Last week Harness Racing New Zealand released a circular to all clubs regarding the roll out of a set of Owner’s Minimum Standards. These standards were formed by the HRNZ Owners Sub Committee, and recommended to the HRNZ Board for approval. The aim of these standards is to unify the standard of service for owners around New Zealand, and also assist with increasing owner patronage on race day for clubs.

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Outstanding but erratic pacer Heaven Rocks is under offer to American interests and could be stateside by the end of the month.

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The south-eastern corner of New Zealand, known as the Catlins, has produced its share of high profile horses and horse people but has never been a training centre of note.

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New Zealand Cup runner-up Jack’s Legend is nearing a resumption as the second half of his racing season approaches.

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This is the first of our weekly Harness Bookmaker reports from Richard Wilson of the New Zealand Racing Board. It should provide punters with some good leads to follow. It was a busy week for Bookies with 6 meetings over 5 days. 

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Attention all harness racing license holders. If you feel you have the skills to be crowned New Zealand’s Harness Racing Gearing Up Champion, we want to hear from you!

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There is Dalgety and Dunn, Waller and Bowman, and now Hunter and Williamson.

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CHAMPION trainer Gary Hall Sr has no regrets about staying at home with Chicago Bull.

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In Sydney.--- A Miracle Mile that Lazarus couldn’t lose is starting to look like one the champion pacer will struggle to win.

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Meeting: Winton Harness Racing Club – Sunday 18th February

 

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Ricky May knew it, Steven Reid knew it too and some outstanding track work during the week ensured Simon McMullan knew it as well.

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Last night’s Listed $160,875 PGG Wrightson NZ Yearling Sales 3YO Fillies Final winner Bettor Joy will soon return to Auckland, the location of her two previous Group 2 victories.

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Brendon Hill’s got a problem, but for once it’s a good one.

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