Harness Racing New Zealand
As far as exceeding expectations go, Bite The Bullet well and truly met the brief at Addington on Sunday.
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Anthony Butt has teamed with his brother Tim for so many big wins, but he was quick to declare My Field Marshal’s Len Smith Mile success “extra special.”
Just months after announcing some of the largest stake increases in harness racing history the Auckland Trotting Club has decided they are not big enough.
Bernie Hackett and Michelle Wallis have been left scratching their heads after Princess Mackendon’s third win in four starts in the feature trot at Alexandra Park last Friday night.
An update from Australia.
Vincent's amazing three-year-old season has come to an end with fans already wanting more.
Snipets from the NSW Breeders Challenge at Tabcorp Park Menangle yesterday (Sunday).
The continued improvement of Donegal Carrickfin has seen the once rogue pacer become one of the finds of Canterbury racing season and the fun might not be over yet.
Promising juvenile pacer Aramis might be one of the great bargains in harness racing history.
Mistacullect, who was advertised to give away, turned up trumps for new owner Mo Eddington when having his first start at Forbury Park on Thursday night.
The McMillan Equine Feeds New Zealand Junior Driver Championship as we know it is changing. The event that highlights our top young drivers is set to take place over two race nights rather than the customary one night.
A 2:18 winning mile rate at the Cambridge Workouts is nothing to raise the roof over, but the owners of The Crown Jewels are just rapt they just have something to smile about.
Trainer Steven Reid heads to Alexandra Park tonight expecting to win two races but hoping for three.
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