Woodend Beach junior driver Andrew Fitzgerald had his first training success from just his second runner to race when new recruit Black Art delivered at Addington on Friday.  

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Veteran Canterbury driver Colin De Filippi was left marooned on 1999 New Zealand driving wins after Friday’s Addington meeting.  

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The 2017 World Trotting Conference concluded with its official closing ceremony on Saturday, August 19, at the Delta Prince Edward, in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. The torch was passed from Canada to Sweden, where the Conference will be hosted in 2019.

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Bite The Bullet and driver John Dunn bagged the $14,500 Kurow Cup when they sprinted home in 26.4sec for their last 400m, edging out comeback mare New Years Jay yesterday at Oamaru.

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Trials scheduled for Banks Peninsula tomorrow (Tuesday, August 22), are cancelled due to the track being under water.

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Comeback queen New Years Jay looked on course for the Kurow Cup on Sunday when she won a trial at Oamaru four days ago, sprinting her last 800m in 58.7sec to beat in-form race rival Playboy Prince.

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Kiwi reinsmen Dexter Dunn and Mark Purdon scored their first wins of the World Drivers Championship in the fifth and final leg of the series at Charlottetown in Canada.

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The Symposium portion of the 2017 World Trotting Conference, in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, concluded on Thursday with four panels addressing topics important to the future of harness racing worldwide. Following Friday's World Driving Championship Final, the World Trotting Conference will resume for its final sessions on Saturday, followed by the closing ceremonies.

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The good news for rival trainers of Brookside trainer Paul Nairn is that they won’t be racing against rising trot star Ronald J again until just before the NZ Cup meeting at Addington in November.

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Sweden’s Bjorn Goop is tipped by Canadian writers as the driver to watch in the fifth and final leg of the World Drivers Championship at Charlottetown in Canada on Saturday morning (NZ time).

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Canterbury trainer Jack Harrington had a change of luck when Our Renezmae narrowly won her Breeders Crown two-year-old trotting fillies heat at Maryborough on Thursday night.

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Canterbury trainer Barry Ward’s first trip to Australia for the Breeders Crown on Saturday at Bendigo didn’t go smoothly, but while they landed behind schedule he is happy with the way speedy filly Angel Of Harlem has settled in.

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Trent Lethaby finally got the luck he had been looking for at Cambridge Raceway last night (Thursday).

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