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Catalyst returning home to spell

Catalyst’s spring campaign is over, but trainer Clayton Chipperfield admits he breathed a sigh of relief when hearing the result of Monday morning’s Sydney veterinary inspection on his stable star. Catalyst is booked to return to New Zealand on Sunday for a three-month spell after he tailed the field home when resuming in the Group[...]
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Thompson Keen To See Where Mamaragan Fits

The new-season three-year-olds will have their next opportunity to stake their spring claims when a number of leading contenders clash in the San Domenico Stakes at Rosehill. Anders made a clear statement with a commanding first-up win in the Listed Rosebud, and along with his Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained stablemate Prague is among nominations[...]
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Tommy gets the gold

Sacred Falls colt Tommy Gold secured his first victory when taking out his 1100m maiden on the Kensington track at Randwick on Wednesday. Owned by Waikato Stud’s Mark and Gary Chittick, Tommy Gold was taken back early by jockey Glen Boss to sit three-wide towards the rear of the field. He then improved his charge[...]
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Boss Out To Strike On Jazette At Randwick

Three-time Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Glen Boss says it will be an honour if he can ride Jazette to victory in the Vale Caryl Williamson Handicap at Randwick. The Australian Turf Club is honouring Australian Associated Press turf editor Caryl Williamson, who died last week, by naming a race after her on Wednesday. Williamson, originally from[...]
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Maher-Eustace Stable Chases More 2YO Glory

Having embraced the challenge of leading the Maher and Eustace operation in Sydney, Annabel Neasham has relished the chance to educate the next generation of horses. Two-year-olds have been their backbone since the Victorian-based training partners opened a satellite arm last year and there have been many success stories with Away Game, Prague and Holyfield[...]
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Another Dollar Added To Racemare’s Price

She will already command interest at the upcoming broodmare sale but Another Dollar’s price tag has gone up with her Listed Gosford Gold Cup win. The 2000m-race was part of the provincial program transferred to Randwick on Saturday amid coronavirus restrictions and protocols. Chris Waller trains the mare and has a vested interest as one[...]
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Guineas tilt for Icebath

Icebath will attempt to secure her first stakes victory at Rosehill on Saturday when she contests the Group 3 Hawkesbury Guineas (1400m). The three-year-old daughter of ill-fated Waikato Stud stallion Sacred Falls heads into the race in good form, having won two of her four starts this preparation, including a last-start runner-up performance in the[...]
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Colette Wins Australian Oaks For Godolphin

Trainer James Cummings has joined his father and grandfather on the ATC Australian Oaks honour roll with filly Colette scoring a dominant win at Randwick. The Godolphin-owned Colette capped a stunning autumn rise when she raced to a 2-1/2-length success in Saturday’s 2400m staying feature for three-year-old fillies. Cummings’ late grandfather Bart trained seven winners[...]
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