7000 contests and six days later, on Monday 13 th , further heats will be conducted at Horsham. Leading qualifiers from the heats will head to Geelong on Cup night, Saturday 18 th to compete in the $7000 semi -finals, with top of the crop to go head to head in the prestigious, $30,000 Group 3 Decron Hoof Care Tontine Pacers Final at Ballarat on Saturday Feb 25.Six times Tontine winning reinsman Gavin Lang will miss the opening night of this year’s series after incurring the wrath of stewards at Geelong

News: Tontine re-scheduled to next Sunday ( 77 %)
News: Tontine re-scheduled to next Sunday The Tontine Pacers’ Final, which was to be run at Ballarat tonight, has been re-scheduled to be run at the club's next meeting on Sunday, February 22. The field and barrier draw will remain the same with scratchings reinstated. The A.J. Prendergast Memorial Oaks Trial will be re

News: Tontine Series Conditions ( 77 %)
News: Tontine Series Conditions The prized Tontine Series will be held in Western Victoria throughout May and June. The series caters for C2-C4 pacers and T0 or better trotters and offers over $120,000 in prizemoney. Trainers and owners are advised of a change to the conditions of the pacers . Heats of the trotters’ series will be conducted at Stawell on May 31 with two or three heats to run dependant upon the number of acceptors. The Tontine Series will culminate with a $30,000 pacers’ final and a $15,000 trotters’ final on June 17 at Ballarat. Both races will only carry a country penalty. Following are the key details for the 2006 Tontine Series; PACERS SERIES Two Heats of $5,000 each to be run at both Hamilton @ Terang – May 24 and Geelong – June 1. Horses may contest a Heat at either

News: Interest in resuming trotter in Tontine heat tonight ( 73 %)
News: Interest in resuming trotter in Tontine heat tonight Lemnos trained four-year-old gelding Shared Interest is set to make a welcome return to the race track at Ararat tonight in the first heat of the Pegasus Spur @ Woodlands Tontine Trotters Series. Shared Interest showed ability in his five outings as a two-year-old, including a gallant second to long and slow road back to full recovery but hopefully it will be worth the time and effort.” Two solid trials at Shepparton in early February showed Jack his charge was finally ready for a return to the pressure of racing. “The Tontine happened to come up at the right time for the to contest the $20.5k Group 3 Pegasus Spur @ Woodlands Tontine Trotters Series Final on Labour Day holiday Monday March 14th. The Tontine Trotters Series is jointly conducted by the South West Zone Clubs (Ararat, Ballarat, Geelong, Hamilton, Horsham, Stawell & Terang) with the inaugural

News: Decron Hoof Care Tontine Series Finale ( 73 %)
News: Decron Hoof Care Tontine Series Finale The 2012 edition of the time honoured, Decron Hoof Care Tontine Series draws to a close at Ballarat on Saturday night and the stage is set for fierce contests for both the Pacing and Trotting crowns. The $30,000 Group Pacers Final looks a three way contest at first glance but like today Bullet, with each well primed to take full advantage of any hiccup from the leading players. Cullen Bromac warmed up for the Tontine series with a couple of pipe-opening victories in restricted company at Melton & Shepparton. He was ultra-impressive leading from go to whoa to score in his heat at Horsham and equally so with his tough, death-seating semi final win, last week at Geelong. The Keith Cotchin / Jodie Quinlan combo has their versatile son of Christian Cullen low flying at present, and regardless of how the Tontine action plays he’s he sort of horse that can make his own luck

News: Tontine Final: Ararat Sunday ( 72 %)
News: Tontine Final: Ararat Sunday 27 May, 2004 ' Great Western trainer Julieann Brumby is hopeful rather than optimistic about her chances of winning Sunday afternoon's $18,000 Elgas Tontine Pacers Series Final at Ararat. ' Brumby co-trains smart four-year-old Doyawantitagain who will start from barrier four in the prestigious 2195-metre mobile event. ' Doyawantitagain has performed well in three runs this preparation, finishing second at his first start for eight months in a Tontine Series heat at Terang. ' He then filled second position in a quarter-final of the event at Hamilton before . ' Brumby said Doyawantitagain, a half brother to former stable star Off The Old, had delighted connections with his performances throughout the Tontine Series. ' She explained that the troublesome gelding had had a chequered career path, and interrupted preparation in the lead-up to the time

