John Dickie admits it was hard leaving his home-town of Cambridge four years ago, but he said if he hadn’t made the move north he would never have been anywhere near his 500 career winners.

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The lush paddocks of home are often considered, one of the great strengths of New Zealand racing --- but not for pacing star My Field Marshal.

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Michelle Wallis and Bernie Hackett’s Waiuku stable will be represented by eight trotters at Cambridge on Sunday – three of them in the first ever Monte Saddle Trot to be held at the Raceway.

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Young North Island harness racing participants will now have the opportunity to up-skill themselves thanks to the financial support of Croon Bloodstock and the NZ Equine Education Trust.

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He’s out to win a national title, but Matt Anderson is also giving a little bit back this weekend. 

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Punters who back trotters from Dr Luk Chin’s Cambridge stable know they are always a chance swinging for home.

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Trainer Ray Green and driver David Butcher have different views over how clear cut tonight’s feature pace at Alexandra Park will be.

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Addington are the latest club to join in boosting stakes for the new season, with $10,000 minimums for the home of harness racing heading forward.

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In what is a major coup for Australasian breeders, Nevele R Stud is excited to announce that the 2015 Breeders Crown Open Trot champion Creatine will be standing at our Canterbury farm this coming season.

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Mark Purdon has snared two Derby placings with Motu Meteor this season, but now finds him as a major rival this weekend. 

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Addington announces $10,000 Minimum Stake for the 2017-2018 Season

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The multiple Group and Listed winning pacer, Cyclone Kate, has been retired.

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He’s changing the goalposts, ever so slightly, but don’t expect too much to change for Cran Dalgety going forward.

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