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Scotch Notch

Scotch Notch is a horse, the current world record holder for the Trotters One Mile Time Trial set September 3 or 9 March 1985 at Moonee Valley, Victoria, Australia.

Scotch Notch was named “Australian Trotter of the Year” in 1983 and she held the title until 1985. Scotch Notch won a total of $670,755 in prize money, resulting from 133 starts, which included 65 wins and 38 placings.



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