Local trainer Arna Donnelly had one of her most memorable nights in racing on Thursday after winning almost half of the nine race card at Cambridge Raceway. Her blue and white colours graced the winners circle on four occasions, with Donnelly also recording a further placin...
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Race replay: David Butcher and Anditover winning the Mish's Delish Graze Handicap Trot ...
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The Kyle Marshall-trained Alta Leonie recorded her second Country Cups win of the season on Saturday when victorious in the Stratford Cup (2600m). Driven by her trainer, Alta Leonie was settled to the rear of the field after pacing away well from her 30m back mark. Mar...
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Funny Face, purchased by Kyle Marshall for $12,000. photo: NZB Standardbred...
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Cambridge trainer Mike Berger travelled down to Manawatu Raceway last week with three-year-old filly Cool And Calculating where she managed to breakthrough for her maiden victory in the Anne McBeth, Kevin & Shirley Farrier Mobile Pace (2000m). The daughter of Art Major sat o...
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Winning double for Rogerson

February 13, 2019
Dual code trainer Graeme Rogerson has had a quiet run of late with his standardbreds, but that all changed at Cambridge Raceway on Thursday night when he picked up a winning double at the Waikato track. The well-known thoroughbred trainer was pleased with his two victors, Hi...
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Marshall bags first Cup win

February 3, 2019
Five-year-old mare Alta Leonie has come to mean a lot to Cambridge trainer Kyle Marshall. The daughter of Big Jim provided the Waikato horseman with his first training win in September and she has now given him his first Cups win after taking out the Otaki Cup (3000m) o...
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Auckland trainer Barry Purdon brought three horses south to contest the Gr.2 JLT Cambridge Futurity Stakes (2200m) at Cambridge Raceway on Thursday night and was duly rewarded, taking out the quinella in the age group feature. Group One winner Jack’s Legend was sent forwa...
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Punters and public enjoyed a fantastic night of harness racing in 1920s theme at the Cambridge Raceway Centenary race meeting on Friday night. The feature race of the evening, the $60,000 Gr.2 McMillian Equine Feeds Waikato Flying Mile was won by last start Auckland Cup win...
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There will be no shortage of fire power at Cambridge Raceway’s centenary meeting on Friday evening, with the milestone event attracting the cream of New Zealand harness racing to the Waikato venue. Cambridge Raceway chief executive Dave Branch elected to shift both the Gr....
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