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Split Second To Build On Promising Debut

Lindsay Park co-trainer Tom Dabernig is banking on the experience gained from Split Second’s debut as pivotal to the two-year-old’s chances at Flemington. Split Second contests the Byerley Handicap (1800m) on Saturday which gives the winner Victoria Derby or VRC Oaks exemptions at Flemington during Melbourne Cup week. Dabernig, who now trains in partnership with[...]
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Change Of Feeding Regime To Help Muntahaa

After a respectable performance in a Melbourne Cup to collect a prize money cheque, it was expected imported galloper Muntahaa would become a major Australian staying force. Muntahaa came to Australia under the care of John Gosden, finishing ninth in the 2018 Cup behind Cross Counter before joining the Lindsay Park establishment. The Irish-bred gelding[...]
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New Lindsay Park Team Lands First Winner

With David Hayes leaving the Lindsay Park training partnership, Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes have been successful with their first runner. The victory of Stormborn at Pakenham on Friday gave Dabernig and Ben Hayes the ideal start. David Hayes left for Hong Kong last month and needed to relinquish his Australian licence before commencing training[...]
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Aysar Leaves Hayes Smiling At Sandown

A nervous Ben Hayes wanted to see Aysar produce on race day the kind of performance that he knew was hidden within the two-year-old. Hayes, who trains in partnership with his father David and cousin Tom Dabernig, was relieved after Aysar raced to a comfortable three length win in the Ladbrokes Back Yourself Handicap at[...]
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Rostropovich Cleared To Increase Workload

Rostropovich has been given the all-clear to take the next step along the road to a possible return to the racetrack. The Lindsay Park-trained stayer has not raced since suffering a pelvic injury when finishing last in the 2019 Melbourne Cup. Rostropovich underwent a scintigraphy bone scan at the Goulburn Equine Hospital last week which[...]
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Aidensfield Brings Up 50 For Lindsay Park

Lindsay Park has notched its 50th metropolitan winner for the season with the debut win of Aidensfield at Caulfield. The stable, operated by David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig, lead Ciaron Maher and David Eustace on the Victorian metropolitan trainers’ premiership but trail that operation on the state title. Maher and Eustace also lead[...]
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