Vic's elite trotting ranks make it time to embrace Eureka moment

15 April 2024 | Adam Hamilton
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Now is the time for Victoria to double down. Trotting, as opposed to pacing, is Victoria’s point of difference and never has the climate been better to really drive that home.

Decades of sustained support, often against strong headwinds of negativity, have been rewarded for trotting in Victoria.

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