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Anderson Duo To Miss Spring Carnivals

Top Brisbane gallopers Ballistic Boy and Profit will bypass the southern spring carnivals to concentrate on the Gold Coast’s Magic Millions in January. Both had been in the early betting markets for some of the Group One races in Sydney and Melbourne but trainer Chris Anderson opted to stay put after monitoring the pair as[...]
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Anderson Chasing First Black-Type Quinella

Trainer Chris Anderson has one main worry as he attempts to land his first black-type quinella at Doomben. Anderson has Profit and Ballistic Boy in Saturday’s Listed Doomben Guineas (formerly Daybreak Lover Stakes) over 1600m where they look well placed under the set weights conditions of the race. The pair are clearly the top-rated horses[...]
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Anderson Stable Stars Avoid Doomben Clash

Top three-year-old stablemates Profit and Ballistic Boy will avoid a clash after trainer Chris Anderson made a close study of the fields at Doomben. Profit and Ballistic Boy, who are both owned by Think Big Stud syndicates, have had preparations disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Both had Sydney trips cancelled and because of the introduction[...]
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Anderson Stable Stars Avoid Doomben Clash

Top three-year-old stablemates Profit and Ballistic Boy will avoid a clash after trainer Chris Anderson made a close study of the fields at Doomben. Profit and Ballistic Boy, who are both owned by Think Big Stud syndicates, have had preparations disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Both had Sydney trips cancelled and because of the introduction[...]
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Anderson To Profit At Eagle Farm

Trainer Chris Anderson has inked in winter plans for one of his star three-year-olds but is monitoring interstate travel arrangements for another. Anderson has two of the best three-year-olds in Queensland with Profit and Ballistic Boy. Profit will have his second run back from a break in the Chairman’s Club Handicap (1600m) at Eagle Farm[...]
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New Partnership Ready To Fire In Classic

It would be apt if the new Anderson-Heathcote training partnership’s first stakes winner was well bred two-year-old Ballistic Boy. Trainers Robert Heathcote and Chris Anderson started a new partnership last week and have already had five winners. They were to have their first stakes runner in Femme Fireball at the Gold Coast last week but[...]
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