Leading South Island jockey, Chris Johnson, has been suspended for six riding days following his win on Final Touch in the Group II Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes at Pukekohe on Saturday.
Nigel McGrath isn't the type of horse trainer who gets too caught up in the numbers, but even the Weedons horseman had to confess his figures on the weekend were impressive.
Rick Williams summed up in one line what everyone else was thinking at Riccarton on Saturday following Spring Cheer's win in the 150th New Zealand Cup.
A lightning bolt, an insurance payout and some good old fashioned luck played a part in Costa Viva's 1000 Guineas win at Riccarton on Saturday.
Robbie Hannam made a prediction on Saturday that the Mohua Premier will be a race every jockey wants to win.
He's won nearly every pacing Group I available during his illustrious training career, but Barry Purdon reckons he'd struggle to find one more appropriate than Pembrook Benny's New Zealand Free-For-All win yesterday.
Three years after their fathers achieved Dominion Handicap glory, Mark Jones and Master Lavros will attempt to do the same today at Addington.
When esteemed horse trainer Michael Pitman attemptsa hat-trick of wins in front of throngs of cupgoers tomorrow, he will be doing it in memory of his son.
It's a shame Kevin Myers dodged the media yesterday again because it would be great to share the secrets of his success would be great to hear .
Donna Logan has no doubts a little divine intervention played its part in Durham Town's Stewards Stakes win at Riccarton yesterday.
Mark Purdon knows Adore Me is more than capable of taking on the big guns in Friday's Group I New Zealand Free-For-All, but that doesn't mean she will.
Gary Alton is just happy to be here.
Terry McDonald reckons he's not biased when he says Terror To Love's third New Zealand Trotting Cup victory is one of the greatest he has ever seen.
If Tim Butt was looking for a horse to fit the bill of Australasian racing then he's found one in Danish super-trotter Peak.
Alexander Fieldes hopes greater maturity will make it third time lucky for Ginner Hart at Riccarton today.
Horseman Ricky May will make history if he wins his seventh NZ Trotting Cup today. | Maths whizz, petite beauty a perfect combo
OPINION: I love a good punt, but have graduated from studied form-guide watcher to absolute guesser. And it's working.
OPINION: Just look back at the horse which has won it the last two years and, as they would say in punting parlance, go again.
Create your own Melbourne Cup sweepstake ahead of the big race.
A scratching mix-up could have potentially robbed Tim Butt a chance at sneaking into the New Zealand Trotting Cup.