The feature meeting of the Otago Racing Club's season was
abandoned on Saturday due to concerns about the track after
Rolleston reinsman Blair Orange brought up career win No 1000
when he drove Change Time to victory in race 2 at the New
Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club's meeting at Addington
A quick look at B D Windermere's form line and her recent
rivals should fill punters with confidence going into the
Southern Belle Speed Series heat at Wyndham tomorrow.
An early-race gallop by Anothersuperstar was forgiven when
she sprinted up the passing lane to win the c1-c3 handicap
trot for Tapanui trainer Alan Shaw.
The mastery of Dexter Dunn was on show once again at Forbury
Park last night, and this time Tisbury trainer Kirstin
Barclay was the beneficiary.
She might have age on her side but New Years Jay is a
relative novice compared to her rivals in the group 2 premier
mares' championship at Addington tonight.
Southland mare Sucre is ready to shed the bridesmaid's tag
and deliver a farewell present to her jockey at the same time
at Wingatui tomorrow.
The sheer amount of racing in this part of the world this
weekend means we won't really have the space to preview the
Victoria Cup from Melton on Saturday night.
Heard The Whisper has had a change of ownership and expect a
change in driving tactics at Forbury Park tonight as well.
A canny pair of horsemen have found the best in
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