'Teal pants' results in $95,000 +

The vision of 'teal pants' evolved after a discussion held at 38,000 feet between Michael Taranto and Duncan McPherson OAM as a way of aligning the charity they passionately support with the industry they love.  With a handful of ladies in teal pants in 2014, embraced wholeheartedly by Harness Racing Victoria, and led on the track by driver Jodi Quinlan, whose mother has a personal experience with ovarian cancer, the ‘teal pants' story began ...

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