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

This Week’s blackbooker - 13 October

13 October, 2020
Washdyke 9th October TURN YOUR EYES: Forced to go back from a wide draw, but with any luck she could have won. The race was all but over when she found ga

This Week’s blackbooker - 6 October

7 October, 2020
Hastings 3rd October MOANA: Had a flashing red light on her when finishing a close and unlucky third in the Hawke’s Bay Guineas. She’s definit

This Week’s blackbooker - 28 September

28 September, 2020
Invercargill 25th September WAIMATE BILL: Became awkwardly placed after a slow start and then had his momentum halted when looking to improve. Fourth place was a

This Week’s blackbooker - 22 September

22 September, 2020
Te Rapa 17th September GUS THE MAVERICK: Hit the line hard despite his rider dropping his whip at the top of the straight. Stay with him.Watch the&nb

This Week’s blackbooker - 7 September

7 September, 2020
Te Rapa - Saturday 5 September: PRISE DE FER didn’t have things go his way in the Foxbridge Plate and did very well to finish third at a distance well short of h

This Week’s blackbooker - 31 August

31 August, 2020
Tauranga - Saturday 29 August  THE BELVOIR had quite a following ahead of his raceday debut in the maiden 1200 and would have lost no admirers with a decent eno