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John Langdon (driver)

John Langdon (born 1947) is a former driver of standardbred racehorses in New Zealand. He was associated with many champions and was a leading driver of harness horses in New Zealand.

He is notable for winning the Inter Dominion Championship twice, both times in 1975. The Inter Dominion is the premier trotting series of races between Australia and New Zealand. [1] He is also an inductee in the Inter Dominion Hall of Fame. John also won the Auckland Trotting Cup and the New Zealand Trotting Cup. These are the two top races in New Zealand.

Big race wins

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