News: K D on song at Horsham in Tontine Final ( 66 %)
News: K D on song at Horsham in Tontine Final at Horsham the five-year-old mare by Muscle Mass out of Kazzle Dazzle won the Pegasus Spur @ Woodlands Tontine Trotters Series Final (Group 3) in bold fashion, sitting in the chair throughout before outpunching Tryncatchme in the stretch for a head victory. She rated 2:05.7 for the 2700m standing start with Kate Gath in the sulky. WATCH K D MUSCLES PACK TOO MUCH PUNCH “It was a bit of a fluke that the Tontine came up on the calendar after we bought her, so we earmarked that series and she did a great job,” Gath said. “She’s a mare on the way up. To win from

News: New Sponsor For Tontine ( 66 %)
News: New Sponsor For Tontine Melton Saddlery has strengthened its ties with country Victoria's features by signing on as naming rights sponsor of the time-honoured Tontine Series. Phillip and Pauline Gath, who operate the Melton business, have aligned themselves with the series that has proven the launching pad to Group series culminate with lucrative finals at Geelong on June 27. Melton Saddlery has sponsored the Victorian Country Cups Championship and the Maori's Idol Trophy Series for the past two seasons and the Geelong Harness Racing Club is thrilled it will be a part of the Tontine Series right through until finals night. "It is with great pleasure that the South West Zone welcomes such a highly-respected business as a part of one of harness racing's most highly-respected events," GHRC manager David Kelly said. "The Tontine Series is an institution in our region and with the support of

News: Action Kosmos and The Fat Man impress at Hamilton ( 62 %)
David Lewis camp plenty to smile about by taking out the Life Members Tontine Series Second Heat by 3.2 metres over Major Secret. The pair were the only runners given a winning hope by punters and they fought out the finish with The Fat Man and John Caldow prevailing in a mile rate of 1:58.1 (last half 55.7). The Fat Man is by American Ideal out of Atomic Fusion. The Tontine Finals will be held at Bray Raceway in Ballarat next Friday night (February 13).

News: 2003 Tontine Series ( 61 %)
News: 2003 Tontine Series , 2003 Tonros Prince took a big step towards being the 'Last Man Standing' in the South West Zones annual Tontine Series when an emphatic winner in the 2 nd Quarter Final of the Pacers Series at Beckley Park last night. ' Driven by classy young reinsman Grant B semi final by Deeval, Diggers Glory, Fast Deal, Gooroc Gun, Illawong Larissa, Keynote, Mon Cherrie, Page Miss Glory, Pinevale Bella (1 st Emerg), Sister Care, and Tee Cee County. The Tontine series, a joint initiative of the clubs of the South West Zone ' - Geelong, Ballarat , Hamilton, Horsham, Terang, Stawell and Ararat will offer in excess of $100,000 in prize money this year (includes a Trotters and a Pacers series). Derived from the Greek word Tontine, which means 'Last Man Standing', the series was first programmed in 1981. ' In that time many fine

News: Tontine Final: Ararat Sunday ( 58 %)
News: Tontine Final: Ararat Sunday an Irish whisky) has blossomed into an exciting racehorse. Unbeaten in seven race starts, the gelding has dominated the qualifying rounds of the Elgas Tontine Pacers' Series to earn favouritism for Sunday afternoon's $18,000 final at Ararat. Most recently, he led throughout to secure victory in a Tontine Series semi-final at Geelong last Sunday in a 1:59.5 mile rate. 'The first time I drove him, he was clearly the pick of the four,' Harris said of Cashel Uisce, adding that the horse is easily the best he has been associated with . 'I've had a close association with Darren Hancock over a number of years, and I've often joked to him that this guy is my Jofess,' he added. Harris said the decision to target the Tontine was a last minute change, after plans to contest the rich Carousel Series in Sydney went awry

