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Thursday, March 30 2017

How would you like to become a 10% owner of one of a classy pair of greyhounds for the two feature races during Friday’s big ticket Palmerston North Gold Cup meeting? A successful auction bid can secure that ownership.

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Wednesday, March 29 2017

Southland commentator Dave McDonald mentioned the southern lights were shining brightly in the southern skies the night before the southern racing star Southern Lights delivered his powerful win in Tuesday’s $11,000 NZRS Advanced final.

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Thursday, March 23 2017

Last Monday’s Palmerston North chasing action provided a real tasty appetiser leading into next Friday’s huge weekend of big ticket tri-code racing in the city.

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Monday, March 20 2017

Rangiriri trainer Denis Schofield made it a hat trick of South Waikato Cup wins when he produced Blazing Spirit to produce a pace-making victory in Sunday’s $6,000 457m event.

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Sunday, March 19 2017

The high class stayer Shandell joined a small elite club within the New Zealand greyhound ranks when she chased her way through the $200,000 stakes earning barrier in Wanganui on Friday evening.

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Thursday, March 16 2017

Southern Lights, who is the current star of the southern tracks, continued his total domination over his rivals on his home Ascot Park track when scampering to his effortless win in Tuesday’s NZRS Advanced heat.

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Friday, March 10 2017

February racing action started with Group 2 heats at Addington and wound up with Group 1 heats at Manukau. In between there was a stack of quality performances from both the canine athletes and human industry participants.

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Tuesday, March 07 2017

It certainly was an appropriate racing name that was given to the Dave and Jean Fahey prepared greyhound He’s All Power. He was precisely that when he powered to his Plasterboard Auckland Cup victory on Sunday.

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Tuesday, March 07 2017

The slippery Swimming Goat emphatically proved he is the best short course sprinter in the nation when he scampered to his effortless victory in Sunday’s $25,000 Railway Sprint.

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Tuesday, March 07 2017

Strong pace-making performances led to wins in both of the Invitation races on Sunday’s Auckland Cup card.  Kava Blu prevailed in the $7,500 Stakes, while it was Sketchy Chief who landed the $5,000 Sprint win.

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Sunday, March 05 2017

The powerful greyhound Thrilling Boris has drawn to win his third Group 1 title on Sunday at Manukau where he takes his place in the $80,000 Plasterboard Ltd Auckland Cup final.

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Sunday, March 05 2017

The four 318m Railway Sprint heats held last Sunday threw up more questions than answers in terms of trying to establish which sharp sprinter will taste Group 1 glory after the running of this $25,000 dash.

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Thursday, March 02 2017

Two Invitation races, which are basically the consolation events to the Group 1 finals, form part of the undercard for the Plasterboard Ltd Auckland Cup meeting on Sunday afternoon.

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Thursday, March 02 2017

The powerful greyhound Thrilling Boris has drawn to win his third Group 1 title on Sunday at Manukau where he takes his place in the $80,000 Plasterboard Ltd Auckland Cup final.

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Thursday, March 02 2017

The four 318m Railway Sprint heats held last Sunday threw up more questions than answers in terms of trying to establish which sharp sprinter will taste Group 1 glory after the running of this $25,000 dash.

Posted by: AT 01:24 am   |  Permalink   |  Email