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Wednesday, November 30 2022
Stable veteran returns to Clotworthys

Stable favourite Justacanta (NZ) (Per Incanto) has returned to the care of his New Zealand trainers Shaun and Emma Clotworthy after a fruitful time in Australia over the last 18 months.

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Wednesday, November 30 2022
Road trip a winner on two fronts

A lengthy round trip to Woodville this week successfully served a dual purpose in Janelle Millar’s countdown to a top-flight target with her talented mare Zola Express (NZ) (Shamexpress).

Posted by: AT 11:22 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Wednesday, November 30 2022
Prise De Fer hunts breakthrough Group One win

Prise De Fer (NZ) (Savabeel) is zero for 13 in Group One races but a last-start Group Three win has given Matamata trainer Mark Walker reason for optimism ahead of Saturday’s Gr.1 Rydges Wellington Captain Cook Stakes (1600m) at Trentham.

Posted by: AT 11:20 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Tuesday, November 29 2022
Fresh Aegon ready for Captain Cook

Aegon (NZ) (Sacred Falls) has appreciated time between assignments from an early age and that selective approach continues to bring out the best in the five-year-old.

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Tuesday, November 29 2022
Alfriston looks for Bonecrusher reward after bold 2000 Guineas effort

Fresh from nearly causing a 78-1 Classic boilover at Riccarton, Alfriston (Jukebox) will be aiming to show on Saturday that the run was no fluke.

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Monday, November 28 2022
Impressive Waitak swoops on Eagle Memorial

A storming late run by powerfully built three-year-old Waitak continued the latest run of success for his sire Proisir as he captured the Listed Trevor & Corallie Eagle Memorial (1500m) at Te Rapa.

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Monday, November 28 2022
Double delight for Zackey at Te Rapa

Fresh off winning the first feature race on the card at Te Rapa on Saturday aboard Waitak in the Listed Trevor & Corallie Eagle Memorial (1500m), South African jockey Craig Zackey added the main event of the day when he guided Prise De Fer to a narrow victory in the Gr.3 Eagle Technology Stakes (1600m).

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Monday, November 28 2022
Bright future for Tokyo Tycoon

Te Akau racing dominated the juvenile event at Te Rapa on Saturday with debutant Tokyo Tycoon (NZ) (Satono Aladdin) heading home a Mark Walker-trained trifecta in the SkyCity Hamilton Waikato Cup Day 10 Dec 2YO (1100m).

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Monday, November 28 2022
Patience paying dividends with quality mare Faithful Feat

Five-year-old mare Faithful Feat (NZ) (Per Incanto) will be aimed at black-type assignments this campaign after a dominant victory in an open handicap over 1300m at Te Rapa on Saturday.

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Monday, November 28 2022
Ruakaka raiders end Cromwell meeting on a high

Northland trainers Kenny Rae and Krystal Williams had their patience rewarded in more ways than one with a triumphant end to Sunday’s Cromwell Cup meeting.

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Monday, November 28 2022
Emotional win tops super day for Carston

Riccarton trainer Andrew Carston had a super day at Cromwell on Sunday with a trio of wins and two second placings from six runners.

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Monday, November 28 2022
Quality mare Sinarahma full of surprises

Sinarahma exceeded expectations at Te Rapa with a performance that left little doubt she can take full advantage of her remaining opportunities.

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Monday, November 28 2022
Group Two test for Impendabelle

Promising filly Impendabelle will have her first test at stakes level when she heads to Trentham on Saturday to contest the Gr.2 Mode Technology Wakefield Challenge Stakes (1100m).

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Sunday, November 27 2022
Promising stayer the Belle of the Ball at Wanganui

Progressive staying mare La Flora Belle set the scene for further success over the summer months with a determined effort to take out the Listed Steelform Roofing Group Wanganui Cup (2040m) on Saturday.

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Friday, November 25 2022
Railway dream resonates with Frye

Danny Frye describes Our Echo’s entry for January’s Gr.1 Sistema Railway (1200m) at Te Rapa as “pie-in-the-sky” optimism but the North Canterbury trainer is keen to give the emerging sprinter his shot at elite-level glory.

