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Peter Wolfenden

Peter Wolfenden or P T Wolfenden is a driver of Standardbred racehorses in New Zealand. He is notable that he drove New Zealand's top pacer Cardigan Bay to victory in the New Zealand Trotting Cup. [1] He was the top driver throughout the 1970s and represented New Zealand in the World Driving Championship in harness racing. [2]

See also

Big race wins

Reference list


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