Kidz Kartz videos

10 November 2020

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23 September 2020

Kidz Kartz Trial

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Book
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Hcap
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Allonblack
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F J Phelan

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Peter Forsberg
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6/7
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J S Darby

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5
Highview Justice
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23 September 2020

Kidz Kartz Race Results

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Margin
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Allonblack
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F J Phelan
Andre Poutama

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Peter Forsberg
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6/7
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J S Darby
Jay Abernethy

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Highview Justice
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7/8
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21 July 2020

Maurice McKendry – “I’ve got my Gold Card”

With all the attention on racing’s return post COVID-19 and Ricky May’s return to driving after his near death experience, another recent milestone concerning another legendary driver Maurice McKendry has been largely overlooked.  

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10 July 2020

Maurice McKendry – “I’ve got my Gold Card”

With all the attention on racing’s return post COVID-19 and Ricky May’s return to driving after his near death experience, another recent milestone concerning another legendary driver Maurice McKendry has been largely overlooked.  

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10 July 2020

Stevie Golding - “It’ll be like riding a bike”

Former champion junior driver Stevie Golding is making a comeback of sorts

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10 July 2020

All Stars team set for re-start

The all powerful All Stars stables are about to have their first starters on raceday since the Covid-19 lockdown.

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10 July 2020

All Stars team set for re-start

The all powerful All Stars stables are about to have their first starters on raceday

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10 July 2020

Major re-jig announced for annual awards

Harness racing’s annual awards will be held this year, but it will not be like previous events.

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10 July 2020

Mark Heaton - An amateur and proud of it

A glazier by trade, a forklift driver by profession, and a harness racing trainer by choice Mark Heaton’s about as grassroots as it gets.

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26 May 2020

21 races confirmed for Addington

Harness racing is set to resume with a bang at Addington Raceway this week with nine races on Thursday, followed by 12 more on Friday.

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21 August 2019

MiStable’s special offer for Kiwi harness trainers

n the age of technology, communication with owners has just become a whole lot easier for trainers in our industry.  

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18 April 2019

Club News 18 April

This week's latest club news.  

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18 April 2019

Dunn reunites with Bettor Joy

When Dexter Dunn left New Zealand to try his driving luck stateside, he didn’t necessarily think he’d be seeing an old flame.

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18 April 2019

Close contest in Country Cup final

This weekend’s Easter Hawera meeting will see an intriguing point’s battle in the final stages of the North Island Country Cup series.

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16 April 2019

Harness Half Hour 16 April

This week's podcast features Robbie Close, Adrienne Matthews and Peter Lagan.  

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16 April 2019

Ignatius NZ-bound

IF you’re a fan of the NZ Cup, then make sure you tune in a race at Penrith in suburban Sydney on Thursday night.

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15 April 2019

Deserved Rangiora Classic win for A G's White Socks

Relief was the overwhelming emotion driver Ricky May felt after A G’s White Socks ended his season with a swooping win in the Rangiora Classic on Sunday.

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15 April 2019

Studs partner up to buy Ultimate Machete

Recently-retired pacer Ultimate Machete has been purchased for stallion duties in a partnership deal between two New Zealand stud farms.

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15 April 2019

Aussie News - 15th April

VETERAN trotter Monty Python is heading home.

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15 April 2019

Licence Renewals to be completed online this year

HRNZ launched online licence renewals two years ago.

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14 April 2019

Rangiora Classic win would be fitting for White Socks

The Airpark Canterbury Rangiora Classic on Sunday promises to be an intriguing tactical battle with the preferential draw meaning it could go one of several ways.

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14 April 2019

Lemond downs Massive Metro in epic battle

Don’t forget about Lemond.

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14 April 2019

Barclay-Ellis trifecta continues brilliant month

The good times continued to roll for trainers Kirstin Barclay and Paul Ellis at Winton on Saturday when they scored their first race trifecta.

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12 April 2019

The best he has driven

It was only a four-horse workout on a quiet Pukekohe morning but it confirmed what astute reinsman Todd Mitchell had been thinking for a while.

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12 April 2019

Kerr rolls out crack squad this weekend

Mitchell Kerr’s team has been getting on a bit of a roll just lately and the stable looks to be in for another very good weekend.

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12 April 2019

Gray wins after ten years away

Canterbury reinsman Joseph Gray returned to the winner’s circle for the first time in over a decade when driving Dreamy Damien to victory at Addington on Friday.

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12 April 2019

Cloud over Tact Maggie's starting manners

Tact Maggie will solve a mystery when the tapes fly to start the Winton Businesses Cup on Saturday.

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11 April 2019

Monbet stalls but Marcoola still on track

The Rowe Cup dreams of one of trotting’s Big Three lives on as anothers start to fade during a tumultuous week for the open class crop.

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11 April 2019

Telfer the traveller

KIWI trainer Steve Telfer’s Victoria raid is building serious momentum.

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11 April 2019

Justin Evans previews Manawatu

Trackside radio preview today's harness meeting from Palmerston North with commentator Justin Evans

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11 April 2019

Club of the Month - Timaru HRC

Harness Racing New Zealand is thrilled to announce a new monthly feature, Club of the Month.

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11 April 2019

Two months is a long time in the racing game

A couple of months can be a long time in harness racing and that is certainly evident in the case of Lincoln Moment. . .

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11 April 2019

The Shark: Best at Manawatu on Thursday

The Shark goes in search of winners on the second day of harness racing action for the week from Manawatu Raceway in Palmerston North.

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10 April 2019

Hanging in the balance

Temporale’s chances of chasing a second Rowe Cup hang in the balance.

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10 April 2019

More Aussie Jewels Contenders Emerge

AUSTRALIA’S raid on the Harness Jewels looks stronger if not more confusing after the weekend.

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10 April 2019

Industry Update

Peter Earley from Trackside Radio, has his weekly catch-up with HRNZ Chief Executive Peter Jensen.

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10 April 2019

Club News 10 April

This week's club news and TAB news

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10 April 2019

Harness Half Hour 9 April

This week's guests are Tom Kilkelly, Derek Balle, Justin Evans and John Earl.  

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9 April 2019

Possibilities wide open for Speeding Spur

Despite being in the twilight of his career, Speeding Spur's future possibilities have been left wide open.

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9 April 2019

Butt sets sights on Jewels

TIM Butt wants to be part of the Harness Jewels.

