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Tyler army descend on Ascot Park

Leading Southland trainers Kelvin and Aimee Tyler are looking forward to racing at Ascot Park on Sunday where they will have a strong contingent of runners. The father and daughter partnership will have 13 runners on Sunday, led by a three-pronged attack in the Commercial Hotel Winton & Country Jewel Winton Cup (1400m). Nine-win gelding[...]
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Riccarton next as Tyler bandwagon marches on

New Zealand trainer Kelvin Tyler isn’t sure whether he has the horsepower to deny Riccarton trainers Michael and Matthew Pitman of their fifth straight South Island trainers’ premiership but he’s giving it his best shot. Tyler, who trains in partnership with his daughter Aimee out of Riverton, goes into Saturday’s Riccarton meeting three wins behind[...]
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Tylers remain King Of The Castle

New Zealand trainers Kelvin and Aimee Tyler reinforced their dominance of Southland racing with a five-timer at their home meeting at Riverton on Thursday, including two quinellas. Their victories came courtesy of King Of The Castle, So Much Mour, Pinhead, Zambezi Zipper, and their old favourite Flying Sardine. The father-and-daughter team were duly delighted with[...]
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Local runner takes out Riverton Cup

Trainers Kelvin and Aimee Tyler enjoyed a red-letter day on their home track at Riverton on Saturday, winning three races including the day’s feature, the Listed Carriers Arms Hotel Riverton Cup (2147m), with Our Boy Ritchie. The father and daughter partnership kicked their day off by producing impressive two-year-old debutant Classic Diva to win comfortably[...]
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Kozzi, Kozzi, Kozzi – Oi, Oi, Oi

Kozzi Asano may not have been a household name in racing circles at the beginning of the season, but the talented apprentice jockey made sure he was by the end. A one-time leader in the New Zealand Jockeys’ Premiership, Asano will end the season in second position behind Central Districts hoop Lisa Allpress, but with[...]
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Oaks performer heads across the Tasman

Southland trainer Kelvin Tyler may have lost one of his star three-year-olds to Australia, but he is excited about the prospects of another. Group 1 New Zealand Oaks (2400m) placegetter Feel The Rush has joined Ciaron Maher and David Eustace’s Sydney barn, however, Tyler’s brother Allan and sister-law Marie have retained a half share in[...]
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Tyler loves his F words

While many people will be bandying around a few choice F words over the lockdown period, there are two that are helping Southland trainer Kelvin Tyler get through it – family and farming. The Riverton horseman is a proud family man. He trains in partnership with his daughter Aimee and works closely with his sons[...]
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