Delovely Wins Breeders Crown Semi – heat

De Lovely Sings Rivals A Merry Tune

De Lovely was named after one of Cole Porter’s biggest hits, but it might be another of his signature songs, Night and Day, that best expresses the growing chasm between the brilliant filly and her Tabcorp Australasian Breeders Crown rivals.

The daughter of Falcon Seelster strengthened an already vice-like grip on . . . → Read More: Delovely Wins Breeders Crown Semi – heat

Awesome Armbro Turning Heads in Canada

Awesome Armbro turning heads in Canada

Duane Ranger photo Our Awesome Armbro and David Butcher – outsprints Ohoka Utah (7), & Cincinnati Kid (9) in ID09.

Duane Ranger photo (Philp Butcher salutes the judge with – Awesome Armbro at Alexandra Park last September.

Top New Zealand free-for-all pacer Awesome Armbro is starting to turn heads in Canada. The former . . . → Read More: Awesome Armbro Turning Heads in Canada

Tintin In America Next Mission – NZ Cup

Duane Ranger Photo Tintin In America – 16th win in 35 attempts

Duane Ranger Photo Tintin In America – New Zealand Cup in November as his next major assignment

Did Cambridge harness racing fans witness one of the favourites for the 2010 New Zealand Cup? That’s what many of the owners (ATC Trot 2008 Syndicate) of the McArdle . . . → Read More: Tintin In America Next Mission – NZ Cup

She is Delovely in NZ 3yo Fillies record

De Lovely sets a new NZ 3yo fillies record

Duane Ranger Photo De Lovely – Set a new New Zealand record of 1:54

Duane Ranger Photo David Butcher and De Lovely – Has now won six of her 14 starts

The Geoff Small trained and David Butcher driven De Lovely can now claim to be the best harness racing . . . → Read More: She is Delovely in NZ 3yo Fillies record

Delovely Wins Group One Oaks

Butcher at his best as De Lovely wins Oaks

De Lovely and David Butcher return to – scale after winning the Group Two Ladyship Stakes tonight.

Harness racing driver David Butcher was at his brilliant best at tonight’s (Friday) premier race meeting held at Addington Raceway. He steered the Geoff Small trained De Lovely home to win the . . . → Read More: Delovely Wins Group One Oaks

Perfect Cullen Winning in Style

Perfect Cullen simply too much horsepower

Perfect Cullen – Simply too good for his seven opponents

Perfect Cullen and driver David Butcher

Perfect Cullen and winning connections

Perfect Cullen had no right to win tonight’s (Friday May 14) Kumeu Kidz Kartz Mobile for 4-7 win pacers. But that’s exactly what the 5-year-old did at northern harness racing headquarters aka Alexandra . . . → Read More: Perfect Cullen Winning in Style

Tintin In America Wins Group One Messanger

Tintin In America in a sensational 3:15.8

Duane Ranger Photo Tintin In America – Returns to the winners circle

Duane Ranger Photo Tintin In America – In the Group One $150,000 New Zealand Messenger

Duane Ranger Photo Very happy part owners

Tintin In America is the best harness racing 4-year-old in Australasia. The Geoff Small trained brown entire came from . . . → Read More: Tintin In America Wins Group One Messanger

Huge offer made for Tintin In America

Huge offer made for Tintin In America

Courtesy Of Race Images, Christchurch, New Zealand

The future of the heir to the New Zealand pacing throne will be decided next week. That is when ATC Trot Syndicate members will consider a huge offer for Tintin In America, the freakish pacer set to step up to harness racing superstardom next . . . → Read More: Huge offer made for Tintin In America

Don’t write Awesome Armbro off just yet

Don’t write Awesome Armbro off just yet

Courtesy Of Race Images, Christchurch, New Zealand

Enigmatic New Zealand pacer Our Awesome Armbro has gained his first minor harness racing victory of Watpac ID10. And while it may have only been in a lowly trial at Kilmore on Tuesday, it could make a huge difference to the gelding’s chances of . . . → Read More: Don’t write Awesome Armbro off just yet

GC Small Judicial Appeal decision

GC Small Judicial Appeal decision

The Judicial Control Authority (JCA) Appeals Committee has released its decision on the appeal of charges against licensed Public Trainer, Mr GC Small in relation to incidents at the NZ Metropolitan Trotting Club race meeting on 16 October 2009.

The two Rule breaches that Mr Small was charged with . . . → Read More: GC Small Judicial Appeal decision