Tomorrow's Hannon Memorial is a case of blue and gold, or rather purple and white, against the world.
Former Southlanders Ken and Tony Barron’s hot early season form can continue at Invercargill today.
It is time to get those black books out.
On Sunday the nation’s harness racing interests will turn to Oamaru for the 2017 edition of the Hannon Memorial, writes Jonny Turner.
The group 1 pairing of La Diosa and jockey Racha Cuneen are back at Riccarton tomorrow, a year after they took their first step towards feature-race glory last season.
The national association for harness racing drivers wants animal welfare to be a priority as it pushes for changes to the code's whip regulations.
Canterbury trainer-driver Mark Jones is calling for action as opportunities for junior drivers drop to a five-year low.
Superstar pacers Lazarus and Heaven Rocks will make their first public appearances of the new season at today's Rangiora workouts.
Davey Mac could provide his namesake with one of racing's more extraordinary moments at Invercargill on Saturday.
The contest for the racing vote in this year’s election is a three-horse race.
Amateur driver Ray Reekie was handed a two-and-a-half-year ban for an ultra-aggressive drive on Zakspatrol at Addington on Saturday.
The one start Wingatui racegoers got to see Prom Queen up close is looking more and more like the rarest performance of her career.
Have Faith In Me delivered what New Zealand harness racing fans have waited 21 months to see with his win in the New Brighton Cup at Addington on Saturday.
Premiership winning jockey Chris Johnson produced what can only be described as vintage Magic Johnson rides to score a quartet of wins at Oamaru yesterday.
The Precious One became the polished one when she made it two wins from two starts at Oamaru yesterday.
Driving Titan Banner to win today’s New Brighton Cup could cap a career-defining week for Jonny Cox.
In this week’s column, we look at the reasons why two of the South Island’s leading young reinsmen will cruelly miss out on a trip to compete in the Australasian Young Drivers’...
Today's Oamaru meeting may seem a typical Friday programme, but as New Zealand Cup week draws closer it may prove a key form reference.
The snail’s pace at which key changes to New Zealand’s Racing Act have moved could result in financial losses following changes to gambling laws across the Tasman.
Harness racing fans are unlikely to picture Christchurch Boys' High School as the site for a momentous moment in the sport's history.