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WALK HARD HEADS STRAIGHT TO HEALESVILLE


Walk Hard striding to the line to win last week’s Warragul Cup.


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Walk Hard won an emotion-charged Warragul Cup last Friday and this Sunday will tackle the unique straight-track in a heat of the Healesville Cup (350m), with trainer Nikki McRae quietly confident of her greyhound

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