Champion galloper Winx is being used as a talking point in an Australian racing debate, following the alleged contamination of a popular hormone suppressant.
Otago's newest thoroughbred trainer, Lee Callaway, is training winners for the province without even living here.
Widespread suppressions surround harness racing figures charged after a long-running police probe into alleged race-fixing.
A Palmerston North man appeared in court on a match-fixing charge in relation to a police investigation into the harness racing industry.
It is a case of going from one Otago-bred superstar to an Otago-developed pacer for Christchurch owner Trevor Casey, who is aiming to win three consecutive New Zealand Trotting Cups as an owner.
Wingatui grey Jackfrost will be set to take on Australia’s best jumpers following his win in yesterday’s $125,000 Great Northern Hurdles at Te Aroha.
Police have made yet another arrest in the investigation into corruption in the harness racing industry today.
Wingatui grey Jackfrost has no excuses going into his quest for a notable jumping double in tomorrow’s Great Northern Hurdle at Te Aroha.
Harness racing participants charged in connection with a race-fixing and drug scandal are free to race the horses they train despite being barred from the country's racetracks.
New Zealand's harness racing industry has been shaken to the core as leading trainers and drivers face court appearances charged with either connection to race-fixing or supplying drugs.
Omakau is on the list of seven tracks Australian administrator John Messara has recommended closing to thoroughbred horse racing in the lower South Island.