New Zealand - NZ | RACE COURSE GUIDE
Te Rapa Road, Hamilton
Thursday, 20 February 2020 TE RAPA Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Trainer||Win Time||PM $ NZD|
|R1||COOKIES KITCHEN SPRINT||THRILLING IZZY||K M WALSH||0:21.17||1,365|
|R2||FARMLANDS COPRICE SPRINT||SEE EYE BE||M PRANGLEY||0:21.40||2,035|
|R3||VETORA CAMBRIDGE SPRINT||TALKABOUT IZZY||D RAY||0:21.65||1,450|
|R4||MAYHOUNDS RACING RETIREMENT PROJECT SPRINT||TALKABOUT SOPHIE||M BLACK||0:21.75||1,500|
|R5||SUPERIOR CHUNKY DOG ROLLS SPRINT||RAGING DEMON||R & L UDY||0:21.35||2,390|
|R6||AFFORDABLE PET ACCESSORIES STAKES||LITTLE TEEGS||G A LAWRENCE||0:25.80||2,505|
|R7||FARMLANDS VIRKON SPRINT||FLYING HUEY||M BLACK||0:21.44||1,685|
|R8||MIKE STENT DECORATORS LTD STAKES||THRILLING MORRIS||K M WALSH||0:25.62||2,860|
Te Rapa Past Races
Having stakes contenders on both sides of the Tasman is becoming a common occurrence for Te Akau trainer Jamie Richards.
Peter McKay will be keeping close tabs on the weather forecast ahead of the Gr.1 Haunui Farm WFA Group One Classic (1600m) at Otaki on Saturday.
There would be few horses in the country more consistent than Rock On Wood and trainer Leanne Elliot is hoping the reliable gelding can turn that form into Group One glory next month.
Star New Zealand mare Melody Belle and Sydney visitor Kolding have galloped at Caulfield in preparation for the Group One Futurity Stakes.
Vinnie Colgan is happy not to have to make the call between the rides on Two Illicit and Dragon Leap going into the Gr.1 Vodafone New Zealand Derby (2400m) at Ellerslie on Saturday week.
Stephen Marsh has Group Three winner Scorpz just where he wants him for this month's Gr.1 Vodafone New Zealand Derby (2400m) at Ellerslie.
Exciting three-year-old filly Two Illicit will contest the Gr.1 Vodafone New Zealand Derby (2400m) at Ellerslie later this month after pulling up well from her victory in the Gr.2 Waikato Guineas (2000m) at Te Rapa on Saturday.
Freshen-up for Travelling Light
Graham Richardson rates the breakthrough Group One success of Tiptronic at Te Rapa last Saturday as a highlight of his training career.
It may only be February but Brent and Cherry Taylor of Trelawney Stud have already had a year to remember.
On the doorstep of the autumn carnival the three-year-olds are looking a potent force in Australia, a trend that is being followed in New Zealand.
When the winningest jockey in New Zealand Derby history says he believes he can add another victory in Ellerslie’s blue riband three-year-old classic then it pays to take note.
Te Akau Shark lands Waikato Spring at Te Rapa.
Excitement machine Te Akau Shark sent out an ominous warning to his Australian rivals as he finally got a deserved Group One prize when taking out the BCD Group Sprint (1400m) with a scintillating performance.