Harness Jewels 2YO Ruby
American Muscle has entered the qualifying fray for the 2YO Ruby after finishing second at Alexandra Park last week, boosting his ranking from 17th to 12th.
Harness Jewels 3YO Ruby
The Paul Nairn-trained Outamyway has found his way into the top 10 on the 3YO Ruby standings after winning at Addington Raceway last week in the hands of Blair Orange. The Michelle Wallis and Bernie Hackett-trained Mufasa Metro has also entered qualifying contention, securing 12th position after running third in the Gr.2 Lone Star Sires’ Stakes Trotters Championship (2200m) at Auckland last week. I See Fire’s $1,438 earnings from his ninth-placing in the Sires’ Stakes was not enough to maintain his 12th position, slipping to 14th in the rankings.
Harness Jewels 4YO Ruby
There were no changes to the 4YO Ruby rankings this week. Bolt For Brilliance still tops the rankings with $131, 740 in prizemoney, and he has a chance to add to that in the Gr.1 2021 “What The Hill” Rowe Cup (3200m) at Alexandra Park on Friday.
Harness Jewels 2YO Diamond
True Fantasy’s win in the Gr.1 Woodlands Stud Caduceus Club Fillies Classic (2200m) at Alexandra Park last week has slingshot her to the top of the rankings in the 2YO Diamond, with $67,150 in prizemoney. She surpasses Mr Kaplan, who has $35,100 in the bank. Montana Glory was another big mover, with her runner-up result behind True Fantasy last week putting her in fourth spot, up from tenth.
Harness Jewels 3YO Diamond
The only change to the 3YO Diamond standings this week comes in the form of Sweet Belle who secured 12th on the leaderboard after her victory at Winton last week. The Steve and Amanda Telfer-trained Show Me Heaven has subsequently dipped out of the qualifying rankings and into 13th position.
Harness Jewels 4YO Diamond
Amazing Dream remains atop the 4YO Diamond ladder with $293,736 to her name after finishing third in the Gr.1 Dawson Harford LTD 2021 Taylor Mile (1609m) at Alexandra Park last Friday. She will once again tackle the boys in the Gr.1 Dawson Harford LTD 2021 NZ Messenger Championship (2700m) at Alexandra Park on Friday. There have been no changes to the leaderboard in the last week.
Harness Jewels 2YO Emerald
The Hayden Cullen-trained Bollinger has snuck into the top 12 after running third at Addington Raceway last week. He has overtaken the Ross Houghton-trained Executive Banner who now sits in 13th position, one place outside of the qualifying positions for the Jewels. Montana DJ continues to lead the Emerald 2YO standings with stakes earnings of $64,325.
Harness Jewels 3YO Emerald
The Hayden Cullen-trained It’s All About Faith has been withdrawn, allowing The Falcon to move into 12th position on the 3YO Emerald standings.
Harness Jewels 4YO Emerald
Cranbourne and Taipo have been withdrawn from the 4YO Emerald, with the big mover being Bad To The Bone who has moved from 25th to 10th after finishing second to Copy That in Friday night's Gr.1 Taylor Mile (1600m). Steel The Show, who finished third in the same race, has gone from 13th to 8th, pushing out the Mike Berger-trained Pull The Other Leg to 13th.