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Rogerson: From seaside to trackside

Get yourself to the Chatham Islands, that’s the message from Graeme Rogerson. The New Zealand trainer has just spent a week on the archipelago, 800 kilometres east of New Zealand’s two main Islands, with former top jockey Jimmy Cassidy, and their wives. “Anybody who hasn’t been there should go there,” Rogerson said. “We just went[...]
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Quality filly heads Rogerson arsenal

Trainer Graeme Rogerson is confident smart two-year-old De La Terre can notch the third win of her juvenile year when she tackles the Dylan Johnson Bloodstock 2YO (1100m) at Te Rapa on Saturday. The well-related daughter of Reliable Man will likely have a brief let-up after Saturday and be targeted at more lucrative races in[...]
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Rogerson counts down to racing’s return

Hall of Fame trainer Graeme Rogerson is throwing all of his support behind New Zealand racing’s return from its coronavirus-enforced hiatus. Training in partnership with his wife Debbie and granddaughter Bailey, Rogerson plans to have more than two dozen runners at the first northern race meeting, which is currently scheduled for Te Rapa on July[...]
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Rogerson backs East Coast

East Coast racing’s biggest fan is once again showing his support for the annual meetings at Wairoa and Gisborne. Graeme Rogerson, who trains in partnership with wife Debbie and granddaughter Bailey, will line-up 24 horses at Gisborne’s Sunday meeting, accounting for more than 30 percent of the fields. While Wairoa’s meetings have come under threat[...]
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Beauden best on favourite track

Tuhikaramea visitor Beauden made light work of his 59kg topweight as he took out the Listed Japac Homes FastTrack $5k Marton Cup (2200m) on his favourite Awapuni track. The Team Rogerson-trained galloper had won five times from just seven outings at the Palmerston North circuit before Saturday and added a sixth victory and his first[...]
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Myers hungry for Tarzino success

Manawatu jockey Rosie Myers will step into uncharted territory when she teams up with Aalaalune in Saturday’s Group 1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m) at Hastings. A natural lightweight, Myers usually walks at 51kg but she is facing a rare task of shedding weight to get to Aalaalune’s 48.5kg for the weight-for-age feature. “I don’t think I’ve[...]
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