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SHEPPARTON RACING NEWS

Shepparton News 10-08-18

Jack and four of a kind

STAR SHEPPARTON REINSMAN STRIKES ON FIRST DAY OF REDWOOD CARNIVAL WITH A QUARTET OF WINS

Goulburn Valley trainers and drivers were well to the fore on the opening day of the alltrotters Redwood Carnival last Friday.

See ya mate: Ian Purdey (left), pictured with Greg Caldwell and John Roberts, will be farewelled by the Kyabram Trotting Club on Sunday after almost 50 years of service with club.

Shepparton horseman Nathan Jack was the star of the day with four winners.

 

Join the race for top food and wine

Join the race for top food and wine

The Shepparton Harness Racing Centre will be filled to the brim with food and wine for all palates this weekend.

Pictures: Megan Fisher

Great brew: Leanne McGorum, from Coffee Mobile, will be on hand to provide the caffeine needs.

The Shepparton Food and Wine Expo will feature 73 different vendors and four special guests as part of Victoria’s Small Business Festival.

An event spokesperson said there would be good representation from local businesses with about 20 vendors coming from Greater Shepparton.

 

The Shepparton Harness Racing Club conducts racing at the Kialla Racing Complex approximately 40 times per year, predominantly at night and is centrally located to the racing and breeding industries. Thirty of these meetings are the club's own events and the remaining ten are meetings hosted for the Wangaratta, Kyabram and Mooroopna Clubs.