Harness Racing New Zealand
After making his U.S. debut with a 1:48.3 qualifying mile Saturday (July 28) at The Meadowlands, the next time New Zealand-bred pacer Lazarus emerges will be for real.
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He’s not expecting Mark Purdon to pick up the phone and give him a call anytime soon, nor does he hope to be up in the shining lights with Blair Orange and Dexter Dunn in the new season.
The next All Stars stable’s Aussie raid kicks-off at Menangle on Saturday night.
Lazarus’s debut in North America looks set to be fast-tracked after the Kiwi champion dazzled in his first public outing there.
Another Gloucester Park meeting, another easy win for the NZ Cup-bound Chicago Bull.
Auckland horsewoman Cheree Wigg has made the best possible start to the World Amateur Drivers Championship in Belgium.
Meeting: Oamaru Harness Racing Club – Sunday 29th July
Tiger Swift gave a glimpse of her strong maternal roots with an impressive win at Alexandra Park on Friday night.
Just how many winners will Chris Alford drive this season?
Exceptional pacing filly Shez All Rock is going to miss next month’s Breeders Crown.
Matt Anderson will almost certainly head to Oamaru on Sunday knowing he is bowing out of the junior driving ranks as a winner.
Here is a racing statistic you will probably find extremely hard to believe.
Waikato trainer Dane Alexander will sign off on a 58-year training career at Alexandra Park on Friday night.
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