Titan Banner was crowned the horse of the year the 2017-18 Otago Harness Racing Awards at Forbury Park on Saturday night.
Fanny Hill leads trainer Phil Williamson’s three-pronged attack on the Gold Chip trotting final at Wyndham tomorrow.
Is it just me, or is the Melbourne Cup losing its wow factor? It just seems it has lost some of its magic and mystique.
The Chosen One will be out at Riccarton Park tomorrow to win the race his grand-dam, The Jewel, was robbed of winning.
Apprentice jockeys sealed a magnificent day out at Wingatui with bold frontrunning rides to win yesterday's last two races.
Grand sprinter Gallant Boy did what his younger brother could not, by winning on Melbourne Cup day at Wingatui yesterday.
The death of a horse has cast a pall over the Melbourne Cup, angering animal rights groups and shining the spotlight on the safety record of Australia's most prestigious race meeting.
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.