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National contenders impress at Riccarton

Emerging hurdling talent Chief Sequoyah did everything trainer John Wheeler was looking for ahead of Wednesday’s Hospitality New Zealand Canterbury Grand National Hurdles (4200m) when he took out Saturday’s Avon City Ford Sydenham Hurdles (3100m) at Riccarton in fine fashion. The seven-year-old son of Redwood has taken to the jumping game like a duck to[...]
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Rae holds strong hand at home meeting

Promising New Zealand two-year-olds Dream Queen and Follow Your Dreams will meet for the first and potentially the last time at Ruakaka on Saturday. The Ken Rae and Krystal Williams-Tuhoro-trained pair will contest the 21 August Cambridge Stud Northland Breeders’ Stakes (1100m) before heading in opposite directions. Dream Queen is currently under offer but if[...]
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Jumping future for Kaharau

Emily Farr has finally convinced New Zealand trainer Kenny Rae into a career change for evergreen stayer Kaharau. The nine-year-old gelding won his 2000m Open Hurdle trial at Cambridge on Monday, impressing both rider and trainer. “That’s the first time I have ever seen him jump. I was quite pleased with him,” Rae said of[...]
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Fannin jumps at chance to ride Laekeeper

A consensus between a trainer and his first-choice jockey will see talented jumper Laekeeper contest Saturday’s Corson Maize Pakuranga Hunt Hurdle (3350m) at Ellerslie with a new rider. Shaun Fannin will ride topweight Laekeeper for the first time after Morrinsville trainer Simon Rees and regular rider Emily Farr agreed she should ride last-start Riccarton winner[...]
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