No Nashville should mean no worries for Elfee in tomorrow’s Oamaru Cup.
Leading trainer Andrew Forsman has given a glowing report on his trio of classy mares leading into the Opunake Cup at New Plymouth today.
Invercargill trainer Shannon Armour's first training win at Forbury Park last night will be impossible to forget.
It was hard not to be impressed with Racing Minister Winston Peters' address to the industry in Invercargill on Wednesday night.
The Canterbury Jockey Club is welcoming the announcement that an all-weather track is to be built in the South Island.
An all-weather racing track is set to be built in the South Island, Racing Minister Winston Peters told the southern racing industry in Invercargill last night.
Tonight's Forbury Park races could be a key factor in deciding this season's Otago trainers' premiership.
Star export Lazarus has adapted well to his new North American surroundings and remains on track for the lofty goals his new owners have set for him.
A chaotic running of the Sunshine Sprint in Brisbane on Saturday night produced a brilliant result for Southern-breds.
Central Districts gallopers Red Sierra and Dez boosted their Winter Cup chances with wins at Trentham on Saturday.
Grand Otago-bred stayer Wise Men Say booked a trip to Riccarton to contest the Grand National Steeplechase by winning the Wellington Steeplechase on Saturday.
The Energizer could not have been more impressive when winning his last outing before the Grand National Hurdles yesterday.
Morrinsville horsewoman Alecia Harrison was crowned the New Zealand Junior Driver Championship winner at Addington last night.
Gore jumper Tai Ho's Grand National Steeplechase preparation will be determined by his performance in today's open steeplechase at Timaru.
Perfect planning helped Morrinsville reinswoman Alicia Harrison take an early lead in the New Zealand Junior Drivers Championship at Forbury Park last night.
Southland Racing Club president Sean Bellew has urged John Messara to recommend changes to the racing calendar to ensure the survival of Southern racing.