Canterbury galloper Camino Rocoso delivered a carbon copy of his win in last year’s Cromwell Cup to score back-to-back victories in the 2030m feature yesterday.
He is not too good at walking, but he can certainly run which Bluey’s Chance showed by winning the Clare Memorial Cup at Cromwell yesterday.
Horse numbers are up by more than 60% and, although the club received only half what it wanted, it is planning on a successful day.
It was hardly a nervous wait for Waikato reinsman Peter Ferguson when his 2000th driving win approached as Milliondollarmonkey coasted up the Oamaru straight to win on Saturday.
The Waikouaiti Racing Club is not sitting on its hands and moping after being forced to move its racing day.
Sundees Son shone brightly at Addington yesterday, leaving his rivals chasing his shadow when he won the fastest running of the Dominion with perfect poise.
Oamaru trotter Cracker Hill has raised more questions than he has answered leading into today’s group 1 Dominion at Addington after his final lead-up event.
Champion trainers Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen took a chance with Self Assured and it paid off when the star pacer exploded away from his opposition at Addington yesterday to seal his trainers...
Richie McCaw gave two WW2 veterans a ride to Christchurch's Addington Raceway in his helicopter today - dropping them off in front of thousands of Cup Day racegoers.
In a year of unknowns, Spankem is set to offer punters some certainty when he seeks redemption in the New Zealand Cup at Addington today.
Victorian owners Merv and Meg Butterworth will take winning form into the New Zealand Cup after enjoying success at Ascot Park yesterday with Prince Envy.
It will be a case of the calm before the storm at Ascot Park tomorrow as the nation counts down with its final meeting before the New Zealand Cup on Tuesday.
The cause of Anthony Van Dyck's fatal Melbourne Cup injury isn't expected to be known for weeks, the sport's governing body Racing Victoria says.