Tasmanian Harness Highlights Podcast – 19 August

19 August 2022 | Duncan Dornauf for Tasracing
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A busy episode of the Harness Highlights podcast starts with Duncan Dornauf taking a look at last Tuesday’s postponed Hobart meeting where Duncan labelled Shaun to the Max an eye catcher for new trainer Juanita McKenzie.

In racing news the dates for the King Island season have been set, however a shortage of horses may see the cancellation of the season.

Looking ahead to the weekend of racing in Launceston and Hobart, Duncan has a chat to trainer Steve Lukac who was a quaddie killer for most in Hobart last Tuesday with Boulder City. Lukac also provides an update on Heres Henry who is likely to start a short price in the opening race on Sunday evening.

Listen to episode 58 of the Harness Highlights podcast here.

 

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