News: Strong Alliance Claims Tontine ( 57 %)
News: Strong Alliance Claims Tontine Atlas Alliance picked a good time to post his first Australian win, upstaging another former Kiwi in Thursday night’s Tontine Pacers Series Final (2180m) at Terang. The Mach Three gelding added his name to one of the most revered country honour rolls in Victorian harness racing when he for the first 500m before handing up to Donoson and battling away once he got access to the sprint lane. Donoson ($15) held on for third, almost two metres away. The mile rate was 1:58.8, which included impressive closing splits of 28.8 and 28.6 seconds. The $16,000 Tontine Trotters Series Final

News: Rain washes out Ballarat meeting ( 55 %)
The big Tontine Final and A.J. Prendergast Memorial Oaks Trial meeting down for Ballarat tonight has been washed out by a Victorian summer downpour. Persistent and heavy rain fell at Bray Raceway late this afternoon forcing stewards to pull the pin on the meeting at 6.05pm. Harness Racing

News: Quaddie Jackpot Sunday! ( 55 %)
Quaddie will be conducted on Races 4 thru 7 and commences at 6.05pm. In what shapes as a bumper program, Ararat will host the first semi finals of the lucrative Petstock Tontine Series for both the pacers and trotters. The second semi finals will be held the following day at

News: VIC - Stewards Supplementary Reports ( 54 %)
Geelong - 5 February 2016 RACE 6 - FLYING BRICK CIDER CO. TONTINE PACERS SERIES (3RD HEAT) (2100 MS) Alison Chisholm, trainer of Tidapar, has reported that blood tests taken from the gelding have failed to identify any abnormalities. Ms Chisholm further advised the stable will continue on with the current preparation, however may vary the distance of races which Tidpar contests in the future. RACE 8 - DEVCON PROPERTIES TONTINE PACERS SERIES (4TH HEAT) (2100 MS) Andy Gath, trainer of Cosell, advised that blood tests taken from the gelding subsequent to the event have not

News: Sugars wins Noel Smith Memorial Drivers' Championship ( 54 %)
Liv Lavish for trainer Dean Braun, who finished with a winning treble at Horsham – including taking out the feature event, the Group 3 Pegasus Spur @ Woodlands Tontine Trotters Series Final with unbeaten four-year-old Franco Jaeger. Sugars was Mr Consistent across the four races of the Noel /driver Michael Stanley. The five-year-old rated 1:57.9 in the 2200m race, starting from gate 10. Franco Jaeger, who took out the Tontine Trot, is unbeaten in three starts, today rating 2:07.0 for the 2700m journey. Runner-up Coimadai Lodge ran his usual honest race in second with Dieu De Lamour third.

News: Tiny filly ready to make big impression at Ballarat ( 49 %)
. Webster has also qualified recent Kiwi import Angus T Jones for the second of Friday night’s features, the $30,000 Group Three Flying Horse Bistro Tontine Pacers’ Series Final, but does not fancy his chances of notching an unprecedented third consecutive victory in the prized provincial suggested. Dominant Smythes Creek training duo Clayton Tonkin and Emma Stewart look to have one hand on the Tontine trophy, preparing leading hopefuls Another Safari (drawn barrier three) and Major Secret (barrier 10). Andy and Kate Gath will also go into the race confident of a forward showing with Mister Mundaka, an exciting new addition to their Melton stable who has won three of his four Australian starts, including a dashing 1:55.4 success at Tabcorp Park on January 29, albeit in a restricted grade event. Webster said it was no surprise the Tontine Series had stood the test of time, having of star pacers who graduated via the Tontine and went on to make their mark in open free-for-all company. In addition to the AJ Prendergast Memorial Oaks Trial – race six at 9pm, and the Tontine Pacers’ Series Final – race seven at 9.30pm, Ballarat and District Trotting Club will

