Keepa Tramp almost certainly booked his spot in the $100,000 Winter Cup with a win at Ashburton yesterday.
Today's Ashburton Racing Club meeting was the major benefactor from last Sunday's abandonment at Oamaru.
If JC Skipper wins at Addington tonight, Paul Thomas will be proud as punch to fly the Thomas flag again.
It might have been a miserable old evening at Forbury Park but Dexter Dunn will remember it for a long time.
Scene should have been set for Stevie Golding to take over as Greg and Nina Hope's main driver for rest of the season.
Invercargill trainer contesting Oamaru Cup with Coat Of Arms on Sunday, but already has an eye on Riccarton's Winter Cup.
Jumps jockey's passion for industry runs deep in his blood and his previous Grand National success is inked on his body.
Ohoka trainer's three-year-old pacer Whozideawasthis has no problems with the drive south to Dunedin.
NZTR announces significant stake increases to compensate stakeholders for record number of abandonments.
Classy three-year old trotter Father Christmas looks to be capable of delivering many presents to Oamaru trainer Phil Williamson.
Suspended harness trainer applauds move to lift allowable level of bicarbonate in racehorses, but also has a warning.
Just one of the four NZ heats of the Breeders Crown series will be contested with the other three to be walkovers.
Chris Johnson will ride his first South Island meeting back from suspension at South Canterbury Racing Club's meeting.
Mike McCann trained 7-year-old has gained a reputation as a devastating finisher.
The 23-year-old is aiming to become the first female to win the junior drivers' premiership since 2005.
A few short months ago Fifth Edition was getting shopped around to potential Australian buyers, but Cran Dalgety is thanking his lucky stars there were no takers.
Cran Dalgety and Dexter Dunn achieved a Blenheim double yesterday when Fifth Edition just held on to win the Marlborough Winter Cup.
The Canterbury Jockey Club are under-fire for what trainers have described as a ''dumb decision''.
Boom 3-year-old Major Bubbles will not back up in tomorrow's Marlborough Harness Racing Club Winter Cup.
Christchurch trainer Michael Pitman is establishing a satellite stable at Trentham.