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Thursday, June 29 2017

Danielle Johnson will take on the best female riders in the world when she travels to Sweden to compete in the inaugural Lady Jockeys’ Thoroughbred World Championship.

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Thursday, June 29 2017

A trip to Hastings this weekend will signal Ready Eddie’s final jumping appearance before he heads south for his main winter target.

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Thursday, June 29 2017

New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing has announced stakes increases of more than $2 million for Feature and Premier 2 meetings next season.

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Thursday, June 29 2017

Martyn Meade believes the course at Sandown will be ideal for the New Zealand-owned Eminent in next month’s Gr.1 Eclipse Stakes.

Posted by: AT 03:21 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Wednesday, June 28 2017

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Tony Allan was back in the groove at Waverley on Thursday.

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Wednesday, June 28 2017

Kelly McCulloch might have had a hazy view of Ipswich Cup winner Self Sense in the distance in front of her aboard Benzini at the end of that feature, but the Pukekohe jockey's focus is firmly on turning the tables this weekend.

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Tuesday, June 27 2017

Paul Wilcox is the Auckland Racing Club's new chief executive officer.

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Tuesday, June 27 2017

The Graeme and Debbie Rogerson-trained juvenile Malambo notched her first victory when successful in the Atkinson & Donaldson Plumbers 2YO (1230m) at Rotorua on Wednesday.

Posted by: AT 06:38 am   |  Permalink   |  Email
Tuesday, June 27 2017

Robert Hannam is heading for warmer climes and a return to a racing environment he first plied his trade in nearly a quarter of a century ago.

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Tuesday, June 27 2017

Group One mares Orinda, Rising Romance and Savaria have all changed hands.

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Tuesday, June 27 2017

Injury-plagued sprinter Pinzalot faces another lengthy break.

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Monday, June 26 2017

Racing enthusiasts are enraged with premier racing channel - Trackside, not broadcasting the first five races from Singapore last night.

Posted by: AT 07:44 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Monday, June 26 2017

September's A$1 million Memsie Stakes has been pencilled in as the likely spring kick-off for Group One-winning stablemates Bonneval and Jon Snow.

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Sunday, June 25 2017

Black type performer Beefeater is starting to speed up in his foundation work for a spring preparation.

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Sunday, June 25 2017

Apprentice jockey Tui Miles saluted the judge for the first time on Saturday after she rode Seconds Out to win at Tauranga for Matamata trainer Iain Marks.

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Sunday, June 25 2017

John Bary won't hesitate to bypass the early domestic spring features with his stable star Miss Wilson.

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Sunday, June 25 2017

The New Zealand Racing Board Chairperson, Glenda Hughes is deeply involved in the National Party scandal, talking to the woman allegedly bugged by MP Todd Barclay, about withdrawing her complaint to the police.

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Sunday, June 25 2017

Cambridge trainer Tony Pike completed a satisfying 24 hours when Hui Hai Stars dashed home to score an eye-catching win at Te Aroha on Sunday.

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Saturday, June 24 2017

The highest hopes are held for Underthemoonlight, although it will be a while before she is asked to realise those expectations.

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Saturday, June 24 2017

Pacorus' run of form might put regular rider Viktoria Gatu's travel plans on hold.

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Saturday, June 24 2017

Dynamic Eagle is likely to make one more appearance this season before he is put aside ahead of a spring campaign.

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Saturday, June 24 2017

Progressive mare Art Deco underlined her potential as a serious winter performer when she gave her rivals a start and a comprehensive beating over 1200 metres at Tauranga on Saturday.

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Saturday, June 24 2017

Well regarded galloper Kamikaze Rebel is a maiden no longer after putting win number one on the board in comprehensive fashion at Tauranga on the weekend.

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Saturday, June 24 2017

Unique New Zealand-bred filly Casta Diva has posted her first winning strike in Japan.

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Saturday, June 24 2017

Promising South Island two-year-old Irish Express threw his hat in the ring as a likely contender for the major three-year-old classics next season with a gutsy display at Riccarton on Saturday.

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Saturday, June 24 2017

Raw-boned three-year-old Rawmaterial hinted he could be a future open handicapper in the making after overcoming some home straight traffic issues to register a notable victory at Riccarton on the weekend.

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Thursday, June 22 2017

Veuve Clicquot improved on her debut run to open her account at Otaki on Friday and in doing so provided her sire Rock 'N' Pop with his first success.

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Thursday, June 22 2017

Age and experience are bringing out the best in the promising stayer Motuman.

