Graham: It's hip to be square as trotters rule the world

15 October 2021 | Brittany Graham
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IN the Southern Hemisphere, particularly Australia, the pacing gait in harness racing has long been the dominant force.  

With larger crop numbers, more prizemoney and a perceived larger popularity base for participants and punters alike, pacers have held much of the spotlight.  

The winds of change are sweeping through, however, and the ‘squaregaiting squad’ is growing.  

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