Ann Browne, or Mrs Browne as she is more affectionately known, is undoubtedly one of New Zealand racing's most iconic figures.
With a career spanning over six decades, Love Racing spent some time with this 'legend' to produce a three-part series giving you a glimpse into her remarkable life.
PART 1 | Mrs Browne takes us back to where it all began.
PART 2 | Mrs Browne reflects on her life and career, with a pretty cute cameo from a couple of familiar faces.
PART 3 | In the final installment, Mrs Browne takes us up the infamous 'Browne's Hill' and the jump school which helped kick-start plenty of careers - of both horses and jockeys!
The current COVID-19 alert level in Auckland has meant Great Northern Day, on Sunday 3 October, has been relocated to Te Aroha Racecourse. To read NZTR's press release regarding this move, click here.