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  • Our Cup Day - in review
    Our Cup Day 2019 was a memorable one for the New Zealand Cup placing of Classie Brigade. We also had the two winners early in the programme with Sugar Loaf on debut and Bonnie Highlander back after a long break. There were also good placings for Heisenberg and Nakuru.
    Posted: Tuesday 12 November 2019
  • Classie Brigade and Henry Hubert set for cup tilt
    The Robert Dunn stable are represented in this year's New Zealand Trotting Cup by Kaikoura Cup winner Classie Brigade and Henry Hubert. The preparation of both horses has pleased John who hopes that they can use their frontline barriers to good effect.
    Posted: Monday 11 November 2019
  • Hair owned pair looking for luck in NZ Mobile Trot
    Sundees Son and Woodstone are two of the most talented trotters going around and have given owners Colin and Nancy Hair some huge thrills in the last 12 months. Tomorrow they are two of the main chances in the NZ Mobile Trot, but will be looking for luck from what may be difficult draws.
    Posted: Monday 11 November 2019
  • Beaut day in store for Kaikoura Cup Day
    The weather gods have been kind and this year's Kaikoura Cup Day looks set to be an absolute belter. We are represented in the cup by Classie Brigade who looks back on track after a setback and with next week's New Zealand Cup firmly in his sights.
    Posted: Monday 4 November 2019
  • RJ hits 1500. Classie Brigade and Heisenberg both record big race wins.
    On what turned out to be a stunning day for harness racing this afternoon at South Bay, the stable have walked away with a big chunk of the spoils with wins to Classie Brigade - Kaikoura Cup and Heisenberg - PGG Wrightson Aged Classic. For trainer Robert Dunn it was a milestone meeting as he trained his 1500th New Zealand winner - Heisenberg, while by the day's end, he had registered win 1501 with Jay Tee Tyron.
    Posted: Monday 4 November 2019
  • John cautious when assessing Flying Mile chances
    Sundees Son is one of the strong favourites for next month's Dominion Handicap at Addington. He is in fine fettle for this afternoon's Ashburton Flying Mile, but the small field and the inside draw to race rival Marcoola are of concern to his regular partner John Dunn this afternoon.
    Posted: Monday 28 October 2019
  • A massive day ahead for Dexter on Night Two of the Breeders Crown
    After a fantastic night at Woodbine Mohawk Park last night, winning his first Breeders Crown with Amigo Volo, Dexter is back there today NZT, with two fantastic chances in Bettors Wish and Manchego.
    Posted: Sunday 27 October 2019
  • Dexter takes us through his Breeders Crown drives for today
    It is a massive weekend of harness racing in Canada this weekend, with the Breeders Crown and our own lad is there and right amongst all of the big action. Dexter took us through his chances for night one of Breeders Crown action, to be screened in New Zealand this afternoon on Trackside Two.
    Posted: Saturday 26 October 2019
  • Day one of the Breeders Crown belongs to the men from Down Under
    Without a doubt, day one of the Breeders Crown was a day that the men from Down Under will never forget. Good mates Dexter Dunn and Andy McCarthy took home the major spoils in three of the four features again underlining that they are two of the very best in the business, wherever they are driving.
    Posted: Saturday 26 October 2019
  • Spellbound back and looking for a spot in Sires Stakes final
    Spellbound proved herself one of the best of her age as a three year old last season. She is back tonight at Addington in a Sires Stakes heat and looking to book herself an early entry into the final.
    Posted: Friday 25 October 2019
  • Three year olds take on big All Stars team in Sires Stakes heat
    Down To the Bone and Carlos Bromac have done a great job, early in their respective careers, each winning two races. Tonight the stakes are upped as they take their place in the Sires Stakes heat for the colts and geldings and in the process, go head to head with the powerful All Stars barn.
    Posted: Friday 25 October 2019
  • Madam Sass looking for maiden win
    Madam Sass was sent out at cramped odds first up at Ashburton, but struggled in the difficult conditions, breaking at the 400m, when looking to issue a challenge. Tonight she heads to the all weather surface of Addington Raceway, where she is again likely to start a short priced favourite.
    Posted: Friday 25 October 2019
  • Henry Hubert and Classie Brigade continue road towards cup
    They were the best behind Spankem in the Classic two weeks ago and tonight at Addington Henry Hubert and Classie Brigade get another chance to measure up with this year's short-priced cup favourite. The handicap pace brings together a small but select field over the 2600m.
    Posted: Friday 18 October 2019
  • Some good looking chances for Methven Cup Day
    John heads to Methven today with four nice chances. However, with a damp grass track and the traditional big fields, he will be looking for that bit of luck throughout.
    Posted: Sunday 13 October 2019
  • Dexter loving Red Mile Kentucky
    Dexter's first season proper in the US continues to go from very good to amazing. An already impressive season has been helped further by some fantastic results over the last week as he has been stationed at Red Mile in Kentucky.
    Posted: Saturday 5 October 2019
  • Carlos Bromac looks for southern hat-trick
    Bettor’s Delight three year old Carlos Bromac, has been somewhat of a revelation in his two starts to date, with two wins to open his career, both in the deep south. In the first of these a fortnight ago, he drew well, gained the perfect trail on the back of one of his rivals tomorrow in Onesmartfella and proved much to strong in the run to the line.
    Posted: Friday 4 October 2019
  • Great fields for Premier night racing at Addington
    It is a cracker spring day in Christchurch which should lead into a great night of premier racing at Addington tonight. The night's features are the Canterbury Park Trotting Cup for the trotters and the Canterbury Classic for the pacers.
    Posted: Friday 4 October 2019
  • Woodstone looking to get campaign back on track. Smart three year old returns.
    Open class trotter Woodstone looks to get his Dominion Handicap campaign back on track tonight at Addington. After a few injury concerns following a long layoff, he is back and injury free in tonight's Airpark Canterbury Trot, but will have to overcome a tough 40m handicap.
    Posted: Friday 27 September 2019
  • Carlos kicks early goal
    The Robert Dunn trained Carlos Bromac capitalised on a perfect sit behind leader Onesmartfella to win the Macca Lodge Mobile Pace at the Invercargill Harness Racing meeting at Ascot Park yesterday.
    “I drew one, got a nice trail all the way so that helped but he did it quite nice,” said driver John Dunn after the win.
    Posted: Sunday 22 September 2019
  • Winless day, but Classie Brigade much improved in Hannon
    While there were no wins for our three stable reps today at Oamaru, all three performed well, with Classie Brigade a very good second in the Hannon Memorial.
    Posted: Sunday 22 September 2019
  • Sundees Son extends winning run
    Star trotter Sundees Son extended his recent run of wins to five, after another emphatic win at Addington last evening. This time, in the Group Three Anthony Shearer Ordeal Trotting Cup, he was able to bide his time, before coming with his run at the 600m, eventually going away to win by four and a half lengths.
    Posted: Saturday 14 September 2019

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