Former Christchurch trainer and studmaster Alan Harvey died on Monday, April 30, aged 76.
Harvey had modest success has a trainer after being first licensed in 1982, training six winners.
The first of those, Adadas, was at Greymouth in March 1984 and the last, Kamwood Raider, at Addington in June 2010.
Harvey stood the imported Albatross sire Sir Ten Ten at his Avon Lodge Stud in the late 80s and early 90s, the horse leaving 14 winners.
Alan Moore Harvey was married to Kathy and was father to Karen, Julie and Tony, grandfather to nine and great-grandfather to four.
He was interred at the Avonhead Park Cemetery on Thursday, May 3.
Former trainer Tom Harrison, father of prolific American-based horseman Kelvin, died in Ashburton on Monday, April 30, aged 96.
Harrison retired from training in 1998 after approximately 30 years with a license.
His first winner, Local View, came at Westport on Boxing Day 1972 and the last of his 48 career successes came with Faye’s Image on June 1, 1996.
Before taking out a trainer’s license, Harrison met with some success as an owner in the stables of Derek Jones MNZM, Jack Grant and Pat O’Reilly Snr.
As a trainer, his best horse was the Out To Win gelding In To View, who won eight races in 10 months in 1978 and 1979.
Thomas Drayton Harrison was married for 66 years to his late wife Kath and together they had four children; Graeme, Kelvin, Katrina and Lorayne as well as many grandchildren and great grandchildren throughout New Zealand, Australia and the United States.
His funeral was held on Friday, May 4, in Methven.