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.

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COULD emerging local Waylade grab Perth Inter Dominion favouritism?

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Mark Jones is casting the net across the entire South Island this weekend, and hoping to reel a few in.

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Barry Purdon would be happy if the New Zealand Trotting Cup was next Tuesday.

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Trainer Paul Court is hoping to put a smile back on the face of the man behind ailing gallops superstar Mongolian Khan.

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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.

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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.

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The latest NZ Cup and Dominion Rankings are out now!

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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.

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SUDDENLY Gary Hall Sr has a serious Perth Inter Dominion player.

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Harness Racing New Zealand (HRNZ) has completed its review of the three licences held by Mr Mike Stratford. 

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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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