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Luck of the Irish for Kiwis

Mornington trainer Brett Scott was delighted to pick up a winner at Flemington on Oaks Day with handy middle distance galloper Irish Flame in the Twitter Trophy (1800m). The son of Zed transferred from Scott’s old boss John Wheeler after a Waverley trial in late June and the six-time winner in New Zealand has now[...]
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Game Crosshaven wins Carbine Club

New Zealand-owned three-year-old Crosshaven called on all his fortitude to outgun stablemate Aysar in the Group 3 Carbine Club Stakes (1600m), the opening event of the Melbourne Cup Carnival at Flemington. The Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes-trained gelding races in the colours of Auckland property developer Daniel Nakhle and has been a model of consistency,[...]
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Stackhouse Steers She’s A Thief To Victory

Daniel Stackhouse has continued his successful season with an all-the-way win on She’s A Thief at the final Melbourne metropolitan meeting of the 2019-20 campaign at Caulfield. While Craig Williams has clinched his ninth Melbourne metropolitan jockeys’ premiership, Stackhouse and Jye McNeil are in a battle for the Victorian statewide jockeys’ premiership. McNeil led Stackhouse[...]
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Sircconi Set For Another Flemington Race

After dominating the recent Listed Winter Championship Series Final, five-year-old gelding Sircconi is set to head back to Flemington to chase another win over the course and distance. Sircconi made a one-act affair of the Winter Championship Series Final (1600m) last Saturday week, winning by four lengths. It gave former jockey Nick Ryan his first[...]
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Stackhouse And Ashlor To Team Up In Monash

Daniel Stackhouse is set to jump back aboard Ashlor in the Group Three Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield, with Victoria’s premiership-leading jockey a chance to snare a winter feature for the second week in a row. Stackhouse steered Sircconi to a dominant victory in last Saturday’s Listed Winter Championship Series Final (1600m) at Flemington[...]
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Sircconi Wins Winter Championship Final

Racing on a seven-day back-up and dropping in distance, Sircconi has demolished his rivals in the Listed Winter Championship Series Final at Flemington to deliver Nick Ryan his first stakes victory as a trainer. Ridden by Daniel Stackhouse, who continued his successful season in Victoria in which he leads the statewide jockeys’ premiership, Sircconi ($10)[...]
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Crosshaven Adds Valley Victory To Record

Crosshaven may have earned himself a short break after maintaining his unbeaten record with a fighting win at The Valley. The Lindsay Park-trained two-year-old followed an easy debut Geelong victory with success in the Sheamus Mills Bloodstock Handicap on Saturday. Lindsay Park co-trainer Ben Hayes said he would discuss with fellow co-trainer Tom Dabernig whether[...]
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Chapada Breaks Through For His Second Win

Dual Group One placegetter Chapada has snapped a lengthy absence from the winner’s circle to register just the second victory of his career at Flemington. The Mike Moroney-trained Chapada strode to a one-length win over import Masaff in Saturday’s Grinders Coffee Carriage Paddock Plate (2520m) having been winless in his past 15 starts since breaking[...]
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