Not many learned followers of the Forbury Park harness
meetings would have been surprised to see He's Talking step
away in race 5 last night like a veteran.
All Black and Highlanders halfback Aaron Smith says he is in
no hurry to leave Dunedin and its special lifestyle.
Aaron Smith might be arguably the No 1 halfback in the world
but he is not resting on his laurels.
The Albion Cricket Club's rooms at Culling Park will be
renamed the Warwick Larkins Pavilion to honour the club's
Two words - or a name to be precise - should set punters'
minds at rest with Titan Banner at Forbury Park
A story about the Central Courage Syndicate involves plenty
Brendon McCullum's reputation on the cricket ovals of the
world has been built on aggression and risk-taking.
Former Wingatui trainer Paul Richards is getting rather
familiar with second placings.
The Harness Racing New Zealand awards on Saturday didn't
spring too many surprises.
There is no rest at the start of the new season for Samantha
Wynne, but the Irish-bred jockey would not have it any other
way as she travels to Oamaru today.
HRV CRV Sport is the winner
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