Months after cheating death, Tiger Tara ran to a stunning Interdominion Pacing Final victory in Melbourne on Saturday night.
Gore trainer Ellis Winsloe is spoilt for choice with Accidental Offside who won the open sprint at Ascot Park on Saturday.
Tornado Valley capped his incredible rise from the middle grades of Canterbury racing to the top of Australasia’s trotting ranks by winning the $A150,000 (NZ$158,475) Interdominion Trotting Final...
El Gladiador became the first of White Robe Lodge stallion Ghibellines’ progeny to become a winner when he crossed the line at Wingatui yesterday.
This week is shaping up to be a big one for Western Southland trainer Stephen Blair-Edie.
Canterbury stayer Sulcifera could be aimed at the Wellington Cup if she performs well at Wingatui today.
Rider Corey Campbell is set to show his worth in the saddle on the South's most popular raceday tomorrow.
Interdominion queen Natalie Rasmussen has not let Cruz Bromac's second-line draw dampen her enthusiasm for tomorrow night's Interdominion pacing final.
When Blarney Babe won the Matt "The Battler" Saunders Mobile Pace at Ascot Park on Saturday, the prize money went straight back to the race’s sponsors.
Spankem and Cruz Bromac’s brilliant final-round Interdominion heat wins have left Natalie Rasmussen with a tough call to make on which horse to drive in next week’s $A500,000 final.
Gore trotter War Admiral impressed when running to the most comfortable of victories at Forbury Park last night.
A big last-start effort has War Admiral primed for success at Forbury Park tonight.
It might sound a little corny, but there is just so much going on in racing at the moment.
Well-travelled galloper Kaharau showed he still has plenty of life left in his old legs when winning the Cromwell Cup yesterday.
Australian jockey Jake Bayliss got a painful winning bonus after riding Xcuses Xcuses to win at Cromwell yesterday.
Brothers from different mothers took out the Brothers In Arms drivers series at Oamaru on Saturday.
Yaldhurst trainers Michael and Matthew Pitman have put their faith in apprentice Kavish Chowdhoory for tomorrow’s Cromwell Cup meeting. Chowdhoory will claim 4kg off leading Cromwell Cup hope Elfee.
Oamaru reinsman Matthew Williamson probably does not need another brother.
Canterbury pacer Ive Already Told You provided Prodigal Seelster with his first win as a sire at Forbury Park last night.
The Interdominions are upon us and they look to be one of the strangest yet. Just six New Zealand horses will contest the Melbourne series that starts at Melton tomorrow night.