Cross Counter has won the Melbourne Cup today but the race has been marred by the death of another horse.
North Taieri-born contender Who Shot Thebarman will carry the hopes of the Otago thoroughbred breeding industry when it lines up in today's Melbourne Cup.
Wingatui trainers, jockeys and horses are set for a big day out at today's Melbourne Cup day meeting.
Ruakaka raider Major Tom showed he was primed for his shot at the New Zealand Cup with an emphatic Banks Peninsula Cup win yesterday.
Should tomorrow's Riverton Cup at Ascot Park turn into a survival of the fittest, it will not bother Canterbury raider Airpark Flyer.
Classy mare Passito showed she was ready to fire at Wingatui on Melbourne Cup day with a jumpout win on the track yesterday.
A petition has been launched to save Gore and Winton racecourses. Clutha-Southland MP Hamish Walker launched the petition yesterday to save the courses, two of seven in the South which are...
Emerging 3yr-olds will test themselves over 1600m at Riccarton today ahead of next month’s New Zealand 1000 and 2000 Guineas races.
Canterbury horseman Tim Williams showed punters at Forbury Park last night why he is one of the country's most in-form reinsmen with a daring front-running drive to win with Archman.
Daring front-running tactics paid off for apprentice Zubair Bholah when he won his first race in New Zealand on Flicka Of Gold at Wingatui yesterday.
Returning star Pat’s Delight gave his rivals a pacing lesson in the Tuapeka Cup at Forbury Park yesterday.
Enjoying themselves at the Tuapeka Harness Racing Club’s meeting in Dunedin yesterday are (from left) Beau Jones (2), Sophia Harvey (9), Jenny Wilson, her sister-in-law Debbie Wilson, Arlo...