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Another New Zealand harness racing season has been run and won, with the case-closing awards dinner being held in Auckland on Saturday night.

Unbeaten entire Auckland Reactor scooped every award he was eligible for at the annual Harness Racing New Zealand Awards dinner at Alexandra Park in Greenlane, Auckland, this evening.

The chances of many of the leading pacers in Australia of contesting the $1,200,000 New Zealand Trotting Cup at Addington took a nose dive today when it was confirmed by New Zealand Racing Board Chief Executive Graeme Hansen ]that the current quarantine restrictions would stay in place.

The exponential growth of stakes in harness racing in New Zealand of recent seasons continued today when it was announced that $1.6 million is being injected into stakes for next season.

Exciting colt Gotta Go Cullect has an important date with a vet next week as he goes about his recovery from a tendon injury that curtailed his two-year-old campaign.

It was announced today by Double E Stables and Roydon Lodge Stud that breeding rights to trotting stallion Quite Easy, a son of Andover Hall, had been secured for the 2008-09 Southern Hemisphere Breeding season.

The Alexandra Park trials and workouts this afternoon, August 5, saw the return to the track of a couple of likely sorts who have been off the scene for extended periods through injury.

It was a bonanza at Harrah's Chester, Pennsylvania, on Sunday when three ex-pats scored fast, rich wins on the beautiful waterfront track.

Mister Big cemented himself as won of the premiering pacing entires in North America with a dominant win in the $332,000 US Pacing Championship that left no excuses for the rest.

Canadian visitor Misterizi set a new world record for an aged stallion when winning the $300,000 Nat Ray Invitational at The Meadowlands in 1:51, lowering Varenne's previous mark of 1.51.1.

Deweycheatumnhowe went down in history as the first undefeated Hambletonian champion when winning the 83rd version of America's greatest harness race, the $1,500,000 classic, at The Meadowlands today, August 2.

Andy Miller secured the biggest win of his career and trainer Trond Smedshammer ended a three-year run of seconds in the race when Creamy Mimi was victorious in today's $750,000 Hambletonian Oaks at The Meadowlands.

The blazing 1:49.2 win of Noble Falcon in the $40,000 4 & 5-Year-Old Open gave driver Brian Sears a Hambletonian Day treble through the first six races.

Stylish Artist, at 70-1, upset the field in the $407,400 Mistletoe Shalee for three-year-old fillies at The Meadowlands this afternoon, August 2, running 1.51.

A glut of claimers, nine to be exact, accepted for the small eight-race card at Auckland last night, and as a result a total of eight claims were received on two horses.

The first born of former Group 1-winning mare Electric Kiwi gave Huapai trainer Ray Green his first win back on his own account with a tidy at Alexandra Park last night.

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