Harness Racing New Zealand
The first 60 metres will be just as important as the remaining 2750 metres for talented pacer McArdle Star when he tackles the Motukarara Xmas Cup on Tuesday
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A lack of racing and the grass track surface appear to be the only stumbling blocks for Millie Sampson up as she tackles Tuesday’s $9,000 Brown & Pennell Te Awamutu Cup at Waipa.
Just as Monbet has emerged as New Zealand’s best trotter his arch rival is set to make a surprise return to challenge him.
Pulp Fiction lowered a Gore track record set last century when winning the local Trotting Cup on Sunday.
The groundwork is complete.
Newly-Crowned Inter Dominion champion Lennytheshark is back in serious work.
Brothers, John and Dexter Dunn dominated Boxing Day harness racing action on both sides of the Southern Alps yesterday, including claiming driving victories in the two meeting’s respective Cups.
Dexter Dunn and Nathan Williamson sit first and fourth-equal respectively on the New Zealand drivers premiership and will be the reinsmen to follow at Gore on Sunday.
The next stage of the return of Locharburn comes today at Ashburton.
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The Akaroa meeting that was abandoned on December 13 has been moved to a new date on March 28.
Tim Williams regains licence in time for the Auckland Cup and Master Lavros suffers a potential career-ending injury.
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