Harness Racing New Zealand
Auckland Reactor-sired three-year-old Admiral showed some of his dad’s blazing speed when he came from last on the turn to win at Addington and Canterbury trainer-driver Gavin Smith predicts there is more in store.
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The nightmare for rival harness racing trainers is becoming a reality --- pacing giant Heaven Rocks is growing up.
The HRNZ Owners’ Initiatives and Liaison Sub-Committee is seeking expressions of interest from Owners interested in joining the group.
Robbie Crawford, who has been training the odd horse for the past 20 years, had his first win when Rostriever Victory was successful at Forbury Park on Sunday.
Captain Dolmio is on course to resume at Addington on September 16 after recovering well from the minor foot niggle which kept him out of the Maurice Holmes Vase last Friday.
Bob Negus, one of a rare group of harness drivers to win both the New Zealand Cup and the New Zealand Free-For-All, with champion mare Armalight in 1981, died from cancer on Saturday. He was 89.
Steven Reid said he was both surprised and humbled that he was bestowed with one of the major prizes at the 2017 Always B Miki North Island Harness Racing Awards at Alexandra Park on Saturday night.
South Canterbury’s best trainer has done it again. For the second consecutive year Brent White has has been named ‘South Canterbury Trainer of the Year’.
THE Perth Inter Dominion is a still almost three months away, but the countdown seriously starts for champion trainer Gary Hall Sr at Glouceter Park next Friday night.
STAR Kiwi pacer My Field Marshal lost no fans in defeat when he resumed from a freshen-up at Menangle last Saturday night.
Two runners debuted at Forbury Park on Sunday, both in the same race, and punters went for the wrong one.
TIM Butt is more than a tad excited.
Injury has struck down open-class pacer Locharburn as he was shaping well for a New Zealand Cup campaign.
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