News: HRV Headlines - August 31 ( 49 %)
Do Good). Tontine Stakes Boost Victoria's South West Region is the latest harness racing zone to announce a significant prizemoney increase for its feature annual series. Hot on the heels of stake boosts to the Alabar Bloodstock Northern Region Championship and Central Victorian Pacing and Trotting Championships, the South West Zone has unveiled an exciting new format for the time-honoured Tontine Series. The 2006 Tontine will offer a total of $123,000 in prizemoney, headlined by a $30,000 Pacers Final and $15,000 Trotters on June 7. Under a rotational system, Ballarat and District Trotting Club has earned hosting rights to both finals at its Bray Raceway Complex on June 17. Ararat Harness Racing Club will not participate in next year's Tontine Series, but instead host the South West Region's annual fast class feature The O'Keeffe on May 25. Zone Secretary Tamara Lane said the improvements to the Tontine were a direct result of Harness Racing Victoria's decision to double its stakes contribution to the Series to $20,000.

News: Glenferrie's Get Going For Tontine ( 47 %)
News: Glenferrie's Get Going For Tontine Parwan trainer Craig Demmler will be relying on a dual Glenferrie attack on Friday night’s Tontine Finals at Bray Raceway. It’s shaping up as a massive few months for the experienced horseman, having just secured one of Australasia’s brightest – and most enigmatic &ndash ; young trotters in Blitzthemcalder. But the focus will immediately land on Ballarat and with the Tontine Series’ often a pointer to future stars of the sport, Demmler will send the exciting Glenferrie EJ to the pacing version of the finals with five wins from her last six. “She did all

News: Stirling Barrier Still A Tontine Edge ( 47 %)
News: Stirling Barrier Still A Tontine Edge Punters who took long odds-on about Stirling Charmer from barrier one in his Tontine Pacers Series heat last Friday might think twice about backing him from the same gate in tomorrow night’s Group 3 final at Terang. The Kiwi import scrambled for a few strides just as the starter ($10) are other classy types engaged in the prestigious final. The pacers’ decider is one of two Tontine Series finals at Terang with the squaregaiters to go around in the $16,000 trotting decider, in which dashing heat winner Zanzi Bromac appears the testing material. The David Murphy

News: Coastal Pumped Up For Tontine Final ( 47 %)
News: Coastal Pumped Up For Tontine Final A pump will be the first piece of equipment Lance Justice loads into the truck while he is preparing for his trip to Geelong on Saturday night. The Melton trainer-driver will ensure his sulky wheels are fully inflated before he heads out to contest the $30,000 Group 3 Melton Saddlery Tontine (front), a son of former champion mare Sumthingaboutmaori, in the 2570-metre standing start event. The Tontine finals aren’t the only highlights of a card that features the return of rising star Sammy Maguire, who will meet a field of C6 or better performers in the Major In Art Pace (8pm), and a

News: Action aplenty at Ararat as Columbias Deejay takes Tontine heat ( 46 %)
News: Action aplenty at Ararat as Columbias Deejay takes Tontine heat in that event for reinsman Matthew Craven and trainer Stuart Cocks. The feature race of the night would come a few hours later with the running of the Pegasus Spur @ Woodlands Tontine Trotters Series first heat. Burrumbeet horseman David Magri took it out with his honest five-year-old gelding

News: Unico Crown Huge In Tontine Heat ( 46 %)
News: Unico Crown Huge In Tontine Heat Former Kiwi four year old gelding Unico Crown, a gelded son of Monarchy and Sunny Gem, was a brilliant winner of the 1st Tontine Heat for Trotters T0 or better over 2570 metres at Geelong on Monday January 27. Following a narrow defeat by The Boss Man in the $25,000 Central Victorian Trotting

News: Sensational Tontine Finals at Ararat ( 46 %)
News: Sensational Tontine Finals at Ararat Both divisions of the rich Tontine Pacing and Trotting Finals sponsored by the Ararat Colonial Lodge Motel were held at Wednesday night's Ararat harness meeting on and what exciting races they were. Melton based trainer Adam Kelly who can do nothing wrong at present, snared the $30,000 Pacers

