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COVID-19 UPDATE

As New Zealand is currently at Covid-19 Level 2, Cambridge Raceway remains closed for events. 

The Cambridge Raceway training track and Scott's Reserve (Morrinsville) have re-opened under strict safety protocols. 

Greyhound racing resumed at Cambridge Raceway (behind closed doors) on May 14th.
Harness racing is scheduled to resume at Cambridge Raceway (behind closed doors) on May 31st.

LATEST NEWS

Warhorse set to resume at Cambridge

Waikato warhorse Danke is set to have his 299th career start at Cambridge Raceway on Sunday. Trainer Geoff Martin gave the 12-year-old gelding nearly a month off in the paddock before bringing him bRead more

A bitter pill

By Michael Guerin, HRNZ David Branch knew this week was going to be exciting, just not like this. The young Chief Executive of the Waikato-Bay Of Plenty Harness Club is looking forward to the returnRead more

Credit Master rising from the ashes

Late last year Andrew and Lyn Neal thought they had lost their star trotter Credit Master. The nine-win gelding was scratched from the Inter Dominions as a result of a virus and the CambridgeRead more

Unprecedented times for legendary horseman

Legendary trainer and Cambridge Raceway patron Charlie Hunter has seen plenty of major world events during his lifetime, but he said none quite compare to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The virus hasRead more

Marshall duo set for Cambridge return

Cambridge trainer Kyle Marshall is looking forward to potentially having two runners at his home meeting next week, and he has a local equestrian to thank for it. During the Covid-19 Alert Level 4Read more

Lemond southern bound

Group One-winning trotter Lemond is set to head south to Canterbury this week to join Paul Nairn’s Leeston barn. It’s a big loss for the northern trotting ranks and former trainer RossRead more

Holiday horror for Chilcott

What was meant to be a nice holiday in Hawaii last month for Nicky Chilcott turned into a frustrating three weeks of self-isolation due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Cambridge trainer was expectingRead more

Resuming Training Under Alert Level Three

Harness Racing New Zealand has welcomed today’s decision allowing trainers to return to work when the country moves to Alert Level Three next Tuesday as a “massive boost for the industry”.Read more

Jeffries back in the winners’ circle 12 years later

At an eerie, spectator free evening at Alexandra Park on March 20, the favourite, Majestic Sunrise trained by Ross Paynter won the non-winners trot in the second-last race of the night. But there wasRead more

IRT Harness Jewels 2020 cancelled

The announcement from the government yesterday that New Zealand is moving to Alert Level 4 has seen racing across all codes cease until at least April 23rd.  This will result in a significantRead more

Perfect night for Double M Stables

Local trainers Matthew White and Mike Berger had the perfect night at Cambridge Raceway on Thursday, recording a winning double from just the two starters. To make things even better White reinedRead more

Long time between drinks for Hall

There were few smiles bigger than Kevin Hall’s at Cambridge Raceway on Thursday night. The amateur driver was beaming after reining home J Bee to win the Black Dog Furniture Mobile Pace (2200m),Read more

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