Lorraine Nolan will be remembered as a history-maker – the first woman to train a New Zealand Cup winner.
Harness Racing New Zealand would like to pass on its condolences to the families of three members of our harness racing community who have died recently.
Trevor Beaton is being remembered as a passionate supporter of harness racing who will be sorely missed.
Former Harness Racing New Zealand chairman and long-time trainer Pat O’Brien is being remembered as a “passionate” advocate for the sport.
Shock and grief reverberated through the entire industry on Wednesday when word spread that South Auckland horseman Revell Douglas had died in the most tragic of circumstances.
After nearly 50 years’ involvement in the harness racing industry in this country Sam Ballantyne has died in Christchurch, aged 74.
Awarded the New Zealand Order of Merit for his services to harness racing in 2012, respected breeder, owner and administrator Jim Wakefield has died in Christchurch, aged 87 .
Well known and highly successful breeder Heather Williams’ life will be celebrated at a special service next week, following her death after a short illness.
Harness racing lost one of its best reporters and analysts with the passing of long time Press trotting editor Jeff Scott.