The body overseeing racing has already made a land grab for a Central Otago racetrack, it was alleged yesterday.
Powerful wins by 3yr-olds Love On The Rocks and As Sweet As Honey at Ascot Park yesterday came at just the right time.
A good problem has led to Canterbury trainer Mitchell Kerr lining up quality 3yr-olds A Taste Of Honey and Koenigsegg at Ascot Park today.
A new racing Bill passed into law this week makes any attempt to close down a racing club and take the land a long process.
Catching Otago’s star 3yr-olds Cracker Hill and Spirit Of St Louis looks an almost impossible task for their rivals at Ascot Park tomorrow.
A Canterbury harness racing trainer is facing an assault charge after an incident at the Kaikoura races in November.
Oamaru trainer Phil Williamson praised Dunedin veterinarian Peter Gillespie after Ultimate Stride made a brilliant return to racing at Ascot Park on Sunday.
Nearly 100 submissions have been made on the new racing calendar and it is now in the hands of the dates committee.
Forbury Park Trotting Club plans to fight for its future and will go to court to keep its racing dates if necessary.
Match fitness is the only concern Oamaru trainer Phil Williamson has about star trotter Ultimate Stride returning to racing at Ascot Park tomorrow.
A jockey has been disqualified for life after threatening to make a rival jockey, who was also his ex-partner, fall during a race at Riccarton.
Oamaru horseman Matthew Williamson added another chapter to his family’s rich harness racing legacy when training his first winner at Ascot Park on Saturday.
Champion reinsman Ricky May is set to make arguably the biggest comeback in New Zealand harness racing history when he drives at Addington on Friday night.
Champion reinsman Ricky May is set to make arguably the biggest comeback in New Zealand harness racing history when he drives at Addington on Friday.
The two fast-class trots at Ascot Park on Saturday were family affairs and not just because they were taken out by half-siblings Rydgemont Milly and Rydgemont Son.
Westwood beach pacer Celebrating prefers wide open spaces to the confines of the city, which will provide his biggest challenge before tomorrow’s Ascot Park meeting.