Legends of the Great Northern

30 September, 2021
A race stepped in history and prestige, the Great Northern Steeplechase has long been the benchmark for jumps racing success. Traditionally run over 6,400m at Ellerslie Racecourse, the Great

Legends of the Hastings Turf

16 September, 2021
Quality thoroughbreds have been strutting their stuff at Hastings for almost 150 years. The Hawke’s Bay Cup was first run in 1875, the Hawke’s Bay Steeplechase in 1879 an

Q&A - Ōtaki-Māori Racing Club's Ben Jamison

16 September, 2021
To continue our celebration of Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, we caught up with Ben Jamison, General Manager & Project Manager at Ōtaki-Māori Racing Club. Ben shares his pepeha (introduction)

LOVE Jumps Q&A - Craig and Shaun Phelan

20 August, 2021
Learn a little more about the father-son training duo!  What is your earliest racing memory? Craig: Watching Silver Night and Igloo in the Melbourne Cup

60 Seconds with Andrew Carston

10 August, 2021
What made you want to pursue a career in racing? My family have always been involved in racing, so it would have been hard to not get involved! My grandfather was a

LOVE Jumps Q&A – Toby Autridge

29 July, 2021
What is your earliest racing memory? Dad training, riding and part owning Foxonewa to win the Wellington Hurdles in 1969. Dad was the first amateur rider to ride in

Kiwi to be remembered with Waverley Statue

28 July, 2021
The phrase “and here comes Kiwi” entered New Zealand racing folklore in November 1983. It was the commentator’s famous cry as Kiwi staged one of the most memorable Melbourn

Jumps Trainer Q&A - Niall Quinn

19 July, 2021
What is your earliest racing memory?    Everyone watching and betting on the English Grand National – for a lo

LOVE Jumps Q&A - Sam Logan

15 July, 2021
What is your earliest racing memory? A horse my parents trained called El Duce winning the Wellington Guineas in 1998. How did you becom

Bill Hazlett: Koral and company

12 July, 2021
Bill Hazlett was a tough “Southern Man” who had an enormous impact on the New Zealand racing industry. A Southland farmer and businessman, Hazlett, who died in 1978, was