On a day of firsts at Wingatui, Princess Brook's victory in
the 1400m maiden could be the most important of all.
Josh Clark knows every curve, every rise and every slow zone
on the highway between Dunedin and Oamaru.
The abandonment of the Ashburton gallops meeting on Saturday
was unfortunate. The subsequent abandonment of the meeting on
Monday was frustrating at best.
Mauritius is known for its beautiful beaches and for being a
popular holiday destination.
Kelvin Tyler has enjoyed plenty of success through ex-North
Island gallopers, and he is hoping that continues at Wingatui
John Guthrie might still be waiting for that one champion on
the racetrack but the greyhound industry has decided the man
himself is a champion off it.
The wait for an elusive first win as a jockey is over for
Taieri teenager Jake Lowry.
In sport, pedigree only takes you so far.
One of Southland's most exciting trotters starts his season
at Winton tomorrow - but there could be much more around the
Sandra Keen is
fulfilling the wishes of her late husband Colin on the
greyhound track - and she's doing one heck of a job of it.
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