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Zed Em out to defend crown - NZ Racing Desk

Zed Em looks to be on track to defend his crown in the Grand Annual Steeplechase (5500m) at Warrnambool next month after his eye-catching win over 2000m at Werribee on Saturday.

Beauty Generation wins Chairman's Trophy - NZ Racing Desk

Beauty Generation brushed aside his rivals to win the Gr.2 Chairman’s Trophy (1600m) at Sha Tin on Sunday setting up the prospect of an unprecedented third victory in the Gr.1 Champions Mile (1600m) at the end of the month.

NZ Football launches home training programme

With the country officially in lockdown, now is the perfect time for young players all over New Zealand to sharpen their skills ahead of the upcoming winter season.

Bosson making hay while Sydney sun shines - NZ Racing Desk

Kiwi jockey Opie Bosson is making the most of his opportunities and fresh from landing the Gr.1 Australian Derby (2400m) aboard Quick Thinker at Randwick on Saturday, he is eyeing further riches as the Sydney autumn carnival.

Mintz confirms third season in Auckland

Inaugural Auckland Tuatara manager Stephen Mintz has confirmed he will return for a third season at the helm of the franchise.

Whitaker ready to go bush after his "hibernation"

By Andy McGechan,

There's perhaps nothing worse for a motorcycle champion than being kept locked up indoors.

Lewis Clareburt awarded Swimmer of The Year

Swimming New Zealand hosted the 2019 SNZ Awards last week. The awards were originally planned to be awarded during the 2020 Aon Open championships, however, due to the current situation - the event was postponed.

Kiwi squash players miss out as World Junior Champs cancelled

Unfortunate news for the squash world that due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the WSF (World Squash Federation) and Squash Australia have regretfully agreed to cancel the WSF World Junior Championships that had been scheduled to take place in July 2020 on the Gold Coast.

Lockdown logistics top priority for kiwi trainer in Singapore

Ex-pat Kiwi trainer Donna Logan will spend the next few days putting the logistics in place for her Kranji-based stable to cope with the new regulations imposed by a Singapore Ministry of Health directive that will see Singapore racing put on hiatus until at least May 4 due to the Covid-19 pandem

Sargent mulling his options with Brandenburg

A possible tilt at the Gr.1 All Aged Stakes (1400m) in a fortnight or a stint in the spelling paddock are two of the options for promising three-year-old Brandenburg after his gritty performance to finish third in Saturday’s Gr.1 Doncaster Mile (1600m) at Randwick.