Otago Daily Times: Racing News

Racing: Strong fields for Cromwell

Racing: Strong fields for Cromwell

Fears of smaller fields at Cromwell's Cup meeting on Sunday have been far from realised, with a bumper number of horses accepting for the Otago Racing Club's feature meeting.

Racing: New track generates positive feedback

Racing: New track generates positive feedback

Fast times have not been a problem at Oamaru harness meetings in recent times, but prepare for times to be even quicker from next month.

Racing: Out of sulky, into saddle

Racing: Out of sulky, into saddle

The sight of riders sitting on top of trotters could be more prevalent in the next few years.

Racing: Well-bred filly in White Robe draft likely to turn heads

White Robe Lodge will take three colts to the select sale at Karaka in late January - but it's the sole filly in the North Taieri stud's draft that could capture the attention.

Racing: Hill looks to big features

Racing: Hill looks to big features

Brendon Hill is understandably excited about the future of Dalton Bromac.

Racing: Move to tackle off-shore betting welcomed

A working group set up by the Minister for Racing to tackle the drain of off-shore betting has been welcomed by the New Zealand Racing Board.

Racing: Negus confident about pair

Racing: Negus confident about pair

Several questions will hopefully be answered for Bruce Negus when he takes Quick As A Trick and Delightful Dash to Timaru tomorrow.

Making his mach

Rory Mach, driven by Jonny Cox, is victorious in a 4yr-old and older c0 mobile pace at Forbury Park last night.

Racing: Rockin Cullen can repeat win

Racing: Rockin Cullen can repeat win

Try not to get caught up in the barrier draws in tonight's heat of the Forbury Park sprint series.

Racing: Heavy track Rudkin's only concern

Racing: Heavy track Rudkin's only concern

There should be no repeat of the traffic problems Karaka Jack encountered at Riccarton when the 6yr-old lines up in the open 1600m at Ascot Park today.

Racing: Good work from Cullens Spirit

Racing: Good work from Cullens Spirit

They might not look like half-brothers next to each other in the stalls but Rory Mach and Cullens Spirit had plenty in common at the Forbury Park trials yesterday.

Racing: Mungo Jerry overcomes adversity to win

Saturday's New Zealand Cup over 3200m could fairly be described as a war of attrition.

Racing: Bradley ends gr1 drought in Guineas

A decade of waiting for another group 1 win is over for Darryl Bradley - and it could not have come in a more appropriate year.

Racing: Jaccka Justy confounds the punters

Racing: Jaccka Justy confounds the punters

The horse who used to love going backwards is now going forwards at a rapid rate of knots.

Racing: 'It means a hell of a lot'

The greatest prize in New Zealand trotting is heading south.

Racing: Winning trainer 'gutted' by low numbers for race

Racing: Winning trainer 'gutted' by low numbers for race

Phoenix Warrior's brave win in the inaugural South Of The Waitaki race at Addington yesterday was tinged with frustration for his Makarewa trainer, Tony Barron.

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