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Friday, November 25 2022
Fresh is best for Paisley Park

Paisley Park will have two major factors in his favour when he fronts trainers Graham Richardson and Rogan Norvall’s black type challenge at Te Rapa on Saturday.

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Friday, November 25 2022
Camino Rocoso shoots for third Cromwell Cup win

North Canterbury trainers John and Karen Parsons would get no greater satisfaction than seeing veteran stayer Camino Rocoso win the Positive Signs And Print Cromwell Cup (2030m) for a third time on Sunday.

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Thursday, November 24 2022
Forsman's rich run continues

Cambridge trainer Andrew Forsman’s golden run continued at Avondale on Wednesday when he picked up a winning double from just the two starters.

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Thursday, November 24 2022
Hold The Press upsets in Levin Stakes

Butler was all the rage ahead of the Listed Levin Stakes (1400m) at Otaki on Thursday, but it was local hope Hold The Press who upset the apple cart.

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Thursday, November 24 2022
Devastate snares Wellington Stakes

Devastate (NZ) (Vadamos) continued his rapid progression with a successful return to Otaki on Thursday to add the Gr.3 Elsdon Park Wellington Stakes (1600m) to his record and continue a dream run for trainer Andrew Forsman.

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Wednesday, November 23 2022
Forsman calls up younger troops

Cambridge trainer Andrew Forsman will be relying on younger members of his team to keep the stable in the black-type limelight this week.

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Tuesday, November 22 2022
Smart 3YO partnership's latest success story

A trans-Tasman association dating back 15 years has come up trumps with another promising three-year-old prospect in Matter Of Honour (Pride of Dubai), who will chase his fourth win on the bounce at Te Rapa on Saturday.

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Tuesday, November 22 2022
Butler looking to clean-up at Otaki

Promising gelding Butler (NZ) (Showcasing) will be after his first stakes scalp when he heads to Otaki on Thursday to contest the Listed Courtesy Ford Levin Stakes (1200m).

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Monday, November 21 2022
Patterson unearths rising star

New Plymouth trainer Robbie Patterson knew from the outset he had a smart filly on his hands in three-year-old filly Terziere (NZ) (Complacent).

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Monday, November 21 2022
Stage Set for Special Karaka 2023

With a series of spring racetrack successes followed by a blockbuster Ready to Run Sale, the New Zealand thoroughbred industry has been on a high in recent weeks, and now New Zealand Bloodstock is keen to keep that momentum rolling right through to its main event – Karaka 2023.

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Monday, November 21 2022
Feature double on Dragon Leap's radar

Major summer sprint targets lie in wait for the talented Dragon Leap, who will head south this week to kick off a new preparation.

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Monday, November 21 2022
Riddell keen for redemption on Babylon Berlin

High-class jockey Jonathan Riddell is keen to get a proper raceday ride aboard speedy five-year-old mare Babylon Berlin.

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Saturday, November 19 2022
Heavenly victory for Ethereal Star at Pukekohe

The winning roll by runners from the Andrew Forsman stable continued at Pukekohe on Saturday when promising filly Ethereal Star (Snitzel) collected the first feature race on the day, the Listed Barfoot & Thompson Challenge Stakes (1100m).

Posted by: AT 11:21 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Saturday, November 19 2022
Letzbeglam wins incident-packed Counties Bowl

The heavily backed Letzbeglam (Snitzel) justified an avalanche of late money to win an incident-packed Gr.3 Haunui Farm Counties Bowl (1100m) at Pukekohe.

Posted by: AT 11:18 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Saturday, November 19 2022
Darci La Bella displays her class at Pukekohe

What a difference 30 minutes made for jockey Jonathan Riddell on Saturday.

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Saturday, November 19 2022
Walker quinellas Counties Cup

On a day where Auckland’s enigmatic weather produced plenty of sunshine combined with heavy showers, stablemates Aromatic (NZ) (Sacred Falls) and Self Obsession (NZ) (Shocking) fought out a thrilling finish in trying conditions to the Gr.3 Pukekohe Traders Counties Cup (2100m).

Posted by: AT 11:14 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Friday, November 18 2022
Te Rapa test looming for Conor O'Ceirin

New Plymouth trainer Robbie Patterson is keen to head north to Te Rapa next month with five-win gelding Conor O’Ceirin (NZ) (Dial A Prayer) to give him a crack at a Group Three scalp.

