Alister Black is enjoying his best ever season and has engaged the country's top junior driver Brad Williamson to make it even better for him at Invercargill on Sunday.

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They might be chasing the tail of the currently incomparable, Monbet, but the chance to put a hand up for Harness Jewels contention goes on the line for a few exciting up and coming trotters today at Addington.

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The latest Eurowatch is now available

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New Zealand harness racing’s handicapping system looks set to be in for an overhaul. 

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Zachary Binx and Soney Beatt are poised to continue the good innings for the Ford family at Oamaru on Saturday.

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He still has to win another $6,135 to qualify for the $150,000 Emerald Harness Jewels Final, but Barry Purdon is not giving up on Kimani taking his place alongside the best 3-year-old pacing colts and geldings at Cambridge Raceway on June 4.

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Phil Butcher’s driving skills may be at a career high but that will be tested by a couple of tricky handicaps in the biggest races at Alexandra Park tonight.

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The race to qualify for the Harness Jewels is on, with only a few weeks left of qualifying. To help you keep an eye on who is doing what during the weekend's racing we’ve made a list of those who are already in the top 12 of their division and those who are just outside in spots 15-40.

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Sean McCaffrey isn’t too worried about Royal Willie’s mission to make the $100,000 Harness Jewels Final on their home track at Cambridge Raceway in 29 days.

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The Auckland Trotting Club has fast-tracked moves to make racing at Alexandra Park the most lucrative in Australasia for all starters.

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Cullen Breeding and Nevele R Stud wish to advise that for the coming breeding season Christian Cullen will stand at Dancingonmoonlight Farm in Ohoka, Canterbury.

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It’s been just over nine years since David Broadhurst drove his last winner, but at Blenheim on Sunday the 69-year-old trained, drove, owned, and bred Patrick Bee to victory.

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Rarely has an unbeaten New Zealand racing star flown under the radar as much as Waikiki Beach.

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