15 April 2020

Q is for Queen of Hearts

How appropriate that in December the “Queen” of Alexandra Park Belle of Montana should win the Group One Queen of Hearts for the fillies and mares.

14 April 2020

P is for Peter Wolfenden

Peter Wolfenden won four New Zealand Cups, six Auckland Cups and five Rowe Cups and has reined home more than 1700 winners.

13 April 2020

O is for O'Reilly

March 31 2019 and Ideal Invasion sweeps down the outside of the Mt Harding Racecourse at Methven to win at odds of ten-to-one.

12 April 2020

N is for Negus

Who doesn’t love the story of an underdog achieving amazing things with a horse that truly captured the hearts of the racing public and beyond?

11 April 2020

M is for Master

Why feature one Master when you can highlight three?

10 April 2020

L is for Lyell Creek

At the beginning New Zealand’s best ever trotter Lyell Creek seemed destined for anything but greatness.

9 April 2020

K is for Kaikoura

With its back straight running adjacent to the Pacific Ocean, the South Bay Racecourse at Kaikoura has been hailed as one of the most scenic racing venues anywhere.

8 April 2020

J is for Just An Excuse

Just An Excuse completed a remarkable New Zealand Cup run for driver Todd Mitchell.

7 April 2020

I is for Inky Lord

Like his Sire and Grandsire before him, Inky Lord was a New Zealand Cup champion and very much an Addington crowd favourite.