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McNeil sidelined with injury

Group 1 Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Jye McNeil will be taking some time off after the true severity of an injury sustained during a fall at Cranbourne jumpouts six weeks ago came to light. Despite being unaware of the extent of the damage, McNeil persevered and continued to ride until last month's Mornington Cup meeting. Thankfully,[...]
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Magic Time closing in on autumn return

Magic Time, the talented four-year-old trained by Grahame Begg, showcased her form in her first public outing since her impressive victory in November's Group 1 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes (1400m) during a trial at Cranbourne on Monday morning. Despite finishing fifth over 800 metres, 2.75 lengths behind the winner Grand Impact, rider Michael Dee expressed[...]
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Basilinna pleases in Cranbourne win

In a compelling display of staying prowess, three-year-old filly Basilinna solidified her status as a promising future stayer with a resounding maiden victory over 1600m at Cranbourne, Victoria on Thursday. Trained by the husband and wife team of Emma-Lee and David Browne from Pakenham, Basilinna, a daughter of Staphanos, had previously turned heads in her[...]
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Skew Wiff bound for Australia

Last-start Group 1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m) victor, Skew Wiff, has wrapped up her New Zealand racing stint and is set to relocate to Te Akau's Cranbourne base in early October, as confirmed by co-trainer Mark Walker. Skew Wiff secured her first Group One crown at Hastings on September 9, triumphing over a star-studded field that[...]
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Pinn signs off with Awapuni four-timer

A four-win bag at Awapuni on Saturday has provided a confident platform for talented apprentice jockey Wiremu Pinn to launch the next chapter in his burgeoning career. Having spent the latest phase of his indentures in Matamata with Daniel Miller, on Monday the 24-year-old will head to Melbourne and continue his apprenticeship with Cranbourne trainer[...]
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Kissinger returns to winner’s stall

Lightly-tried seven-year-old Kissinger rewarded his connections' patience with a dogged victory at the Cranbourne stand-alone meeting on Saturday. The Lindsey Smith-trained gelding was galvanised under a perfect Damien Oliver ride to get the better of pacemaker Nobel Heights and last-start conqueror Port Phillip, who finished third with a 5.5kg turnaround since the pair last clashed.[...]
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