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 NZ Greyhound Racing 
Friday, September 29 2017

Intrigue surrounds the outcome of Sunday’s $32,785 Waterloo Cup final at the Manukau Stadium. How will the race for New Zealand’s oldest racing trophy unfold from the 527m traps? That is where the intrigue sets in.

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Tuesday, September 26 2017

WOW…WOW…just WOW!!! Our first group success. Runway Bono Nancy Cobain Group 2 Final. UNBELIEVABLE…. This tweet, accompanied by a clip of the last 200m, was posted on twitter minutes after the running of Monday’s Nancy Cobain Distance final.

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Friday, September 22 2017

Nancy would have been quite happy to apply the finishing touches to any of the eight stayers engaged in Monday’s Group 2 decider at the Manawatu Raceway in the 660m race named in her memory, such is the quality and depth of the field.

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Wednesday, September 20 2017

The annual battle for the Waterloo Cup, which is New Zealand’s oldest racing trophy dating back to 1878, commences with two heats on Thursday, followed by Friday and Sunday heats at four different venues throughout the country.

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Tuesday, September 19 2017

Power, sheer power is the only way to describe the authority the potent stayer Ring The Bell imposed on his rivals when he dominated them during his 660m track record breaking win in Monday’s first heat for the Nancy Cobain Memorial.

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Friday, September 15 2017

American Warrior, Ring The Bell or Thrilling Boris – which greyhound will be announced as the 2016/17 New Zealand Greyhound of the Year during the greyhound code’s award evening in Invercargill on Saturday?

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Tuesday, September 12 2017

It was a smile a mile wide that owner and handler Kim Frazer was sporting when he proudly placed his greyhound Nitehawk Rose on top of the Manawatu Raceway podium after she had delivered her powerful win in Monday’s $11,470 NZRS Advanced final.

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Wednesday, September 06 2017

Wow – Ashley would be impressed! Impressed in the manner that the exciting chaser Cristiane Cyborg slam dunked her rivals in the $5,000 feature race named after the current Manukau 527m track record holder on Sunday.

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Friday, September 01 2017

It is an intriguing field of girls who will contest Sunday’s $5,000 Winsome Ashley Series Final over 527m at the Manukau Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

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