Meeting: NZ Metropolitan Trotting Club – Friday 3rd August 2018

 

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This month’s Stable Shout winner is Steve Dolan.

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They may be a very long way from home, but New Zealand bred pacers Shartin and Bit Of A Legend are continuing to fly the flag proudly for their homeland in the United States this year.

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Well-performed Canterbury pacer Buster Brady has been sold to clients of leading Victorian trainer David Aiken.

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Meeting: Waikato Bay Of Plenty Harness – Thursday 2nd August 2018 

 

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This week's Club News and Trackside listings

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New Zealand harness racing has a feat to equal that of jockey Aaron Kuru, who regained his seat after a fall at the first fence in a steeplechase and carried on to win the race.

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Chase Auckland’s New Zealand Cup campaign may be over before it really got started.

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Southern trainer Alister Black has just enjoyed his most successful season and will have the majority of his best performers to call on again in the 2018/19 term.

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In our life after racing series we highlight standardbreds and their journey after racing. This time we chat to Katie Steffert who is the new owner of No Way Else who won eight races during his career, six for Arna Donnelly and two for Terry and Glenys Chmiel. 

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Alexandra Park bosses have guaranteed the huge stake increases promised for next season will go ahead even after one of the real estate developments on the property has been delayed.

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Harness briefs 31 July

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After making his U.S. debut with a 1:48.3 qualifying mile Saturday (July 28) at The Meadowlands, the next time New Zealand-bred pacer Lazarus emerges will be for real.

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