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TRENTHAM

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  • Racecourse Road, Trentham, Upper Hutt

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Last 12 Meetings

DateSOTRailsRacesRunners
18 MAY 2024

R1 - R8 SOFT

Out 6m884
06 APR 2024

R1 - R9 SOFT

True9103
16 MAR 2024

R1 - R9 SOFT

True9107
09 MAR 2024

R1 - R9 GOOD

Out 6m975
27 JAN 2024

R1 - R4 SOFT

Out 6m437
20 JAN 2024

R1 - R10 SOFT

True10125
13 JAN 2024

R1 - R9 GOOD

True9112
23 DEC 2023

R1 - R8 SOFT

Out 8m From 1000m-600m, Remainder Out 6m875
16 DEC 2023

R1 - R8 SOFT

Out 6m879
09 DEC 2023

R1 - R9 GOOD

True9104
17 NOV 2023

R1 - R8 SOFT

Out 6m870
04 NOV 2023

R1 - R8 HEAVY

True885

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Related News

Bold Belle upsets at Trentham

It’s hard to describe the win of a $12 third favourite as an upset but that is what consistent mare Bold Belle landed when she led all the way at Trentham over 1100m on Saturday.

Sharrock eyes spring after Rangitikei Cup success

Islington Lass could have Group One goals on her radar after capping her breakthrough campaign with victory in Saturday’s Listed James Bull Rangitikei Cup (1600m) at Trentham.

Age not slowing London Banker

Old warrior London Banker is showing no signs of age catching up with him ahead of his bid to win the Group 3 Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

Positive thoughts for Cole’s Cup hope

Cody Cole is hopeful that his promising mare Kind Thoughts will have her chance at stakes glory in Saturday’s Listed James Bull Rangitikei Cup (1600m) at Trentham.

Banker's bid for Chairman's

Old warrior London Banker is showing no signs of age catching up with him ahead of his bid to win the Group 3 Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

Doomben preview Tuesday: 18th May 2024

Old warrior London Banker is showing no signs of age catching up with him ahead of his bid to win the Group 3 Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

Memorable 2024 for Ormsby

Multi-talented horseman Chad Ormsby has had a year to remember with four black-type victories to his credit.

Home targets for Wewillrock

A return to Australia was on the cards for Wewillrock this winter, but trainers Guy Lowry and Leah Zydenbos have elected to keep him in New Zealand to tackle some home targets.

Orlov enhances record with New Plymouth victory

Progressive galloper Orlov made it consecutive victories and three wins in his last five starts when he dashed home near the fence to take out the feature flat race at New Plymouth on Saturday, the Landmark Homes (1800m).

Connello strikes winning form at New Plymouth

Two-year-old filly Connello produced a powerful home straight sprint in tricky conditions to capture her maiden victory when taking out the AB Electrical Ltd 2YO (!200m) at New Plymouth on Saturday.

Forsman chases black-type spoils on both sides of the Tasman

Within the space of less than half an hour on Saturday afternoon, Andrew Forsman will be represented by key chances in Group Three races in both Australia and New Zealand.

Sumi headlines home-track team for Sharrock

New Plymouth trainer Allan Sharrock will be represented by a talented team of half a dozen on his home track on Saturday afternoon, including a pair of potential black-type contenders in the day’s open handicap feature.

Age no hurdle for Izymydaad

A pair of rising 12-year-olds fought out the finish of Thursday’s Dr John Moore Memorial Open Steeplechase (3800m) at Wanganui, with the Ken Duncan-trained Izymydaad coming out on top.

Former captain having a sweet time training racehorses

Jim Sweetensen spent decades at sea captaining merchant ships, but there was always one thing that he couldn’t shake – a dream to train racehorses.


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