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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.

It has been a busy year for the TAB Harness desk with increased turnovers, a much greater number of framed markets and many favourites saluting the judge.

This season's leading northern junior driver Matthew White will be the only one to graduate out of his time with the end of the 2007-08 season tomorrow, while there will be five new additions to the ranks.

Tyler's Echo (6g Tyler's Best-Belle's Echo) was the fastest winner of the week with a slick 1.51.4 win at Pocono Downs, Pennsylvania, on Saturday.

Pukekohe junior reinsman Owen Gillies scored the third win of his career at Alexandra Park this evening, and did it despite not even driving the stable horse.

Return To Gold and Strike Up The Band shored up the final two Australasian Breeders Crown semi final spots available to New Zealanders via the heats with wins at Cambridge yesterday.

The relocation of his owner and trainer Leanne Edwards to Tuihikaramea to work for Peter Simpson and Graeme Rogerson has worked the oracle for trotter Iwi Trouble, a winner on resumption at the Cambridge-Te Awamutu Harness Racing Club's meeting tonight, July 24.

New Zealand's all-time leading driver Tony Herlihy saluted the judge twice at Cambridge this evening behind Smoke N Mirrors and Ebony Chapel, both of which he trains out of his Papakura base.

Top trotting mare Our Sunny Whiz, a winner of 18 of her 31 starts including this season's Group 1 Rowe Cup, is to be based in the South Island for most of the spring.

Marika, a dual Group 1-winning son of Presidential Ball, will stand at Egmont Park Stud in Queensland this year alongside P B Bullville, Jeremys Gambit and Tiger Woods.

The ex Barry Purdon and Scott Phelan-trained Kamwood Warrior (4g Courage Under Fire-Kamwood Lass) chose the right time to secure his first American win - Meadowlands Pace night on Saturday.

Consistent Geoff Small-trained pacer Victory Spirit has been sold to American interests and will fly out of Auckland International Airport on Monday.

The training partnership of Ray Green and Robert Mitchell, which has gathered 80 wins over the past five seasons, is about to split come July 31.

Manukau trainer Kevin Smith continued his landmark season with two more wins at the Kumeu Trotting Club's meeting at Alexandra Park this evening, July 18.

Beach Towel, a son of French Chef who has stood at Woodlands Stud in Clevedon, South Auckland, for a number of years, has been retired from stallion duties.

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