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RUAKAKA

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  • Peter Snell Road, Ruakaka, Northland

Racecourse : Ruakaka (NZ) http://www.ruakakaracing.co.nz/Portals/215/EasyGalleryImages/38/964/Ruakaka%20January%20grass%20hill.jpg

Last 12 Meetings

Date SOT Rails Races Runners
13 JUL 2024

R1 - R7 GOOD

Out 6m 400m-800m, Remainder Out 3m 7 59
29 JUN 2024

R1 - R9 GOOD

Out 3m 9 97
08 JUN 2024

R1 - R9 SOFT

Out 8m 9 94
01 MAY 2024

R1 - R8 GOOD

Out 11m 8 81
03 APR 2024

R1 - R7 GOOD

Out 3m 7 53
05 JAN 2024

R1 - R8 GOOD

Out 3m 8 89
14 NOV 2023

R1 - R8 FIRM

Out 12m 8 76
09 SEP 2023

R1 - R9 SOFT

True 9 92
19 AUG 2023

R1 - R8 GOOD

True 8 82
05 AUG 2023

R1 - R8 SOFT

Out 6m 8 88
15 JUL 2023

R1 - R8 SOFT

True 8 77
01 JUL 2023

R1 - R9 SOFT

Out 6m 9 105

Related News

Tide And Time continues local stable’s run

With or without the unbeaten Dan Vegas, Ruakaka trainers Kenny Rae and Krystal Williams have been unstoppable in three-year-old races on their home track this winter.

Malt Time maintains perfect Ruakaka record

The class of Group One performer Malt Time shone through again at Ruakaka on Saturday, recovering from a sluggish start to score a runaway win in the ITM/Gib Sprinters’ Winter Championship Final (1400m).

Resurgent Shamus heads Ruakaka team for Murdochs

Moira and Kieran Murdoch will have runners in three of the $60,000 ITM/Gib Winter Championship Finals at Ruakaka on Saturday, including a recent recruit who appears to be back on top of his game.

Ormsby eyes spring after filly’s freakish win

An extraordinary performance by Sister Ping at Cambridge on Wednesday has Chad Ormsby excited about the filly’s prospects for her three-year-old season.

Rae pleased with home-track squad for Finals Day

Despite the absence of an unbeaten three-year-old who has lit up the last two Ruakaka racedays, the local father-daughter duo of Kenny Rae and Krystal Williams are set to play a big role again during Saturday’s ITM/Gib Winter Championship Finals Day.

Ritchie rapt with Cambridge double

Frank Ritchie was thrilled to collect a winning double on the Cambridge Synthetic on Wednesday, mostly due to whom he was able to share the success with.

In-form Cimarron major Cup contender

Cimarron has made a smooth transition to middle distance racing and he looks well-placed to further his record at Ruakaka on Saturday.

Grove Street gets Ferrando off the mark

First-season sire Ferrando was credited with his first winner when Grove Street led all the way for an upset victory in Saturday’s Sign Central 2YO (1100m) at Hastings.

Livamol a long-range target for Solidify

Solidify has been finding his feet over middle-distances this autumn and winter, and another bold performance in Saturday’s John Young Family (2200m) at Te Rapa could be a stepping stone towards a Group One target in the spring.

Phelan to feature prominently at Te Rapa and Hastings

Shaun Phelan is set to be represented by leading contenders at both New Zealand race meetings on Saturday, despite the likely scratching of his six-race winner Enchanted Elle.

Sulabella scores at Arawa Park

Sulabella made the journey down to Rotorua worthwhile for Michelle Bradley on Wednesday, producing a tough win in the Arawa Park Hotel Rotorua 1560.

Smart 3YO Dan Vegas doing the family proud

Dan Vegas is continuing Totara Park Stud’s outstanding run of success with the family of the unbeaten three-year-old.

Gerard hoping to finish partnership on a high

Pam Gerard is hoping to finish her final term in partnership with Michael Moroney on a high over the coming month, kicking off with a small team at Rotorua on Wednesday.

Cup dream alive with marathon man Mahrajaan

Early trans-Tasman discussions have encouraged Shaune Ritchie to aim at Australasia’s top staying prize with his distance specialist Mahrajaan.