World champion harness racing driver Kerryn Manning has broken the record for the most wins ever following a race win at Terang last week.
Manning drove four-year-old gelding Mr Mojito to victory in the 1680m race to notch up her 3706th win.
The win moves Manning past American Julie Krone to claim the record for most ever wins in the sport.
The milestone could have happened sooner but the 41-year-old was injured earlier in the year and missed around a month of racing due to her injuries.
The Great Western resident began her career as a 16-year-old and recorded her first career win at Ararat, driving Gorgeous Gambit to victory in 1993.
The harness racing champion has a long list of achievements across her 24-year career.
The milestone could have happened sooner but the 41-year-old was injured earlier in the year.
Manning was the first driver to win 300 races in a season and was the youngest driver to win a group one race in the state.
She was the first woman to be inducted into the Harness Racing Victoria Hall of Fame in 2013 and was awarded the organisation’s highest individual honour, the Gordon Rothacker Medal the following year.
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