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All go for Legarto for Melbourne

Fresh from a top-level victory last weekend, Ken and Bev Kelso are looking forward to the challenge of another in Melbourne. The Kelsos' outstanding three-year-old filly Legarto gets on the plane to Melbourne this week, her target the Group 1 Australian Guineas (1600m) at Flemington. Ken Kelso missed watching his star older mare Levante win[...]
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Tofane primed for rich mile

Group One winner Tofane will try and nab the lion's share of the AUD$5 million purse of the All Star Mile (1600m) when she lines-up in the rich feature at Flemington on Saturday. The Ocean Park mare has drawn gate seven and trainer Michael Moroney is hoping she can get a soft trip from the[...]
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Ryder the perfect Doncaster Passage

Dawn Passage made an underwhelming return to racing but his Tulloch Lodge trainers are confident he will rebound in the Group One George Ryder Stakes. The four-year-old finished a lacklustre seventh to Savatiano when he resumed in the Canterbury Stakes, a performance that initially had co-trainer Adrian Bott feeling deflated. But on reflection, Bott believes[...]
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Pike satisfied with Sydney returns

Despite a mixed bag of results for his two runners in Sydney on Saturday, Cambridge trainer Tony Pike was pleased with how the day unfolded and the prospects that lie ahead for the pair. The Bostonian further enhanced his reputation as a leading sprinter-miler when he finished a gallant second to Dreamforce in the Group[...]
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John Thompson Celebrates Biggest Day

If the rest of the autumn carnival is scuppered by the coronavirus, trainer John Thompson has already celebrated his biggest day on a racecourse. Thompson arrived at Rosehill for Saturday's closed door meeting with two Group One chances and left with a George Ryder Stakes winner and Golden Slipper placegetter. The Randwick trainer, who has[...]
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