Group One winner Sentimental Miss will head across the Tasman this spring to try and add to her burgeoning CV.“It was always the long term plan for her to go to Australia for her five-year-old season,” Go Racing principal Albert Bosma said.“Given COVID-19, it now looks...
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Trainer David Greene received a pleasant surprise at Te Aroha on Sunday when debutant Judy’s Song raced away in the closing stages of a maiden 1200m contest to score an unexpected victory. Greene had earmarked the Niagara four-year-old as a potential stayer that would need...
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Te Awamutu horseman Clayton Chipperfield is pleased with the progress of his stable star Catalyst as he builds towards a spring campaign in Sydney.The son of Darci Brahma is likely to have at least one trial before crossing the Tasman and is set to have a hit-out at the Taup...
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The Oaks Stud have a position available for an experienced person to join our team for the 2020 breeding season.This is a varied role that includes preparing yearlings for the sales, work in the breeding shed & general farm and stable duties.You must be confident handling yo...
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Reigning Champion Trainer Mark Walker snared two victories when racing resumed following a three-month Covid-19 interruption on Saturday at Kranji Racecourse in Singapore Singapore debutante Ronaldo’s Dream (NZ) (Darci Brahma) put in a dominant performance to win a Restric...
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Trainer Mike Moroney’s Melbourne team for the Spring has been bolstered by the arrival of Group Two winner Harlech (NZ) (Darci Brahma) from New Zealand. Harlech arrived on Wednesday morning, along with stakes-placed rising three-year-old Snapper (NZ) (Power), to continue p...
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Sluggish starts have proven costly for Trumbull (NZ) (Darci Brahma) this campaign but the talented sprinter has finally done everything right to land a deserved stakes win at Rosehill.The gelding had filled the minors in three of his four previous runs and had been luckless ...
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Talented four-year-old Alfa Oro (NZ) (Bachelor Duke) continued his picket fence formline when successful in the Neds Handicap (1100m) at Caulfield on Saturday after leading throughout under Ben Melham.The handsome New Zealand bred gelding has been patiently handled...
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New Zealand-bred gelding Alfa Oro will attempt to keep his picket fence form line intact at Caulfield on Saturday when he contests the Neds Handicap (1100m). The son of Bachelor Duke has had just the six lifetime starts after fracturing his right-fore cannon bone after his s...
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Joao Moreira got the fillip he’d been looking for at Happy Valley on Wednesday, teaming up with Caspar Fownes to nail a much-needed double. The Brazilian entered the arena four wins adrift of championship leader Zac Purton and that widened to five when the reigning champ t...
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