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  • Stanley Road, South Te Aroha

Last 12 Meetings

Date SOT Rails Races Runners
27 JUN 2024

R1 - R10 HEAVY

Out 5.5m 10 82
03 JUN 2024

R1 - R10 HEAVY

Out 2.5m 10 104
03 JAN 2024

R2 - R9 GOOD

True 9 96
29 NOV 2023

R1 - R4 SOFT


R2 - R10 GOOD

Out 7m 10 125
03 NOV 2023

R1 - R10 SOFT

Out 3m 10 99
03 JAN 2022

R1 - R10 GOOD

True. 10 116
27 NOV 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD

True. 9 99
09 NOV 2021

R1 - R9 DEAD


R5 - R10 GOOD

Out 7m | No Rain. 10 103
28 OCT 2021

R1 - R9 DEAD

Out 6m | 2mm Rain Overnight. 9 89
15 OCT 2021

R1 - R8 SLOW

Out 6m. 8 82
03 OCT 2021

R1 - R10 SLOW

Out 3m | No Rain. 10 110
19 SEP 2021


True. 9 88

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