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Harold Logan

Harold Logan
Breed Standardbred
Sire Logan Pointer (USA)
Grandsire Star Pointer
Dam Ivy Cole (NZ)
Damsire King Cole (NZ)
Gender Gelding
Foaled 1 September 1922
Country New Zealand
Color Bay
Breeder J.J. ‘Jack’ Coffey
Owner 1. P. Brown
2. Miss Effie Hinds (NZ)
Trainer 1. F.R. Legg
2. R J ("Dick") Humphreys (NZ)
3. Miss Effie Hinds
Record 108 starts for 29 wins and 20 placings
Major Wins, Awards and Honors
Major Wins
1931 New Zealand Trotting Cup
1932 New Zealand Trotting Cup
New Zealand Trotting Hall of Fame
Infobox last updated on: 2010-3-14.

Harold Logan was a New Zealand Standardbred racehorse that won two New Zealand Trotting Cups. [1] He was a leading performer in 1931 and 1932. In 1932, he won the New Zealand Trotting Cup with a handicap of 60 yards.



Harold Logan was by the good sire, Logan Pointer (USA), his dam was the “non-Standardbred mare”, Ivy Cole by King Cole. Logan Pointer sired 187 winners for a record £229,000 prize money. King Cole’s second dam, Charity was a Thoroughbred mare.[2]

Race record

He won the following races:

  • 1931 New Zealand Trotting Cup
  • 1932 New Zealand Trotting Cup (handicap 60 Yards)

This was the richest harness race, and sometimes the richest horse race in New Zealand.

Harold Logan raced for the final time in 1938 at the grand old age of 16.

He was an inaugural inductee into the New Zealand Trotting Hall of Fame with the immortals Caduceus, Cardigan Bay, Highland Fling, Johnny Globe and Ordeal.

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