One of Forbury Park Trotting Club’s stalwarts enjoyed success on the 60th anniversary of the club’s first night meeting when Dem Bones Dem Bones trotted to victory yesterday.
It is 60 years almost to the day since Forbury Park staged its first meeting under lights but they will not be needed today.
Giving away a fitness edge and headstart to his rivals did not stop Pembrook Playboy from unleashing a stunning sprint to win the Central Otago Cup at Winton yesterday.
Shade was a hot commodity over the weekend as punters gathered for the first Waikouaiti Racing Club fixture at its new venue.
Emotions ran high after Dee And Gee stuck her neck out to deliver a timely win for trainer Peter Corbett in the Waikouaiti Cup at Wingatui on Saturday.
Riverton trainers Kelvin and Aimee Tyler will have a two-pronged attack in the Waikouaiti Cup at Wingatui today and they think both are in with a winning chance.
The president of the Central Otago Trotting Club is hoping for third time lucky and is talking of a packed crowd stretching to Chatto Creek for next year’s meeting.
There was good news and bad for Wanaka team Helicraft Racing after the first round of the 2021 New Zealand Superbike Championship in Christchurch at the weekend.
Winton school teacher Jamie Campbell’s pre-race lessons helped Mickey Fitz go to the top of his class at Cromwell yesterday.
The weather is the big hurdle standing between Vintage Cheddar and a hat-trick of wins in today’s Cromwell Cup.
Despite heavy rain during the previous few days, the Roxburgh Trotting Club hosted its annual meeting yesterday to the delight of club president David Parker.
Enchantee showed that for a mare who is supposed to be retired she makes a mighty racehorse when making it back-to-back wins in the Roxburgh Cup yesterday.
Roxburgh trainers Geoff and Jude Knight have Deus Ex primed and ready to run a big race on his home track in today’s Roxburgh Cup.