Oamaru trotter Majestic Man is set to find himself in the middle of Australasia’s trotting showdown of the season.
White Robe Lodge has sent a diverse team north as it attempts to continue a strong history of success at the national yearling sales at Karaka.
The hot form of Riverton trainers Kelvin and Aimee Tyler and rider Kozzi Asano continued on Saturday when Lightning Jack produced a flying finish to narrowly win the Gore Guineas.
Canterbury pacer A G’s White Socks has taken out one of Australasian harness racing’s premier races less than a month after being involved in one of its most shocking recent moments.
Leading South Island stayer Dee And Gee will need to be at the top of her game to score a cups double in today’s Wellington Cup.
Riccarton speedster Miss Federer heads a strong line-up of fillies that outnumbers the colts and geldings 10 to three in tomorrow’s listed Gore Guineas.
Canterbury reinsman Tim Williams made the most of his catch drive behind Heisenberg to guide him to win yesterday’s Central Otago Cup in New Zealand-record time.
A strong feature meeting at Gore tomorrow follows on from the brilliant racing in the South over the Christmas and New Year period. Here are some of the races on offer.
Oamaru mare Zoned Scarlett was in the mood to run and she made her rivals pay in the feature trot at Ascot Park yesterday.
The cancellation of this year’s Kumara Gold Nuggets could work in the favour of northern galloper Kaharau tomorrow.
Omakau racegoers and the wider harness racing community got a frightening reminder last week that racing horses is just a sport that pales into insignificance when compared with health and...
Southland pacer Stingray Tara will attempt to fly his family’s flag at the Northern Southland Trotting Club meeting at Ascot Park today.
Canterbury driver Samantha Ottley set a perfect tempo to help Southland mare I'mallaboutthebase win the Cromwell Cup.
Champion reinsman Ricky May has delivered instructions from his hospital bed to fellow driver Carl Markham, who will fill in for him behind Missie Castleton at Timaru today.
Punters who think Canterbury mare Nemera Franco looks like a winner on paper may need to approach today’s Cromwell meeting with caution.
A raft of changes led to the Le Lievre family celebrating Enchantee’s win in the Roxburgh Cup on Saturday.
Dunedin teacher Mike Love taught his rival drivers a lesson when his patient tactics paid off with favourite Rah De Rah in race 2 at Roxburgh on Saturday.