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8 April 2019

A memorable day for Close

His first training winner was memorable on more than one level for Robbie Close at Rangiora on Sunday.

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8 April 2019

Southern Harness Newsletter

Welcome to our latest newsletter

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8 April 2019

Luck’s a fortune for Stormont

The maiden win of Peakz Luck at Alexandra Park on Friday continued a quite remarkable breeding run for her dam.

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6 April 2019

Davey Mac previews Invercargill

Davey Mac previews today's meeting from Invercargill with Pete Earley

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6 April 2019

Lotamuscle downed hot favourite in the Trotting Derby

Popular Canterbury reinsman Bob Butt scored the first New Zealand Group 1 win of his career when Lotamuscle downed hot favourite

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6 April 2019

Turn It Up digs deep to win Easter Cup

The equine freak show rolled on at Addington on Friday night when Turn It Up willed his way to winning the Easter Cup.

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5 April 2019

Ellie Barron has a book of 9 drives at Invercargill

A combination of local loyalty and patience through a lean patch has put Southland junior driver Ellie Barron in good stead.

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5 April 2019

All bad for Ultimate Sniper's opposition

The star three-year-old’s last trip to Addington saw him gallop wildly out of contention in the Flying Stakes a month ago.

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5 April 2019

Spankem the one to beat

The most important factor Spankem has on his side going into tonight’s $100,000 Easter Cup is the one thing you can’t see.

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5 April 2019

Two former Kiwis chasing Jewels berths

Just who is in the mix for an Aussie invite for the Jewels?

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5 April 2019

Clifden Clowers turning back the clock

When a horse is 10-year- old and has raced over 150 times, it is supposed to be getting a bit tired and slowing down.

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4 April 2019

Club News 3 April

This week's TAB and Club News 

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4 April 2019

Knight has good mail on Forbury trio

Roxburgh trainers Geoff and Jude Knight have already delivered this week, now it is their stable’s turn.

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4 April 2019

The Tin Soldiers Battle

The Tin Soldier's journey from being sacked by his trainer Brad Mowbray multiple times, to starting in last weekend’s Mt Hutt Cup is one of loyalty and perseverance.

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3 April 2019

Marcoola faces massive task

Clint Ford is well aware of the massive task ahead of Marcoola in Friday night’s New Zealand Trotting Championship.

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3 April 2019

Won't remain unknown for long

Champion trotting trainer Phil Williamson is looking forward to taking a horse you have never heard of to the races at Addington tonight just as much as his stable star.

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3 April 2019

Plenty of fitting factors

There were plenty of fitting factors in the victory of Glen Elgin Thomson at Methven on Sunday, but none more so than the lady who owned the second ever New Zealand winner to be sired by Highview Tommy.

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3 April 2019

Tim Williams to drive Spankem

The drive on a last-start Miracle Mile winner doesn’t get given away very often so Tim Williams knows he is a lucky man.

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2 April 2019

Harness Half Hour 2 April

This week's show features Graeme Harris, Sarah O'Reilly, Adam Hamilton, Keryn McElroy and Richard Wilson.

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2 April 2019

IRT Harness Jewels – Entry is by Gold Coin Donation

Addington Raceway & Events Centre wish to announce this year the entry fee to the IRT Harness Jewels on Saturday 1 June will be by gold coin donation to assist with raising money for our chosen charity St John.

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2 April 2019

Another bump in the road for Monbet

Monbet’s road back to the top of New Zealand trotting just took another detour.

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1 April 2019

Ownership Profile - Argus

Waiuku Harness racing owners and breeders Janet and Peter Argus have an addiction.

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1 April 2019

Aussie News - Bathurst Wrap

The next couple of days will decide whether Australia’s best three-year-old heads to the Harness Jewels.

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1 April 2019

Sarabi restores faith

Tim Hall found himself getting rather frustrated with his maiden mare Sarabi, but a win at Manawatu on Wednesday has restored his faith somewhat.

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1 April 2019

Aussie News - 1st April

FORMER Kiwi Buster Brady confirmed his tag as Victoria’s Country Cups “King” with a spellbinding win in the $60,000 Group 2 Horsham Cup.

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1 April 2019

Too good to refuse

A tempting offer from American interests was too good to refuse for the connections of unbeaten Canterbury filly, Dixie Star.

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1 April 2019

Bennett and BJ aren't going anywhere

Rangiora’s Dennis Bennett is trying his best to retire but BJ Lindenny is going to be keeping him busy for a while.

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31 March 2019

Henry Hubert takes out star-studded Superstars

Henry Hubert added another weapon to his already impressive arsenal when winning a highly exciting running of the Superstars Championship at Addington on Friday night.

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31 March 2019

Patience key to Ascot Park wins

Patience paid off when Love The Blues broke his maiden at Ascot Park on Saturday.

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29 March 2019

Michael Purdon has another good one in One Guz Hall

The training career of Michael Purdon got off to a great start with Major Trojan and now he’s set to make another good impression with juvenile trotter One Guz Hall.

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29 March 2019

Obituary - Owen Crooks

Owen Crooks was a passionate horseman and entrepreneur from an early age.

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29 March 2019

Big guns facing dreadful draws

Two of the biggest names in New Zealand harness racing face dreadful draws in the open class races at Addington tonight and that should be enough to steer punters toward their rivals.

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29 March 2019

Jewels alert at Bathurst

HARNESS Racing NZ’s Jewels recruiter Darrin Williams is a busy man.

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28 March 2019

Major Sass has Forbury fillies’ heat at her mercy

Canterbury filly Major Sass can firm up her spot in the Nevele R Fillies Final in one of the final heats at Forbury Park on Thursday night.

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27 March 2019

Club News 27 March

This week's club news 

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27 March 2019

Wairio Trotting Club Ladies Mile Day Profile

Each year on Ladies Mile Day the Wairio Trotting Club selects a lady to profile who has made a valuable contribution to harness racing and this year that lady is Southern Harness Racing’s Office Manager, Nichola Hikawai.

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27 March 2019

Turn It Up resumes

A workout today will determine whether Auckland Cup winner Turn It Up has a radical shot at the Easter Cup

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27 March 2019

Airpark Flyer to miss final

The competition leader won’t be there, so the door is slightly ajar for someone to sneak in at the 11th hour and claim the Canterbury Country Cup championship from Airpark Flyer at Methven on Sunday

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27 March 2019

Strong interest in the Jewels

AUSTRALIA’S version of the All Stars barn is setting its sights on the Harness Jewels for the first time.

