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Brad And Bart Chasing Cox Plate Glory

Black Heart Bart has made a remarkable return from retirement to once again make his mark at racing’s elite level as a nine-year-old. His jockey Brad Rawiller has made his own significant comeback, returning to race riding almost five months after suffering injuries including neck fractures in a race fall 12 months ago. On Saturday,[...]
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Rawiller Savours Underwood Win On Bart

Brad Rawiller has won bigger Group One races during his career but admits his victory on comeback galloper Black Heart Bart in the Underwood Stakes ranks among his most satisfying. Sunday’s Underwood at Caulfield was the jockey’s first Group One success since Black Heart Bart’s previous top-level victory in the Futurity Stakes more than 2-1/2-years[...]
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What You Need To Know About Group 1 Underwood

UNDERWOOD STAKES 1800m $750,000 weight-for-age at Caulfield HISTORY * First run in 1924 when won by Whittier NOTABLE WINNERS Whittier (1924-25) Phar Lap (1931) Ajax (1938-39-40) Tobin Bronze (1966) Rain Lover (1970) Bonecrusher (1986) Jeune (1994) Octagonal (1996) Northerly (2001-02) Weekend Hussler (2008) So You Think (2010) It’s A Dundeel (2013) Bonneval (2017) * Waitangirua[...]
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Field Of 13 For Group One Memsie Stakes

Seven Group One winners feature among a field of 13 for the $1 million Memsie Stakes at Caulfield. Star Godolphin mare and favourite Alizee has barrier 11 while her stablemate Hartnell will carry the No.1 saddlecloth and jump from the inside barrier in Saturday’s 1400m weight-for-age race. Warrnambool trainer Daniel Bowman has decided to run[...]
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Black Heart Bart Wins Cranbourne Trial

Black Heart Bart is a step closer to making a racetrack return after winning a Cranbourne barrier trial. The former Darren Weir-trained gelding, who won five Group One races during 2016/17, was officially retired after finishing unplaced in the Toorak Handicap in October. Lindsay Smith has been tasked with resurrecting his career but first the[...]
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Trainer Lindsey Smith Gets Ballarat Double

A winning double at Ballarat has got prominent West Australian trainer Lindsey Smith off the mark from his new Warrnambool base. In the past couple of months Smith has opened a satellite stable at Warrnambool, in the stables formerly occupied by the now-disqualified trainer Darren Weir, while also keeping his West Australian base. Four-year-old Reykjavik[...]
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