Kentuckiana Lodge

CRAN DALGETY RACING STABLES

Kentuckiana Lodge trainer Cran Dalgety recorded another top three finish on the NZ Trainers Premiership in 2015-16, despite a rebuilding phase with much of the race-team.

Even with stable star Christen Me sidelined for much of the season, Cran exceeded 50 seasonal wins for the ninth consective year.

He finished with 61 wins for $611,248 in NZ earnings after Black Regal Princess won at the final meeting on the season at Addington on July 31.

Cran brought up hiis 1100th NZ career win when Donegal Rundlescreek scored at the Rangiora meeting on July 24.

The 2013 NZ Trainers Premiership winner has now prepared the winners of 1101 races for nearly $12.5 million in NZ alone since Laud won first-up for him in 1992.

Cran has a record for a NZ trainer of five Australasian Breeders Crown Final winners.

He has won the Victoria Cup four times and other Australasian Grand Circuit events like the Miracle Mile, A G Hunter Cup, Queensland Pacing Championship, Auckland Cup and NZ Free-For-All.

He has yet to win a New Zealand Cup, having placed twice to date. He will try again with Christen Me in November.

This site is designed to keep you informed with latest stable news and other items of national and international harness racing interest.

Also, the “Cran Rates His Runners” link in the news section above is updated weekly, Please return regularly for updates.

Cran, has topped $1 million in stable earnings for the fifth consecutive season and is closing in on 1000 NZ training wins.

Latest News

Rangiora qualifier to have let-up

RAUKAPUKA RULER RECORDS SMART QUALIFYING RUN AT RANGIORA Raukapuka Ruler, a 3YO colt by champion sire Bettor’s Delight and the first foal from NZ 3YO filly record holder Miss Elsie (1:55.3), is to be given a brief let-up after winning his qualifier at Rangiora on Wednesdsay, August 24. “He surprised me for the good,” said…

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Christen Me returning home from Queensland

CHRISTEN ME RETURNING TO NZ FOLLOWING QUEENSLAND CAMPAIGN Reigning NZ Harness Horse Of The Year Christen Me flies out of Sydney tonight (Monday, July 17) for Auckland after finishing sixth to Ohoka Punter in Brisbane on Saturday July 15. “He seems good and well,” reported travelling foreman Murray Howard. Christen Me will freshen after placing…

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Lightning Mach bows out of NZ racing

LIGHTING MACH LEAVING FOR USA Good winning Kentuckiana Lodge mare Lightning Mach is following the path of former stablemate Bit Of A Legend to North America. The 4YO Mach Three-Righteous Franco mare has been secured by Ashburton agent Peter Larkin and is scheduled to leave NZ on Friday. Lightning Mach, an impressive Addington winner on…

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Christen Me bows to Hectorjayjay in Sprint

CHRISTEN ME OUTSPRINTED BY HECTORJAYJAY IN SUNSHINE SPRINT Christen Me, despite a charmed inside trail run, had to bow to new emerging Grand Circuit star Hectorjayjay, in the $A50,000 Sunshine Sprint at Albion Park, Brisbane, on Saturday, July 9. Hectorjayjay, good enough to beat more illustrious stablemate Lennytheshark in the Group One Len Smith Mile…

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Meet The Team

Chrissy Dalgety
Chrissie Dalgety

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Dexter Dunn
Dexter Dunn

Driver

Cran Dalgety
Cran Dalgety

Trainer

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Irish Kath extends career in USA

IRISH KATH FINDS WINNING FORM IN USA Former Kentuckiana Lodge mare Irish Kath notched her second win in three USA starts when successful at The Downs @ Mohegan Sun Pocono, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday, August 17 (NZ time). She had won her US debut in 1:53.4 (10ths), a time she repeated third-up, on Wednesday. The daughter…

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Alabar Super Series quick facts

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HRNZ ratings system starts at Cambridge

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