Lisa on weather watch for Woodville pair who need better footing to get into the action
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.
Ray sorts out his Sires Stakes challenge: Line Up primed but Copy That not on his A game
Return to heavy track at Otaki puts Platinum Volos right in the frame to upset on Sunday
Ray racks up another treble for Lincoln Farms as Louie, Larry and Lindi all go wire to wire
Foot issue has held up this classy-looking black but Lincoln’s Kruz is worth waiting for
From the second row, Sir Tiger will sit coiled up on the markers, waiting for his chance
Big boy Diesel shows he’s ready to race - watch him eat up the heavy Avondale track
Larry Lincoln has the zip to get a nice possie when he debuts at Cambridge on Friday night
Schoolboy Ryan gets top marks on Make Way - Ants and Sonya score his drive a 10 out of 10
They’ve got their eyes on our Billy Boy already and a hat-trick looms at Albion Park today
Schoolboy Ryan, 16, gets the reins behind Make Way at Menangle on Tuesday
Olly, Olly, Olly, Oi, Oi, Oi! Brave Father Lenihan answers the Pope’s prayers at Hawera
Atta boy Zev! Budding junior pilots Double Or Nothing to all-the-way win at workouts
Our latest winners
- John and Lynne Street for Larry Lincoln’s win at Camabridge.
- Merv and Meg Butterworth for Lindi Lincoln’s win at Cambridge.
- Bob Best, Neville McAlister, Rod and Sue Fleming and John and Lynne Street for Double Or Nothing’s win at Cambridge.
- Amy Myocevich, Excell Syndicate, Bob Best, Duncan, John and Dave Chisholm, Warwick Orr, Ian Middleton and John and Lynne Street for Make Way’s 1:51.7 win at Menangle.
- John and Lynne Street for Father Lenihan’s upset win at Hawera.
- Merv and Meg Butterworth for The Empress’ win at Cambridge.
- Merv and Meg Butterworth for Copy That’s win at Cambridge.
- John and Lynne Street for Princess Amelie’s fresh-up win at Waverley.
- John and Lynne Street for Billy Lincoln’s second win in Brisbane.
- Shannon Flay, Ian Gradwell, Chris Western, Four Legs Syndicate, Ian Middleton and John and Lynne Street for Northview Hustler’s fifth win at Albion Park.
- Bob Best, Neville McAlister, Rod and Sue Fleming and John and Lynne Street for Double Or Nothing’s win at Auckland.
- John and Lynne Street, Kim Miller, Brian Rabbitt, Steve Beckett, Kevin Bell, Michael Brereton, Denis James, Margaret Rabbitt, and the 10-strong Excell syndicate of Christine Stuart, Christine Rupp, Lynda Irwin-Parson, Liz Bilton, Sue Donovan, Sue Wilson, Jackie Taylor, Mary Ingles, Sharon Rack and Shirley Arnett for Sir Tiger’s win at Albion Park.
- John and Lynne Street for Billy Lincoln’s win at Albion Park.
- Neville McAlister and John and Lynne Street for Platinum Dubai’s debut win at Otaki.
- Merv and Meg Butterworth for Copy That’s brilliant win at Auckland.
- Emilio and Mary Rosati for Line Up’s win at Auckland.
Our runners this week
Thursday at Woodville
Lincoln Star, Ajay Lincoln.
Friday night at Auckland
Line Up, Copy That, Double Or Nothing, Tommy Lincoln, The Empress, Bettor My Dreamz.
Saturday at Trentham
Platinum Invador, Platinum Dubai, Princess Amelie, Johnny Lincoln, Lincoln Dreamer, Platinum Bordeaux.
Sunday at Menangle
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: