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One of the good guys of harness racing- John Dunn- brought up career win number 500 and then quickly surpassed that tally, when reining home a treble at Friday night's (April 5) premier meeting at Addington.

‘The King’ Ken Barron is now just one win away from the magical 1000 after he reined his 999th winner at yesterday’s (Sunday March 17) Akaroa harness racing meeting at Motukarara.

With The Box Seat no longer doing the highly popular weekly ring around, I thought it was only right that Harnesslink got it back up and running. We will start with just the South Island guys this week before we get the North Island boys on board.

"Unassuming and tradesman-like". That's how Christchurch harness racing trainer Ken Barron described his latest 3-year-old pacing star - Supreme Mach - following the gelding's fifth win from eight starts at Forbury Park tonight (Thursday October 4).

Carey Hobbs (Chief Executive of Taranaki Harness Racing), as well as everybody else involved in harness racing in New Zealand, knows that the industry isn't exactly thriving at the moment.

Sean McCaffrey's Cambridge-based harness racing stable should be racking up a lot more winners in 2011-2012 if tonight's (Friday February 10) results at the Auckland Trotting Club are anything to go by.

The Oamaru Harness Racing Club will once again host their unique gala heritage race meet on Saturday 19th November 2011 at Oamaru Racecourse.

West Melton harness racing trainer Ken Barron reinforced his status as a master trainer of juvenile pacers when he quinella-ed a 2-year-old race at Alexandra park for the second time in three months a Northern Headquarters tonight (Friday March 4).

Christchurch-based accountant James Peck is the winner of the latest Harnesslink and New Zealand TAB's harness racing fixed odds bet. The 23-year-old correctly predicted De Lovely's winning time in last Friday night's (February 11) PGG Wrightson New Zealand Breeders Stakes for fillies and mares at Addington Raceway.

The long wait is over for hobby trainer Grahame Scurr who trained his first official winner yesterday (Sunday) when Life's Exciting scored in the hands of Ken Barron at the Rangiora Harness Racing Club meeting.

When it comes to smart 2-year-old pacers brilliance must come in threes. Well at least that's what astute Canterbury harness racing trainer Ken Baron revealed after winning the first two Young Gun 2yo Heats with Franco Hemmingway (December 17) and Chancellor Cullen (December 3) at Alexandra Park this month.

Ken Barron said would be delighted to have just one above average juvenile running around at this time of year, but to have two of New Zealand's best 2-year-olds prior to Christmas is a dream come true for the Canterbury harness racing trainer and driver.

Canterbury harness racing trainer Ken Barron lined up the first and second favourites in the first 2-year-old race of the 2010-2011 season tonight (Friday December 3) at Alexandra Park - and it was the $3.80 second elect, Chancellor Cullen which bolted in by five lengths.

Brilliant trainer of juveniles Ray Green, of Huapai, has two quality 2-year-olds primed for the first harness racing Young Guns heat of the season at Alexandra Park on Friday (December 3), but believes the two guests staying at his property should have the edge on him.

The horse that wasn't permitted a late entry into tomorrow night's Group Two $55,000 Franklin Cup will leave New Zealand on Sunday with an impressive workout win behind him. Georgetown won a 2200m (mobile) harness racing workout at Alexandra Park yesterday (Wednesday November 24) in 2:45.4.

With numbers for this year's Young Gun Series looking a little lighter than normal West Melton harness racing trainer Ken Barron is busy looking after his own backyard. Barron had three entries at Alexandra Park last year, the Cotton Club, Thumpem and Major Obsession.

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