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Bishara doubles up at Te Rapa

New Zealand trainer Nick Bishara took two horses to Te Rapa on Saturday and returned home a happy man after securing a winning double. Bishara started his winning run when maiden three-year-old Rubyshowoff secured her first victory when defeating her age-group rivals over 1400m while two races later progressive mare Cherry Lane backed up a[...]
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Te Rapa test for in-form mare

Nick Bishara didn’t want to race his in-form mare Cherry Lane this weekend, but she’s doing so well that he feels he has to. The South Auckland horseman had hoped Cherry Lane’s last-start victory at Ellerslie on May 29 would be enough of a lead-in to her next winter target, the Listed Tauranga Classic (1400m)[...]
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Super double for Collett

Trainer Richard Collett sent out a pair of winners at Ellerslie’s twilight meeting on Thursday with Super Pursuit successful in the Stella Artois 1500 Championship Qualifier 1300m, while Super Strike justified a short quote to win the First Global Logistics – Asendia 1400m. The progressive pair were both ridden by Collett’s son-in-law Andrew Calder, who[...]
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Super Saturday for Collett

Richard Collett has a big rap on four-year-olds Super Strike and Super Pursuit and he believes they have a bright future after recording a winning double for the Pukekohe trainer at Ellerslie on Saturday. Super Strike extended his impressive form line to three wins and two placings from just the five career starts when winning[...]
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Another string to Sims’ bow

Former jockey Amber Sims kicked off her training career in the best possible fashion at Avondale on Wednesday, winning the Avondale Sunday Markets (1600m) with Coruba Jak. Jockey Andrew Calder took advantage of his ace barrier, driving Coruba Jak forward to take an early sit behind leader Rising Risk. Calder asked his charge to improve[...]
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