Mosgiel standardbred breeder Gavin Chin had one horse entered for the PGG Wrightson New Zealand premier yearling sale in Christchurch.
August could bring an increase in the minimum stake similar to that announced by the thoroughbred code last week, Harness Racing New Zealand said yesterday.
A whirlwind harness racing season is set to get even better this week for Dunedin breeder Gavin Chin.
Junior driver Genevieve Crawford got to experience driving a winner at Gore yesterday, but it came a little later than most would expect.
Southland Guineas day on Saturday at Ascot Park was almost a replay of Champions Day at Wingatui two weeks earlier.
Speed and stamina are not among the concerns Westwood Beach trainer Graeme Anderson has as two of his stable stars line up at Gore tomorrow.
The Otago Racing Club is delighted with the news that minimum stake money for thoroughbred races has been lifted to $10,000.
Two former Southerners are among a strong line-up reinsman John Dunn drives at tonight’s premier Addington meeting.
The racing rumour mill — there is nothing quite like it, writes Jonny Turner.
A harness racing programme full of hot favourites could soon be a thing of the past.
New Zealand's top trainers ran their eye over the best standardbred yearlings Otago has to offer this week.
Well-known Otago racing identity John Mills will be remembered at today's Otago Greyhound Club meeting.
Harness racing every week at Waikouaiti would be ideal for trainer Amber Hoffman.
West Eyreton owners Murray and Jo Clay celebrated a Valentine’s Day trifecta at Waikouaiti yesterday.
While most of Dunedin has been cryingout for better beach weather this summer, pacer All Bling has found local conditions exactly to her liking.
Progressive 3yr-old trotter President Roydon has the chance to prove either his trainer or his driver right at Waikouaiti today.
The richest race on today's 10-race Waikouaiti programme could prove the trickiest for punters to navigate.
Bruce Negus did not need reminding of why he enjoys Waikouaiti, but he got four more reasons anyway.
Boomer Baily had plenty against him but he did not let anything stop him winning the Waikouaiti Cup yesterday.
Kirstin Barclay has the ultimate owner behind her Tisbury harness racing stable to help her find success at the Waikouaiti Trotting Club’s two-day meeting. The trainer-driver takes a small but competitive team to the course tomorrow and again on Tuesday.