Jeremy Markham lands first pacing winner

“RED” SALUTES @ RANGIORA It was a while coming but Kentuckiana Lodge junior driver Jeremy “Red” Markham had good reason to celebrate on New Year’s Eve after landing his first raceday pacing winner at Rangiora on Wednesday. Jeremy had previously won races driving squaregaiters, trained by his father Carl, including Diggerboy (one) and Jean Sebastien…

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Bit Of A Legend back on top in FFA

BIT OF A LEGEND JUSTIFIES SHORT QUOTE¬† Bit Of A Legend, as expected, made the most of racing a second-tier free-for-all field at Addington on December 19 to make a welcome return to the winner’s enclosure. Trainer Cran Dalgety was confident the former dual Australasian Breeders Crown winner was returning to his best after increasing…

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Miracle Mile winner home Thursday

CHRISTEN ME RETURNING HOME AFTER NARROW CRANBOURNE DEFEAT Stable star Christen Me, outstayed by triple NZ Cup champ Terror To Love in the dying stages of the Group One $A100,000 Cranbourne Cup on Saturday night, December 6, returns to Christchurch on Thursday. The Miracle Mile champ is having a few days of rest and recreation…

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Just two for Auckland this month

KATY PERRY & DELIGHTFUL LANA TARGET AUCKLAND 3YO FILLY FEATURES Kentuckiana Lodge trainer Cran Dalgety will just have the two talented 3YO fillies, Katy Perry and Delightful Lana, racing at Auckland this month. “Katy Perry is already in Auckland and Delightful Lana will also go up,” Cran said. “There are enough good races coming up…

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