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Saturday, August 28 2021
Rupert Clarke awaits Probabeel

Classy Kiwi mare Probabeel (NZ) (Savabeel) remained unbeaten at Caulfield when claiming Saturday’s Gr.3 W.W. Cockram Stakes (1200m) and will seek a second Group One success at the venue next month.

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Saturday, August 28 2021
Key races pushed back a week

Friday’s announcement that New Zealand will remain in Alert Level 4 until 11:59pm on Tuesday has required New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing to reshuffle the deck when it comes to racing programs in the coming weeks.

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Thursday, August 26 2021
Noble calling on reinforcements

While many of the country’s trainers will be hoping to be trackside this weekend with the possible resumption of racing, Lance Noble won’t be one of them.

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Thursday, August 26 2021
Fresh is best for Memsie hope Aegon

Group One winner Aegon (NZ) (Sacred Falls) has arrived in Melbourne ahead of a tilt at a competitive A$1 million Gr.1 Memsie Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield on Saturday.

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Thursday, August 26 2021
Tallyho stays home

Star jumper Tallyho Twinkletoe (NZ) (St Reims) was not amongst the nominations for Sunday’s Grand National Steeplechase (4500m) at Ballarat, with connections of the Kevin Myers-trained 11-year-old opting against a trip across the Tasman.

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Thursday, August 26 2021
NZB Ready to Run Sale Trainer Series to Resume

Following on from last year’s successful Series, New Zealand Bloodstock is pleased to announce a further eleven NZB Ready to Run Sale Trainers Series race sponsorships, with incentivised prize packages awarded to domestic trainers over the next three months.

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Wednesday, August 25 2021
Bambry holds strong hand at home meeting

Local trainer Chrissy Bambry is looking forward to lining up a handful of runners at Awapuni on Saturday, should the Government announce an easing in alert levels.

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Monday, August 23 2021
Group One winning trainer bows out

Andrew Campbell has become the second high-profile trainer in the past week to announce his retirement.

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Thursday, August 19 2021
Mild lameness advised for ace Kiwi mare

Trainer Jamie Richards has this morning informed Racing NSW Stewards that Entriviere (NZ) (Tavistock), an acceptor in the Gr.3 Toy Show Quality (1100m) to be run at Randwick on Saturday, was found to be mildly lame in the off foreleg after working at Randwick this morning.

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