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26 March 2019

Former rogue mare bows out with win

Masies Pride completed her journey from cart-wrecker to race winner at Wingatui on Monday.

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25 March 2019

Aussie News 25 March

A Kiwi raid now looks very likely for Andy Gath’s latest exciting former NZ trotter McLovin.

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25 March 2019

First win for Newman

The three-hour drive home from Waimate to Cust probably only felt like three minutes for 19-year-old Korbyn Newman on Sunday afternoon.

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25 March 2019

Kilkelly finds dream horse

A sensational mile victory by U May Cullect was enough to convince long-time Southland owner Tom Kilkelly he has found his best horse yet.

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23 March 2019

National records under threat at Winton

The rare opportunity to race from a standing start over one mile (1609m) puts national records under threat at Winton on Saturday.

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23 March 2019

Dobson back in the limelight with double

Prolific owner Ian Dobson hasn’t had much to cheer about since the days of Christian Cullen and Mainland Banner but he has some interesting months coming up with Muscle Mountain and Cullenburn.

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23 March 2019

A night to remember for Donnelly

It was a night to remember for local horsewoman Arna Donnelly at Cambridge on Thursday, her familiar blue and white colours in the winner’s circle four times.

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23 March 2019

Situation now desperate for Aorangi at Waimate

Aorangi is proving an incredibly frustrating horse and it’s fair to say the situation has become desperate heading into Sunday’s meeting at Waimate.

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22 March 2019

Nandolo amongst the winning chances

Nandolo is among the many winning chances in what promises to be the race of the night at Addington's premier meeting on Friday.

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22 March 2019

Jewels interest in Bathurst

HARNESS Jewels organizers will have one eye on Bathurst this weekend.

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22 March 2019

Ellie Barron wins Flair Award for Team Teal

Flair South Island have received all of the nominations for the Contribution to Team Teal Award and have decided on a winner.  

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22 March 2019

Golding’s training career to start at Winton

Stunin Magic will need to find the right piece of real estate if she is to win her debut at Winton on Saturday for trainer Stevie Golding.

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21 March 2019

Industry Update with Darrin Williams

Darrin Williams speaks to Trackside's Peter Earley.  

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21 March 2019

Soho strikes again

Harness racing has some great families, but exciting juvenile Soho Hamilton certainly comes from one of the best.

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21 March 2019

Oaks winner to resume

He’s resigned himself to the fact that he probably can’t win unless something remarkable happens, but that’s not stopping Andrew Stuart from getting a little excited about having one of his star prospects back on the track this week at...

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21 March 2019

Comeback delayed

Marcoola’s comeback has be delayed as Clint Ford just couldn’t ask his old mate to start off a massive handicap at Addington this week.

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21 March 2019

Club News 20 March

This week's club news 

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21 March 2019

Harness Half Hour 19 March

Harness Half Hour for 20 March, features Syd Breen, Dan Lynch, Rowena Mackintosh and Courtney Clarke.  

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19 March 2019

Career in doubt

The future of one of New Zealand’s most talented young trotters is in doubt.

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19 March 2019

Gath's Kiwi plan

A WORKOUT the Auckland-way of going is all that stands between former Kiwi trotter McLovin and an Anzac/Rowe Cup raid.

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19 March 2019

Utmost Delight retired

Brilliant race mare Utmost Delight has been forced in to early retirement after suffering an injury.

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18 March 2019

Gift horse gives Bryers first driving win in 26 plus years

Blenheim’s Merv Bryers has driven a few winners over the years.

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17 March 2019

Career highlight for Breen

Sagwitch helped continue trainer Syd Breen’s brilliant season and booked himself a trip to Alexandra Park when winning the Wyndham Cup on Saturday.

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16 March 2019

Aussie News - 18th March

A LIFE ban and possible criminal charges await a lunatic who threw his shoe at the field in the feature race at Gloucester Park last Friday night.

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16 March 2019

Double for Chilcott

Cambridge horsewoman Nicky Chilcott saw in Alexandra Park’s new stakes hikes in the best possible fashion on Friday night, training a pair of $20,000 race winners.

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16 March 2019

Booty shakes punters again

Sheikh Yabooty shook punters for the second time in three starts when winning at long odds at Manawatu Raceway on Thursday.

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16 March 2019

Club president seeks home town success

A busy day could turn into a really exciting day if Social Club is able to win the Kindergarten Stakes at Wyndham on Saturday for trainer Russell Ferguson.

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15 March 2019

Telfer in favour of stakes increases at 'The Park'

Trainer Steve Telfer says the Alexandra Park stakes increases have him ready to unleash a big team for the remainder of the season but don’t be fooled into backing the one with the most senior driver.

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14 March 2019

Aussies set sights on Jewels

IT’S that time of year again.

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14 March 2019

A big battle

Miracle Mile hero Spankem is set to race on this season setting up a big-three battle for harness racing’s Horse of the Year honour.

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14 March 2019

Purdon couldn't be more impressed

He’s spent more time away from home than he has at it in recent months, but Mark Purdon couldn’t turn down the opportunity to get behind one of his most exciting prospects on a fleeting return last week.

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13 March 2019

Big roll out for Benny Hill

He’s got his biggest racing team in a long time this weekend, but winning won’t not be everything for trainer Brendon Hill.

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11 March 2019

A fitting finish

Harness Racing New Zealand’s teal campaign to support ovarian cancer research was wrapped in fitting circumstances at Reefton on Sunday when ambassador Samantha Ottley saluted while donning her teal silks and driving pants.

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10 March 2019

Big goals ahead for Majestic Man

Majestic Man displayed a dynamic new dimension and possibly booked a passage to the Rowe Cup in Auckland when grabbing a half-head victory in the Group 3 Southern Lights Trot

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10 March 2019

Henry Hubert too good in Northern Southland Cup

The wayward tendencies of Henry Hubert reared their head again in the Group 3 Northern Southland Cup at Ascot Park on Saturday

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10 March 2019

Australian News

GAVIN Lang’s return to training a couple of years back has been a fantastic success story.

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10 March 2019

Jack Hammers them in the Gr.1 Australian Trotting Champs

AUSTRALIA has a new trotting force, and trainer David Aiken predicted it would happen six months ago.

