Scott Phelan is trying to set his mind aside from the phone calls he keeps getting about the filly he trains, Magical Miss.

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If Brendon Hill needed to find a measure of just how good his debutant winner Naholo was at Ashburton on Thursday, then his cell phone told him all he needed to know.

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Going in to a two-mile race without a start for six months is a rather unusual scenario for any horse, and that becomes exponentially harder when it is in not just a Group 1, but the biggest race of the year.

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Dream About Me’s Inter Dominion campaign mirrors her New Zealand Cup --- over before it began.

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Taking the dominant winner of the New Zealand Trotting Cup out of the New Zealand Free-For-All should have a detrimental impact, but the omission of Lazarus from this year’s Show Day feature may, in fact, enhance it.

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Harness Briefs

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After being left with a case of wondering what might have been a few hours earlier, Ashburton owners Alan and Ian Neumann ended Cup Day on the right note when The Brooklyn Brawler fought his way to success in the last race of the day.

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In Christchurch.--- Now for the real challenge.

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Lazarus wins NZ Cup

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Chase Auckland, a younger replica of former track great Auckland Reactor, completed the fairytale repeat of his sire’s win in the 2007 NRM NZ Sires Stakes Final when taking out the 2017 version in record time at Addington on Tuesday.

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Successful Overport Lodge driver Sam Ottley was the driver to follow early on Christchurch Casino NZ Trotting Cup day, scoring wins with Sundons Flyer and Real Torque.

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Emerging open class trot star Great Things Happen equaled Monbet’s NZ record in the Gr. 1 Granite Benchtop Company NZ Trotting Free-For-All at Addington on Tuesday, only whetting Gavin Smith’s appetite to eventually take on NZ’s No. 1 of last term.

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Gavin Smith has got the one draw he didn’t want with Great Things Happen at Addington today, but it could win him the New Zealand Trotting Free-For-All.

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