The Harness Jewels will return next year with reduced prize money and will be raced on a Sunday.
The road to the winner’s circle has been a long and challenging one for trainer Paul Andrews, but he finally made it when Tad Lincoln won yesterday.
Interdominion pacing winner Ultimate Sniper won the horse of the year award at the Harness Racing New Zealand awards at a small function at Addington last night.
Classy 4yr-old Pembrook Playboy earned himself a shot at the big leagues with a highly impressive effort to down a classy field at Winton yesterday.
The racing fraternity in the South Island cannot sit on its hands and wait to see how synthetic tracks perform in the North Island, New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing chief executive Bernard Saundry...
Talented but quirky mare Chookie’s Girl headed a home-track treble for trainers Brian and Shane Anderton at Wingatui yesterday.
Trainer-driver Peter Hunter flourished his whip as he passed the winning post to notch a special win with Wattlebank Lass at Ascot Park yesterday.
Horses will now be traced from birth to well into retirement as rules involving thoroughbreds and their welfare are tightened.
Waikouaiti trainer Amber Hoffman heads to Ascot Park today with a big team packed full of winning chances.
An Otago-raised Canterbury horse trainer who died of cancer on Sunday had lost his house in a fire a week earlier.
Racing will return to Forbury Park today for the first time in more than five months as the dogs stretch their legs.
Canterbury trainer James Dunn added to the incredible mark his family has made in harness racing when scoring his first win at Oamaru yesterday.
Southern speedster Chinese Whisper will be the talk of Kurow Cup day if he can keep his manners in check for the third consecutive start tomorrow.