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  • 222-250 Manakau Road, Pukekohe

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pukekohe_Park_Raceway

Racecourse : Pukekohe (New Zealand)

Last 12 Meetings

22 JUN 2022

R1 - R10 HEAVY

Out 7m | 41mm Rain Last 7 Days | No Rain Last 24 Hours.10113
28 MAY 2022



R3 - R10 SLOW

Out 4m.10115
23 APR 2022

R1 - R8 GOOD

10 APR 2022

R1 - R8 GOOD

Out 7m | Heavy Dew.885
23 MAR 2022

R1 - R8 SLOW

Out 5m On Home Bend, Remainder Out 4m | 4.5mm Rain Overnight.854
12 MAR 2022

R1 - R8 DEAD

Out 2.5m On Home Bend, Remainder True.887
23 FEB 2022

R1 - R10 GOOD

True | 5mm Irrigation Overnight.10114
20 DEC 2021

R1 - R12 DEAD

Out 7m.12128
11 NOV 2021

R1 - R11 GOOD

23 JUN 2021


27 MAY 2021



R4 - R10 SLOW

Out 5m.10125
11 APR 2021


True | 7mm rain overnight, 20mm last 24 hours.758

Track Map Guide

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