Pat Collins' first winner as a trainer at Oamaru yesterday was hard to miss for a couple of reasons.
Tony Willetts has a perfect strike rate with West Melton trainer Tony Prendergast.
Waikouaiti trainer Amber Hoffman has the ideal going-away gift for departing jockey Toni Direen.
Pacers might not be Matt Brinsdon’s favourite friends right now, but Captain Dolmio might have earned a spot in the Gore trainer’s good books.
Tomorrow's Tuapeka Cup at Forbury Park has deja vu written all over it.
Glenstone in full flight on her way to winning a c0 2200m pace at Forbury Park last night.
Where were you when Bonecrusher and (Our) Waverley Star went stride for stride in the 1986 Cox Plate?
The Oamaru Jockey Club meeting abandoned yesterday has been rescheduled for Labour Day.
The name of Doug Gillespie’s trotter is Don’t Look Back, but it is impossible not to look to the past when Gillespie tells you about his mare’s breeding.
The promise of a ''lovely track'' has encouraged Ashburton trainers Daniel Champion and Kezia Murphy to bring a team of developing stayers to the Oamaru Jockey Club meeting today.
Brad Williamson has forged his reputation with the trotters, but the pacing trainers have been giving him plenty of chances in his first season as an open driver.
Smolda sent a message to his stablemates and his other rivals with his dominant Methven Cup win yesterday.
Roxburgh trainers Geoff and Jude Knight would prefer to bring up their next milestone sooner rather than later, before they head into "David Butt" territory.
Canterbury trainer Cran Dalgety was feeling pretty chipper about Mighty Flying Mac’s prospects in tomorrow’s Methven Cup.
It is easy to tell when visiting trainers and owners to Forbury Park haven’t won a race for a while.
The Forbury Park Trotting Club has been granted an extra race date next month.
A change in tactics at yesterday's Wingatui jumpouts proved Step Inside Love is more than just a one-trick pony.
The withdrawals of a leading light and an up-and-comer are the most notable moves in the latest New Zealand Cup rankings released yesterday.
The Australian state of New South Wales has reversed a ban on greyhound racing that was due to come into force on July 1 next year.
It was an interrupted start to the Winton Cup meeting yesterday, but that did not worry a trio of Wingatui trainers.