Racing

Thirty for Amazing Chase

Group I NZ Breeders' Stakes winner Thrilling Flo has been nominated for the Amazing Chase.

Greyhound bosses thrilled with level of nominations for new match-racing series.

Premiership leader suspended

Chris Johnson will miss four meetings because of the careless riding suspension.

Just when it looked like it was in the bag, premiership leader handed four-day suspension.

Harris sets lofty goals

Troy Harris has his career humming along as he chases black-type success at Tauranga.

Troy Harris leaner and meaner and chasing black-type success.

Pacorus ready for Kiwifruit Cup

Pacorus is ready to show his best in the Kiwifruit Cup.

Juicy rewards await Pacorus and Wood.

On the comeback trail

Central Districts apprentice Charlotte O'Beirne.

Charlotte O'Beirne has renewed her licence and hopes to ride at Waverley on June 29.

Gatland unleashes debutante

Lions coach Warren Gatland looks set to have plenty of good times ahead with promising race horse Azaboy.

Lions coach Warren Gatland will be impressed with his latest debutante during New Zealand tour.

One horse, two wins

New trainer Barbara Verlinden is enjoying the ride with Shantav.

She only has one horse, but new trainer has already won two races and is hunting a third victory.

Jockey crosses the Tasman

Rebecca Goldsbury will spend the next three weeks riding across the Tasman.

Kiwi apprentice to test the water with short stint across in Queensland.

Payne lauds Royal Ascot

Michelle Payne says she loved the experience of riding at Royal Ascot.

Michelle Payne finishes fifth in Royal Ascot opener, loves the experience.

Lions great at race track

Premiership leading trainers Andrew Forsman and Murray Baker get a visit from Scottish rugby great Gavin Hastings.

A visit from former Lions fullback Gavin Hastings has horse trainer reminiscing about Jonah Lomu video game.

Gatland v Meads at racetrack

Lions head coach  Warren Gatland.

Take your pick: Gatland's horse takes on one from Pinetree Meads' stable at Pukekohe races.

Four at Sha Tin for O'Sullivan

Trainer Paul O'Sullivan and jockey Zac Purton were in top form at the Sha Tin races in Hong Kong.

Kiwis among weekend racing action in Asia.

Innes whacked with two suspensions

Save The Date will be without the services of Leith Innes when she runs in the Sunshine Coast Guineas.

Innes will miss filly's Sunshine Coast Guineas ride.

Johnson highlights weekend's action

The Oysterman took 21 races to win his first, but did it in style  in the $50,000 Manawatu Steeplechase.

A look at ups and downs of the week in racing.

All Hail the King

Sea King has returned to form with a well deserved Awapuni Hurdles victory at Trentham.

Champion jumper's career could have been over following a freak accident but his fighting spirit got him through and now he's winning again.

Trainers land hard-earned first win

Gemma Hewetson was at Ruakaka in charge of the stable's first winner Almarie.

Winning trainer: Tough times don't last, tough people do.

'It doesn’t get any better than this'

The Oysterman clears a jump on his way to a maiden steeplechase victory in open company in the Awapuni Hurdles.

Ain't no celebration like a Stephen Nickalls celebration as The Oysterman harvests a special win.

One apiece for Johnsons

Toorak Tower notches another win for the locals at Ruakaka.

Action at Ruakaka on Saturday included another profitable day for leading jockey.

Fully Funded pays out at Ruakaka

Fully Funded charges to victory at Ruakaka in an exciting finish beating Amarula (wide on track) and Lewis Caroll with ...

The big guns went to war in Ruakaka sprint with Fully Funded prevailing.

Kiwi dominating in Singapore

Mark Walker is on target to win his second Singapore trainers' premiership.

Kiwi horse trainer at top of the trainers heap in Singapore.

Save The Date on trial

Save The Date will make her Australian debut on Saturday.

Save The Date looking to earn second date across the Tasman.

Leading trainers poised for century

Bonneval has been the star of another outstanding season for trainers Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman.

Leading trainers ready to hit century of winners.

Silver Fern to Melbourne Cup

Maria Tutaia embracing the fashion in the field during Auckland Cup Day at Ellerslie in 2015.

Silver Ferns star Maria Tutaia to take centre stage at Melbourne Cup in November.

Premiership lead grows

Chris Johnson holds a six win advantage in the national jockeys' premiership.

Slowly but surely the leading contender is wearing down his premiership rivals.

Trio guilty of pokies fraud

The Crown alleged Mike O'Brien wanted to control pokie machine profits. (File photo)

Three men, including former Internal Affairs gambling inspector, guilty of deception.

Upper Cut to chase another National

Upper Cut will return to steeplechasing after Saturday's Manawatu Hurdles.

Leading 'chaser looking good for Oulaghan.

Kiwi stayers tackle Aussies

Benzini is a leading hope among New Zealand gallopers in Australian staying races this weekend.

NZ stayers to prove their worth across Tasman.

Cup race the main aim

Riverton trainer Kelvin Tyler has five horses nominated for the Group III Winter Cup.

Constant injuries have hampered her career but Hayley Maree will get one more chance to show true talent.

Full of Mischief

Hamiltonian is one of three strong chances for the Wayne Marshment stable at Wanganui on Thursday.

It's been far from plain sailing but the aptly named Mountain Mischief may finally catch a break on Thursday.

Season over for top jockey?

Opie Bosson's season has likely come to an end thanks to a viral infection.

An illness is likely to rule out top Kiwi jockey Opie Bosson for the remainder of the season.

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