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Do we need fighting at the Hambletonian?

06:05 AM 13 Aug 2014 NZST
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Do we need fights at the Hambletonian?

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Boxing matches at the Hambletonian?- We can understand how people can get so overwhelmed with passion for harness racing. It is very exciting. It has the drama of who will win, can my horse beat your horse, and we have the ability to make legal wagers on the outcome of nearly every event to back up our verbal claims of who is the best. But some people seem to take it a bit over the top and punches begin to fly.

The Irish, Scots, Welsh and Brits have true passion for racing -The harness racing people in Ireland and the United Kingdom know an awful lot about harness racing in North America. We wish we could just bottle it up and feed it to everyone else.

New Zealand “Horse of the Year” Awards - It is never easy every year to take the New Zealand racing awards seriously when they have such an outdated and archaic way of determining who should be awarded the title of being the best in each respective age group.

Stallion Review – Rock N Roll Heaven - Continuing on with our stallion review series today we have produced an in depth review for the very good racehorse and stallion Rock N Roll Heaven, p,3,1:47.3m ($2,774,478).

Clubs – The need for change - It has been immensely satisfying to us here at Harnesslink to have received so much positive support from so many quarters from all over New Zealand on the publication of our recent opinion piece.

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