Jackie Jones has played the waiting game with Cleo Layne -
and the reward came yesterday.
The smile as Hayley Bennet returned to the birdcage at Omakau
yesterday was 11 years in the making.
The Cromwell Cup could be the coming of age for Dr Dee Bee
and Toni Direen tomorrow.
Winton trainer Sophie Price would love it if her hot streak
with Omakau continued today.
Otago Daily Times racing/sports reporter Matt Smith cast
his eye over the important - and the not so important -
matters in the racing industry.
Roc Leone is ready for take two at Wingatui after another big
win at the Wingatui jumpouts yesterday.
It might be early days yet, but the Riccarton track has
passed its first test after sand slitting was completed
around the track.
The campaign to keep Basketball Otago from going into
liquidation edged $5000 closer to its goal after a
fundraising match at the Edgar Centre on Saturday.
Invercargill driver Craig Ferguson took driving honours - and
the Wyndham Cup - at Wyndham on Saturday.
What an average month or two it has been for harness racing
and greyhound racing in Australia.
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