Westwood Beach pacer Celebrating overcame a mid-race mistake to produce a stunning win from a seemingly hopeless position at Wingatui yesterday.
Invercargill mare Picture Me Rollin packed too many punches for her opposition, striding out to a two-length victory in yesterday’s Beaumont Cup.
How keen Waikouaiti mare Kiwi Crusher is to race in the feature trot at Wingatui today could decide her winning chances.
A change of plans in response to the Covid-19 pandemic led to Southland trainer Robert Dennis scoring his first stakes success with Out Of The Park in the South Island Thoroughbred Breeders’ Stakes...
The prospect of rain is the big hurdle in front of Canterbury galloper Son Of Maher as he attempts to break a frustrating run of outs in today’s Beaumont Cup (1600m).
Unlucky White Robe Lodge placegetter Belle Fascino will get her chance to put the record straight in the South Island Thoroughbred Breeders’ Stakes at Riccarton tomorrow.
Emerging pacer Heroes Square will face the toughest test of his short career when he starts from a wide draw in tonight’s Flying Stakes at Addington.
The Forbury Park Trotting Club has been busy making sure the province’s first spectator-less race meeting will be a success.
It was a case of new horse and new driver, but same result when Spankem’s owners enjoyed back-to-back victories in the Kindergarten Stakes at Wyndham on Saturday.
Forget the Highlanders — Otago’s squaregaiting squad is the province’s team to follow after it produced brilliant results over the weekend.
Riverton trainer Kelvin Tyler is hoping for a repeat of his last trip to Trentham when he lines up Feel The Rush in the New Zealand Oaks today.
Leading trainers Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen will attempt to win their seventh Kindergarten Stakes in eight years at Wyndham today.
Trainer-driver Nathan Williamson has both youth and experience among his three-pronged attack on tomorrow’s Wyndham Cup.
The magic touch of leading rider Chris Johnson helped Mr Intelligence bounce back to form in the Wyndham Cup at Gore yesterday.
Northern Southland Cup day turned into the Tim Williams show when the Rolleston reinsman won three of the four feature races at Ascot Park on Saturday.
There will be no plan B when leading New Zealand hope A G’s White Socks starts from barrier 1 in tonight’s Miracle Mile.
Canterbury trainer Robert Dunn has his Interdominion stars primed to run big races at today’s Northern Southland Cup day meeting at Ascot Park.