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  • Rough Diamonds (Part 2)

    Winning money at any form of racing is a tough assignment. Winning at harness racing, it is said, is harder despite the fact that many more favourites win than in horse-racing.

    The problem ...

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  • How Dan does the form - and the call

    In what now seems like another life back in the early 70s, I was one of those young punters who bet on almost anything, from pub pool, darts, football, cards, horse racing, greyhounds and what was ...

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  • 10 Vital Form Ticks!

    Understanding harness racing form can be a tricky task - all those mile rates and class changes.My point is, don't concern yourself too much with the intricacies but concentrate on some plain but ...

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  • Micro-wheel Tornado

    Paul Wishe, 33, has been following harness racing from his schooldays in Melbourne. He now lives in Sydney, runs a business consultancy and bets 'semi-professionally' on Sydney and Melbourne trots ...

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  • Trots Ticks

    I have often wondered why so many punters fail to study harness racing form. I should have realised that it's all due to a lack of education. Not on the punters' side but on the harness racing ...

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  • Cut up Rough

    "You gotta cut up rough if you wanna get square in this game," an old harness racing man once told me. What he meant in his cussy way of speaking was simple: Get rid of the no-hopers in a race – and ...

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  • Back-up Boomer

    The more research that you can do into a particular factor of horse racing usually means that somewhere along the line you will discover a breakthrough.For example, let's say you are looking at ...

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  • Demon Drivers (Part 2)

    Trots fans, especially those who bet big on the pacers and trotters, will testify that a good driver is worth a great deal in a tight finish, or in a race where tactics play a key role.Many and varied ...

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  • Sizzling Sulkies (Part 1)

    No analysis of harness-racing could begin without a close look at the impact of the barrier draw. There are two aspects of harness-racing which are crucial - one is the draw, the other is the start ...

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  • Danger Signals

    Recently, a friend rang me up declaring he had a special at the Bankstown (NSW) harness racing meeting that night. The horse, he told me excitedly, had excellent form, had drawn barrier one and was ...

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