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The talented Mark Purdon trainer three-year-old Gotta Go Yanky, was an impressive winner at today's Marlborough harness racing meeting at Waterlea, easily accounting for his seven rivals.

The weather bomb dropped on New Zealand has forced a number of race meetings to be abandoned or rescheduled.

Congratulations to Brett Thomas, John Dunn, Jim Curtin, Mark Jones, Nathan Williamson and Ricky May who all tipped out winners last week.

Not much gets past the team at Harnesslink, but one thing that did was Major In Art’s first New Zealand winner, Major Sam, who was victorious last Friday night at Addington.

HRNZ and the NZRB have moved swiftly to co-ordinate re-jigged plans for South Island race meetings this week surrounding the forecast ‘weather bomb’ that will work its way up the island from this evening.

2YO Ruby champion, One Over Da Moon, booked his ticket to the Australasian Breeders' Crown with a strong win in a five horse non-tote heat at Addington last night.

The Steven Reid trained Easy On The Eye backed up his super third to Terror To Love in the 5YO Emerald with a brilliant win in last night's 2013 Auckland Trotting Club Winter Cup ($20,000).

The newest horse on the commentators' blacklist, Chattanoogachoochoo, will go down in the harness racing history books as the last ever winner of the Northern Hemisphere Time Pace after taking out the $30,000 co-feature at Alexandra Park tonight.

Steven Reid would still love to win a New Zealand Cup but it won't be with Gold Ace in the 110th edition of the great race at Addington Raceway in November.

A lifelong dream will be fulfilled with the announcement that Aaron White will, as of August 1, be the North Island's premier harness racing caller - taking over from George Simon who has been appointed the North Island's premier thoroughbred caller.

There was no ring-around last week, so we will try to make up for it with double the winners this week.

The six drivers from each island to compete in the NZ Junior Driver Champs at Addington on July 4 have been found. The below 12 qualifying drivers will compete in three, possibly four championship heats (as a Reserve Race has been programmed) at Addington on Thursday July 4.

West Melton based reinswoman Amanda Tomlinson experienced her most successful day in the sport of harness racing at Nelson during the weekend.

With a helping hand from boyfriend and training partner, Jamie Keast, Norwegian bred horsewoman Henriette (Henri) Westrum was able to capture that elusive first training success at Nelson yesterday (Sunday June 9).

After an emphatic victory on day one of the Nelson meeting, many expected Givethejobtobarnsy to repeat the dose in today’s (June 9) $12,500 Nelson Winter Cup, and the giant Washington VC pacer who reportedly stands at 17.2 hands didn’t let his supporters down.

Top Oamaru-based junior driver Matthew Williamson experienced a massive thrill on the eve of his 23rd birthday (Thursday June 6) when notching up his 100th win for the season.

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