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November 2014

Results – Dean Cooksley Memorial 29/11/2014

Dean Cooksley Memorial Race Report — Paula Hasler. Seasoned campaigner Jan Brosnahan kept ahead of the hounds to win the Dean Cooksley Memorial handicap race in testing conditions. Racing started in Green Island through Brighton to the end of the… Continue Reading →

Dean Cooksley Memorial

Come and join us for the last road race of the year! Please note this Saturday 29th (not saturday 30th as posted in program) Pre-entries by email to Joe Chapman ( by Friday 5.00 pm for handicapping. Sign in from… Continue Reading →

Logan Park Circuit Racing

An entirely new course this week will see us tearing round Logan Park to the cheers of the locals (probably just getting home from the night before). Sure to be an exciting race on an interesting circuit right in the… Continue Reading →

Cooper-Forster proves he is more than all talk

Flynn Cooper-Forster had a breakthrough night with a stellar performance in junior racing at Seddon Park on Tuesday night. The effervescent Cooper-Forster riding off 170m in the feature race of the evening, the junior handicap, rode through the field and… Continue Reading →

Sunday 16 November – Wharf Circuit Criterium

Do you feel the need for speed? Then put your race wheels on and get down to the wharf this Sunday morning. Criterium racing is fast and furious and always a blast! Where: Click here When: Sunday – Race start… Continue Reading →

Tuesday track report

James McKellar showed the effects of a hard winter training, winning the 500m time trial at Seddon Park on Tuesday with a time of 40.21s. Bryony Telford was the closest competitor, stopping the clock at 43.80s, just ahead of Russell… Continue Reading →

** IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ** – This weekend’s race postponed

Advertised High Road race this Sunday the 9th postponed until Sunday the 7th of December.   Unfortunately Highcliff Rd remains too dangerous to race on due to damage sustained last week, large chunks of the road have been lifted up… Continue Reading →

Rear to front for Archbold

A day made a big difference for James Archbold when he went from finishing at the rear of the field on Saturday to winning the Ralston Memorial 60km handicap on Sunday. Archbold, 50, from Timaru, whose son Shane won gold… Continue Reading →

Stott wins Hastie again after 22 years

Repetition is the mother of skill as Justin Stott discovered when winning the Hastie Memorial 120km Millers Flat to Mosgiel race on Saturday. Clocking up hundreds of kilometres each week in preparation for the Tour of Southland has led to… Continue Reading →

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