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Friday, November 18 2022
Viktor a sentimental favourite for Lock

There’s no doubt about the sentiment that Casey Lock attaches to Saturday’s Gr.3 Pukekohe Traders Counties Cup (2100m) candidate Viktor Vegas (NZ) (Tavistock) but even accounting for that, she’s adamant he can win.

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Thursday, November 17 2022
Richardson hopes for something special from Bonny Lass

The last few days have dampened Graham Richardson’s enthusiasm about the prospects of Bonny Lass (NZ) (Super Easy) in Saturday’s Gr.3 Haunui Farm Counties Bowl (1100m) at Pukekohe.

Posted by: AT 11:22 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Wednesday, November 16 2022
Dream winning double for Doyle

Joe Doyle has wasted no time in showcasing his riding talent with a dream introduction to New Zealand racing.

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Wednesday, November 16 2022
Sacred Satono to take on older sprinters in Counties Bowl

Exciting three-year-old Sacred Satono (NZ) (Satono Aladdin) is taking on some of the country’s top older sprinters at Pukekohe on Saturday as he looks to put a minor setback behind him.

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Wednesday, November 16 2022
Forsman previews Pukekohe runners

Cambridge trainer Andrew Forsman will saddle Express Princess (NZ) (Express Princess) in the Gr.2 Dunstan Feeds Auckland Thoroughbred Breeders’ Stakes (1400m) and Ethereal Star in the Listed Barfoot & Thompson Challenge Stakes (1100m).

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Wednesday, November 16 2022
Forsman secures Dee for Aegon's next Group One assignment

Melbourne spring carnival star jockey Mick Dee will ride Group One winner Aegon (NZ) (Sacred Falls) in next month’s Gr.1 Rydges Captain Cook Stakes (1600m) at Trentham.

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Tuesday, November 15 2022
The Growler primed for southern test

The Growler (NZ) (Darci Brahma) will be out to continue his strong southern form when he heads to Ascot Park on Wednesday.

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Tuesday, November 15 2022
Letzbeglam in good order for return

Quality mare Letzbeglam (Snitzel) will bid to add New Zealand black type to her record on Saturday at Pukekohe where she opens a campaign that may see her mix it at Group One level.

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Tuesday, November 15 2022
Avaquinella scores Riccarton triumph

Local trainer Lance Robinson went to Riccarton on Monday confident of his chances in the KN Cooltainer Premier (1400m) and his optimism was rewarded with a three-quarter of a length victory by Avaquinella (NZ) (Proisir) in the opening race of the New Zealand Cup Day card.

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Monday, November 14 2022
Demonetization provides Zackey with local stakes victory

Former South African Champion Apprentice Craig Zackey got his New Zealand career underway at Tauranga on Saturday where he picked up a winning double including the feature event on the card, the Gr.2 Gartshore Tauranga Stakes (1600m) aboard Demonetization (All Too Hard).

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Monday, November 14 2022
Family Ties provides timely RTR reminder

Three-year-old filly Family Ties (NZ) (Contributer) capitalised on a patient ride by champion apprentice Joe Kamaruddin to win the Transport/Hatuma Lime 3YO Maiden (1300m) on Sunday at Hastings.

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Monday, November 14 2022
Zackey makes instant impact

Newly arrived South African jockey Craig Zackey has made an immediate impact in New Zealand.

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Monday, November 14 2022
Poser provides special start to big week for Pertab

With his second Ready to Run Sale draft about to go through the Karaka sale ring, Matamata horseman Kurtis Pertab could hardly have hoped for a better start to one of his most important weeks of the year.

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Monday, November 14 2022
Kirkland Buoyant after Stewards win

Sabin Kirkland was in a buoyant mood at Riccarton on Monday after his gelding Buoyant comfortably took out the Gr.3 Stewards Stakes (1200m).

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Monday, November 14 2022
Pre-race drama no barrier for Legarto in 1000 Guineas

There was drama aplenty around Legarto’s (NZ) (Proisir) triumph in Monday’s Gr.1 Barneswood Farm New Zealand 1000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton on Monday – all of it before the field jumped.

