A heart rate monitor has given Mark Jones all the confidence he needs to drive Master Lavros like a winner in his comeback race at Addington tonight.

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Leading New Zealand junior driver, Kimberly Butt kicked off her whirlwind Australian sojourn last night at Geelong with a fourth placing.

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Nathan Williamson's colours won't be seen at Invercargill on Saturday but he'll be on track as a driver and with three form runners from the Winton team of Katrina and John Price, his chances of success look bright.

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Barry Purdon knows what he wants and what he is probably going to get may be two very different things in the Spring Cup at Alexandra Park tonight.

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The New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club is delighted to announce an increase in its minimum stake level to $7,500 effective from 1 November.

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A working party of eight members in Otago has been established to action the proposal of Harness Racing New Zealand to consolidate clubs.

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With two weeks between the latest Rankings there have been some movers in the latest edition considered at HRNZ today by the Rankings Committee.

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Trotting’s fastest mum is ready to put her forgotten horse tag behind her but even a winning trial yesterday isn’t enough to get trainer David Butt hyped for an early comeback win.

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TRAINER Gary Hall Sr admits it is going to be a big ask to win his home state Inter Dominion again this year.

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Open day for Raging Bull Saturday 3rd October 12pm - 3pm

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Champion trainer Mark Purdon believes he might have a secret weapon up his sleeve as he tries to win back to back New Zealand Trotting Cups.

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WHAT’S happened to the stars of NSW harness racing?

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HARNESS INDUSTRY FORUM (Christchurch) Tuesday 13th October 2015 - doors open 6.30pm

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