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Dez out to defend crown

Waipukurau trainer Simon Wilson has welcomed the announcement that the Gr.3 Winter Cup (1600m) will take place next month.

Marsh team ramping up

Stephen Marsh has his bases covered this weekend as the only trainer in the country to have runners at all three galloping meetings.

Parkes eyes membership in 1000-club

Wanganui jockey Johnathan Parkes will begin the quest for the final 100 winners he needs to join the New Zealand 1000-win jockey club when he rides at his home track on Friday.

Exciting future tipped for promising filly

Keep Aimee’s Jewel in your black book.

Rogerson team starts in style

Team Rogerson started a big day at Te Rapa on Saturday in fine style with a victory by promising two-year-old filly De La Terre.

Bambry strikes treble at Awapuni

Foxton trainer Chrissy Bambry continued her red-hot run of form since racing recommenced following the COVID-19 hiatus, as she registered a winning treble at Awapuni on Saturday.

O’Dowd on the road to The Jericho and recovery

Neil O’Dowd has had a tough time of it of late and a win by Aigne in the Bonny Glen Landfill – Midwest Disposals 1550 at Awapuni on Saturday would be a tonic for the Waikato horseman.

Wiles puts his faith in Warrior

Dean Wiles is making every post a winner from his new Cambridge base.

Bergerson looking forward to Awapuni return

Palmerston North trainer Roydon Bergerson is looking forward to racing returning to Awapuni Racecourse on Saturday after a near four month hiatus as a result of COVID-19 restrictions.

Water treadmill aids Bambry’s bold resumption

Central Districts trainer Chrissy Bambry wasted no time putting wins on the board at the first Lower North Island thoroughbred meeting following a COVID-19 enforced hiatus.

Hooter to kick off at Wanganui

It hasn't been the smoothest road to racing for Redwood four-year-old Hooter, but Foxton trainer Matt Dixon believes his charge possesses the ability to make it all worthwhile.

Lupton eager to get back in the saddle

It’s been more than nine months since Isaac Lupton last rode at a race meeting and he is looking forward to breaking that dry spell at Wanganui on Thursday.

Talented jumper to resume at Wanganui

Tallyho Twinkletoe summitted the peak of Australasian jumps racing last year when taking out the Grand National Hurdle (4200m) and Steeplechase (4500m) double.

Liefting ticks another item off the bucket list

South Auckland trainer Rudy Liefting added another string to his bow when Fast Mover recorded his maiden victory over 1100m at Pukekohe Park on Saturday.