Harness Racing New Zealand
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The 1954 Waimate Centennial Cup was re-presented as the trophy for the 2019 edition of the Whitestone Livestock Waimate Cup on Sunday.
The three-hour drive home from Waimate to Cust probably only felt like three minutes for 19-year-old Korbyn Newman on Sunday afternoon.
A sensational mile victory by U May Cullect was enough to convince long-time Southland owner Tom Kilkelly he has found his best horse yet.
Aorangi is proving an incredibly frustrating horse and it’s fair to say the situation has become desperate heading into Sunday’s meeting at Waimate.
It was a night to remember for local horsewoman Arna Donnelly at Cambridge on Thursday, her familiar blue and white colours in the winner’s circle four times.
The Shark goes in search of winners on a rare Monday afternoon of harness racing action from the Forbury Park Trotting Club meeting at the Wingatui Racecourse.
The Shark goes in search of winners at the annual Waimate Trotting Club meeting on the grass track in South Canterbury.
Prolific owner Ian Dobson hasn’t had much to cheer about since the days of Christian Cullen and Mainland Banner but he has some interesting months coming up with Muscle Mountain and Cullenburn.
The rare opportunity to race from a standing start over one mile (1609m) puts national records under threat at Winton on Saturday.
The Shark goes in search of winners at Ladies Mile Day at Central Southland Raceway in Winton.
Update for tonights racing
Flair South Island have recieved all of the nominations for the Contribution to Team Teal Award and have decided on a winner.
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