Popular harness racing figure Alan Wilson was remembered at Forbury Park yesterday.
Returning star Pat’s Delight gave his rivals a pacing lesson in the Tuapeka Cup at Forbury Park yesterday.
Enjoying themselves at the Tuapeka Harness Racing Club’s meeting in Dunedin yesterday are (from left) Beau Jones (2), Sophia Harvey (9), Jenny Wilson, her sister-in-law Debbie Wilson, Arlo...
Harness Jewels-winning pacer Pat’s Delight is set to start a hot favourite in tomorrow’s Tuapeka Cup at Forbury Park.
More than 900 submissions have been received on the Messara report into New Zealand racing but what happens next is unclear.
I never thought I would say this, but Ashburton is the place to be this long weekend. It has an excellent card of gallops racing on Saturday and the harness racing on Monday looks just as good.
The Forbury Park Trotting Club announced a deficit of almost $250,000 at its annual meeting last night.
Aimee Tyler scored her first win as a trainer at what may prove to be an historic Winton Cup meeting yesterday.
The South Island campaign of leading northern pacer Star Galleria, who is preparing for the New Zealand Cup, is finally set to begin in the Methven Cup tomorrow.
Tomorrow's Winton Cup meeting will be a day to remember for Woodlands horseman Robert Dennis no matter the result.
From a $A14 million sprint to a 3000m grass-track cup, there is everything a racing fan could possibly want on offer this weekend.
Wingatui mare The Precious One showed she could be in for a massive spring with an emphatic win at Riccarton on Tuesday.
Frankie Dettori rode odds-on favourite Enable to a second straight victory in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe after fending off a late charge from Sea of Class at Paris Longchamp yesterday.
Mosgiel trotter Pres The Belle did not just win at Ascot Park on Saturday, she absolutely bolted in.
The New Zealand thoroughbred industry was hit with the abandonment of two race meetings over the weekend.
Leading Wingatui mares Princess Brook and The Precious One are aiming for winning returns at Riccarton today.
The Government should help fund the construction of all-weather tracks in New Zealand, a meeting of South Island racing representatives was told in Oamaru yesterday.