The Harness Breeders New South Wales Award Ceremony was conducted on the weekend and we would like to congratulate all the winners on your magnificent achievements!
Major Crocker opened up his 2017/18 campaign with a win in the Preux Chevalier FFA at Melton last Thursday night.
Chase Auckland showed he is a horse that is going places fast with an exhilarating win at Addington tonight.
Titan Banner has resumed this season in fine form and that continued with a win in the Group Three Hannon Memorial at Oamaru on Sunday.
Lost In Time took out the $816,000 Metro Pace final at Mohawk at just his fourth lifetime start.
The HRA Harness Horse of the Year awards are the pinnacle of harness racing in Australia and we are proud to say that three of the pacing award winners were sired by Alabar stallions!
Band Stand remains unbeaten after winning the $250,000 Kentucky Sires Stakes Two Year Old Fillies Final at The Red Mile.
Rock N Roll Heaven continues to cement his stature a high quality proven stallion.
Chase Auckland made his debut on Saturday at Addington and he could not have been more impressive! (Watch Replay)
Band Stand remained unbeaten after winning her $30,000 leg of the Kentucky Sires Stakes at The Red Mile on Saturday night.
Sir Lincoln (Lincoln Royal) sired the first double of his career when both Aramis and Naya both won at Cambridge.
Rock N Roll Heaven sired a Vicbred Platinum Home Grown Classic heat double at Bendigo last night.
A Rocknroll Dance's incredibly promising start to his siring career continued when he sired a double in the first round of the Kentucky Sires Stakes.
Heaven's Gait great season continued on Sunday with a win in the $263,100 Empire Breeders Classic.
Obvious Blue Chip (Roll With Joe) bounced back to the winners circle with a one length win in the $257,850 Empire Breeders Classic for three year old pacing fillies.