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9 March 2019

A surreal time for the Kennards

They say a week is a long time in racing and Christchurch owners Phil and Glenys Kennard have well and truly given weight to that over the past seven days.

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9 March 2019

All Stars pair take 2YO classics

The juvenile machine that is the All Stars stable of Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen continued on in force at Alexandra Park on Friday night, taking out both feature two-year-old classics.

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9 March 2019

The Kaik and Kimberly Butt win all-ladies race

The Kaik and Kimberly Butt combined for an easy win in the Jennian Homes ‘Team Teal’ Lady Drivers Challenge at the Westport meeting on Friday

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8 March 2019

Swain ends tough day with a win at Forbury

A tough day finished on the best possible note for Invercargill trainer Aaron Swain, at Forbury Park on Thursday night.

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8 March 2019

Linton Shard underlines Anderson’s promise as a trainer

Linton Shard has been in super form since joining Matt Anderson at Woodend Beach and he looks a major player in the Margo Nyhan/Peter Davis Kawatiri Cup at Westport on Friday.

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8 March 2019

The boss is back in town

The boss is back and that usually only means one thing: you can confidently take the short odds for Ultimate Sniper in tonight’s $250,000 Woodlands Derby at Alexandra Park.

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8 March 2019

Williamson honoured to represent New Zealand

Matty Williamson has a special personal reason to be thrilled about winning the right to represent New Zealand at the World Drivers Championships in Sweden in May.

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8 March 2019

McLovin to return home

THERE might not be a Kiwi-trained runner in Saturday night’s $100,000 Group 1 Australian Trotting Grand Prix, but NZ fans have some crucial reasons to watch it closely.

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7 March 2019

Lawson faces 18-month suspension

South Auckland harness racing driver Simon Lawson faces a near 18-month suspension from the sulky after admitting betting on other horses in two races he drove in.

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6 March 2019

Chilcott heads to the West Coast for Team Teal

There is nowhere Nicky Chilcott would rather be than the West Coast this weekend.

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6 March 2019

Morrison not getting ahead of himself

He’ll admit to taking a cautious glance at it every now and then, but don’t think you can lead John Morrison into a debate about his chances of winning the junior drivers’ premiership this season just yet.

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5 March 2019

Survey to study women in racing

The survey will examine if the sport of racing is engaging and involving women effectively and whether improvements can be made to make a real difference.

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5 March 2019

Spellbound magic started with beach chat

The sight of Spellbound’s masses of owners reveling in her success can be linked back to a casual conversation after track-work at Woodend Beach.

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4 March 2019

Alex Park Update

Huge stakes increases programmed for Alexandra Park will go ahead even after delays with one of the apartment blocks being built at the track.

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4 March 2019

All worth while

Nights like this make it all worthwhile for Mark Purdon.

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4 March 2019

Spankem wins Miracle Mile

New Zealand pacer Spankem completed his ascension to the top of Australasia’s pacing ranks with a polished front-running win in the A$1 Million Miracle Mile in Sydney on Saturday night.

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4 March 2019

A silver lining

There is a silver lining to Tiger Tara’s season-ending defeat in Saturday night’s $1million Ainsworth Miracle Mile.

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4 March 2019

Dream About Me retired

The curtain came down on Dream About Me’s glittering race career in the best possible fashion at Menangle on Saturday night.

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4 March 2019

More than a touch of teal at the trots

The Northern Southland Trotting Club is well underway with preparations for their March race meeting which will also be the final meeting in the Southern Harness region as part of the Teal Pants Campaign which raises money for the fight...

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2 March 2019

Miracle Mile Preview

Thefixer may look one of the most unlikely horses to complete pacing’s greatest double.

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2 March 2019

Best Western gets the Northern Oaks

Two of the game’s quiet achievers recorded their first Group 1 winners when Best Western took out the $125,000 Northern Oaks at Alexandra Park on Friday night.

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2 March 2019

A good impression

Spellbound will be a short-priced favourite for the time-honoured G3 Downbytheseaside Leonard Memorial Stakes for juvenile fillies at Addington on Sunday.

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2 March 2019

A memorable win for McMullan

She’s So Cool produced a memorable win for trainer Simon McMullan at Addington on Friday night.

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2 March 2019

Huntaway thriving

Impressive debutante winner Huntaway has thrived ahead of Sunday’s graduation final at Ascot Park.

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1 March 2019

Ownership Profile - Graeme Harris

When Graeme Harris was waiting tables at Alexandra Park as a 16-year-old, never in his wildest dreams would he have believed he would one day be the owner of a Cup winner.

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28 February 2019

Alford better for the experience

The most successful reinsman in Australian history thinks he might be better for the experience of driving at Menangle last Saturday night.

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28 February 2019

Ricky May talks Oaks and Monbet

The two most important drives of Ricky May’s weekend could hardly be more different.

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28 February 2019

Terror To Love on the board as a sire

Three-time New Zealand Cup winner Terror To Love is on the board as a sire.

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27 February 2019

Harrington's favourite girls back on track

Two of Jack Harrington’s favourite girls are on their way back to the track, but don’t expect to see them out toughing it with the big guns this season.

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27 February 2019

An unusual problem

The defending champion may have an unusual problem in Saturday’s A$1million Ainsworth Miracle Mile.

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26 February 2019

Two decades of patience paying off for Dickie

It’s been a long and unpredictable two decades for John Dickie and the Catherine The Great family, but the light is finally at the end of the tunnel.

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26 February 2019

Trackside and TAB Update

New Zealand punters are set to have more options as to how they watch their racing which could start as soon as next week

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23 February 2019

An incredible journey for Delightful Major

Delightful Major got one stop closer to completing an incredible journey from death’s door to the New Zealand Derby with a big win at Addington on Friday night.

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23 February 2019

Jail free card for My Field Marshal

The Miracle Mile’s forgotten Kiwi hero could be carrying a get out of jail free card at Menangle tonight.

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23 February 2019

Phelan enjoying success

When he got together with a new partner a couple of years ago, Scott Phelan probably didn’t realise the flow on effect it would have for his training career.

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22 February 2019

Club News - 21 February

Catch up on club news, and what is upcoming in your region.

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22 February 2019

Southland and Aussie headline stunning sale

Australian buyers and Southland breeders led an incredible day of selling at the national yearling sales in Christchurch on Wednesday by producing the $170,000 equal top lots.

