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The APG National Mixed Sale - Entries Closing
Australian Pacing Gold would like to remind all breeders, owners and consignors that we have set a closing date for entries of 5pm on Wednesday, 26 June. APG is of the view a successful NATIONAL MIXED SALE to support consignors and investors/breeders looking to strengthen their breeding operation is...
APG purchase claims Group One
A PAIR of Group Ones and a spell - that's what awaits Australian Pacing Gold purchase Manning. Triumphant in Friday night's Pearl Classic at Gloucester Park, Manning has been aimed at the Westbred Classic by trainer Justin Prentice. The $125,000 feature is scheduled to be conducted at the same...
Australian Pacing Gold freshmen dominate Challenge semis
AS EXPECTED Australian Pacing Gold freshmen dominated tonight's New South Wales Breeders' Challenge semi-finals at Tabcorp Park Menangle. Short-priced favourites in their qualifiers, Be Happy Mach and Jilliby Nitro completed impressive wins to set up an enthralling Final. The $125,000 decider...
The Kiss Of Death
While I will acknowledge its extremely dangerous to go early calling a winner before a race and I certainly don’t wish to put “The Kiss Of Death” on a horse. That said, I can’t wait to see Miss Halfpenny come back to the winners circle today at Menangle. From the very first year...
Destroy A Strong Field
Harness racing fans on hand at Gloucester Park on Tuesday night got to see a very impressive 2Yo named Manning, destroy a strong field over the 2130 metre trip. This young gelding, Sportswriter – Stephanie Rose – Northern Lights ( trained by Justin Prentice and driven by Chris Lewis) looks...
APG National Mixed Sale
APG is of the view a successful national sale to support consignors and investors/breeders looking to bolster their breeding operation is essential for the sport going forward. While we acknowledge the online sale concept is in its infancy, the results over the past two season has been both enlightening...


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