harness racing

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harness racing:

see horse racinghorse racing,
trials of speed involving two or more horses. It includes races among harnessed horses with one of two particular gaits, among saddled Thoroughbreds (or, less frequently, quarterhorses) on a flat track, or among saddled horses over a turf course with obstacles to
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Professional harness racing drivers will team up with two lucky racegoers in a 1600 metre race around the track.
Harness racing is a popular sport in Wales and has been extremely popular in Ceredigion for centuries.
This will be the first time harness racing has come to a racecourse in the North East and hopefully it will be a success and we can put some more on.
We'd like to put on more racing but land owners are reluctant to rent their fields for harness racing - that's part of the problem and we're trying to rescue it.
The Herefordshire-born enthusiast said she got her "life back" following the car accident thanks to harness racing.
The first harness racing tracks were opened in the mid 1800s, but harness racing events could be found as early as 1825 at county fairs all around the country.
Mr McDaid is urging anyone who witnesses roadside harness racing to contact the authorities immediately.
Now a prostate cancer survivor, he continues, at age 71, to be an active harness racing trainer and driver.
The one-half mile track has been the scene of many historic harness horse races and has been the site for the Cane Pace and the Yonkers Trot, two of the major stakes events in harness racing.
Since 2014, the Labor Government has contributed more than $487,000 to support four infrastructure projects and one harness racing event at Charlton Park.
Mark Flanagan, chairman of the IHRA, said: "Having previously held two highly successful harness racing meetings in 2008 at Dundalk we are delighted to return to this state-of-the-art venue to showcase our sport.
The late Billy Williams had become interested in harness racing in the 1950s while working at Pontins, Prestatyn where there was a track.