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Thursday, June 22 2017

Mike Breslin is expecting more of the same from Heni in Saturday's Listed Seeka Tauranga Classic.

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Thursday, June 22 2017

New Zealand Group One winner Sound Proposition will have his first run for Kris Lees at Randwick on Saturday.

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Thursday, June 22 2017

Kay Lane is in no rush to have her promising galloper Figurable back to the races.

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Thursday, June 22 2017

Sam Logan has delved into her bag of tricks in an effort to bring out the best in Ngatira Gold.

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Wednesday, June 21 2017

Riccarton trainers Michael and Matthew Pitman hold a strong hand in the open sprint on their home track on Saturday.

Posted by: AT 10:00 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Wednesday, June 21 2017

Chris Johnson's quest for a second jockeys' premiership has been stalled by a suspension.

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Wednesday, June 21 2017

Andrew Carston has set stable runners significant home and away targets this weekend.

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Wednesday, June 21 2017

The unbeaten Manhattan Flame's future has yet to be confirmed.

Posted by: AT 09:57 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Wednesday, June 21 2017

Redefine gives Rachael Frost a chance of further success on her home track on Friday.

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Wednesday, June 21 2017

Rotorua Cup winner Pacorus is set to make his presence felt in Saturday's Orora Kiwi Packaging Kiwifuit Cup at Tauranga, according to Cambridge trainer Chris Wood.

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Tuesday, June 20 2017

Roger James has only got a handful of horses at current racing pitch and three of them have now won in the last four days.

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Tuesday, June 20 2017

The country's leading trainers notched their 100th winner of the season at Pukekohe Park on Wednesday afternoon.

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Monday, June 19 2017

Talented youngsters Hasahalo and Star Treasure are putting a spring in the step of their trainer Stephen McKee.

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Monday, June 19 2017

Two-time Group One winner Nashville is heading south to Riccarton for the Gr.3 eStar Winter Cup.

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Monday, June 19 2017

Well-related three-year-old Artaxerxes is on target for an age group event at New Plymouth next month.

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Monday, June 19 2017

Hawke's Bay debut winner Moscow Mistress will continue her career in Victoria.

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Sunday, June 18 2017

Our Bandit has passed the toughest test of his fledgling career with honours.

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Sunday, June 18 2017

Hunterville horseman Harry Bull isn't planning on coming home any time soon.

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Sunday, June 18 2017

Lance Noble is hoping his breakthrough Australian success with Save The Date will earn the filly a black type start.

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Sunday, June 18 2017

Viktor Vegas' connections have confidence in the well-bred three-year-old's ability to make his mark in the higher grades.

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Sunday, June 18 2017

National Jockey's Premierhip leader Chris Johnson extended his margin on the chasing pack when he scored on Combat Warrior in the opening race at Te Awamutu on Sunday.

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Sunday, June 18 2017

An unlucky run for third at her last start hinted that Malacanto was ready to head back to the winner's enclosure at short notice and that proved the case when she prevailed in a driving finish to the Red Stag Timber Handicap at Trentham on the weekend.

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Sunday, June 18 2017

Ruakaka trainer Donna Logan's judgment proved spot on when she labelled progressive intermediate galloper Command Royale as one of the best chances on the card at her local meeting on Saturday.

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Sunday, June 18 2017

Hardy campaigner Blathwayt is heading to the spelling paddock on top of the world after scoring a comprehensive victory at Trentham on the weekend.

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Sunday, June 18 2017

Pukekohe trainer Nigel Tiley is currently testing the waters in Victoria with promising stayer Megablast ahead of a potential Australian spring campaign for the grey gelding.

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Sunday, June 18 2017

Track specialist Spider reaffirmed his love for his home surroundings when he dealt out a beating to his rating 85 rivals at Ruakaka on Saturday.

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Friday, June 16 2017

Patience and perseverance gained their reward when The Oysterman upstaged his better-performed rivals at Trentham.

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Friday, June 16 2017

The connections of Kaharau received a degree of compensation on Saturday after missing out on a far bigger cheque earlier this year.

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Friday, June 16 2017

Progressive three-year-old Toorak Tower could be on the move to Australia and on Saturday he banked expenses for a possible relocation across the Tasman.

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Friday, June 16 2017

Fully Funded will go for his winter break off the back of his Ruakaka success with loftier targets awaiting the sprinter in the new season.

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Friday, June 16 2017

Shaun Fannin has formed a potent partnership with Kevin Myers in recent seasons and they collected another prestige title at Trentham with the outstanding jumper Sea King.

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Thursday, June 15 2017

Wellington breeding and racing partners David Price and Mark Freeman are on a roll.

