Trainer Stan Cameron (pictured centre) features in this edition of Integrity Matters Q&A.

How did you get involved in harness racing?

l first got involved in harness racing at the showgrounds in Melbourne in the early 1970s.

Did you have any mentors who assisted you when starting out in harness racing?

Terry Ryan, who trained Chief Glen in Ballarat, was probably my main mentor. He was trustworthy and honest at all times and I still follow his principles.

What has been the greatest advice given to you in relation to harness racing?

Always treat your horses with consideration, whether they win or lose.

What has been your greatest achievement in harness racing?

 Savannah Jay Jay winning a Group 1 last year is my greatest achievement.

Who have been your favourite horses?

I've admired a lot of horses but Paleface Adios and Mount Eden really stand out.

What does integrity mean to you?

I would like to think that integrity will always be a part of harness racing.

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with Nathan Rothwell and Natasha Grzesinski

with Barry Delaney

with Daniel Caruana

with Nick Murray