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Group 1 showdown at Trentham likely to suit speedster better than bend at Ellerslie.
Bosson had one regret after riding Probabeel to a surprise trial win at Matamata.
Trainer says travel restrictions simply made getting staff back and forth too difficult.
One of NZ's most promising 3-year-olds, Scribe, is out of the Karaka Classic Mile.
Dickie has put his stable star in against group one winners Krug and Belle Of Montana.
Cliff Goss lost his stable star and perhaps best ever horse.
Champion jockey Danielle Johnson suffered two broken bones in a nasty home-stretch fall.
Cult hero horse has to be put down after sickening fall at Ellerslie.
New Zealand's glamour girl of the saddle is coming off a rare Group race treble.
Could any of True Fantasy's rivals have done what she did last start?
Champion jockey Opie Bosson is growing in confidence lightning can strike twice.
A remarkably slow run in the Zabeel Classic has at least one silver lining for the horse.
The first time Ashvin Goindasamy touched a horse, he was terrified.
Arna Donnelly has words of warning for punters expecting her to clean up on her home track
New Zealand's leading trainers and jockeys offer up their best bets for Sunday's racing.
The $900,000 invite-only race on April 14 will be simply called The Race.
Brent Mangos is out to gift All Stars stables a feature-race pay back.
Trainer thinks the bookmakers have got the odds wrong in today's Captain Cook Stakes.
Racing fans will need to be double vaccinated to attend the track from tomorrow.
NZ Bloodstock is pulling out all the stops to get Aussie buyers to the Karaka sales.
Gold Watch is aiming for his sixth straight win in the open 1400m at Te Aroha.
A watered-down version of the Alexandra Park carnival may suit Bolt For Brilliance.
Auckland horse racing fans look certain to get their Christmas gift.
The speed machines of NZ racing take aim for what could be the race of the season.
Trainer David Greene is hoping to make the most of a bonus hometown Cup at Te Rapa.
Nolan's lead-up to tomorrow's Ready To Run sales has been quite a ride.
Sale at Te Rapa because of Covid travel restrictions.
The Karaka yearling sale will be held in March next year.
Sundees Son emerged from yesterday's $300,000 Dominion all-time great.
Punters could be in for a nervous watch with There You Go in Saturday's 1000 Guineas.
Asplit-second battle won early in today's NZ Cup ultimately won Copy That the war.
The real battle is between a great trainer and harness racing's most prevailing trend.
The IRT New Zealand Trotting Cup market has been turned on its head.
In his darkest hour superstar NZ jockey James McDonald made a promise to himself.
From the humblest of beginnings came one of the world's great racemares.