Harness Racing New Zealand
There is a distinct air of optimism heading into New Zealand Bloodstock’s inaugural National Yearling Sales starting this week in Auckland.
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Breeder-owners Lex and Heather Williams had one less thing to worry about when One Over Da Stars won at Oamaru on Saturday.
New Zealand Bloodstock look to be getting into the standardbred business at the right time.
AUSTRALASIA’S champion pacer Tiger Tara will headline a trio of Miracle Mile hopefuls Kevin Pizzuto will run at Menangle next Saturday night.
INTER Dominion winner Tornado Valley is primed for a racetrack return next Saturday.
Champion Australian reinsman Chris Alford says taking on the most feared horse in harness racing could actually help Poster Boy win the A$1million Miracle Mile.
The Shark goes in search of winners on what should be a fast day of harness racing action from Central Southland Raceway in Winton.
Lady Cherokee justified her trainer’s hunch with another tough win, at Alexandra Park on Friday night.
Dream About Me further cemented her status as the queen of New Zealand harness racing with a crushing win in the Group 1 New Zealand Standardbred Breeders Stakes at Addington on Friday night.
Canterbury trainer Stephen Boyd has had luck with his draws at Winton on Sunday, now his chances just need luck on the track.
NEVER has a string of Sydney features races carried so much importance in New Zealand.
The Shark goes looking for winners on a big day on the grass track at Oamaru.
HRNZ Chairman's father Noel Spicer sadly passed away on Wednesday. Noel was a harness owner and former licence holder, well known throughout Mid-Canterbury. To this day Noel had remained a shareholder in a number of horses.
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