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Prince Fawaz Chasing Spring Pot Of Gold

Injuries and ailments have been a recurring theme in the Anthony Cummings yard this year, hindering several of his star performers. Prince Fawaz hurt his leg after finishing down the track in the Doncaster Mile, Libertini had a brief and underwhelming two-start autumn campaign before it was discovered she had an issue. For Golden Eagle[...]
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Sircconi Wins Winter Championship Final

Racing on a seven-day back-up and dropping in distance, Sircconi has demolished his rivals in the Listed Winter Championship Series Final at Flemington to deliver Nick Ryan his first stakes victory as a trainer. Ridden by Daniel Stackhouse, who continued his successful season in Victoria in which he leads the statewide jockeys’ premiership, Sircconi ($10)[...]
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O’Hara On The Mark Back In The Big Smoke

Kathy O’Hara has made a triumphant return to Saturday metropolitan racing with a bold front-running display aboard Spaceboy and some sage advice to his trainer. The popular jockey has been riding at weekend provincial meetings after choosing to base herself outside the Sydney zone during the COVID-19 pandemic. She has been in tremendous form, winning[...]
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Plutocrat Breaks Through For Stakes Win

Trainer Chris Anderson has been saying for months the day his filly Plutocrat drew a decent barrier she would win a good race. He was proved correct on Saturday when Plutocrat ($9.50) beat Sydney filly Zero To Hundred ($5.50) by a nose in the Listed Tattersall’s Club Stakes (1400m). Tumbler Ridge ($5.50) continued his consistent[...]
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Cherry Tortoni Makes It Three From Three

Exciting prospect Cherry Tortoni has capped an unbeaten first campaign in the Taj Rossi Series Final while two-time AFL premiership-winning coach Denis Pagan has kicked off his thoroughbred training career with his first runner placing at stakes level. The Patrick Payne-trained Cherry Tortoni made it three wins from as many starts in Saturday’s Listed 1600m[...]
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Spring Races On Radar For Sense Of Honour

Trainer Mick Price will turn his attention to the spring carnival with promising filly Sense Of Honour who has again highlighted her potential with victory in the Next Generation Sprinters Series Final at Flemington. Sense Of Honour made it two city wins from her first three starts in Saturday’s 1200m straight-track sprint for two-year-olds, with[...]
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