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Deerfield to resurface on final day - NZ Racing Desk

The Chrissy Bambry-trained Deerfield will be back at Hastings on the third day of the spring carnival after a brave performance when fifth in the Gr.1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m) on Saturday.

'Bike racers will embrace opportunity to express'

Perhaps the phrase "you can't have too much of a good thing" is totally appropriate in this case.

The leading women at the ARL table

They’re the four women helping shape the future of the Auckland Rugby League.

Paul Coll beaten by world no.1 in Manchester Squash Open Semis

New Zealand squash pro, Paul Coll has been beaten in the semifinals of the Manchester Squash Open by world No.1 Mohamed ElShorbagy of Egypt in a match which had plenty of drama as well as spectacular shot making.

All Blacks Sevens and Black Ferns Sevens crowned World Series champions

All Blacks Sevens and Black Ferns Sevens players have received their World Series winning medals, trophies and a slew of awards announced by World Rugby today.

Catalyst returning home to spell

Catalyst’s spring campaign is over, but trainer Clayton Chipperfield admits he breathed a sigh of relief when hearing the result of Monday morning’s Sydney veterinary inspection on his stable star.

Tarzino upset confirms Holmes' instinct - NZ Racing Desk

Callsign Mav’s victory in Saturday’s Gr.1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m) was one of the biggest Group One upsets in the history of the Hawke’s Bay Spring Carnival, but Emily Holmes was less surprised than most.

Colgan eager for raceday return - NZ Racing Desk

Top jockey Vinnie Colgan is feeling frustrated counting down the weeks until his return to raceday competition, but that’s a far cry from his outlook on his riding future earlier this year.

'Motorcycling community saddened by tragic loss'

The New Zealand motorcycling community is mourning the tragic loss at the weekend of one of its champions.

Hat-trick for Toyota Gazoo Racing and double for Hartley at Le Mans

Toyota GAZOO Racing made it three in a row with its win at Le Mans on Sunday while Toyota driver, New Zealander Brendon Hartley, added the title to his previous Le Mans win.