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22 February 2019

Massive Metro up with the best

Top trots trainer Michelle Wallis is adamant her stable star Massive Metro has caught up to the best trotters in the north.

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22 February 2019

Notifiable gear change

Trainers should be aware of changes to the Notifiable Gear Rules and Regulations which have recently been made.

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22 February 2019

New syndicate of sports stars formed

A bunch of high-profile New Zealand sportsmen, including numerous All Blacks and a Black Cap are among the shareholders in a newly-formed syndicate.

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21 February 2019

Team Teal Special

On this week's episode we focus on Team Teal. Guests include Duncan McPherson, Karen Livingstone and former Black Fern Melodie Robinson.

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21 February 2019

Sales wrap

The yearling sales momentum that simply couldn’t continue did just that in Christchurch yesterday and cemented a stellar first week in the harness industry for New Zealand Bloodstock.

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20 February 2019

HRNZ phone operating hours

HRNZ phone operating hours is now available between 8. 00am - 5. 00pm, Monday - Friday.

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20 February 2019

Top lot at Trotting Sale to Hopes

Trainer Greg Hope topped the New Zealand Trotting Sale when he could not resist the chance to purchase a yearling that he described as the spitting image of Monbet.

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19 February 2019

New Zealand pacers miss out

Three of New Zealand’s best pacers will miss their biggest targets of the season after shock errors ruled them out of Menangle features over the next fortnight.

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19 February 2019

First day of sales a success

Harness racing’s yearling sales got the turbo boost they needed with a dramatic first entry into the industry by New Zealand Bloodstock at Karaka yesterday.

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19 February 2019

Top lot sold for $190,000

 The first incarnation of New Zealand Bloodstock’s National Standardbred Yearling Sale got underway at Karaka on Monday and it was very much a blend of the past, present and future.

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19 February 2019

Tiger's terrific draw

JUST how quick out Tiger Tara really is will be answered an Menangle on Saturday night.

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19 February 2019

New Zealand pacers miss out

Three of New Zealand’s best pacers will miss their biggest targets of the season after shock errors ruled them out of Menangle features over the next fortnight.

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19 February 2019

One Over Da Stars gets it right

Breeder-owners Lex and Heather Williams had one less thing to worry about when One Over Da Stars won at Oamaru on Saturday.

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19 February 2019

Pizzuto sets three for Miracle Mile

AUSTRALASIA’S champion pacer Tiger Tara will headline a trio of Miracle Mile hopefuls Kevin Pizzuto will run at Menangle next Saturday night.

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18 February 2019

Lagan talks sales

There is a distinct air of optimism heading into New Zealand Bloodstock’s inaugural National Yearling Sales starting this weekend in Auckland.

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18 February 2019

NZBS host their first sales today

New Zealand Bloodstock look to be getting into the standardbred business at the right time.

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18 February 2019

Aussie News - 18th February

INTER Dominion winner Tornado Valley is primed for a racetrack return next Saturday.

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18 February 2019

Taking them on could help

Champion Australian reinsman Chris Alford says taking on the most feared horse in harness racing could actually help Poster Boy win the A$1million Miracle Mile.

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16 February 2019

Lady Cherokee remains unbeaten

Lady Cherokee justified her trainer’s hunch with another tough win, at Alexandra Park on Friday night.

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16 February 2019

Dream About Me Cements Queen Status

Dream About Me further cemented her status as the queen of New Zealand harness racing with a crushing win in the Group 1 New Zealand Standardbred Breeders Stakes at Addington on Friday night.

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16 February 2019

Boyd needs luck

Canterbury trainer Stephen Boyd has had luck with his draws at Winton on Sunday, now his chances just need luck on the track.

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16 February 2019

Auckland's eyes on Menangle

NEVER has a string of Sydney features races carried so much importance in New Zealand.

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15 February 2019

Foal Watch Episode Three - The Service

Ohoka Moon is ready to be served, but did she get in foal?

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15 February 2019

Can bounce back

A testing workout on Wednesday morning has convinced co-trainer Natalie Rasmussen her glamour mares can bounce back in the $100,000 NZ Breeders Stakes at Addington tonight.

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15 February 2019

Great Things Happen injured

Gavin Smith is remaining upbeat about his top trotter Great Things Happen, despite season-ending leg injuries in the horse being discovered early this week.

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14 February 2019

Industry Update

Trackside Radio host Peter Earley chats to HRNZ new Chief Executive Peter Jensen

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14 February 2019

Marshal on target for Mile

A FRESHENED-UP My Field Marshal looks right on target for his Miracle Mile title defence.

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13 February 2019

House enters record books

Michael House entered the record books with seven training wins at Manawatu on Tuesday afternoon.

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12 February 2019

May and Tomlinson Award Finalists

Harness Racing New Zealand is thrilled to announce that two of our industry participants have made the finals for this year’s Norwood Rural Games Awards.

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12 February 2019

Harness Half Hour - 12 February

This week's Harness Half Hour features Richard Cole of IRT regarding the IRT Harness Jewels; Richard Stevens of Southland who had 14 years between driving wins; Steve Hollander of the Rural Games has some big news for harness fans.

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12 February 2019

Chase Auckland draws well

Drawing the ace means hopes are high ahead of Chase Auckland’s Chariots Of Fire tilt at Menangle on Saturday night.

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11 February 2019

Nyhan and Davis thankful

It’s just as well Margo Nyhan couldn’t see the expression on the face of the first person on the scene of her accident last week.

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11 February 2019

Aussie News - 11th February

RECENT Kiwi import Sicario made the most of a dream trip and lovely Gavin Lang drive to win the $60,000 Group 2 SA Pacing Cup (2645m) for his new owners last night.

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11 February 2019

All Stars trio qualify for Chariots

EVEN without Spankem, the powerhouse All Stars stable has qualified three runners for Australia’s biggest four-year-old feature.

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11 February 2019

Big day out at Methven for Morrison

The burgeoning career of young horseman John Morrison was on full display at the Hororata meeting in Methven on Sunday.

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11 February 2019

Will only get better

Ashburton pacer Burlington will only get better after his emphatic debut win at Gore on Saturday.

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9 February 2019

He's back

Graeme Rogerson is once again flexing his buying muscles in the harness game and has plans to expand sharply.

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9 February 2019

A rising star

Vintage Cheddar looks set to cement his status as one of southern harness racing’s rising stars in Saturday’s Gore Grass track Cup.

