Fortaleza looks Guineas material

Fortaleza is being considered for the Group I 1000 Guineas at Riccarton in November.

A run at the Te Teko trials will be part of Fortaleza's buildup to the 1000 Guineas at Riccarton.

Jockey expenses take toll

Lisa Allpress' 170 wins is a highlight of the 2015-16 racing season.

Stake money needs to be lifted in New Zealand racing, champion jockey Lisa Allpress says.

Ropiha uses successful plan

Cambridge mare Jayla Monet is progressing well for spring racing.

Jayla Monet has won her last three starts for Cambridge trainer Ben Ropiha.

Tomlinson needs six wins

Invercargill junior driver Sheree Tomlinson

Sheree Tomlinson hopes to drive her grandfather's horse, Amaretto Sun, in the Banks Peninsula Cup.

Three-pronged attack

Tim Johnson brings Platinum Command back to scale after a win at Awapuni this month.

Lisa Latta could saddle three runners for the $100,000 Winter Cup at Riccarton on Saturday week.

Xtravagant to race at Caulfield

Xtravagant and jockey Matt Cameron will team up again for racing in Melbourne in August.

Xtravagant is in top order ahead of spring racing in Melbourne.

Matost jumps to task

Charlie Studd has helped educate Matost and was rewarded with Sunday's Te Aroha win.

Matost a work in progress.

Our Vergara with Baker and Forsman

Sydney winner Our Vergara is a nomination for the Hawke's Bay Spring Carnival.

Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman are setting Australian mare Our Vergara for the Hawke's Bay Triple Crown.

Alley Way back jogging

Master Lavros (Mark Jones) wins from Alley Way (No 5, Matthew Williamson) in the Group I Dominion Handicap at Addington ...

Phil Williamson will be training Alley Way next season.

Pick6 split five ways

Five punters shared $100,000 in Saturday's Pick6.

Punters share jackpot.

Premiership race over

Franco Cristiano could have a warm up race in Australia before his Breeders Crown semifinal.

Comeback pacer continues to shine ahead of Australian campaign.

Sea King wins again

Sea King has won the A$100,000 Mosstrooper Steeple at Bendigo.

Kiwi jumper wins again across the Tasman.

Raisafuasho Farr too good

Ann Browne was encouraged to progress to the Great Northern Hurdles with Raisafuasho after his Te Aroha win.

Raisafuasho jumps into Norther contention.

Purvis heads south

Junior driver Matt Purvis

Junior driver Matt Purvis will soon be working for Ryal Bush trainer Nathan Williamson

Katie McKeen too strong

Katie McKeen (Rosie Myers) eases down for a comfortable win at New Plymouth on Saturday.

Mudlark Katie McKeen gave trainer Gary McBeth a home town victory at New Plymouth on Saturday.

Barabas leads way at Ruakaka

The Donna Logan and Chris Gibbs-trained Barabas was an impressive winner at Ruakaka.

Barabas leads the way for Logan and Gibbs.

Long shot Eja Patron wins

Brad Mowbray trains Eja Patron.

Addington winner Eja Patron was nearly shipped to the Chatham Islands.

Longchamp to Hastings

Longchamp cruises to a two-and-a-half length win in the Opunake Cup.

Opunake Cup winner set to step up into Group I company.

Sharrock shows patience

Ladies First has improved her record to three wins from four starts with a feature win at Pukekura.

Allan Sharrock will spell exciting filly following Pukekura win.

Golding gets NZ juniors' champs

Stevie Golding's time in the junior ranks will finish on a high as the the New Zealand junior drivers' champion.

New Zealand junior drivers' championships decided at Addington.

Fannin claims premiership

Three winners for Shaun Fannin in the Kevin Myers colours at Phar Lap Raceway on Friday has secured the jumps jockeys' ...

Jumps jockey bounces back from year of injuries to claim premiership in near perfect season.

Brooks makes Te Aroha claim

Jack Romanov continues along the comeback trail at Te Aroha.

Jumping action at Te Aroha on Sunday.

Jumps jockey hitch hikes home

Phelan posted a Snapchat photo after he returned home safely.

Injured jumps jockey hitchhikes home after being released from hospital.

Hutchings overcomes tough times

Kiwi Rory Hutchings is number one in the Sydney apprentice ranks.

Kiwi jockey overcomes tough times to win Sydney apprentice title.

Race meetings take cut

Race meetings have been cut from the calendar for next season.

Next season’s racing calendar reduced.

Sharrock has weight on his mind

New Plymouth trainer Allan Sharrock is concerned about the weight scale around Bishopbriggs in the Opunake Cup.

Sharrock the man to watch at New Plymouth.

Famous cup in Palmerston North video

The Melbourne Cup is in the country and made a stop at Julia Wallace Retirement Village.

The 18ct gold Melbourne Cup visited a retirement village with some insider tips on the race that "stops the nation".

Tyler looking for Revenge

Jumps jockey Stuart Higgins will be back aboard Revenge at Phar Lap Raceway on Friday.

Hurdles runner looking for Revenge.

Young enjoys best season

Jessica Young is competing in the New Zealand Junior Drivers' Championship at Addington on Friday night.

Jessica Young has three each way chances in the New Zealand Junior Drivers' Championship.

Century tempts McKay at Ruakaka

A wins to savour and career highlight as Shaun McKay rides Amarula home in the Hawke's Bay Guineas.

McKay commits to Ruakaka over New Plymouth.

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