A fundraiser for popular Canterbury harness racing trainer Murray Edmonds, who has been diagnosed with a brain tumour, was labelled a massive success.
When Tony Music started dispatching fields at QE II stadium in the 1970s, he never thought he would become chief executive of NZ's most powerful greyhound club.
Harness Racing New Zealand’s top administrator has criticised the police investigation into corruption in the industry.
Jockey Taiki Yanagida is in Middlemore Hospital's intensive care unit after a shocking race fall at Cambridge yesterday.
Crusaders prop Joe Moody whose father died from prostate cancer in 2020 is putting his weight behind the Blue September campaign.
His on-screen persona is fighting for his life in hospital - but Shortland Street actor Grant Lobban was very much alive and enjoying life at Addington Raceway on Sunday.
Canterbury harness racing champion Dexter Dunn and superstar pacer Bulldog Hanover have set a new world record for the fastest mile.
A year after he was banned from harness racing for life, Rangiora-based trainer Mitchell Kerr has been put on home detention for fraud and forgery.
A legal argument to determine whether the Racing Integrity Board can access evidence from a police probe into alleged corruption and drug use in the Canterbury harness racing industry continues to drag on.
A Canterbury horse trainer has been granted interim name suppression after his arrest on three charges of indecently assaulting a woman.
A horse trainer who was fined more than $20,000 after doping his horse with cobalt has argued the substance should be allowed in the sport.
Grande Vue Ace was bred for one purpose only - to chase a lure. But in only her second race, she failed.
A trainer and her horse have been banned from racing after methamphetamine was found in both their systems after a successful race.
A Racing Integrity Board hearing into allegations of animal cruelty by a leading Canterbury thoroughbred horse trainer is underway.
A legal argument governing the ability to seek prosecutions related to a police investigation into alleged corruption and drug use in harness racing may go to the High Court.
Kiwi Olympic equestrian champion Sir Mark Todd has been handed a suspension by the British Horseracing Authority after a video emerged showing him striking a horse with a branch.
Delight turned to despair for Canterbury trainers Michael and Matthew Pitman when their champion horse had to be euthanised at the Gore Racing Club’s meeting on Saturday.
The traditional family-friendly harness racing meeting at Motukarara on Banks Peninsula will go ahead on December 29.