Ideal Robyn put his injury woes well and truly behind him when winning at Winton yesterday.
Southern harness racing fans were promised a glimpse of one of trotting’s greats at Ascot Park yesterday and Sundees Son did not disappoint.
Brad Williamson notched the first training treble of his career, dominating the trotting events at Cromwell yesterday in typical Williamson style.
The White Robe Lodge training partnership of Brian and Shane Anderton reached win No 1000 together when Phyllite was successful at Riverton on Saturday. Jonny Turner talks to Brian about his and son Shane’s seasons together.
After producing the grittiest of Roxburgh Cup victories, trainer Brett Gray revealed it is not just Memphis Tennessee who has had to be tough.
The king is coming.
Johnny Mac sped to victory in yesterday’s Gore Cup to deliver Tyler Dewe a harness racing career highlight tinged with sadness.
An impressive performance in the Wairio Cup has Keep On Dreaming primed for the Gore Cup tomorrow.
In just his fourth start for Balfour trainer Robert Wilson, the 4yr-old strung out a quality feature-trot field, leading by as much 15 lengths in the middle stages before he kept on charging to the line to record a brilliant victory.
Cromwell breeder-owner Lester Smith already had a smart broodmare on his hands before her resume got bumped up a level with the outstanding win of Duke Of Cornwall at Young Quinn Raceway yesterday.
As he cruised to victory at Winton yesterday, The High Commander gave away no hints that he had tested the patience of trainer Brett Gray.
Family and friends watched as Matthew Williamson joined the elite group of reinsmen to have won 1000 races in New Zealand when he drove Ariella to victory on the track where it all began, at Oamaru...
Invercargill trainer Shannon Armour continued her great record with a cheap buy when Nyla scored at Wingatui yesterday.
Two of the veterans of the Ascot Park training ranks produced impressive winners on their home track yesterday.
Harry Stamper’s rivals faced harness racing Armageddon when the trotter loomed ominously on the home turn in his impressive winning debut at Winton yesterday.
Balfour trainer Robert Wilson’s skilled hand with a trotter resulted in him notching his 50th career victory after he produced Willangus Lad and One Two Menny to win at Winton yesterday.
After travelling a long road to the winner’s circle, junior driver Kaleb Bublitz made the day he drove his first winner one to remember at Ascot Park yesterday.
Kirstin Barclay produced yet another brilliant training and driving performances as Paddyproudfoot announced his return to racing with victory in the Tuapeka Cup on Sunday.
Bob Butt’s patience continued to pay off when Mighty Flying Rocker continued his varied career with victory at Oamaru yesterday.
Nathan Williamson continued to pay back owner Dayle Kinzett for his babysitting duties two decades ago with the win of Get Up N Dance at Ascot Park at Invercargill on Saturday.