Raider wins G3 at Redcliffe

LIGHTNING RAIDER IN GOOD TOUCH Lightning Raider added to his good Australian form by taking out the Group Three $30,000 Garrards Patrons Purse on the tight Redcliffe track in Queensland on Friday, August 5. The ex-Kentuckiana Lodge pacer, who remained in Queensland after the Albion Park winter carnival, was having his first race for the…

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Kiwi leads series

  STREAMLINE FREIGHT UPDATE DEXTER LEADS SERIES AFTER SECOND ROUND At the end of Day 2 of the 2011 World Driving Championship, it was all about Dexter Dunn. With huge support from his family and a large Kiwi contingent, the 21-year-old flew to the top of the Series with a win and two thirds during…

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Dexter in form for series

DEXTER SCORES FIFTH USA WIN NZ driving whiz Dexter Dunn warmed up for the World Drivers Series (beginning on Monday, NZ time) with his fifth USA win, this time scoring on the Meadowlands Thursday night programme (Friday NZ time). Dexter reined favourite Boo’s Boy to score by a head, ovecoming the seven gate, to beat…

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Lightning Raider wins Championship

RAIDER COMPLETES AUSSIE HAT-TRICK Former Kentuckiana Lodge pacer Lightning Raider made the most of a good trip off the two draw to remain unbeaten in three Australian starts on Saturday, July 9. The Christian Cullen-Talent Hanover gelding enjoyed a one-one sit to hold the John Green/Brian Hughes-trained Courage To Rule, who tracked him mostly, by…

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Dexter notches another at big M

DEXTER DELIVERS ON LONGSHOT Top Kiwi driver Dexter Dunn had a mixed night with three drives at the Meadowlands on Thursday night (USA time), but finished on top, delivering with 28-to-one longshot Must Be The Bunny in the 10th and final race. Dexter’s first drive, for expatriate Australian trainer Peter Walsh, made a break and…

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