For the final A-Z here is one which is both A and Z: A for Aussie and Z for Zavitsanos.
The first New Zealand Cup for the new millennium and Yulestar creates history at Addington.
The obvious candidate for X is X-ray, and equine x-rays are commonplace in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of ailments and injuries.
Westport must be the only place where a pound of whitebait is dished out to the winning driver and trainer. But it sums up what racing in the district is all about.
A trotter with speed to burn, Vodka was a history-maker.
As a horse U Scott was compact, handsome and black, as a sire he produced two of the modern day greats Caduceus and Highland Fling.
Why have one T when you can have two? Terror To Love and owner Terry McDonald were always a double act, and together they had a history-equalling run in the New Zealand Cup.
Simply put, Sundon was a stud.
“Robby the free-legged pacer” sounds like a title of a children’s book.