SHEPPARTON HARNESS RACING
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Cormican Corporate Box

CORMICAN CORP BOX

The Corporate box is ideal to entertain guests or share a fantastic night of harness racing with your best mates.
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Winning Post Dining Room

WINNING POST DINING

Just metres from the track, patrons can view high quality racing behind the expansive glassed viewing area.
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SHEPPARTON RACING NEWS

Shepparton News 22-1-21

Tale of two cups is unique

THERE’S A LITTLE BIT OF IRONY SURROUNDING THE ONLY HOMETOWN SHEPPARTON CUP WINNERS

  • Shepparton News
  • 22 Jan 2021
  • By Gus Underwood

Glory days: Heath Redwood gives Unique Icon a kiss after winning the 2002 Shepparton Gold Cup.

There is a touch of irony associated with the only two Shepparton trainers to produce a hometown cup winner.

 

Shepparton News 15-01-21

Making pretty good fist of it

THOMSON ENJOYING CONSISTENT SUCCESS AFTER ADDED INJURED FATHER’S HORSES TO HIS BARN

  • Shepparton News
  • 15 Jan 2021
  • By Gus Underwood

Picture: Geoffrey Durn

Fitting name for cup winner: Perfect Stride, co-trained by Anthony Butt and Sonia Smith, claimed a thrilling Jim Phillips Memorial Cobram Cup on Sunday.

Kyabram horseman Brent Thomson has been enjoying his share of success after taking over the training reins from his father Russ nine weeks ago.

Russ suffered multiple rib fractures in a training mishap in early November and Brent was summoned to add his father’s horses to his small team as well as juggling his day job with the State Rivers.

 

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.