LISTEN: Dan and Rob attack the metro card at Melton

24 March 2023
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Dan Mielicki and Rob Auber are back for another instalment of The Saturday Night Harness Preview Show.

The respected broadcasters and great mates have picked apart the weekend’s metropolitan meeting from Melton, which includes the Group 1 Sumthingaboutmaori Trotters Free For All.

Brought to you by Benstud Standardbreds, the 30-minute show will be played on RSN tonight and again tomorrow morning.

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