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Thursday, June 15 2017

Strapping four-year-old Sensible Princess looks set for a swift run through the grades.

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Thursday, June 15 2017

Lightly-raced filly Shared Secrets has a bright staying future, according to Awapuni part-owner and trainer Mark Oulaghan.

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Thursday, June 15 2017

Tauranga will be the next port of call for the in-form winter stayer Doiknowyou.

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Thursday, June 15 2017

Grand National Steeplechase champion Upper Cut is making encouraging progress in his early build-up toward the defence of his Riccarton title.

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Thursday, June 15 2017

Kelly McCulloch sees no reason why Benzini can't set a new modern-day weight carrying record in Saturday's Listed Ipswich Cup (2150m).

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Wednesday, June 14 2017

Alysha Collett sees a bright future for the Te Teko juvenile winner Style By Design.

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Tuesday, June 13 2017

Victoria is in the grips of winter racing but there is some spring dreaming to be done at Moonee Valley this Saturday when the Kiwi horse Megablast has the first of what could be many runs in Melbourne.

Posted by: AT 10:38 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Tuesday, June 13 2017

Opie Bosson is unlikely to ride again this season.

Posted by: Racing Desk AT 10:34 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Tuesday, June 13 2017

Brisbane Cup winner Chocante has returned to New Zealand for a short break before a spring carnival campaign across the Tasman.

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Tuesday, June 13 2017

The Hawke's Bay carnival will be the spring focus for the dual Listed winner Nymph Monte.

Posted by: AT 10:31 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Tuesday, June 13 2017

The well-named Mountain Mischief has had to overcome a series of nasty set-backs to resume her racing career and the four-year-old now looks in line for a deserved success on her home track.

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Tuesday, June 13 2017

Gerald Innes is making plans for a return trip to Christchurch for his in-form mare Strolling Vagabond.

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Monday, June 12 2017

Stakes winner Storming The Tower will make his first appearance in a new role later this month.

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Monday, June 12 2017

Graham Richardson and Gavin Parker are going to be spoiled for choice in the new season with their multiple stakes winner Volpe Veloce.

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Monday, June 12 2017

Standout two-year-old Belle du Nord has recently returned to Emma-Lee and David Browne's Cambridge stable after a two-month spell.

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Monday, June 12 2017

An association that began back at Woodville in the early nineties will be renewed next month when Awapuni-based trainer Trina Riddell, and her jockey husband Jonathan, head north to relocate to Cambridge.

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Sunday, June 11 2017

Promising jumper Just Ishi has taken another winning step toward a crack at a prestige event.

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Sunday, June 11 2017

Group One winner Consensus will shortly be back in familiar surroundings.

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Sunday, June 11 2017

Quality mare Let Her Rip is likely to find herself keeping the best of company later in the year.

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Sunday, June 11 2017

Allan Sharrock sees a Group One future for his progressive mare Ladies First.

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Sunday, June 11 2017

Strapping mare New York Minute is likely to head north to make her next appearance.

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Saturday, June 10 2017

Jim Byrne signed off on a memorable Stradbroke day with a flourish when he rode Chocante to an all-the-way win in the Gr.2 Brisbane Cup at Doomben.

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Saturday, June 10 2017

Trainer Chris Wood was in good spirits as he navigated his way around his local golf course on Sunday after adding to a recent run of good results with progressive galloper Roc de Bank a day earlier.

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Saturday, June 10 2017

The disappointment of missing a start in last weekend's Whanganui Cup was eased for the connections of Hawkes Bay galloper Wait A Sec when he bolted home at Te Rapa on Saturday.

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Saturday, June 10 2017

A comprehensive performance at Te Rapa on Saturday saw promising maiden Mastercard put the first tick in the win column for trainer Karen Zimmerman and her new Byerley Park stable.

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Saturday, June 10 2017

A plan that began to take shape months ago took a further step to fruition on the weekend when Our Bandit gave his rivals weight and a beating at Trentham.

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Saturday, June 10 2017

Hot prospect Blue Shadow closed out her three-year-old campaign in style with a runaway success at Te Rapa.

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Saturday, June 10 2017

Andrew Campbell has good reason to consider doubling his hand in the closing black type two-year-old event of the season.

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Saturday, June 10 2017

Tony Pike's Te Rapa plan for Sacred Rebel was perfectly executed when the highly-regarded youngster closed strongly for a debut victory.

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Saturday, June 10 2017

Justa Charlie pressed his claims for upcoming prestige jumping events when he maintained his unbeaten record at Trentham.

