Multiple Group 1 winning trainer-driver Neil Brady has died in Dubbo, New South Wales.
Ian Dobson, one of harness racing’s most successful owners of all time, died this morning in Christchurch on his 90th birthday.
After being involved with horses for 75 years, Ron McEwan passed away in Invercargill earlier this week after battling Parkinsons disease and dementia for the last few years. Ron was due to celebrate his 89th birthday next week.
After being involved in training for more than 50 years, Ken Dixon has died in Christchurch after a battle with cancer.
Tony Dickinson, the key figure behind the "Alta" racehorses, is being remembered as a man who "loved breeding and had invaluable knowledge".
A popular and successful trainer for over 30 years, Maurice O'Leary is being remembered as a "genuine type of guy" with very high standards.
After a harness racing career that spanned nearly 40 years, former Pukekohe-based trainer Jeff Crouth has died in Northland.
Harness racing historian Peter Craig is being remembered as someone who made a massive contribution to the sport on both sides of the Tasman.
Tony Parker is being remembered as an iconic breeder, owner and veterinarian surgeon.