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Junior trotters shine at Mullumbimby Show

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The junior trotting had a vocal and supportive crowd at the Mullum Agricultural Show. Photo Jeff ‘giddy up’ Dawson

The smoky conditions during the Sunday of the Mullumbimby Show couldn’t slow down another big day of racing for the junior trotters and spectators.

Over the day there were four races with winners including Zoe Gillies (Supreme Joe), Hannah Anforth (Rocky Rocket), Ella Gillies (Beau Knows) and Holly Chalmers (Mini Emoji).

Driver of the show was Zoe Gillies.

‘The kids always have a fantastic weekend at Mullum’, a spokesperson for the Queensland Junior Harness Racing Association said.


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