Winton’s John and Katrina Price have dabbled in the yearling sales over the years but they never dreamed they would be selling the top priced lot and shaking hands with Emilio Rosati.

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The latest incarnation of the Premier Yearling Sale concluded at the A&P Showgrounds in Christchurch on Wednesday afternoon with encouraging statistics to justify the changes.

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John Morrison isn’t one to get ahead of himself, but it’s hard for him not to be excited about a potential first Group 1 win at Addington on Friday night.

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John Dunn knows American Tart may need every favour she can muster to claim group one glory at Addington tomorrow night but believes she has already got the biggest one.

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When it comes to endorsing the versatility of the Standardbred breed, The Farmhouse in Rotorua shouts it from the rooftops.

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NOMINATIONS FOR THE 2018 PASCOES THE JEWELLERS NORTHERN OAKS & WOODLANDS STUD NORTHERN DERBY CLOSE FRIDAY 16TH FEBRUARY AT 11.00AM

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The battle to be this season’s leading overall driver has just had another plot twist.

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The second day of the Manawatu meeting will be held this Thursday, with the first event due off at 5.09pm.

There are some exciting events coming up in the region also, including the Harness Racing Gearing Up Contest, part of the extremely popular annual Rural Games - www.ruralgames.co.nz/events/nz-harness-racing-gearing-up-championship-have-a-go/

The club are also busy gearing up for the second edition of the Palmerston North Gold Cup Festival, to find out more http://www.awapuniracing.co.nz/city-of-palmerston-north-gold-cup-festival.aspx

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The biggest name in New Zealand racing is set for a surprise season swansong --- maybe even two.

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SOHO Tribeca’s new trainer Mick Stanley refuses to concede this Miracle Mile to Lazarus.

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LAZARUS’ return to Menangle headlines a stellar meeting on Saturday night.

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Harness Racing New Zealand is thrilled to announce that Canadian harness racing trainer and driver, Anthony MacDonald, will visit New Zealand in September. Best known as the founder of the fractional ownership operation ‘The Stable’, MacDonald has been a driving force in increasing ownership in Canada and introducing new blood into harness racing.

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IT is hard enough trying to beat Lazarus, let alone when he’s drawn the pole.

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