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8 February 2019

Punters should be careful

 A Pukekohe workout last Saturday suggests punters should be careful supporting Belle Of Montana too enthusiastically in her return to racing at Alexandra Park tonight.

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8 February 2019

Ultimate Sniper staying home

SUCH is the aura around Ultimate Sniper, you could hear the sigh of relief when Mark Purdon said his Sydney trip was off.

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7 February 2019

$700 broodmare turns into rather handy racehorse

Saturday’s Orari winner Queen Of Glory was run through the 2017 mixed bloodstock sale in Christchurch as a broodmare.

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7 February 2019

Update on Davis & Nyhan

Canterbury horse trainers Margo Nyhan and Peter Davis are in hospital with broken bones after being involved in a high-speed collision on Wednesday morning

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7 February 2019

Amberley review

Robert and John Dunn had a good day at the Amberley Trotting Club’s meeting at Rangiora, winning three races, including the day’s feature.

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5 February 2019

Owner Liaison Role for Clubs

Following the presentation to clubs at annual conference, HRNZ would like to present the next initiative to support both clubs and owners.

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4 February 2019

It's Tiger Time - Again!

THIS was supposed to be the gap year in open-class after so many big names left the scene, but Tiger Tara changed all that.

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4 February 2019

Laz vs the Tiger

In Melbourne.— There was one question on everybody’s lips after Tiger Tara destroyed his rivals in the A$500,000 Hunter Cup at Melton.

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4 February 2019

Aussie News - 4th Feb

TIGER Tara’s stunning Hunter Cup win wasn’t Kevin Pizzuto’s only major win last night,

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4 February 2019

Otaki Cup win for Alta Leonie

He may not have been able to drive her, but Kyle Marshall was still thrilled with Alta Leonie’s Otaki Cup win on Sunday.

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2 February 2019

Industry Areas at Sales

The two chapters of the New Zealand Bloodstock Standardbred Yearling Sales will see Industry areas available for all members of the industry to utilize.

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2 February 2019

Teal pants campaign underway

The second annual teal pants campaign got underway on Friday and two ladies chalked up wins to kickstart the six-week fundraising effort.

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2 February 2019

Dibaba causes upset

A wind operation on the eve of the Cup meeting has transformed Dibaba, the upset winner of the Gr.2 $48,000 Premier Mares Championship at Addington on Friday night.

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1 February 2019

Ownership Survey Result

Recently the HRNZ Owners Sub Committee ran a follow up survey identical to the survey first circulated in 2017.

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1 February 2019

Life in the old girl

There is life in the old girl yet.

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1 February 2019

Tango Tara replaces Le Lievre’s Gift for Curtin and Nieper

The pickings have been rather lean for Jimmy Curtin this season but he’s hoping a new acquisition will go some way to turning that around.

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31 January 2019

Speeding Spur stood down

Star trotter Speeding Spur has been stood down for two months after ‘bleeding’ in the Group 1 A$250,000 Great Southern Star in Melbourne on Saturday night.

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31 January 2019

Reid's attack on Melton this week

Kiwi trainer Steven Reid isn’t letting the cold hard facts of the barrier draw for Saturday’s Hunter Cup dent his confidence.

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30 January 2019

Industry Update

Trackside radio host Peter Earley talks with Darrin Williams

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30 January 2019

Another terrific draw for Tiger

TIGER Tara is poised to cap a truly remarkable season with victory in Saturday night’s $500,000 Group 1 Hunter Cup

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30 January 2019

Barron quietly confident

It’s a little bit like heading into the unknown, but Ken Barron is hoping he knows enough to consider himself a bit of a chance in the first two-year-old race of the season at Addington on Friday night.

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29 January 2019

2019 Yearing Sale Special

In this special edition of the Harness Half Hour, we interview members of the industry associated with the upcoming NZB Standardbred Yearling Sales.

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29 January 2019

Purdon settles on Hunter Cup pair

INTER Dominion finalist Spankem won’t contest Saturday night’s $500,000 Group 1 Hunter Cup at Melton.

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29 January 2019

First winner for Highview Tommy

A trip home to New Zealand was made memorable for former Trackside presenter Cassie Fahey when her pacer Tombelina won at Motukarara on Sunday.

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29 January 2019

One disappointment

Ray Darby only has one disappointment about the continued success of Comic Book Hero, winner of the $10,000 Rotorua Cup at Arawa Park on Sunday.

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29 January 2019

DeFilippi Family

The DeFilippi family are well known in the Harness Racing circles but their involvement in the Standardbred isn't limited to just racing, they are also heavily involved in the showing of Standardbreds.

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28 January 2019

A big impression

His rivals will need to look out when the real Nandolo comes to life.

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28 January 2019

First horse coming up trumps for new owner

The incredible ride his first horse has taken owner Mike Corcoran on is not over just yet.

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28 January 2019

Aussie News - 28th January

THE All Stars barn didn’t train a winner at Melton’s huge Victoria Derby meeting, but Mark Purdon somehow still found a way to be a major player.

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27 January 2019

Kiwi flavour to Derby win

THROWING caution to wind on every level won the Group 1 Victoria Derby for emerging star Muscle Factory.

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27 January 2019

Great Southern Dance

LEVIATHAN owner-breeder Pat Driscoll wasn’t trackside for his biggest win with Dance Craze in last night’s $250,000 Group 1 Great Southern Star (2760m) at Melton.

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27 January 2019

Johnny Eyre back where he belongs

It’s been a while between drinks for Johnny Eyre and breeder-owner-trainer Mike Brown but expect the real one to turn up for Sunday’s Motukarara Pacing Cup.

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27 January 2019

Star Galleria back to best

Star Galleria signaled he was back to his absolute best with a crushing win in Group 2 company at Melton on Saturday night.

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25 January 2019

Upcoming Feature Racing at Addington

The mares kick off feature racing at Addington in 2019 with the Garrads Premier Mares Championship to be held on the 1st of February.

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25 January 2019

Summer of Glory - Night One preview

THE first clash between star trotters Tornado Valley and Marcoola promises to steal the show on a stellar Melton card Saturday night.

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25 January 2019

Great Things Happen good to go

This week’s trotting free-for-all at Addington was supposed to mark a return to form for both Great Things Happen and Harriet Of Mot.

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24 January 2019

Tornado's biggest challenge

ANDY Gath openly admits this is by far Tornado Valley’s biggest test.

