Otago Daily Times: Racing News

Racing: Leave out trial winner Lewy Risk at your peril

Racing: Leave out trial winner Lewy Risk at your peril

Don't leave out Lewy Risk in the group 3 Rangiora Classic judging by his trial win on Monday.

Racing: From the West Coast

Home again . . .

Before you ask - yes, I had a lovely week away, thanks.

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

Racing: Matt Smith's two minute racing tips

Otago Daily Times racing reporter Matt Smith gives his tips for the weekend.

Racing: Mare finds happy hunting ground

Racing: Mare finds happy hunting ground

The Lion Queen has been on safari looking for her first win.

Racing: Good news keeps coming for gelding

Brian Anderton admits to having a bit of a soft spot for News Flash - and not just because the gelding has now won five races for Anderton and his wife, Lorraine.

Racing: Williams seeking to make Hay with trio

Racing: Williams seeking to make Hay with trio

A trio of Jan Hay-trained horses gives Kylie Williams plenty of chances to get back into a winning groove at Oamaru today.

Racing: Tendon injury prompts retirement of 'good, genuine mare'

The breeding barn beckons for one of Otago's leading mares after a tendon injury last week.

Racing: Six of one ... Anderson weighs two cup chances

Racing: Six of one ... Anderson weighs two cup chances

It was not quite game, set and match for Graeme Anderson when asked to figure out his best chance in the Winton Businesses Cup tomorrow.

Racing: Hope's dreams realised with Mossdale Conner

Nobody is going to argue with Greg Hope now.

Racing: SI sale takes a hit

The South Island sale has already taken a hit in its relatively new slot in April.

Racing: Meeting moved from Wingatui

The Otago Racing Club meeting scheduled for Wingatui on April 22 has been transferred to Oamaru as New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing and the club plan a further inspection of the track.

Racing: Many Clouds triumphs in Grand National

Racing:  Many Clouds triumphs in Grand National

Jockey Leighton Aspell and owner Trevor Hemmings celebrated Grand National history as the Oliver Sherwood-trained Many Clouds courageously triumphed in the 168th edition of Aintree's famous steeplechase.

Williamson opts for Tas Man Bromac

Williamson opts for Tas Man Bromac

The length of time it took Nathan Williamson to decide on his Southern Supremacy drive tells you a lot about the chances of Statham and Tas Man Bromac tomorrow.

Racing: Feather Boyz backs up win

Feather Boyz just keeps getting better and is becoming a pleasant surprise for trainer Eian Lamb.

Racing: Winning combo looking to make it three from three

Girl power is back in vogue for Belle Miraaj and Samantha Wynne at Riccarton tomorrow.

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