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The Peter Bagrie trained Field Officer took another step towards the open class ranks and sealed his spot in the Harness Jewels 4yo Emerald by winning today’s (Sunday April 28) $50,000 Wai-Eyre Farm Rangiora Classic (Gr3).

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.

After a nice wee taster last week, a big night of premier racing is set to unfold at Addington tonight. It will certainly be a busy one, with 10 stable runners set to go round on Friday alone. Saturday will be a rest day.....of sorts......and then another busy day on Sunday with 2 runners going round in the deep south and a further 6 at Rangiora.

Last week was the worst result to date for the South Island best bets of the week ring-around with only four horsemen picking out winners.

North Canterbury harness racing enthusiast Ray Carlson has opted for a $100 each way bet for winning the New Zealand TAB and Harnesslink's latest fixed odds betting competition.

You know you're talking about a pretty special horse, when the driver tells you he is nowhere near his best after having just won a $75,000 race. That was the case with Royal Aspirations and Sam Smolenski after taking out last night's (Thursday February 28) harness racing feature at Addington, the PGG Wrightson NZ Yearling Sales Series Trotters Final.

It may have taken Democracy ten starts to win his first race, but the Nigel McGrath trained 4yo looks like he has well and truly hit his straps now. Today's (Wednesday February 6) $18,000 harness racing feature was the son of Christian Cullen's fifth career win and fourth in his last eleven starts.

Last season's Great Northern Oaks winner Twist And Twirl will be the headline act at the Amberley Trotting Clubs annual harness racing meeting at Rangiora (Wednesday February 6) .

The first totalised two-year-old trot race of the2012-2013 harness racing season was run at Rangiora today (Tuesday January 29) and as expected, it was won by a member of the All Stars barn; just not the one punters had anticipated.

We are likely to see more of Border Control in New Zealand over the next few months than we initially expected.

Craig White will be sitting at home on the couch this evening after a hard day of EQC plastering a very happy man. Not because he had an enjoyable day at work, but because he has just come out of a very successful weekend involving his true passion - Harness racing.

It takes a good horse to work in a race and still break a track record, especially when that track record belongs to last year's New Zealand Cup champion and this year's hot favourite Terror To Love, but believe it or not that's exactly what Jimmy Johnstone did when winning the second of three C1 Graduation heats run at today's (Thursday November 8) Rangiora harness racing meeting.

Neighbours thought Canterbury vet and harness racing owner Bill Bishop & his wife Helen were dead on Saturday night (November 3). Their house was ablaze and the Prebbleton couple weren't answering their cell phones. Worse still both of their cars were parked at home and torched to virtually nothing.

One of New Zealand's most promising trotters has been lost to the harness racing industry. Sales Series winner You Rock was put down yesterday (Wednesday October 17) after veterinary advise that he was suffering from degenerative arthritis.

Hi all, things are really starting to warm up now in harness racing circles.

In his first public appearance since retiring last season Monkey King underwhelmed his trainer Brendon Hill. In the fast-class heat at Saturday's Rangiora workouts Monkey King didn't fire.

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