Harness Racing New Zealand
News bites from the Addington meeting on Friday night.
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Have Faith In Me might be spelling in the green pastures of Invercargill right now, but Tim Williams looks to have a ready-made Group One winning drive to replace the Auckland Cup champion for the remainder of this season.
Remiss has an ideal opportunity to regain winning form on the six-race card for the Forbury Park Trotting Club at the dual code meeting on the grass at Wingatui on Monday.
Cran Dalgety expects more Kiwi trainers to look at Australian juvenile races as the dominance of Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen in NZ continues to grow.
Champion driver Luke McCarthy could win both major Bathurst Gold finals next Saturday night.
Canterbury Country Cups supremacy goes on the line today at Methven and there’s plenty of strong grass track form to keep the punters guessing.
Dexter Dunn won the “youth versus experience” invitation drivers series for the second time at Waikouaiti on Thursday.
Ross Houghton believes he has two good chances at Manawatu Raceway tonight which he hopes can help his boss go a couple of steps closer to winning the national training premiership.
A familiar face has returned to the Woodend Beach stable of Robert and John Dunn. And they're pretty happy about it too.
Due to retirement an opportunity currently exists for a full time maintenance and grounds-person to join the team at Addington Raceway.
Josh Dickie returns to Cambridge Raceway tonight – five days after driving the winner of Australia’s richest trotting race which he nailed just a couple of minutes into his 25th birthday.
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