Master trotting trainer Paul Nairn pulled off another feature race victory in the most thrilling of finishes when Outamyway (NZ) (Love You) won the $75,000 Listed NZB Standardbred Harness Million 2YO Trot (1980m) at Addington on Friday night.
Winning Spree Continues for Star Filly La Rosa (NZ)
Friday, October 2, 2020
Trainer Mark Jones enjoyed one of his biggest thrills in harness racing when La Rosa (NZ) (Bettor’s Delight) ran away from her rivals to win the inaugural $150,000 Listed NZB Standardbred Harness Million 2YO Fillies Pace (1980m) at Addington on Friday night.
Krug (NZ) (Bettor’s Delight) confirmed his star status and made history at Alexandra Park on Friday night when producing an explosive sprint to win the first-ever running of an NZB Standardbred Harness Million event.
Inaugural Harness Million Series Lights up Alexandra Park
Thursday, September 24, 2020
Harness racing fans can expect early fireworks when a star-studded field attempt to make history by winning NZB Standardbred’s first ever lucrative Harness Million Race Series event at Alexandra Park on Friday night.
Avana (NZ) (Bettor’s Delight) showed what a threat she will be in the upcoming NZB Standardbred Harness Million Sale Race Series when producing a scintillating finish to win at Addington on Thursday 17 September.
NZB Standardbred graduate Krug (NZ) (Bettor’s Delight) will be out to claim his second title belt for the week when he starts as the hot favourite in the Group One Garrard’s Sires Stakes Final (1700m) at Alexandra Park on Friday 18 October.
Brilliant wins from star three-year-olds Krug (NZ) (Bettor’s Delight) and It’s All About Faith (NZ) (Captaintreacherous) sent the anticipation ahead of their clash in the inaugural running of NZB Standardbred’s Harness Million Sale Race Series to a new level over the weekend.
NZB Standardbred Graduates to Contest Million Dollar Spring
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Hailed as ‘The Million Dollar Spring’, New Zealand harness racing enthusiasts have a lot to look forward to in the new season as stakes for eighteen races have been announced for the country’s best two and three-year-old pacers and trotters.