If it happens, it happens.
Rocknroll Magic could bolt in at Forbury Park tonight and still go home somewhat of an underachiever.
Southern trainers do not think there will be a mass exodus north of horses and owners hoping to cash in on Alexandra Park's huge boost to racing stakes.
Chaotic scenes involving the mobile barrier at Addington have been labelled a freak occurrence by harness racing officials.
Racing is a game of centimetres - the Waimate racing clubs know that all too well.
Just months after announcing some of the largest stake increases in harness racing history, the Auckland Trotting Club has decided they are not big enough.
A perfect 10 ride from Samantha Wynne got Invercargill mare Miss Three Stars home in Saturday's Amberley Cup at Riccarton.
Class that will come in exceptionally handy in the spring got Irish Express home at the Amberley club's meeting at Riccarton on Saturday.
Trainer Andrew Carston will have an eye on the feature races at today’s North and South Island thoroughbred meetings.
Pacorus is thriving before his Kiwifruit Cup tilt at Tauranga today.
It took hours rather than minutes for the feeling from training his first quinella to sink in for Steve Lock.
The later last night’s meeting at Forbury Park went on, the more hectic the racing got.
Redemption is a something Ashburton trainer Bevan Wilson knows a thing or two about.
Odi Et Amo will be getting nothing but love letters from his connections after scoring a hat-trick of wins at Oamaru yesterday.
Otago standardbreds crossing the border for successful raids on Southland race meetings next season will come back richer than before.
Driver Kimberly Butt has horse power on her side but barrier draws against her at Forbury Park tonight.
Auckland jockey Alysha Collett is enjoying a break-out season. She is striking winners at a career-best rate, has doubled her tally of group and listed race winners and is also on track to double...
Junior driver Todd Quate thinks he is on to a winner after trading the busy Canterbury racing scene for the picturesque surrounds of Waikouaiti beach.
Life will be a relative luxury for champion standardbred sire Bettor's Delight when he returns to New Zealand.
The demand for good southern-bred stayers is as high as ever, according to White Robe Lodge studmaster Wayne Stewart.