News: Guard Gives Shinns A Kickalong ( 46 %)
They have been in the spotlight this week as hosts of Lombo Pocket Watch, but Ruth and Noel Shinn got to celebrate a feature win of their own on Thursday night when Armed Guard destroyed his rivals in the PETstock Tontine Trotters Final at Terang. The four-year-old son of Monarchy, driven by division was the outsider of the field, $73 pop Sharendoo Lass, with Broadacrossthebeam ($24) two-and-a-half metres away in third spot. Rounding out a big night of Tontine action was the $30,000 Pacers Final, which saw Kate Gath outsmart her rivals aboard the Peter Thompson-trained Jubilee Ball in the

News: VIC - Stewards Supplementary Reports ( 44 %)
Stawell 26 January 2016 RACE 6 - TONTINE PACERS SERIES (1ST HEAT) (2175 MS) Michael Stanley, trainer of Soho Tokyo, has reported blood tests taken from the mare subsequent to the event have failed to reveal any obvious abnormalities. Mr Stanley further advised Soho Tokyo appears to

News: Bettors Delight dominating Sires Lists on both sides of the Tasman ( 44 %)
Friday night at Ballarat the Group Three Tontine Series winner Flaming Flutter had given Bettor’s Delight his first Group success for the weekend. Gloucester Standardbreds will offer two colts and five fillies by Bettors Delight at their 2014 WA Yearling Sale which gets under way at 1:00pm on

News: Globe Derby - Saturday night ( 44 %)
Gawler Cup as well as a Maryborough Cup, a Mount Gambier Cup and two wins at Moonee Valley. Placings in the Tontine Final, Ararat Cup, Salisbury Council Cup, Vet Surgeons Cup, Stawell Cup and Terang Cup further highlight his ability. Main rivals on Saturday night include Victorian raider

News: Telf And Duke Aiming For Magic Moment ( 39 %)
, yet still gets the job done when the chips are down. Rising to Group 3 level at Tabcorp Park in the Decron Horse Care Tontine Pacers series final, he will face one of his sternest tests, however his trainer couldn’t ask for more. “He just keeps winning God bless him. He’s drawn into the Group 3 Decron Horse Care Tontine double. Similarly a four-year-old, the son of Monarchy can only improve in Braun’s eyes following his first-up demolition off the 20-metre handicap. “No disrespect to the others but he should be pretty hard to beat I would think, he won pretty

News: Magic from Rivergum Lodge ( 38 %)
type.” The youngster is closely related to a string of smart performers including the Tontine placegetter, On The Cheap ($59,350), I’ll Wait , Giddy Up, Gday Gorgeous and Premier Power . The colt is eligible for the Southern Cross, Vicbred and SA Sales Classic. Rivergum

News: Partytime Whitby maintains his dams 100% producing record ( 38 %)
her 12th race and took her earnings past the $330,000 mark with her win in last Friday night’s Listed Classic Tontine Series at Ballarat.

News: Globe Derby - Saturday night ( 38 %)
time September last year. The Kiwi-bred son of Christian Cullen has won 13 of his 19 starts since landing in Australia early in 2006, including wins in the Country Graduation Final at Globe Derby in March and the Petstock Tontine Final at Ballarat in June.

News: HRV Headlines - 28 May ( 38 %)
. Tontine Finals On Sky Sunday's prestigious Elgas Tontine Series Finals will be broadcast live from Ararat on Sky's pay-TV service. Sky have kindly agreed to broadcast the two time-honoured regional features on both its channels. The $8,000 Elgas Tontine Series Trotters Final will be run at 3.10pm and the $18,000 Pacers Final at 3.45pm. Ararat's eight race feature program will be broadcast in full on Sky's pub and clubs channel from 12.15pm. HRV Appeal Results Leading junior reinsmen Daniel

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