Father and daughter combination Clark and Ellie Barron rolled out an impressive filly at Winton yesterday in winning debutante Feelthejoy.
Henry Hubert left himself with an important work-on as he sprinted to a front-running victory in the Hannon Memorial Free-For-All at Oamaru yesterday.
Cheers could be heard across the country after Mr McLaren raced to victory at Ascot Park yesterday.
Brad Williamson started his season in style yesterday and showed his team is on song for his hometown’s biggest day of harness racing.
Brent Barclay joined an elite group of Southland reinsmen to drive 800 winners at Ascot Park yesterday with a winning treble.
Carter Dalgety made the start to his career all drivers dream of when winning his racetrack debut at Oamaru on Sunday.
Trainer Doug McLachlan did not have too many people to thank after producing Brigadier’s Son to win at Young Quinn Raceway yesterday.
After putting a tumultuous season behind him, Gore harness racing trainer Shane Matheson started the new term off in grand style with the win of Harry H at Ascot Park yesterday.
Dunedin-born trainer Amber Hoffman claimed the last honours from 111 years of racing at Forbury Park after the track was given a rousing farewell on Thursday night.
Kirsten Barclay bagged a goodbye win last night at the track where her successful harness racing career began, ahead of Forbury Park’s coming closure.
Forbury Park stalwart Ray Hanson continued a 35-year association with the Williamson family with the win of Dem Bones Dem Bones on her home track last night.
Tony Stratford's eye for a quality weanling resulted in him completing a rare hat-trick with the debut win of Cherokee Jack at Ascot Park on Saturday.
Nathan Williamson brought up a significant milestone in one of the last meetings at Forbury Park when notching his 900th win as a driver last night.
No other person in New Zealand racing is in the position Sarah O’Reilly has found herself in going into tonight’s meeting at Forbury Park.
Invercargill trotter Mr Olympus added to the mark the Shirley family has made at Forbury Park when he won at massive $122 odds at the Dunedin track last night.
Michael House celebrated almost a year as a Southland trainer by producing a winning treble at Ascot Park on Saturday.
You're So Fine delivered a career highlight for trainer Brett Gray with his national-record-breaking performance in the group 2 Diamond Creek Farm Stakes at Ascot Park yesterday.
Some quick thinking more than five years ago continued to pay dividends for trainer Brent Shirley at Ascot Park on Saturday through the win of Tac Mac.
Vintage Cheddar is on his way back to the scene of his brilliant New Zealand Cup Week double after scoring a deserved win in the Winton Cup on Saturday.
Rider Jacob Lowry proved the difference that finally helped punters cash in on The Gift at Wingatui on Saturday.