Amazing Shepparton community celebrated on TrotsVision

29 November 2022
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Shepparton's outstanding harness racing community has been celebrated as part of tonight's coverage of Night 2 of the SENTrack Inter Dominion, heralding the amazing response of the local club and associated participants.

Floodwaters inundated the area last month and the clean up and challenges continue.

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