Westwood Beach trainer Graeme Anderson's big month can get even better at Oamaru today.
Tapanui trainers Nikki and Barry Blatch were rewarded for their keen eye for a horse when they produced Mr Intelligence and Superstition for upset wins at Oamaru yesterday.
Talented Southland mare Picture Me Rollin will start what trainer Jo-Anne Dalton hopes is a big season at Oamaru today.
Southland reinswoman Kirstin Barclay put on a driving master class and showed how her career in the sulky has gone full circle when winning both feature races on Riverton Cup day yesterday.
Cambridge filly Kali gave her rivals every opportunity to beat her when sitting three-wide without cover throughout the Barnswood Farm Classic on Saturday, but they could not get close.
Federal Attorney General Christian Porter says the footage of slaughtered racehorses revealed by the national broadcaster this week was "beyond terrible".
Cambridge trainer Tony Pike hopes Kali's bad luck will be over once the gates open for today's group 3 Barneswood Farm Classic at Ashburton.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has the chance to conquer the racing world before the All Blacks continue their World Cup quest against Ireland in Japan tomorrow.
Melbourne rider Stephen Baster is not fazed about Southern-bred galloper The Chosen One's wide draw in tomorrow's Caulfield Cup.
Racing writer Jonny Turner caught up with leading trainer-driver Mark Purdon before he steps out a stunning 16-horse team at Addington tonight.
Racing Australia's chief executive says he's "appalled" after an inquiry claimed that healthy Australian racehorses are being slaughtered in their thousands.
Mitchell Robertson made doubly sure of his first win as a trainer when he produced Vintage Beach and Touche for a quinella finish at Forbury Park last night.
Riccarton filly Miss Federer will attempt to extend her distance range when she clashes with North and South Island One Thousand Guineas hopefuls at Ashburton on Saturday.
Canterbury mare Sweet Mary gets the chance to start her season in style when she free- falls down the grades at Forbury Park tonight.
Australian trotter McLovin will have his own southern support crew when his Dunedin breeders, Daryl and Anne Trainor, are on hand for his New Zealand Cup carnival tilt.
All Stars pacer Chase Auckland kicked his New Zealand Cup preparation back in to gear and showed off his staying prowess to win the Methven Cup yesterday.
The New Zealand Cup could be the next aim for Nomen Ludi after his impressive win in the Winton Cup at Gore yesterday.
Canterbury trainer Mark Jones capped a big week when he produced two smart 3yr-old winners at Gore on Saturday.