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Doncaster within Sargent’s grasp

Randwick trainer John Sargent is poised to make a splash when Brandenburg contests Saturday’s Gr.1 Doncaster Mile (1600m).

Tours sidelined - Four-day working-week for NZC

The BLACKCAPS’ winter tours of the Netherlands, Scotland, Ireland and the West Indies are in serious doubt as the COVID-19 outbreak bites deeper into the world sporting calendar.

Oaks winner bound for spelling paddock

New Zealand-bred filly Miami Bound won’t get her chance to add another Oaks victory to her resume, having been sent for a spell by trainer Danny O’Brien.

LPL and New Zealand Football present the FIFA 20 Online Competition

LetsPlay.Live continues their partnership with New Zealand Football to bring gamers more esports with the LPL New Zealand Football FIFA 20 Online Competition.

Derby King out for more classic success - NZ Racing Desk

It’s no secret that wily Cambridge trainer Murray Baker loves a staying contest.

Technology vital in Sydney preparation

Technology has been a godsend for Tony Pike in preparing his trio of Sydney runners for their Autumn assignments.

Golf: The Master Move

“Scientifically, what Moe (Norman) does is perfect,” Kuykendall says. “It’s what we call an ideal mechanically advantaged golf swing. It is a maximum force with least effort. It’s as perfect as a human being can do. The second-best is Lee Trevino’s.

World squash rankings frozen

New Zealand professional squash players, Paul Coll and Joelle King along with others have had their world rankings frozen by the Professional Squash Association (PSA) during the ongoing suspension of the PSA Tour due to the global outbreak of COVID-19.

NZ Rugby and Super Rugby Clubs working together to sustain the game

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) has announced an emergency grant will be made available to New Zealand’s five Super Rugby clubs to ensure the clubs and competition are in the best position possible for when the Investec Super Rugby competition resumes.

End of the Road for Wellfield sire

Road To Rock, the sire of dual Hong Kong Horse Of The Year Beauty Generation, passed away last week.

The Wellfield Lodge stallion had been battling laminitis issues in recent years and the tough decision was made to euthanise the dual Group One winner.