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Friday, June 09 2017

New Plymouth trainer Allan Sharrock has got his last three seasons off to Group One-winning starts and he's determined to continue his stable's hot Hawke's Bay carnival form.

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Friday, June 09 2017

Snapshot has had a change of stable ahead of a move to Australia.

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Friday, June 09 2017

Stakes-placed three-year-old Creative Genius bypassed today's Avondale meeting in favour of a start on Saturday week.

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Wednesday, June 07 2017

Two Australian-bred youngsters will debut at Te Rapa on Saturday after both impressed winning their trials at Taupo on 23rd May.

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Wednesday, June 07 2017

Lord Snow has been a work in progress and he's now ready to get back into action after a lengthy break.

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Wednesday, June 07 2017

Hall Of Fame and Splurge will return to Te Akau on Monday without competing alongside their five stablemates and travelling companions on Stradbroke Handicap day at Doomben on Saturday.

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Wednesday, June 07 2017

Unbeaten hurdler Second Innings has been side-lined by a tendon injury.

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Wednesday, June 07 2017

Group One winner Sacred Elixir has entered quarantine for Hong Kong.

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Wednesday, June 07 2017

The workload of the well-performed colt Savile Row has gone up a notch.

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Wednesday, June 07 2017

Talented four-year-old Thunder Down Under is on the easy list.

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Monday, June 05 2017

Leading South Island jockey Chris Johnson seeks to regain the lead for this season's leading jockey with a near full book of rides at Riccarton Park tomorrow, with seven rides on the eight race card.

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Monday, June 05 2017

Accomplished jumper Thenamesbond hasn't turned a hair following his unplaced run in Monday's K.S. Browne Hurdle in trying conditions at Ellerslie.

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Monday, June 05 2017

Time has been called on the Queensland campaign of the Group One performer Bella Gioia.

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Monday, June 05 2017

Lightly-tried winter galloper Mr Luigi is closing in on a return to racing.

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Monday, June 05 2017

Sir Peter Vela's Frankel colt Eminent is likely to stay closer to home for his next start.

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Sunday, June 04 2017

One of New Zealand jumping's most successful combinations were in their element at Ellerslie on Monday.

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Sunday, June 04 2017

Showtenaire might be in line for a crack at the final black type two-year-old event of the season.

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Sunday, June 04 2017

Black type winner Serious Satire has been retired.

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Sunday, June 04 2017

Raisafuasho looks set for an excellent winter after posting an emotional victory for owner-trainer Ann Browne at Ellerslie.

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Saturday, June 03 2017

New Plymouth trainer Allan Sharrock can be proud of his achievements with Ladies First this preparation.

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Saturday, June 03 2017

Hard Merchandize has enjoyed a productive first season with performances that have come under scrutiny from overseas.

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Saturday, June 03 2017

Tim and Margaret Carter's longer-term focus for their versatile four-year-old Battle Time already centres on the Hawke's Bay spring carnival.

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Saturday, June 03 2017

An unfancied debutante boosted stable spirits when she made the perfect start to her career at Wanganui.

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Saturday, June 03 2017

Talented colt Prince Hareem has been purchased by overseas interests.

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Saturday, June 03 2017

Duffers Creek has been to a host of venues for his collection of 11 victories, but he stayed closest to home on Saturday to post the most important one of his career.

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Thursday, June 01 2017

Stakes winner Hasselhoof has suffered a further setback during his comeback preparation.

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Thursday, June 01 2017

Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman are happy to send an in-form quartet into battle again at Ellerslie on Saturday.

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Thursday, June 01 2017

The Donna Logan and Chris Gibbs team have pulled up well in Brisbane after running in testing conditions at Eagle Farm.

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Thursday, June 01 2017

For the second week in a row, Peter and Dawn Williams will mount an offensive against in-form sprinter Close Up on two fronts.

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Thursday, June 01 2017

Melody Belle is ensuring history is repeating itself with a series of outstanding performances this season in a 'second coming' to add to the family roll of honour.

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Thursday, June 01 2017

Jamie Richards is still scratching his head about the last-start flop of sprinter Splurge.

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Thursday, June 01 2017

The prospect of a sticky track holds more concerns for Cambridge trainer Andrew Forsman than Maygrove's 60kg equal topweight when assessing the Group Two winner's chances in Saturday's Listed Wanganui Cup.

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Thursday, June 01 2017

Auckland Cup runner-up El Pistola has been retired after fracturing a fetlock.

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Thursday, June 01 2017

Samantha Wynne has a number of chances at Phar Lap Raceway on Friday to move closer to bettering her best ever tally of winners in a season.

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