Southern filly Seaswift Joy tightened her vice-like grip on this season’s Southland Oaks with another impressive win at Wyndham yesterday.
Liz Hodson’s short-term employment at White Robe Lodge in 1975 turned into an association with the stud and training operation of more than 40 years.
Otago jockey Courtney Barnes is in a strong position to fend off the challenge of the northern raiders tomorrow, Gore Guineas day.
Wild and wet weather could make the Gore Guineas formbook more handy for lighting the fire than turning up a winner.
Jonny Turner gives his perspective on a certain racing story.
Clock watchers at the Wingatui jump-outs will need to be patient to get a return from an impressive 2yr-old sighted yesterday.
Southland trainer-driver Kirk Larsen heads to the Wyndham trots today a relieved man.
Temuka trainer Brent White looks poised to break his record for most wins in a season.
Ladbrooks trainer Dean Taylor's racing team heads to Timaru today in search of win No501.
Former rugby player-turned-horse trainer Matt Saunders is adding further merit to the claim that he is a true blue Highlander.
Roxburgh junior driver Genevieve Crawford has celebrated another milestone away from racing.
Team Pitman is off to the big show.
Wild West Coast weather has put an end to a successful trip for Wingatui trainer Steve Tyler.
Cousins Tom Bagrie and John Dunn head to today’s Nelson trots with vastly different approaches.
Jonny Turner mulls over an unexpectedly busy week.
Costa Del Magnifico is back, big time.
Right now, this season's harness racing drivers' premiership is made for the sport's diehard fans.
Consistent form and good manners were the key to two Ashburton raiders winning at Oamaru yesterday.
Exciting pacer The Big Boss gets another chance to show his best in the Northern Southland Summer Cup at Ascot Park today.
Jonny Cox is following in the steps of his employer, Mark Purdon, at Oamaru today, just on a slightly different scale.