Otago Daily Times: Racing News

Racing: Syndicate a real pearl

Racing: Syndicate a real pearl

It is tough for any owner in the racing industry to get one win.

Racing: Wynne straight back into it

Racing: Wynne straight back into it

There is a good reason why Samantha Wynne has not added to her lead in the South Island apprentice jockeys' premiership before today's Oamaru Jockey Club meeting at Oamaru.

Racing: Stop right now ...

There were no winners from the abandonment of race 2 at Forbury Park last week after Janet's Passion fell with 1100m to go - that much is obvious.

Racing: Victory vindicates breeding decision

Racing: Victory vindicates breeding decision

Wellington breeder Reg Caldow is a student of bloodlines.

Racing: Black's team of three all worth a look

Racing: Black's team of three all worth a look

Invercargill trainer Alister Black does not like to muck around when he travels to Forbury Park.

Racing: Maturity telling factor

Racing: Maturity telling factor

Redwood Invasion's brain is catching up to his body, his trainer, Robbie Holmes, believes.

Racing: Dream About Me brilliant in Oaks

Wonder filly Dream About Me is looking more like her close relation, Adore Me, every day.

Racing: Better B Chevron appeals in fillies' and mares' race

Racing: Better B Chevron appeals in fillies' and mares' race

Do not throw your last $5 on Better B Chevron to be at the Harness Jewels next month, even if she wins at Oamaru tomorrow.

Racing: Andertons mulling over High Forty start

It might have felt like the kitchen had flooded on the Riverton racecourse in the last few days, but it seems High Forty will have to carry the kitchen sink if he starts in tomorrow's $20,000 Great Western Steeplechase.

Harness racing: Nalah Franco wins on debut

Harness racing: Nalah Franco wins on debut

If the progeny of Falcon Seelster mare Naples Franco want to win a race, they should come to Forbury Park.

Racing: Consistent Williamson can add to top tally

Racing: Consistent Williamson can add to top tally

There might not be a One Over Kenny or a Springbank Richard floating around Phil Williamson's Totara stables right now.

Racing: Flick of ears caught Barron's attention

Racing: Flick of ears caught Barron's attention

A flick of the ears was enough to pique Tony Barron's interest in Cullen Who in March.

Racing: Hoffman shifting training base to Waikouaiti

Otago horsewoman Amber Hoffman describes her move to Waikouaiti as her chance for "one last crack'' in the horse training industry.

Racing: All Stars Stabledominant again

Racing: All Stars Stabledominant again

Two rich age-group races at Addington on Saturday, two All Stars Stables trifectas.

Racing: Pegarose provides thrill for breeders

Racing: Pegarose provides thrill for breeders

Owning a winning racehorse is a great feeling.

Racing: Rain just what was needed for Tyler’s runners

Rain this week was a welcome sight for Riverton trainer Kelvin Tyler before tomorrow's Wairio Cup meeting at Winton.

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