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24 January 2019

Dont' be fooled

Don’t be fooled into thinking a change of drivers signals On The Cards as the clear horse to beat in the $50,000 JLT Futurity at Cambridge tonight.

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23 January 2019

Owners survey findings

Recently the HRNZ Owners Sub Committee ran a follow up survey identical to the survey first circulated in 2017.

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23 January 2019

Club News 23 January

This week's club news and TAB updates

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23 January 2019

Amaretto Sun misses Great Southern Star

Kiwi horseman Clint Ford was too angry to enjoy the fact his trotting star drew well in the A$250,000 Great Southern Star on Saturday.

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23 January 2019

Belle Of Montana staying

Star three-year-old filly Belle Of Montana may well be owned in Australian, but fans over there will have to wait a while longer to see her in the flesh.

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23 January 2019

Masterful Derby draw

KIWI raider Im Another Masterpiece's stranglehold on Victoria Derby favouritism tightened after he drew best of the big guns for Saturday night's feature.

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22 January 2019

Two from two

Untapped Southland filly Balcatherine kept her unbeaten record intact when winning at Ascot Park on Monday.

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21 January 2019

Another Derby Winner?

BEING the All Stars’ second-best three-year-old could be enough to make Im Another Masterpiece the stable’s third Victoria Derby winner.

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21 January 2019

The Fixer adds another Cup

AUSTRALIANS weren’t quite sure about Thefixer.

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21 January 2019

Aussie News - 21st January

INTER Dominion winner Tiger Tara again showed his vulnerability in sprint racing despite winning the Group 3 Brian Hancock Cup over a mile at Menangle last Saturday night.

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20 January 2019

Clasina Maria gets Prelude

Innovative shoeing has helped Clasina Maria continue to be a force on grass tracks, no more evident than when she won at Waterlea on Friday.

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20 January 2019

Pearl Harbour wins debut

Southland filly Pearl Harbour made a good fist of her debut in Auckland on Friday night, impressively winning a $25,000 Young Guns Fillies heat at Alexandra Park.

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19 January 2019

American Empress sold

Classy pacing mare American Empress was a late scratching from her engagement at Alexandra Park on Friday evening after being sold.

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19 January 2019

Plenty of options

Trainer Darryn Simpson has plenty of options ahead of him with his classy trotter Pres The Belle.

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18 January 2019

Arma Indie sold

Exciting three-year-old filly Arma Indie has been snapped up by clients of big-spending Perth trainer Mike Reed.

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18 January 2019

No certainty

At first glance Raptors Flight looks to be one of the greatest downgraders of the harness racing season at Alexandra

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16 January 2019

Club News 16 January

This week's Club News

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16 January 2019

North Canterbury pair sold

The well-performed North Canterbury pair of BD Khaosan and Run Boy Run have been sold and will do their future racing in Australia.

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16 January 2019

Kiwis draw well for heats

Aussie punters have unleashed on a Kiwi raider to beat some of their best in a stellar heat of the Victoria Derby at Ballarat on Saturday night.

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16 January 2019

Thefixer ready for Aussie debut

The Australian debut of New Zealand Cup winner Thefixer could hardly be going better.

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15 January 2019

Dalgety hints

Trainer Cran Dalgety has hinted Pat’s Delight could start in the Hunter Cup ahead of the Chariots Of Fire.

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14 January 2019

Tiger to miss Ballarat Cup

IN a shock twist Inter Dominion champion Tiger Tara won’t tackle Saturday night’s $100,000 Group 1 Ballarat Cup.

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14 January 2019

Aussie News - 14 January

Im Pats Delight won’t back-up in the $100,000 Group 1 Ballarat Cup this weekend.

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14 January 2019

Show Gait retired  

Last season’s top three-year-old trotting filly Show Gait has been retired after going amiss.

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14 January 2019

First win for Kerryn Tomlinson

There was no contest when it came to identifying the most popular winner at Richmond Park in Nelson on Sunday.

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13 January 2019

Hadley drives first winner

Bruce Hadley finally added a driving win to his rather unconventional harness racing career when successful on the grass at Te Aroha on Saturday.

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13 January 2019

Review of Cambridge Features

The summer of Turn It Up continued in fine fashion with an easy win in the Gr.2 $60,000 Waikato Flying Mile at Cambridge on Friday night.

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12 January 2019

Flying Field

TWO down, one to go.

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12 January 2019

Keast does it again

An incredibly tough winning effort from Jimmy Cannon saw trainer-driver Darren Keast continue his brilliant recent form, at Nelson on Friday.

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11 January 2019

A strong chance

Punters with any lingering doubts about whether Massive Metro’s National Trot win was an aberration only have to ask his regular driver, Todd Mitchell.

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11 January 2019

Herlihy full of hope

Last time Tony Herlihy took Temporale to Cambridge he was full of confidence and went home with the spoils.

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11 January 2019

Field Marshal Flying

MIRACLE Mile winner My Field Marshal is primed to add another Group 1 to his CV in tomorrow night’s $300,000 Group 1 Fremantle Cup at Gloucester Park.

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10 January 2019

Born To Boogie to resume on Thursday

Talented mare Born To Boogie has tuned up for her resumption at Ascot Park on Thursday with a sizzling workout performance.

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10 January 2019

Baxter set tongues wagging

Greg and Nina Hope have had a terribly frustrating time of it lately getting Monbet back to the races but they look to have a worthwhile replacement in his half-brother Baxter.

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10 January 2019

Cambridge Raceway Celebrates Centenary

The home of New Zealand horse racing celebrates a centenary this weekend.

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9 January 2019

Red Hot Rocket back in form at Oamaru Post

Trainer-driver Gavin Smith turned around a quiet Christmas-New Year run when winning Tuesday’s feature trot at Oamaru.

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8 January 2019

Unraced Southerner not going anywhere

One of Southland’s hottest prospects isn’t going anywhere for now.

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8 January 2019

Bridesmaids get their chance

The bridesmaids are set to get their chance in Cambridge’s race of the season.

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7 January 2019

Pat's Delight to resume

Star Kiwi four-year-old Im Pats Delight will resume in Saturday night’s Group 2 Shepparton Gold Cup.

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6 January 2019

Alford claims first win at Cromwell

The delight of scoring his first victory was evident when Jesse Alford won with Davinia Bellezza at Cromwell on Sunday.

