Hawke’s Bay Guineas

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Innes anxious for return to racing

Auckland’s extended lockdown has proved especially frustrating for leading jockey Leith Innes, who can look but can’t touch with nearly everything he wants to participate in. Innes is one of several jockeys in the Auckland region robbed of riding while the province is in Alert Level 4 COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. “You’d like to be racing[...]
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Cole hoping Magneto has X factor

New Zealand trainer Steven Cole is looking forward to watching Magneto contest the Group 3 Cambridge Stud Northland Breeders’ Stakes (1200m) at Te Rapa on Saturday, he will just be doing so from the comfort of his couch. Training from Byerley Park, Cole will be unable to attend the Hamilton meeting as the Auckland region[...]
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Hastings first-up for On The Bubbles

Connections of many of the country’s early three-year-olds will be breathing a sigh of relief when they hear Group One winner On The Bubbles won’t be contesting the first three-year-old stakes race of the season. Trainer Jamie Richards is taking a cautious approach with the son of Brazen Beau after he had an elevated temperature[...]
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Partnership unearths another star

Andrew Forsman and the Zame Partnership look to have unearthed another exciting galloper in Aegon. The three-year-old son of Sacred Falls won the Group 2 Hawke’s Bay Guineas (1400m) at Hastings on Saturday and he looks to be following in the same footsteps as his ownership predecessors Rhaegar and Jon Snow. Zame Partnership spokesman Bart[...]
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Classy colt gets the job done

Punters that took the $1.30 about talented three-year-old The Irishman would have had their hearts in their mouths when the son of Tavistock stepped slowly from the barriers on debut over 1100m at Avondale on Wednesday on a Heavy10 surface. But the Tony Pike-trained colt flagged himself as a horse with a bright future after[...]
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