New Zealand trainers will be able to continue to work their horses under government guidelines.
Racing is undeniably a small cog in this global crisis but to all its fans and those, the world over, who rely on it for their livelihoods, it is a vital one.
The racing industry is taking steps to reduce the potential for the spread of the COVID-19 virus among participants and public by closing its meetings to all but essential personnel.
On April 4 Racing Te Aroha will host the 49th running of the Gr.1 New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders’ Stakes (1600m).
Keith & Faith Taylor Equine Scholarship recipient Hannah Airey reports on her first week in Ireland at the Irish National Stud.
A son of Haunui Farm stallion Iffraaj topped the Book 2 session of the Magic Million Gold Coast Yearling Sale on Monday.