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Harlech Arrives In Melbourne For Spring

Trainer Mike Moroney’s Melbourne team for the spring has been bolstered by the arrival of Group Two winner Harlech from New Zealand. Harlech arrived on Wednesday morning, along with stakes-placed rising three-year-old Snapper, to continue preparations at Moroney’s Flemington stables towards their Australian spring campaigns. Harlech registered two wins and five placings from nine starts[...]
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Moroney looking to summit Everest

Last start Group 1 All Aged Stakes (1400m) heroine Tofane has made a real impression on trans-Tasman trainer, Michael Moroney, who is eyeing a possible tilt at The Everest (1200m), the world’s richest turf race, at Randwick in the spring. “We are just waiting for them to confirm prizemoney for The Everest,” Moroney said. “We[...]
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New Zealand swansong for Harlech

Talented three-year-old Harlech will likely have his last start in New Zealand this season when he lines-up in the Karaka Million 3YO Classic (1600m) at Ellerslie on Saturday. The Michael Moroney and Pam Gerard-trained colt is set to head for a freshen-up after this weekend’s rich feature, having won two of his six starts this[...]
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Ideal draws for Ballymore pair

Matamata trainer Pam Gerard had been hoping for a turn of luck with barrier draws ahead of Trentham’s feature meeting on Saturday, and her prayers were answered. Gerard, who trains in partnership with Michael Moroney, will have two strong chances in Group races on Saturday and she said she was over the moon with their[...]
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Trans-Tasman targets for Harlech

A Group 1 victory is top of mind for trainers Michael Moroney and Pam Gerard with talented three-year-old Harlech. The Group 2 winner put in a gallant performance last start to finish second behind star galloper Catalyst in the Group 1 New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton last month and his connections are keen[...]
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Harlech too good at Matamata

There was plenty of hype surrounding Harlech heading into his raceday resumption at Matamata on Wednesday and the exciting three-year-old duly delivered, taking out the Waharoa Transport CO(1995) Ltd 1200. The Michael Moroney and Pam Gerard-trained gelding settled midfield for jockey Cameron Lammas before looming four-wide on the turn and easily accounted for his opposition[...]
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