Trial and error led to success for Blue Eyed Suzie when she scored a deserved win at Ascot Park on Sunday.
Racing Minister Grant Robertson is launching a review into greyhound racing, saying he is not satisfied with the industry's work on animal welfare.
Veteran pacer Alexy wrote a record into the final chapter in the history of Forbury Park with his fast-finishing win at the track yesterday.
Disgraced former Canterbury harness racing trainer Mitchell Kerr has been banned for life after being found guilty of a range of charges based on the the duping of owners on both sides of the Tasman.
Some quick thinking more than five years ago continued to pay dividends for trainer Brent Shirley at Ascot Park on Saturday through the win of Tac Mac.
Rachael Blackmore made Grand National history by becoming the first female jockey to win the race as she steered Minella Times across the finishing line at Aintree on Saturday.
The last race meeting at Forbury Park will be well signposted but there is no guarantee all the remaining race dates will actually take place at the venue.
It will be a step down in class for Burlington when he lines up in the Waimate Cup at Oamaru tomorrow.
A big crowd turned up yesterday on a sunny Otago Anniversary Day for an afternoon of racing at Wingatui Racecourse in Mosgiel. Photographer Christine O’Connor headed along to capture the action.
Vintage Cheddar is on his way back to the scene of his brilliant New Zealand Cup Week double after scoring a deserved win in the Winton Cup on Saturday.
Dunedin’s 150-year-old Forbury Park trotting venue will soon be no more. But it was once the most popular place in town. No more so than during the exhilarating, surprising and record-breaking, 1965 Interdominion Championships.
Canterbury harness racing trainer Jesse Alford, who was allegedly caught injecting a substance into two horses, is now facing racing industry charges.
Trainer Graeme Anderson added to the long list of horses’ careers he has revitalised at Westwood Beach when Vin Scully scored at Oamaru yesterday.
Rider Jacob Lowry proved the difference that finally helped punters cash in on The Gift at Wingatui on Saturday.
Almost everyone wore a mask at the New Zealand Bloodstock Breeders’ Day at Wingatui, held under Covid-19 restrictions and excluding the public.
U May Cullect was at his stunning best when unleashing a sensational final 400m to beat a small but select free-for-all field at Winton yesterday.
Police are now investigating complaints of fraud against race horse trainer Mitchell Kerr allegedly involving hundreds of thousands of dollars.
WARNING: Distressing image. The British Horseracing Authority has barred Irish trainer Gordon Elliott from racing in Britain, pending an investigation in Ireland into a photograph of him sitting on a dead horse.