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Monday, November 14 2022
Double Cup delight for Myers

Kevin Myers’ stable successfully defended its crown in the Gr.3 New Zealand Cup (3200m) with rising staying star Aljay prevailing in a driving finish at Riccarton dominated by Central Districts raiders.

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Saturday, November 12 2022
Devastate impressive in Tauranga victory

The winning run of trainer Andrew Forsman continued at Tauranga on Saturday when promising three-year-old Devastate (NZ) (Vadamos) came from last on the home bend to take out the Bayleys Bay Of Plenty 3YO (1400m).

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Saturday, November 12 2022
Lucky charm works some magic for Pitman team

After an unlucky first two days of Christchurch Cup and Show Week, local trainer Michael Pitman decided a wardrobe change was in order to try and turn around the fortunes of the team that he and son Matthew had engaged on the final day at Riccarton.

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Saturday, November 12 2022
New Zealand Cup Day at Riccarton abandoned

One of the biggest days on the domestic racing calendar, New Zealand Cup Day at Riccarton, was abandoned after race three on Saturday due to safety concerns following a horse slipping whilst free of interference rounding the home turn.

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Friday, November 11 2022
All systems go for unbeaten favourite

A small field will work in favour of hot-pot Legarto’s bid to extend her winning sequence to four when she steps out in the Gr.1 New Zealand 1000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton on Saturday.

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Friday, November 11 2022
Three to get ready for Kennedy-Furlong stable

Exhilarating but terrifying, that’s how Riccarton trainer Anna Furlong describes the build-up to Saturday’s Gr.1 Barneswood Farm New Zealand 1000 Guineas (1600m), where she and training partner Shane Kennedy will produce the trio of Blue Solitaire, Perfectly Suited and Kikimora.

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Friday, November 11 2022
Master jockey Roger Lang passes away

Roger Lang, one of the best jockeys in an outstanding era, will be remembered for a list of achievements that defied his constant battle with weight.

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Thursday, November 10 2022
Meadows out to upstage generous uncle in New Zealand Cup

Kevin Myers’ quest for a third victory in the Gr.3 Martin Collins New Zealand Cup (3200m) could be undone by a horse he provided to his nephew Ashley Meadows in generous circumstances.

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Thursday, November 10 2022
Justice served as Wright gets his Guineas

85-year-old Barry Wright was on-hand to cheer home his Gr.1 New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) hero Pier (NZ) (Proisir) at Riccarton last weekend, with the elite-level victory a first in more than 45 years as an owner.

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Thursday, November 10 2022
Sky On Fire heads Welcome Te Akau trifecta

Trainer Mark Walker saddled three runners in the Listed Riccarton Park Function Centre Welcome Stakes (1000m) at Riccarton on Wednesday and scooped the pool with a trifecta.

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Thursday, November 10 2022
McNab's pre-race call on the money

In-form jockey Michael McNab’s plan with Belclare (NZ) (Per Incanto) was executed to perfection at Riccarton this afternoon with an emphatic victory in the Gr.3 Canterbury Breeders’ Stakes (1400m).

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Thursday, November 10 2022
Latta celebrates another stellar day

A double dose of stakes delight at Riccarton on Wednesday continued Lisa Latta’s golden run of form at the New Zealand Cup carnival.

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Thursday, November 10 2022
Stackhouse keen to end trip on a high

Fresh from a winning midweek double, Daniel Stackhouse will be hoping for further success at Riccarton on Saturday before he returns to Australia.

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Thursday, November 10 2022
Homecoming for Vidiano

Pierro mare Vidiano has returned to her homeland after several years in Australia and will make her New Zealand debut in the CR Grace LTD Handicap (1600m) at Hastings on Sunday.

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Tuesday, November 08 2022
Riccarton features in Walker's sights

Firmer footing could be the key to Markus Aurelius (NZ) (Ghibellines) winning his second successive Coupland’s Bakeries Mile at Riccarton on Wednesday, according to Matamata trainer Mark Walker.

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Tuesday, November 08 2022
Deerfield a gamble that keeps on giving

A punt taken on Deerfield (NZ) (Falkirk) as a younger proposition continues to pay dividends for the Bambry family with the promise of more to come from the durable nine-year-old.

