Driving towards the future

Pony trots driver William Talent in action at a City Oval Paceway meeting earlier this year.

Pony trots driver William Talent in action at a City Oval Paceway meeting earlier this year.

IT will be on for young and old ­tomorrow at City Oval Paceway.

Along with the scheduled meeting, Mildura Harness Racing Club secretary-manager Mark Kemp said the club was promoting Harness Racing Victoria’s pony trots and the HERO (Harness Education and Re-homing Opportunities) program for horses whose racing days were over.

“The significance of this particular day is we are looking at both ends,” Kemp said.

“We’re addressing the young kids who want to be involved and then we are turning our attention to the horses and providing a ­fulfilling life for them once their racing life is over.”

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