A Pure Champion filly surveyed her surroundings on a damp day at Willow Glen Stud.
Punters waiting for the second Tuesday in November to come around will be replaying last night’s New Brighton Cup at Addington a lot — but not necessarily to look at the winner.
It's is a case of ``the firmer the better'' for classy mare Coulee as she starts her 2016-17 season at Gore today.
The staying ranks in New Zealand are taking a hammering.
Three codes, 40 years and millions of words.
New Years Jay will start off her new career in the best possible way - by going to the best stallion in the business, Bettor's Delight.
Further X-rays later this week will hopefully determine the extent of the injury to Franco Ledger's right foreleg after X-rays yesterday proved inconclusive.
"It's the most fun you can have with your clothes on."
Much has happened in the past two years for Franco Nelson — soundness issues, stable changes and a massive fresh-up performance in the 2015 New Zealand Cup.
High Forty’s heroics over the high obstacles last winter earned him horse of the year honours at the Otago Racing Club’s 2015-16 awards handed out at Wingatui yesterday.
Franco Nelson’s first 2600m in last week’s Maurice Holmes Vase was good — but it was his effort after the line which impressed his driver even more.
Look out for the Wynne-Pitman combination over the spring — it is already proving to be potent.
Toni Direen hopes to farewell Wingatui in style today as she eyes a new job in Australia.
Hats off to all involved in coming up with a common-sense decision about the alcohol aspect of the Central Otago Trotting Club’s meeting on January 2.
Sheemon's trainer, Kevin Townley, will just need to listen to the sectional times during tonight’s Ordeal Cup to figure out if his trotting star has a chance of winning.
Most 18-year-olds would be pleased to hit the heights of 1.75m.
A Ghibellines colt took in his surroundings at White Robe Lodge yesterday, watched over by his mother Turn The Page.
The treatment from the handicapper will decide Wingatui trainer Terry Kennedy’s next start with Princess Brook after her impressive win over 1400m at Riccarton on Saturday.
There was little doubt Locharburn would be at Addington on the second Tuesday in November, but he booked his ticket for the New Zealand Cup last night anyway.
A trainer's grand plans can change pretty quickly, especially when an opportunity like tomorrow presents itself for Pulp Fiction.