Harness Racing New Zealand
There is no more exciting pacer in Australia than Ignatius.
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One of the forgotten stars of the open class trotting ranks is slowly but surely building towards a return to the races.
It’s amazing what being a national champion can do for your profile. Just ask Alicia Harrison.
Backing pacers fresh up off 30m handicaps is usually an efficient way of getting rid of your money but trainer Steven Telfer says it may not be that crazy when No Doctor Needed resumes tonight.
The annual Southland Harness Awards will be held at the Ascot Park Hotel on Sunday night and the feature presentations are for Horse of the Year, Broodmare of the Year and Achievement of the Year.
Lazarus has been handed a true visitor’s draw in his first North American race this Saturday New Zealand time.
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It was paint by numbers simple for the three Kiwi trio using Tuesday’s low-key Menangle meeting as a lead-in to the Breeders Crown.
He’s got one 3200m trotting Group One next to his name already but another will beckon come November for outstanding square gaiter, Speeding Spur.
Harness Racing New Zealand is pleased to announce that our weekly harness racing podcast, The Harness Half Hour, is now available on even more platforms.
The new training partnership of Kirstin Barclay and Paul 'Tank' Ellis hit the ground running at Forbury Park on Sunday with the win of Honey Cullen, their first runner to the races.
The first four races at Menangle on a quiet Tuesday afternoon usually slip by without a lot of interest on this side of the Tasman.
Harness Racing New Zealand would like to remind industry participants about the upcoming free seminars with Canadian harness racing trainer and driver, Anthony MacDonald, in September.
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