Harness Racing New Zealand
Top Aussie trainer David Aiken is excited and ready for a new challenge.
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Heaven Rocks’s bumpy road to the top is about to get a lot steeper.
Hunterville horseman, Scott Dickson, is only bringing three horses 63km north to tonight’s meeting in Palmerston North - and two of them are real good chances to win the feature pace.
Nathan Purdon’s first win at Alexandra Park last Friday night meant a lot to him, especially after what his family have achieved on the track over several decades.
Any win is special, but for John Morrison a win for Warren Stapleton means just that little bit more.
Buzz Aussie juvenile filly My Sweetchilliphilly made almost as many waves in NZ as she did in Australia with her stunning Bathurst Gold Tiara win last weekend.
Some horses are as honest as the day is long and should never pay $22.30when they win their eighth-career start.
A small place bet on a horse at a low-key country meeting in the North Island led Ashburton owners, Stuart and Liz Leadley to buying boom two-year-old pacer, Alta Maestro.
Harness Racing New Zealand (HRNZ) and the New Zealand Racing Board (NZRB) today announced a boost to maiden winning stakes beginning on 29 March and continuing through until the end of the current season on 31 July 2017.
Highlights from the meeting at Winton on Saturday.
An update from Australia
DREAMS can come true … just ask Geoff Simpson.
Harness racing, like so many sports, can deliver some amazing highs but also some heartbreaking lows.
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