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6 January 2019

Alford claims first win at Cromwell

The delight of scoring his first victory was evident when Jesse Alford won with Davinia Bellezza at Cromwell on Sunday.

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6 January 2019

Aussie News 6 January

The Victoria Derby has another very serious player. Muscle Factory’s record-smashing first-up Menangle win last night (Saturday) and the fact co-trainer Shane Tritton described him as a “freak” has made everyone take notice.

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6 January 2019

Tornado time

The Inter Dominion was just the start of a feature race splurge for Australia’s best trotter Tornado Valley.

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5 January 2019

Case of déjà vu for Hanrahan at Timaru

There was a distinct case of déjà vu when Ultimate Rocker downed his more favoured stablemate Strong Enough in the Remembering ‘Boomer Bailey’ maiden pace at Washdyke on Saturday.

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4 January 2019

Homecoming success for Waldron

Trainer Ben Waldron enjoyed a dream homecoming when Queen Bee Bardon won the Roxburgh Cup on Friday.

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4 January 2019

McGraths form to continue at Timaru

It has been like a season from hell for trainer Nigel McGrath but he may well have turned the corner.

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4 January 2019

Tiger's turnaround

In a surprise twist, a planned Perth raid has been scrapped from Inter Dominion champion Tiger Tara.

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3 January 2019

Funathebeach scorches at Omakau

Funatthebeach had a party of his own on the Omakau sand with a track-record breaking win in the Group 3 $30,000 Central Otago Trotting Cup on Wednesday.

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3 January 2019

Cup winners to clash

Cambridge’s centenary meeting is set to host a rare clash of New Zealand’s biggest Cups winners.

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3 January 2019

Clifden Clowers defies age

Young and old combined for a popular victory when Clifden Clowers won at Rangiora on Thursday for driver John Morrison.

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1 January 2019

Playboy and Emma win Auckland Cup

The large crowd at Alexandra Park were all on their feet, cheering on, the number one pony Playboy and his driver Emma Hadley.

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1 January 2019

Marcoola bows to Massive Metro

Mistakes by the more favoured runners and a brilliant steer by Todd ‘The Wizard’ Mitchell combined to produce an upset win by Massive Metro in the Gr.1 National Trot at Alexandra Park on Monday night.

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1 January 2019

Turn It Up's meteoric rise

Rising star Turn It Up confirmed his freak status when he romped to a front-running win in the Auckland Cup on Monday night.

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1 January 2019

Cup win tinged with sadness

Two legends of New Zealand racing shared a remarkable Auckland Trotting Cup victory with Turn It Up at Alexandra Park last night.

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31 December 2018

Aussie News 31 December

Miracle Mile hero My Field Marshal took just 100m to stamp his class in Western Australia.

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31 December 2018

Buff Marcoola ready to rumble

Ken Ford has never been happier with his trotting bodybuilder Marcoola than he is heading into tonight’s $100,000 National Trot at Alexandra Park.

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31 December 2018

Aubrey's moment almost here

Farrier come trainer Richard Aubrey has been waiting his entire career for tonight.

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31 December 2018

Stats against Cup favourite

Favourite punters should count themselves lucky tonight’s $250,000 Auckland Trotting Cup isn’t being run on paper.

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30 December 2018

Perfect pacer to cement his status

The perfect pacer can cap a perfect preparation with victory in the Trillian Trust Auckland Cup at Alexandra Park on New Year’s Eve.

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29 December 2018

First training win for Merv Bryers

Monaro Maro’s maiden trotting win gave 66-year-old Merv Bryers his first success as a trainer at Westport on Friday.

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29 December 2018

Mogul too powerful at Westport

Being in the right mood at the right time helped Mogul win the feature pace on the second day of the West Coast Christmas circuit.

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28 December 2018

Vincent now excelling as a stallion

A year on from his 2017 Auckland Cup win, Vincent is still producing the goods.

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28 December 2018

Herlihy has two Group One winning drives

Tony Herlihy is heading to Auckland Trotting Cup night with two serious group-one winning drives but if he needs a pre-race reality check he will only need to look left.

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27 December 2018

Williamson's Westport trip a winner

The long trip from Cromwell to the West Coast paid off for driver Matthew Williamson when he won Wednesday’s Westport Cup with Airpark Flyer.

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27 December 2018

Incredible 21st birthday for Keast

A plan hatched three months ago to set a team for the Westport meeting paid big dividends for young trainer Darren Keast on Wednesday.

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27 December 2018

More Cup glory in Mighty Santana’s sights

Trainer-driver John Hay has his sights on more southern Cup glory with Mighty Santana after the pacer’s Gore Cup win.

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27 December 2018

Dream About Me looking for another Auckland Cup win

There have been some highs and some lows for two of the glamour girls of the All Stars pacing team this week.

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26 December 2018

My Field Marshal opens WA campaign

FORMER top Kiwi trainer Tim Butt will be hoping stablemate flagbearer My Field Marshal can turn his fortunes around at Gloucester Park tomorrow (Friday) night.

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24 December 2018

Temporale looks the better bet today

Tony Herlihy isn’t exactly sure how well Temporale is racing but he is determined to find out at Cambridge today.

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24 December 2018

Aussie News - December 24 2018

TOUGH love time starts for Let It Ride at Ballarat on Wednesday night.

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24 December 2018

Regulation Changes

Please find below two Regulations changes approved by the Board. 1. The HRNZ Board have approved two new sets of wheels for use in New Zealand and the Challenger X Bike sulky. Approval of Sulkies and Wheels

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24 December 2018

Pizzuto keeps trucking

INTER Dominion winner Tiger Tara won’t race again before his Perth raid.

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24 December 2018

Temporale returns to form

Temporale proved form is temporary and class is permanent when he easily won the Group 2 $50,000 Trotters Flying Mile at Cambridge on Monday.

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23 December 2018

Two starters for two winners

Trainer Regan Todd kicked off  what could be a successful Christmas-New Year week with two starters for two winners on Friday night.

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23 December 2018

Smokin By gets Wairio Cup

A testing introduction to standing start racing was not enough to stop Smokin By from winning the Wairio Cup on Saturday.

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23 December 2018

Dunn's day at Ashburton

Trainer Robert Dunn enjoyed a big day out at the Ashburton Cup meeting when notching a winning treble.

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22 December 2018

Minor setbacks

The plans of two of the country’s leading pacers have suffered minor setbacks.

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