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  • POWERFUL HATRICK GROUP HEATS

    POWERFUL HATRICK GROUP HEATSAbsolute power chasing is the way to sum up Friday’s superb racing action during the heats for both of the Group 520m and 305m events at the Hatrick Raceway. Pictured: Thrilling Boris, who was the quickest Spion Rose cup winner5 Dec

  • THRILLING BIG TIME FINAL LOOMS

    THRILLING BIG TIME FINAL LOOMS There’s an absolute big time certainty surrounding the post-race podium for Monday’s running of the $7,000 NZRS Novice final (race 10) over 457m at the Manawatu Raceway. Pictured: Bigtime Lady who returned the fastest NZRS Novice heat time2 Dec

  • ELITE HATRICK CHASING ACTION

    ELITE HATRICK CHASING ACTIONIt will be all on for final field positions at Hatrick on Friday where five 520m heats will decide the field for the $40,000 Wanganui Toyota Spion Rose Cup at Group 1 level. Pictured: Cawbourne Crouch, last year’s Spion Rose Cup winner1 Dec

  • SPRINTERS DASHING FOR CASH

    SPRINTERS DASHING FOR CASHThe straight out speed merchants begin their dash for Group race glory during four 305m heats in the $15,000 Liqourland Wanganui Dash For Cash at the Hatrick Raceway on Friday evening. Pictured: Subic Bay winning last year’s Dash For Cash (pic Mark Woods)30 Nov

  • DAVE ROBBIE RECOVERING

    DAVE ROBBIE RECOVERINGThe finish line at the Addington Raceway will missing a very familiar figure during the week. Intrepid South Island greyhound photographer Dave Robbie won’t be standing in his normal position owing to an accident he was involved in last Friday. Pictured: Dave Robbie30 Nov

  • GROUP RACING IN THE DEEP SOUTH

    GROUP RACING IN THE DEEP SOUTHThe Group race chasing action moves down to the world’s southern-most located greyhound track where three heats will be held for the $15,000 Far South Challenge on Tuesday. Pictured: Robbie winning last year’s Far South Challenge (pic Dave Robbie) 28 Nov

  • SPUD REELS OFF ANOTHER NZRS VICTORY

    SPUD REELS OFF ANOTHER NZRS VICTORYThe robust greyhound Spud Missile made it back-to-back Manukau NZRS Advanced victories when he stylishly won Sunday’s version of this $11,000 final. Pictured: Spud Missile following his Sunday NZRS Advanced win.28 Nov