Harness Racing New Zealand
Perfection, it’s a hard word to achieve in any sport. Our beloved All Blacks go close to achieving it every now and then. In harness racing it’s a little more common.
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Not many can say they went to war with Stent inside the final 200 metres of a race and came out on top.
Ivan and Don Bublitz have waited several decades for a nice pacer and now that the Hawera father-son combo have got one they have decided that the 6-year-old’s breeding career far outweighs another season of racing.
Pegasus Dream lowered an eight year old track record when he trotted 3200m in 4.08.6 to win at the Tuapeka meeting at Forbury Park on Sunday.
LIKEABLE Queensland trainer Ian Gurney can’t stop shaking his head.
Ohoka Punter won’t get a better chance to stake his New Zealand Cup claims than today’s Flying Stakes at Ashburton.
The makeup of this year’s Sires’ Stakes Final on Cup Day took another step toward being decided last night at Addington.
Titan Banner made an immediate return for new owners with a win at Winton last Sunday and success could continue in the Tuapeka Cup at Forbury Park tomorrow.
Steve Telfer has no doubts that Ideal Flybye can win the feature pace at Cambridge Raceway on Sunday, but warns punters the mare could be a run short.
Todd Mitchell has driven himself into a tricky spot and it took a lot of skill to get there.
On a day like yesterday conversations with Mark Purdon happen fast.That is if you are lucky enough to be able to get the champion trainer on the phone at all.
IF you liked Philadelphia Man’s run last week, then standby for something even bigger in Saturday night’s $200,000 Group 1 Queensland Championship (2680m) at Albion Park.
The latest Eurowatch is now available!
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