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Young harness racing star Terror To Love stepped onto the track at Addington Raceway tonight considered by many as a boy in a man's world. But for those who ever doubted the talented four year old was deserved of his place at the elite level just yet, they were given a true heads-up with a stunning performance to win tonight's Glenferrie Farm Canterbury Classic (group three).

Terror To Love took another step closer to gaining a start in harness racing's ultimate staying test the 2011 New Zealand Cup with an impressive first-up win at Addington Raceway tonight (Thursday).

Three year old harness racing stars Terror To Love (Western Terror) and Gold Ace (Bettor's Delight) were unable to be separated at the finish of the Group Two Flying Stakes held at Addington Raceway today (Saturday).

Harness racing three year old Terror To Love capitilised on a perfect trip in the trail to dispatch a tidy bunch of seasoned professionals at the New Zealand Metropolitan Trotting Club's meeting held at Addington Raceway tonight (Thursday February 17)).

There has been many a good horse to have passed through the stable of harness racing trainers Graham and Paul Court but potentially the best one put on a performance at Alexandra Park last Friday night that had to be seen to be believed.

Canterbury harness racing horseman Paul Court says Friday night's (December 3) Young Guns race at Alexandra Park will be a venture into the unknown for their two stable representatives. Court co-trains Lite Prince and Hawthornden with his father Graham Court who is temporarily domiciled in the North with a team that includes smart pacer Terror To Love.

Former Sapling Stakes winner Terror To Love showed he hasn't lost any of his old vigor when winning heat six of the harness racing Sires Stakes Series held at Addington Raceway tonight (Saturday).

When Graham and Paul Court took their 2yo Life Sign colt for a "trip away" from their West Melton base to Winton on May 12, they were looking for a gauge as to how good he was. They knew Sign Maker was better than average, they just wanted some hard evidence.

Trainer and driver Paul Court's long trip from Christchurch to Winton with his northern hemisphere time born juvenile Sign Maker paid off at the Central Southland Raceway today (May 12) when the son of Life Sign tasted success on debut in the mobile mile for two-year-olds.

Canterbury trainer-driver Paul Court wants the Forbury Park Trotting Club to be reprimanded for giving short notice to the cancellation of its race meeting last night (Thursday). Repair work to a sunken area of the track from the 800m to 750m was still in progress when Court arrived on course yesterday at 12.30pm.

With it being a very quiet week for kiwi horses last week, I thought we would start off this week with a few snippets about our visiting horseman competing in America; namely Ray Sharpe, Anthony Butt and Paul Court.

Canterbury horseman Paul Court is returning to New Zealand on 22 August to enter into a training partnership with his father Graham at West Melton near Christchurch.

Nevele R Stud co founder Bob McArdle and his wife Denise had never tried a 2 Year Old trotter before Shing Bromac who opened his winning account against those of his age and gait in the Juvenile Mobile Trot at Addington today (March 18) came along.

Charles Branson took his career stakes tally into the six figure category when he completed a hat-trick of wins by talking out the open-class feature at Addington tonight (February 29).

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