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Champion New Zealand harness racing driver David Butcher will head to Paris (France) with all 'guns blazing' after reining home five winners on today’s (Tuesday June 4 ) nine race card at Cambridge.

Despite enjoying a treble on harness racing's big day, Purdon plans for future. As the sun set on Jewels Day, Mark Purdon had two thoughts on his mind: time and timing. Both of those give an insight into how Purdon was able to train three group one winners in a few hours and go within a half-head of making it four - and that was after being unlucky in another couple.

Champion pacer Terror To Love was an emphatic winner of today's (Sunday June 2) $150,000 5YO Emerald, but the New Zealand one mile record is still safely in the hands of Border Control (1-50.6)

Superstar mare Bettor Cover Lover became just the sixth horse to win two Harness Jewels Finals when she took out the inaugural running of the $150,000 5YO Diamond at Ashburton today.

World champion pacer Somebeachsomewhere sired his first New Zealand winner at today's (Sunday June 2) Ashburton Harness Racing Jewels meeting, and what a winner it was.

Christen Me's New Zealand mile record was short-lived at Ashburton today (Saturday June 1). Remarkably just an hour and a half after the harness racing pacing prince had gone 1:51.53, Border Control obliterated that time by pacing 1:50.62, when narrowly downing a very game Bit Of A Legend.

Legendary Clevedon based harness racing trainer Barry Purdon quinelled a Group One two-year old event for the second time in a fortnight today (Saturday June 1).

New Zealand's most gifted pacer - Christen Me - surely cemented his favouritism tag for the 2013 New Zealand Cup in November when smashing the New Zealand record in the $150,000 Auckland Reactor Emerald for 4yo pacing colts and geldings at Ashburton today (Saturday June 1).

The Mark Purdon trained and Blair Orange driven Cyclone U Bolt became just the fifth standardbred in Harness Jewels history to pull off a harness racing 'Jewels Double' when winning today's (Saturday June 1) $100,000 Methven and Mt Hutt Trotting Clubs' Ruby for 4yo trotters at Ashburton.

The Geoff Dunn trained and John Dunn driven Venus Serena pulled off a 2013 Group One harness racing treble when nailing today's (Saturday June 1) $150,000 Ashburton Guardian Diamond for 2yo pacing fillies at Ashburton.

They won the New Zealand Cup with Homin Hosed in 1999 and now some 14 years later Todd Mitchell has combined with Prime Power and Bryan and Marilyn Macey to claim their first Harness Jewels title.

Despite winning the $150,000 Mid Canterbury Trotting Owners Diamond for 3yo pacing fillies' harness racing trainer/driver Mark Purdon is still undecided whether to send Adore Me to the Breeders' Crown in August.

Master Canterbury reinsman David Butt scored his first harness racing Jewels victory when the Paul Nairn trained One Over Da Moon won today's (Saturday June 1) $150,000 Neumann's Tyres 2yo Ruby Trot.

After finishing runner-up in last year's Harness Jewels Finals the Tim Butt trained Elusive Chick has gone one better in 2013, winning today's (Saturday June 1) $150,000 Woodlands Stud Diamond for 4yo harness racing pacing mares.

Leading harness racing trainer Robert Dunn has not won a Jewels and even with a downhill run he can’t see how it will happen this year. His team has gone from six to five with the scratching of Blazin N Cullen who “has been wheezing and not like himself” and three of the others simply have too much against them.

Hi everyone, we're just one day out now from one of the most exciting weekends in New Zealand harness racing history.

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