Harness Racing New Zealand
Tonight has the potential to be the punting judder bar on the road to the Harness Jewels.
Read more >
There’s plenty to be both won and lost ahead of next week’s Harness Jewels at Addington on Friday night.
Trainer James Stormont has a warning for punters who think a 50m handicap will prove no problem for Mum’s Pride at Alexandra Park on Friday night.
Training champ Mark Purdon has some good news for the bookies dreading another big payout on Have Faith In Me at the Jewels on Saturday week.
Trouble Rieu and Sell A Bit, both Harness Jewels contenders, give Yaldhurst trainer, Brent White and driver Stephen McNally a strong hand at Forbury Park tonight.
Venus Serena is a powerful step closer to a unique place in Harness Jewels history.
Emerging Aussie three-year-old Burnaholeinmypocket scorched around Melton yesterday at his final lead-up run before the Harness Jewels.
The Chiefs might have lost 18-22 to the Hurricanes at the ‘Cake Tin’ on Saturday night, but eight members the Waikato based squad had reason to smile after the second day of the Manawatu Harness Racing Club’s meeting at Palmerston North on Sunday.
Tony Barron was just pulling into Oamaru on Saturday when about 330 kilometres south at Ascot Park in Invercargill, Regal Ideal and Delightful Dash were giving him his second ever quinella.
Gracious Star qualified for the Harness Jewels with a win in track record time at Oamaru yesterday, the final day for qualification.
Matthew Williamson became the first Williamson to drive three trotting winners on a programme when he scored aboard The Badger, Danny Cool and Zhenya at Invercargill on Saturday.
Australian harness racing news from the weekend.
There’s just something about that Natalie Rasmussen.
Page 207 of 223