Harness Racing New Zealand
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.
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.
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.
The New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club is delighted to announce an increase in its minimum stake level to $7,500 effective from 1 November.
A working party of eight members in Otago has been established to action the proposal of Harness Racing New Zealand to consolidate clubs.
With two weeks between the latest Rankings there have been some movers in the latest edition considered at HRNZ today by the Rankings Committee.
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.
TRAINER Gary Hall Sr admits it is going to be a big ask to win his home state Inter Dominion again this year.
Open day for Raging Bull Saturday 3rd October 12pm - 3pm
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.
WHAT’S happened to the stars of NSW harness racing?
HARNESS INDUSTRY FORUM (Christchurch) Tuesday 13th October 2015 - doors open 6.30pm
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