Harness Racing New Zealand
Jack Harrington is hoping his first success as a trainer is only the tip of the iceberg.
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It might have taken 73 drives but Trent Lethaby is on the board, and although he was a little bit annoyed it took him so long, the 18-year-old is just relieved he has finally saluted the judge.
COULD emerging local Waylade grab Perth Inter Dominion favouritism?
Mark Jones is casting the net across the entire South Island this weekend, and hoping to reel a few in.
Barry Purdon would be happy if the New Zealand Trotting Cup was next Tuesday.
Trainer Paul Court is hoping to put a smile back on the face of the man behind ailing gallops superstar Mongolian Khan.
Dexter Dunn thinks he has a royal show of winning tonight’s feature pace at Manawatu Raceway, but believes Atom Hanover in the fifth event is his best drive of the night.
KERRYN Manning is a realist. The trailblazing Aussie trainer-driver knows Arden Rooney needs to go exceptionally well in Monday’s Kaikoura Cup to have any chance in the NZ Cup eight days later.
The latest NZ Cup and Dominion Rankings are out now!
Bryan (Ginger) Woodhouse, who raced Dorocin at the inaugural meeting of the Tuapeka Harness Racing Club 54 years ago, won a race with her descendant, Pat’s Success at the meeting at Forbury Park on Sunday.
SUDDENLY Gary Hall Sr has a serious Perth Inter Dominion player.
Harness Racing New Zealand (HRNZ) has completed its review of the three licences held by Mr Mike Stratford.
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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