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Bosson in demand for Brisbane

New Zealand jockey Opie Bosson’s Brisbane dance card is filling up well with the champion rider already locked in for half a-dozen feature race mounts during the Queensland winter carnival. All Bosson’s confirmed bookings to date are for New Zealand-trained contenders and he has enlisted the help of prominent Australian jockeys’ agent Mark Guest to[...]
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Sword Of State to Queensland

Quality three-year-old colt Sword Of State pleased connections when winning an 1100m trial at Matamata on Wednesday and will now take his place amongst Te Akau Racing’s travelling contingent to Queensland. The Mark Walker-trained son of Snitzel is a Group One winner at two and has also won at Group Three level on three occasions.[...]
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Te Akau eyeing Queensland riches

High-quality New Zealand galloper Entriviere and up and coming middle distance performer Soprano Supreme have been locked in by Te Akau for the Queensland winter carnival. Stakes-winning sprinter Sword Of State is also on the Brisbane short list, but will trial again before a decision is made on him making the trip. Both Entriviere and[...]
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Gucci Belt doubles up at Trentham

While Gucci Belt is living in the shadow of her well-credentialled half-sister Entriviere, she is doing something her sibling failed to do, win at three. The Kevin Gray bred and trained filly posted her second victory from four starts at Trentham on Saturday when winning the Harrisons Carpets 3YO (1200m). The daughter of Burgundy sat[...]
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Entriviere electrifying in Railway

Te Akau Racing, trainer Jamie Richards and jockey Opie Bosson have gone back-to-back in the world’s first Group One race of the year, stealing the show with a scintillating performance by Entriviere in the Sistema Railway (1200m) at Ellerslie on New Year’s Day. Last year’s Railway was the fifth of nine career Group One victories[...]
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Bosson nearing raceday return

Star jockey Opie Bosson is inching his way closer to a return to raceday riding. Bosson has effectively spent two months on the side-lines after his home south of Pukekawa was deemed as being in the Auckland region for COVID-19 lockdown purposes. The 41-year-old gained an exemption to relocate to Te Akau Stud in west[...]
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