Cop that! Copy That overcomes mistakes with blistering display of speed
And crucial gear changes expected to improve Line Up for Cambridge
Lincoln Farms’ boss John Street invites everyone to join the family
“Welcome to Lincoln Farms’ revamped website, the new gold standard for racing in this country. Here you’ll be able to read all about our racing team and our history and see the fun we’re having with our special partnerships. Whether it be at the gallops, the trots or in Singapore, our horses are providing the thrills without the risks.
If you thought owning a horse was beyond you, think again, here at Lincoln Farms we make racing affordable for everyone. Lynne and I have been lucky enough to win some big races over the last 20 years and we have some exceptional prospects emerging this season.
We’ve engaged Hall Of Fame writer Barry Lichter to bring you all the excitement of our operation, so bookmark this page, enjoy the site, and make sure you register for our emails.
Flip through our 2018-19 year books - stunning images bring the triumphs to life
Al proud of our boy Trojan Banner who is in the running for three-year-old of the year
It’s no Miracle, says Stephen, you’ve just got to give them plenty of Time to get confidence
Sorry mate, that wasn’t one of your best so the old man will show you what patience means
Ray: Henry Hu? Line Up has the speed to take him apart on Friday night
Lincoln Hills facing a mountain of challenges at Hastings on Saturday
Terrible barrier draws put the kibosh on Latta’s Taupo hopes on Friday
Expect dramatic improvement from Father Lenihan in better footing at Wanganui
Al just has some tinkering to do with Billy then he’ll be winning them in a row
Barnstorming late charge to win trial signals good times ahead for Platinum Invador
Sir Tiger playful again as swelling subsides and Billy’s set to trial tomorrow
Ray’s big reveal after Cambridge workout win: On ability Copy That and Line Up are on a par
Our latest winners
- Merv and Meg Butterworth for Copy That’s brilliant win at Auckland.
- Emilio and Mary Rosati for Line Up’s win at Auckland.
- Ian Gradwell, Chris Western, Shannon Flay, Four Legs Syndicate, Ian Middleton and John and Lynne Street for Northview Hustler’s win at Albion Park.
- Peter Jaffares, Ian Middleton and John and Lynne Street for Lincoln Moonlight’s win at Kranji in Singapore.
- John and Lynne Street for Lincoln Dreamer’s come-from-last win at Wanganui.
- Rod and Sue Fleming, Peter Jeffares, John and Lynne Street and Ian Middleton for Vasari’s dashing late win at Albion Park.
- Emilio and Mary Rosati for Perfect Stride’s Breeders’ Crown semi-final win at Bendigo.
- Rod and Sue Fleming, Peter Jeffares, John and Lynne Street and Ian Middleton for Vasari’s third win in Queensland.
- Merv and Meg Butterworth for Bettor My Dreamz’s win at Alexandra Park.
- Neville McAlister and John and Lynne Street for Platinum Rapper’s win at Riccarton.
- John and Lynne Street for Lincoln’s Girl’s fifth win in Queensland.
- Steve Beckett, Kevin Bell, Michael Brereton, Denis James, Margaret Rabbitt, Excell Syndicate, Athenry Syndicate, Kim Miller and John and Lynne Street for Sir Tiger’s win at Cambridge.
- Neville McAlister and John and Lynne Street for Platinum Volos’ upset win at Otaki.
- Emilio and Mary Rosati for Perfect Stride’s swansong win at Auckland.
- Rod and Sue Fleming, Peter Jeffares, Ian Middleton and John and Lynne Street for Vasari’s decisive win at Redcliffe.
- Bob Best, Merle Gradwell, Green Machine Racing Syndicate, Brian & Margaret Rabbitt, Joe & Raewyn Chojnacki, Ray Green, Ian Middleton and John and Lynne Street for Trojan Banner’s seventh straight win in Brisbane.
Our runners this week
Thursday at Wanganui
Friday at Taupo
Princess Amelie, Platinum Road.
Friday night at Auckland
Bettor My Dreamz, The Empress, Double Or Nothing, Line Up, Copy That, Lindi Lincoln.
Friday night at Kranji
Silent Prince (Scratched).
Saturday at Hastings
Saturday night at Albion Park
Sunday at Kranji
News in brief
Street talks about his yearling buys
Lincoln Farms’ boss John Street, pictured above flanked by trainer Ray Green, left, and business manager Ian Middleton, right, bidding on the $140,000 Bettor’s Delight colt at Karaka.
NZB Standardbred’s Bruce Barlass caught up with Street after he claimed the title of leading buyer at Addington two days later, securing seven lots for $463,000.
You can watch the interview on the following link: