A significant oil spill on an already wet track brought a slightly early end to proceedings at the motorsport event at Teretonga Park at the weekend.
Invercargill trainer Shannon Armour continued her great record with a cheap buy when Nyla scored at Wingatui yesterday.
It was a night for the mares when Probabeel took the New Zealand Thoroughbred Horse of the Year honours for the 2020-21 season at a virtual event last night.
Two of the veterans of the Ascot Park training ranks produced impressive winners on their home track yesterday.
Harry Stamper’s rivals faced harness racing Armageddon when the trotter loomed ominously on the home turn in his impressive winning debut at Winton yesterday.
Balfour trainer Robert Wilson’s skilled hand with a trotter resulted in him notching his 50th career victory after he produced Willangus Lad and One Two Menny to win at Winton yesterday.
Covid stopped him being there but it could not stop Ray Green from delivering the training performance of a lifetime as Copy That staved off his rivals to win the New Zealand Cup at Addington...
Canterbury horse racing's biggest week of the year has kicked off today without the usual crowd of 20,000.
New Zealand-bred horse Verry Elleegant has won the Melbourne Cup at Flemington, storming home in the final straight to win by three-and-a-half lengths.
Victorians will breathe a collective sigh of relief as the race that stops the nation starts the state's event season.
Australian-bred stayer Incentivise will look to cap a golden Spring with victory in the Melbourne Cup as the runaway favourite in the race that stops the nation and neighbouring New Zealand.
After travelling a long road to the winner’s circle, junior driver Kaleb Bublitz made the day he drove his first winner one to remember at Ascot Park yesterday.
Kirstin Barclay produced yet another brilliant training and driving performances as Paddyproudfoot announced his return to racing with victory in the Tuapeka Cup on Sunday.
This year’s Melbourne Cup Day at Wingatui Racecourse will go ahead, albeit with strict Covid-19 precautions in place.