On a roll: Copy That ready but will Auckland get a race off the ground for him next week?
Simply Sam to join champ on Victorian campaign
Lincoln Farms’ boss John Street invites everyone to join the family
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Copy That puts on a show for Merv and Meg at Pukekohe and his recovery thrills Ray
HRNZ backtracks on big race handicaps - review underway but status quo for 2022
We need our harness heroes more than ever - why try to find ways to get them beaten?
Merv: Count Copy That out if the cup goes to a handicap - I’d be nuts to risk his safety
Ray wooing Lady Luck after wide draws hamper Friday night’s runners at the Park
Next To Me survives bad reaction to viral medication - it was touch and go for a while
NZ Met chiefs urge HRNZ to put a hold on handicap decree for prestige races
Punishing our stars won’t make races more competitive - dwindling numbers are to blame
HRNZ bombshell: Top five standing start races to become handicaps to attract more betting
Ray: That’s more like the Frankie Major we expected - he nailed them in two strides
Ideal Kingdom can go one better on Thursday night for loyal Lincoln Farms partners
Simply Sam’s thunderbolt win has Ray plotting Group race bonanza down south
Our latest winners
John and Lynne Street for Frankie Major’s win at Cambridge.
John and Lynne Street, Kim Miller, Robert and Donna Best, Priscilla Edmunds, the Red and Blue Syndicate and the Green Machine Racing Syndicate for Simply Sam’s fifth win at Auckland.
John and Lynne Street, David Turner, Barry and Marie Jones, and the Friday Frenzy Racing Syndicate (Ian Middleton, Peter Jeffares, Bernie McCahill, Mike Ledger and Rob Redwood) for Argyle’s win at Auckland.
Peter Dougherty, Trevor Casey and John and Lynne Street for Next To Me’s win at Cambridge.
John and Lynne Street, Kim Miller, Robert and Donna Best, Priscilla Edmunds, the Red and Blue Syndicate and the Green Machine Racing Syndicate for Simply Sam’s fourth win at Auckland.
John and Lynne Street and Neville McAlister for Platinum Road’s win on the synthetic track at Riccarton.
Bill Gleeson and John and Lynne Street for Lincoln Lover’s win at Otaki.
Phil and Delia Cook for Riverman Sam’s win at Cambridge.
John and Lynne Street, Kim Miller, Robert and Donna Best, Priscilla Edmunds, the Red and Blue Syndicate and the Green Machine Racing Syndicate for Simply Sam’s third win at Auckland.
Phil and Delia Cook for Riverman Sam’s win at Auckland.
Neville McAlister and John and Lynne Street for Platinum Bordeaux’s photo-finish win at Waverley.
Trevor Casey, Matt Hooper and John & Lynne Syreet for Colonel Lincoln’s win at Cambridge.
Our runners this week
Thursday night at Cambridge
Whiz On Bye (Scratched).