I Can Doosit Returns To Breckon Farms At Te Awamutu

New Zealand’s champion trotter I Can Doosit is back at Breckon Farms at Te Awamutu after a minor operations on his fetlocks. “The prognosis is good for him,” says his Auckland owner Ken Breckon. “He will be out for a good six months on the farm before having a slow preparation of beach training. “It […]

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Winners this past week from Breckon Farms Draft

Bettor Dreams 3yr old filly Bettor’s Delight / Pocketfullofdreams won at Pinjarra W A 15thApril 1684 mtrs m r 1 54.3 track record Hot Mach 2yr old colt Mach Three / Warm soak won at Cambridge 18thApril over 2200mtrs m.r.2-00.8 from the older horses Better Yarn 5yr old Bettor’s Delight / Vanyana won at Perth […]

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The collection’s complete: I Can Doosit again

I Can Doosit not only won Mark Purdon’s first ever Dominion Trot at Addington Raceway today (Friday November 16) but the champion 7-year-old trotter also equalled Auckland Reactor’s mark of 17 consecutive harness racing victories. I Can Doosit now only needs seven more wins to equal Courage Under Fire’s all-time New Zealand record of 24 […]

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I Can Doosit unbelievable in NZ Free-For-All

New Zealand’s Harness Horse-of-the-Year not only won today’s (Tuesday November 13) Group One New Zealand Trotting Free-For-All at Addington Raceway – he absolutely annihilated his nine opponents. The gifted son of Muscles Yankee racked up his 16th consecutive win in sensational form. Sitting parked he smashed the New Zealand 2000m standing start record by 4.2 […]

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Ken and Karen Breckon – triumphant again

It seems Ken and Karen Breckon just can’t shake that winning feeling at the moment. The popular harness racing enthusiasts and winning owners of Inter-Dominion champ I Can Doosit were back in the groove tonight (Friday) at the Reefton Trotting meeting held at Addington Raceway. This time it was promising three year old filly Maid […]

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I Can Doosit: 2011 Interdom Trotting Champ

The Infield sign closest to the winning post at Alexandra Park reads “Breckon Farms, breeding champions” so it was entirely appropriate that was just about the spot where I Can Doosit mastered boom Australian Let Me Thru to become 2011 harness racing Interdominion trotting champion. And if Breckon Farms boss Ken Breckon has his way, […]

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