Cranbourne trained pacer Mulgrave was rewarded for his consistency with a come-from-behind victory at Kilmore on Wednesday afternoon. The seven-year-old gelding put the writing on the wall of an impending victory with a last start second at Yarra Glen and ran right up to that form to the delight of hobbyist trainer Matt Martin.
Local hobby trainer Jon Stephens enjoyed his first winner after a long lay-off when six-year-old gelding Fowsands saluted at Geelong on Wednesday night.
Talented seven-year-old pacer Danman appreciated a slight drop in class to post his first win of the new season in the Peter & Emma McCarthy Pace at Yarra Glen on Cup Day.
Cranbourne horsewoman Georgina Coram fulfilled a life-long ambition when Sudden Explosion provided her with her first winner as a trainer at Yarra Glen on Melbourne Cup Day.
Local trainer Terry Howard capped off a remarkable twenty-four hours when his mare Rosanna Raider saluted in the Seelite Windows & Doors Pace at Cranbourne earlier this evening.
Retired school principal turned horse trainer Terry Howard celebrated one of his most satisfying victories since taking out his licence when Rosanna Lindy scored her maiden victory at Melton earlier today.
Cranbourne trainer Simone Walker pocketted some valuable holiday spending money when her trotter Ghent was successful at Warragul earlier today.
Cranbourne trainer Michael Hughes capped off a big couple of days of celebration when five-year-old trotting mare Express Yourself won the opening race at Yarra Valley on Monday afternoon.
Cranbourne trainer Michael Hughes heads to Melton this Friday night hopeful that his freshman pacer Bettor Beau can acquit himself well in the $50,000 Group 2 Vicbred Platinum Classic for three-year-old colts and geldings.
Locally trained mares Kira Jo (pictured) and Elteearr book-ended the Cranbourne Harness Racing Club's latest meeting on Sunday night to provide reinsman Emmett Brosnan with a winning double and driving honours on the night.