Otago Daily Times: Racing News

Racing: Star Wingatui mares ready for group 1 test

Te Aroha could be the home away from home for two Wingatui mares shooting for group 1 glory on Saturday - just the other way around.

Racing: Venus Serena to hold court

Racing: Venus Serena to hold court

A first go at a standing start on race night should be no problem for Venus Serena - but the 30m handicap could be.

Racing matters: Out of step

It's been about 18 months since Harness Racing New Zealand issued a directive to the Racing Integrity Unit to stand down trotters only if they had caused interference or fell during a race - not if they break at the start.

Racing: Al Raza sitting pretty to make Jewels

Racing: Al Raza sitting pretty to make Jewels

It is just under two months until the Harness Jewels meeting is upon us again, this time at Ashburton.

Racing: Twin attack on Pick6

Matthew Cross could not quite bring home the loot for Otago Daily Times readers from the $150,000 Pick6 at Methven last week - but neither did anyone else.

Racing: Features on McKay's mind

Racing: Features on McKay's mind

Sally McKay thinks a lot of Indiana Pearl which is why the filly is on trial tomorrow at Ascot Park for bigger and better things.

Racing: Role of horses in WW1 to be commemorated

Terror To Love is known as one of the warhorses in modern harness racing - especially in New Zealand.

Racing: Otago RC vindicated by after NZTR release

The Otago Racing Club staff and committee feel vindicated after a formal investigation of the track by New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing following the abandoned meeting on March 7.

Racing: The further the better for Dalwhinnie

The best years could be yet to come for Dalwhinnie despite a powerful win at Wingatui on Monday.

Racing: Four more wins for versatile Gallant Guru

Racing: Four more wins for versatile Gallant Guru

White Robe Lodge sire Gallant Guru provided a reminder once again of his versatility with a haul of four winners at Wingatui yesterday.

Racing: Better manners pay off for Sunny Demon

Racing: Better manners pay off for Sunny Demon

Westwood Beach trainer Amber Hoffman is on the board on her own account.

Racing: Two codes double the action at Wingatui

Racing: Two codes double the action at Wingatui

Timy Tyler is about to face his stiffest test to date - but his trainer feels he is capable of making his mark.

Racing: Venus Serena steps up in style

Venus Serena made the step from age-group racing to the open-class mares with her win in the group 1 New Zealand Breeders Stakes at Addington last night.

Racing: Tips for the big pot

Winning a big wedge of money is not supposed to be easy.

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