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  • Century of wins on horizon for the Robert Dunn stable
    It has already been a really good season as far as wins go - 95 wins and with a new seasonal earnings total 1.3 million. With some good chamces again this weekend, another century of wins appears highly likely.
    Posted: Thursday 12 July 2018
  • Northern trotters look to continue good form
    It has been a superb month in the north for Colin Hair's trotters - Woodstone and Sundees Son. Woodstone won three on end before a good second last time, while Sundees Son was a dominant last start winner after being unlucky in the Harness Jewels at his previous start. Tonight they go head to head at Alexandra Park.
    Posted: Friday 29 June 2018
  • Diamonds N Cash massive in winter cup win
    Deserted by punters after a first day break, Diamonds N Cash was allowed to go around today at odds of 23-1. After stepping well he was put to sleep on the rails, was a mile off the leaders at the 800m, but after taking shortcuts, stormed home to grab favourite Forgotten Highway short of the line.
    Posted: Sunday 24 June 2018
  • First day winners to do battle
    It was the three year old fillies Feel The Money (in picture) and Monkey Princess that did the honours for the stable on day one at Nelson. Today those two promising fillies will do battle in the last of the day. But before that, there are six other runners with chances of adding to the weekend winning tally.
    Posted: Sunday 10 June 2018
  • Stable return to successful stomping ground
    Tomorrow is the first of the two day meet for the Nelson Harness. John heads north with a team of nine horses and looks to continue a good run on the course. For junior driver Matt Anderson it is a further opportunity to increase his lead in the junior drivers premiership.
    Posted: Thursday 7 June 2018
  • It is that time of year again and Harness Jewels day at Cambridge tomorrow will see nine stable runners go around. We take a look at their chances.
    Posted: Friday 1 June 2018
  • It has been a good weekend so far
    With wins at Alexandra Park Friday and Addington (two) on Saturday it has been a good weekend for the stable. With four horses in at Rangiora today, there is a chance of further success.
    Posted: Sunday 27 May 2018
  • Hayden's Meddle is a gold one
    A horse that has been so consistent since resuming at Motukarara back at the start of April, Hayden's Meddle today turned a number of placed runs into a winning performance on a cold Rangiora afternoon, in doing so giving Matt Anderson a one win lead in the premiership for the junior drivers.
    Posted: Sunday 27 May 2018
  • Cup next target for rejuvenated Alta Orlando
    It may have only been a five horse field on a cold Christchurch winter night, but one could not help but be impressed by the stunning display of Alta Orlando last night at Addington. The backmarker off 30m over the two mile journey he gave all runners a start and a beating, running past Messenger winner Eamon Maguire in the last 50m.
    Posted: Saturday 19 May 2018
  • The weekend wrap
    It was a good Friday night from the stable point of view with Tuapeka Trick and Billy Badger both victorious at Addington, while Woodstone delivered a convincing win at Alexandra Park.
    Posted: Sunday 13 May 2018
  • Nevele R Fillies final features three stable representatives
    While tonight's Nevele R fillies final looks to be dominated on the tote by Bettor Joy and Elle Mac, it will also see three stable runners chasing group one glory.
    Posted: Friday 11 May 2018
  • The season continued on a good note for the stable over the weekend, with wins at Addington - Alta Orlando and Rangiora - Every Option.
    Posted: Sunday 6 May 2018
  • Alta Orlando looks to carry on good run of form
    Alta Orlando was the winner of the Rangiora Classic at his last start and looks to continue that dominance over a similar field tonight at Addington over the 1950m. Classy three year old Pat's Delight and Rangiora placegetters Billy Badger and Buster Brady are the three horses that loom as the toughest to beat.
    Posted: Friday 4 May 2018
  • Two great chances in today's Rangiora Classic
    The in form Alta Orlando and Billy Badger represent a pair of great chances in today's Rangiora Classic. They look sure to be amongst the best supported chances come start time.
    Posted: Sunday 22 April 2018
  • Alta Orlando too big and too tough in Classic win
    It will always be a case of what could have been in terms of the juvenile career of Alta Orlando. However, the present Alta Orlando has done a very good job of showing that there is still plenty of life in his legs. Today at Rangiora in the Rangiora Classic he called on all of his staying reserves to out tough a very game Billy Badger in a Group Three stable quinella.
    Posted: Sunday 22 April 2018
  • Henry Hubert too good in debut at Alexandra Park
    As happy as John was with the win of Alta Orlando in the Rangiora Classic today, he was also beaming about the wins of Henry Hubert and American Tart at Alex Park on Friday.
    Posted: Sunday 22 April 2018
  • Billy Badger back and winning at Addington
    It had been a long old haul between wins for Billy Badger, but on Friday at Addington, given a perfect run by Dexter Dunn, he was way too good for a nice field headed by Tiger Thompson.
    Posted: Monday 16 April 2018
  • Alta Orlando looking to  go back to back at Addington
    Alta Orlando's victory at Addington last Friday indicated that he is back to some of his very best form. He meets a similar field in this Saturday's Group One Easter Cup over the 3200m and looks every chance to get a big slice of the spoils.
    Posted: Friday 30 March 2018
  • Diamonds N Cash looking to continue great grass track record
    Diamonds N Cash has produced an outstanding grass track record since coming south in December and looks to continue a great run in this afternoon's Waimate Cup.
    Posted: Sunday 25 March 2018
  • The brilliant, but enigmatic Alta Orlando on track for Easter Cup.
    Comparatively lightly raced as a six year old, Alta Orlando has had what can best be described as a troubled race career. Originally with the Purdon and Rasmussen barn for his two and three year old racing, he proved a star juvenile, but with a bag of tricks. However, it was injury that looked set to curtail his career following his third placing behind Have Faith In Me in the Sires Stakes of 2014. His win on Friday at Addington was the 7th of his 33 start career.
    Posted: Sunday 25 March 2018

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