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Sarah Thomas
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Harness racing enthusiast, amateur photographer & blogger, documenting the everyday highs and lows of harness racing in Scotland and the UK.
Harness racing enthusiast, amateur photographer & blogger, documenting the everyday highs and lows of harness racing in Scotland and the UK.

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2017 Season: Week 12 - Corbiewood, Tir Prince & Wolsingham
I feel like this needs to be a bit short and sweet, what with the fact that I've been a bit post-happy this week (with two driver interviews posted - Sean Kane and John Henry Nicholson) and moving house and work etc.  I'm rushing around trying to get this p...

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An interview with...John Henry Nicholson
On 24th June 2016, John Henry Nicholson made history when becoming the youngest ever driver to win the Hurricane Pace Final at Musselburgh.  At 16, he catapulted himself into the spotlight as one of the country's up and coming drivers, and his cool and calc...

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2017 Season: Week 11 - Corbiewood & Binchester
The harness racing train keeps on rolling after an epic weekend in Aberystwyth with meetings at Corbiewood, York, Binchester and Allensmore on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday respectively. Corbiewood's meeting on Thursday featured the third leg of the Oakwood...

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An interview with...Sean Kane
Everybody's favourite feature on the blog is BACK! DRIVER INTERVIEWS!! Slightly different angle with this one, as the gentleman in question is Irish and therefore not technically a driver on my 'patch', so to speak.  Nonetheless, I felt compelled to intervi...

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2017 Season: Week 10 - ABER
Not just Aber, as the title suggests.  Because I can't abide the thought of neglecting to mention good ol' Corbiewood on Thursday night! I'll genuinely keep it brief, mainly because I've already gone to the effort of a report for Harnesslink, which you can ...

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We may be small, but world records will fall!
That goes for women, too. On Saturday 24 th June 2017, one woman didn’t just
break a record; she smashed it. And everyone was cheering her on as she did it. Alexis Laidler is no stranger to the spotlight, and indeed all of the scrutiny that comes with it.  ...
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