Cranbourne-based hobby trainer Rick Cashman flew the flag for the locals this afternoon when his horse Danman took out the last race on the card at Yarra Glen, the Robot Building Supplies Pace.
Promising three-year-old pacer Bettor Beau made the most of his return to country class racing with an emphatic win in the Blue Hills Rise Pace at Cranbourne on Sunday night.
Cranbourne trained pacer Reclusive defied an alarming betting drift to score a well-deserved victory in the Eastland Pace at Yarra Glen on Monday afternoon.
Tatura trainer Tony Barresi and his six-year-old trotter Bad Boy Jay Jay were first on course and first home in the Yabby Dam Racing Trot at Cranbourne on Thursday night.
Locally trained juvenile trotter Gatesys Alley looks set to follow in her mum’s footsteps after her maiden victory at Maryborough on Thursday afternoon. The two-year-old filly is the first foal of the handy mare Gatesys Girl and appears to have a bright future on the strength of her all the way win.
Connections of locally trained pacer One Tuff Nut were rewarded for their patience when the gelding scored a gritty win in the Blue Hills Rise Pace at Cranbourne on Tuesday night.
Cranbourne trainer/driver Simone Walker and her five-year-old pacer Reclusive ended the night with a redeeming win for the locals in the Mark Gurry and Associates Pace at the Cranbourne Harness Racing Club’s latest meeting on Saturday night.
Internationally bred trotting mare Naughty made a successful racetrack debut in Australia when she won the Bargain Browser Trot at Ballarat on Thursday night.
On a night honouring past and present members of the racing media fraternity, locally trained pacer Rocks Roy returned to the winner’s circle at Cranbourne on Thursday in the Neil Donnelly Pace.
Local trainer/driver Simone Walker wrote her own little piece of Cranbourne Harness Racing Club history when My Forgotten Hero saluted in the first race at the Warragul Cup meeting on Sunday.