Wow what a week we had in harness racing in South Australia.


Saturday night saw John Olds, who is based at Kadina, win Race two with his stable star Rosiano (Alta Christiano -Rosie Robust), with Leah Holman in the bike.

Olds is originally from Broken Hill, where he trained a few winners back in the late 70’s and 80’s.

He trained a horse there, called Easy Flow, which won Horse of the year at Broken Hill, way back in 1982.

John now has just two horses in work, Rosiano, and Kickapoo Creek, which he trains out of Leah Holman’s property.

Rosiano was bred by Wyndown Stud who made it a race-to-race breeding double when three-year-old filly Honeybun scored her third win of the season.


Pacing For Pink month continued, from a possible 75 races run and won, Pacing for Pink Drivers won 31 races, an amazing 41%! Well done to all of our drivers who wore Pacing for Pink pants during May.

The final meeting in May at Port Pirie saw Corey Johnson score a double for Pacing for Pink, and Leah Holman won with the leading Pacer in the region Rythmatic, the Live Or Die gelding has won six races this season all on the Pirie circuit.



Rain, rain and more rain.

This photo says it all..

Globe Derby infield under water
Pacing For Pink 31 wins to aid the McGrath Foundation