This week's blackbooker - 27 January

27 January, 2021
Ellerslie 23rd January MONTRE MOI: While he might have been overshadowed by the first two placegetters, he ran huge sectionals when closing late for third

This week's blackbooker - 20 January

20 January, 2021
Tauranga 15th January LA VELOCITA: She deserves another chance despite finishing only ninth. After an early check became awkwardly placed and was starved

This Week's blackbooker - 6 January

6 January, 2021
Ellerslie 1st January BEAUNE: Followed her brave maiden win with another solid performance without much luck in far stronger company. Entered for the NZ Oaks and

This Week's blackbooker - 29 December

29 December, 2020
Ellerslie 25th December OUR ALLEY CAT: Blew the start and then blocked when full of running. Did well to finish so close to a couple of smart sorts.

This Week's blackbooker - 15 December

15 December, 2020
Te Rapa 12th December SHOWBOAT: There was very little in it when the Showcasing mare got home late in a close three-way finish. She is well-placed in the

This Week's blackbooker - 8 December

8 December, 2020
Riccarton 4th December HEE’S OUR SECRET: An early check cost him and then struck further trouble when looking for clear space in the straight. Did w

This Week's blackbooker - 1 December

1 December, 2020
Ellerslie 28th November FLEETWOOD MACA: Handled the sharp rise in grade from her maiden win with a smart third in the 3yo stakes race. That sets her up fo

This Week's blackbooker - 25 November

25 November, 2020
Counties 21st November SEVEN SEAS: Had no luck in resuming run when blocked in the straight. Looked good towards the end of her 3yo campaign and up to 160

This Week’s blackbooker - 18 November

18 November, 2020
Tauranga 14th November MAENAD: Got back and then not much luck in the run before hitting the line well for fourth. A win isn’t far away.

This week’s blackbooker - 20 October

21 October, 2020
Ellerslie 17th October ZA ZA GABOR: That was a bold first-up effort to be beaten less than five lengths in the open 1600m at Ellerslie. The O’Reilly