Josh Jenkins serves up Harnessed in the build up to ID22 Night 2

28 November 2022
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Josh Jenkins fires up Harnessed to dive into the SENTrack Inter Dominion championships, taking a close look at Saturday night's heats at Ballarat and what's to come tomorrow at Shepparton.

Join JJ to get prepared for another great card of racing and then tune in tomorrow for moving night, when Australasia's best pacers and trotters chase vital ID22 points.

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