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Tuesday, November 08 2022
Railway option for Imperatriz

Imperatriz (I Am Invincible) is building up to a likely start in the Gr.1 Sistema Railway (1200m) at Te Rapa on New Year’s Day.

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Monday, November 07 2022
Last stride victory for Malt Time

Progressive mare Malt Time left it late but got in the deciding stride to register her first victory at Stakes level when she took out the Listed Legacy Lodge Sprint (1200m).

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Monday, November 07 2022
Family affair as Pier claims Group One glory

Emotional scenes played out around the Riccarton birdcage on Saturday afternoon following a desperate finish to the Gr.1 Al Basti Equiworld Dubai New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) that saw Matamata visitor Pier justify his favourite’s tag by the barest of margins

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Monday, November 07 2022
1000 Guineas ruled out for quality filly

Classy three-year-old filly Prowess (NZ) (Proisir) will not back-up in the Gr.1 Barneswood Farm New Zealand 1000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton next weekend, for which she is $4.20 second favourite behind Legarto ($1.65).

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Monday, November 07 2022
Viva Vienna Karaka Million bound

Te Akau Racing usually have a strong hand in the DoubleTree by Hilton Karaka Million 2YO (1200m) and on Saturday leading trainer Mark Walker unearthed another candidate for the January feature when Viva Vienna (NZ) (All Too Hard) landed the SVS Starting Gates 2YO (1000m) at Te Rapa.

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Monday, November 07 2022
Bary all smiles with Guineas hope

John Bary’s fleeting visit to Christchurch at the weekend to monitor leading filly Best Seller’s progress had the desired outcome.

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Monday, November 07 2022
Pier staying with Weatherley for now

Classic-winning three-year-old Pier is likely to campaign in Australia some time next autumn, but it’s not clear what stable he’ll be racing from.

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Saturday, November 05 2022
Parr and Walker combine for stakes success at Riccarton

Visiting Australian rider Josh Parr picked up his first New Zealand victory at Riccarton on Saturday when he combined with trainer Mark Walker and the Te Akau Racing team to guide Campionessa to victory in the Listed Nautical Boat Insurance Metropolitan Trophy (2500m).

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Saturday, November 05 2022
Allpress takes sixth Pegasus Stakes on Lincoln's Kruz

Jockey Lisa Allpress continued her love affair with the feature sprint on the first day of New Zealand Cup Week when she guided Lincoln’s Kruz to victory in the Listed Donaldson Brown Pegasus Stakes (1000m) at Riccarton.

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Friday, November 04 2022
Vale trailblazer Starcraft

History-making New Zealand bred galloper Starcraft has passed away aged 22.

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Friday, November 04 2022
Future looking bright for Asterix

Wexford Stables were excited to see Gr.1 New Zealand Derby (2400m) hero Asterix back at the trials at his home track of Matamata on Thursday.

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Thursday, November 03 2022
Ducks align for Pier ahead of Guineas

Matamata horseman Darryn Weatherley is in good spirits after his classy three-year-old Pier (NZ) (Proisir) drew barrier five for Saturday’s Gr.1 Al Basti Equiworld Dubai New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton.

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Thursday, November 03 2022
Pitman team primed for NZ Cup Carnival

Michael and Matthew Pitman are gearing up for their favourite week of the year – the New Zealand Cup carnival at Riccarton.

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Wednesday, November 02 2022
Bugger the mortgage says Guineas contender

Until last month, Bruce Tapper had never trained a black-type winner. On Saturday, he has two decent chances to win a Group One classic.

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Wednesday, November 02 2022
Walker on track for record-breaking season

Nine-time Champion trainer Mark Walker is slightly ahead of the record-breaking season achieved by Te Akau Racing in 2020/21.

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Tuesday, November 01 2022
Alexander learns plenty about La Crique for the future

Katrina Alexander says she’s learned a lot about her star mare La Crique (NZ) (Vadamos) after her solid effort for fourth in the Gr.1 Empire Rose Stakes (1600m) at Flemington.

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Tuesday, November 01 2022
Defibrillate does Richardson proud again

Defibrillate (NZ) (Shocking) is very much a stable favourite of Graham Richardson and he provided his co-breeder, part-owner and co-trainer with a hugely satisfying victory at Pukekohe Park on Tuesday.

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