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Stricter Protocols For Victorian Racing

The first Melbourne stakes race of the season will go ahead with only essential staff and participants as Racing Victoria responds to a tougher government lockdown in the state. The sport has been given the green light to continue despite the Victorian government’s move to put Melbourne under stage four restrictions in response to the[...]
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Snowdens’ New-Season 3YOs Set To Strike

Trainers Peter and Paul Snowden are set to unveil the first of their new-season three-year-olds when stakes racing kicks off for the term at Rosehill. The training partners enjoyed an outstanding 2019-20 season with their youngsters, preparing the winners of 39 two-year-old races, highlighted by a brace of Group One victories to King’s Legacy. Co-trainer[...]
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Catalyst On A Golden Sydney Spring Path

Top New Zealander Catalyst is being readied for a Sydney spring campaign which could encompass starts in two of the carnival’s richest races. Trainer Clayton Chipperfield will target Catalyst at the $7.5 million Golden Eagle and says The Everest is also on the table if Catalyst’s early season form catches the attention of race slot[...]
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Tigre Royale makes it four in a row

Progressive galloper Tigre Royale continued on his winning way when he dominated his rivals over 2400m at Sandown on Sunday. The Archie Alexander-trained five-year-old was gunning for his fourth win in a row and never looked in danger of defeat once rider Damian Lane asked for a serious effort in the home straight. The Redwood[...]
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Sherry Sizzles To Land First Sydney Winner

After a bumpy start, a thrilled Tom Sherry has celebrated a career milestone with his first metropolitan winner at Randwick, fittingly for boss Mark Newnham. The Irish-born apprentice combined with promising mare Fulmina to claim the ATC Thank You Trainers Handicap (1800m) on Saturday, earning high praise from Newnham for his ride. Relief mixed with[...]
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Gobstopper To Scale Grand National Hurdle

New Zealand trainer Andrew Campbell will once again derive great pleasure out of watching his former Group Three New Zealand Cup winner Gobstopper chase Australian riches on Sunday. The talented stayer-turned-jumper has been a revelation since switching vocation and is one of a number of Kiwi gallopers in contention for the Grand National Hurdle (4200m)[...]
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