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  • Bullet fires new season into action for stable
    Bite The Bullet has continued a good run with a win at Oamaru this afternoon, getting up late to nail the pacemaker and stablemate Dream To Reality. This is his second win in just five starts back to the track after an extended absence.
    Posted: Sunday 6 August 2017
  • Posted: Friday 28 July 2017
  • Jack MacKinnon will be looking to put the icing on another premiership-winning season at Alexandra Park on Friday.

    The 22-year-old Pukekohe horseman has all but wrapped up the 2016-2017 Junior Driving premiership at northern headquarters and should seal the title when he reins hot favourite Yagunnakissmeornot in the seventh event.
    Posted: Friday 28 July 2017
  • Mares look great prospects at Alexandra Park
    It is the mares that give the Robert Dunn stable their best chance of success at Alexandra Park this evening. Cmeerock is after a deserved first win in the north in Race Two, while Yagunnakissmeornot looks to continue a hot run of form in Race Seven.
    Posted: Friday 28 July 2017
  • Billy Badger looking for more winter cup spoils
    In career best form at present, Billy Badger has the chance to finish his season in style with victory in today's Rangiora Winter Cup, adding to the Nelson version that he won a month ago.
    Posted: Sunday 23 July 2017
  • His form in recent times had been on the improve and from a handy front-line draw, Johnny White was always going to be hard to beat. He duly obliged over the 2200m on Friday night for Christchurch owners Ross and Angela Gordon.
    Posted: Sunday 23 July 2017
  • In the modern age, to win 15 races on one of New Zealand's premier harness tracks is somewhat of a rarity. However, tomorrow evening at Alexandra Park, Yagunnakissmeornot will be aiming for just that milestone as she looks to continue an impressive run of form in recent weeks.
    Posted: Thursday 13 July 2017
  • A smart winner at Addington on debut last Friday, three year old filly Carley Maguire faces a quick step up in grade at Rangiora this afternoon. However, such was the nature of that win, that the pacing bred filly could again be too smart for her rivals.
    Posted: Sunday 9 July 2017
  • Bullet back in business with Addington win
    Away from the racetrack for 14 months, Bite The Bullet was back in form at yesterday's Addington meet, storming home over the last 300m, to win by a neck in his comeback race.
    Posted: Monday 26 June 2017
  • Billy Badger backs up superbly in Winter Cup win
    Having refound his best form on the first day at Nelson on Friday, Billy Badger was accorded some respect in today's Winter Cup, starting second favourite. However, it was the well performed Alpha Rock and Mongolian Hero that dominated the markets. In the end though, it was the Art Major colt that proved too good registering the sixth win of his 29 start career.
    Posted: Sunday 11 June 2017
  • Inter-island hat-trick a good result for a Friday
    While the winners have been a bit hard to come by of late, a hat-trick of wins achieved yesterday - Nelson two, Auckland one - will hopefully be the turnaround in fortunes that we have been looking for.
    Posted: Saturday 10 June 2017
  • The draw gods were not handing out any favours last Friday as the draws for this year's Harness Jewels were confirmed. While the two year olds Sundees Son and Alta Maestro are the best stable chances, both will need luck from their respective draws to feature.
    Posted: Friday 2 June 2017
  • Harness Jewels Qualifiers
    After the last day of qualifying at Oamaru on Sunday, there are four stable runners that will contest various sections in this year's Harness Jewels to be run at Ashburton on 3 June.
    Posted: Tuesday 23 May 2017
  • Sundees Son looking to bring
    The prodigious talent that is Sundees Son looks a massive chance in tomorrow night's Group Two Sires Stakes at Addington. However, his wayward tendencies of late remain a concern and may yet prove his biggest hurdle.
    Posted: Thursday 18 May 2017
  • Alta Maestro looking to go one better in the Sires Stakes
    He was ever so brave in last week's Yearling Sales Pace for the two year olds. This week Alta Maestro looks to go one better as he again locks horns with the Purdon/Rasmussen pair of Spankem and The Devils Own in the Group One Sires Stakes final.
    Posted: Thursday 18 May 2017
  • Alta Maestro game in defeat in defeat in Yearling Sales pace
    Smart colt Alta Maestro made his Addington debut on Friday in the Yearling Sales pace for the two year olds. After leading throughout, he was bombed late in the piece by The Devils Own, but will have lost no followers.
    Posted: Monday 15 May 2017
  • Alta Maestro primed for Addington debut
    Successful in four of his five race starts to date, Alta Maestro debuts at Addington tonight in the PGG Wrightson Yearling Sales 2yr old final. He has landed the perfect barrier, drawn in barrier two and looks sure to be the horse that they all have to beat.
    Posted: Friday 12 May 2017
  • While breaks have been costly the last couple of starts, there can be no denying the huge talent that is Sundees Son. Tomorrow he looks to get his campaign back on track, with manners the key ingredient for his success.
    Posted: Saturday 6 May 2017
  • While he has been out of the winners circle since last October, it was a second last week behind Cash N Flow that signalled that Robbie Burns was on his way back to some useful form. Last night at Alexandra Park, he dominated a nice field of intermediate class pacers, leading for the last 1600m and running home far too strongly for any of the chasing pack.
    Posted: Saturday 6 May 2017
  • Sundees Son heads strong field in Trotting Stakes
    While he faces his toughest test tonight at Addington, Sundees Son is a deserving favourite in this year's Trotting Stakes for the two year old trotters. He will be joined in the race by the Westview syndicated Borntobeastar that gives the Robert Dunn stable a strong second hand in the race also.
    Posted: Saturday 15 April 2017
  • Captain Dolmio and Franco Nelson set for big runs in Easter Cup
    While this year's Easter Cup may be a small field numerically, you cannot fault the class of those involved in this year's contest. While the Purdon/Rasmussen trained Heaven Rocks will start a dominating favourite in the race, a strong case can be made for most other runners in the race with Captain Dolmio and Franco Nelson at the forefront of those discussions.
    Posted: Saturday 15 April 2017

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