No-one knows what it is like to train a champion trotter as well as Tim Butt does.
La Diosa is ready to take on the best that the North Island fillies can throw at her in tomorrow’s $300,000 New Zealand 1000 Guineas at Riccarton.
Balcairn greyhound trainers Jean and Dave Fahey have turned the New Zealand Cup into their own.
Fame is a fleeting beast.
Sam Spratt is becoming the Coupland's queen.
Samantha Wynne's mind was on the job with First Serve in the Canterbury Breeders Stakes yesterday.
Pacers just do not win the New Zealand Trotting Cup by 10 lengths.
Jacob Lowry might be in the best shape of his short career as a jockey.
Methven master Ricky May was back to his driving peak at Addington yesterday.
A year ago, Phil Kennard was blown away by the performance of Lazarus in the Sires' Stakes Final.
The All Stars Stables' chances of going back-to-back-to-back in today's group 1 Sires' Stakes Final are not in their hands for once.
Rolleston training maestro Mark Purdon was already fairly confident with Lazarus leading into today's New Zealand Trotting Cup.
When it comes to Monbet, a bad draw usually only means a better dividend.
There will be plenty of nerves in the moments before starter Peter Lamb calls "right" to start tomorrow’s New Zealand Trotting Cup.
As a plan B goes, winning a listed sprint at Riccarton is not a bad fall-back scheme.
Mark Purdon pauses then smiles as he reels off the list of drivers for Saturday morning work at All Stars Stables’ Rolleston base.
Ugo Foscolo’s all-the-way win in Saturday’s New Zealand 2000 Guineas meant plenty to his Cambridge trainer, Stephen Marsh.
A rapid-fire First Serve should be booming down the Riccarton straight to victory in the $50,000 Pegasus Stakes today.
Matt smith gives a run down of a week in racing.
Sticking to a tried and true Te Akau method has already paid off for Heroic Valour and Hall Of Fame a day before the gates open for the $400,000 New Zealand 2000 Guineas at Riccarton.