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Waisake collects another Trentham feature

Class prevailed at Trentham on Saturday when last-start Group 3 Wellington Cup (3200m) winner Waisake collected another feature race at the venue with a gritty victory in the Listed Fasttrack Insurance 5K New Zealand St. Leger (2600m). Unsighted since taking out the Cup in late January with a booming late run, the Allan Sharrock-trained six-year-old[...]
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Impressive juvenile winner sidelined

Promising juvenile Wakiri was backed into $1.10 favouritism for the McIntosh Cranes/Team DH. Inter Building LTD 2YO (1000m) at Awapuni on Friday and won accordingly. He was sent straight to the front by premiership-leading jockey Danielle Johnson and ran away to a comfortable four length victory over Brazen Blue, with a further 1-1/2 lengths back[...]
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Sharrock holds strong hand at Matamata

New Plymouth trainer Allan Sharrock heads to Matamata on Saturday with three strong chances as he looks to maintain his successful start to the new season. Sharrock sits atop the New Zealand trainers’ premiership with his runners recording seven wins from 13 starts. Four-year-old mare Aricina steps into a rating 80 handicap in the Super[...]
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Sharrock and Schofer dominate at Hawera

Trainer Allan Sharrock and his apprentice Hazel Schofer claimed all the plaudits at Hawera on Saturday with the pair dominating proceedings on the day. Sharrock and Schofer combined for victories aboard Shanghai Express, Tavi Mac, Beckidboo and Aricina as Sharrock also scored with The Grinder, ridden by Lisa Allpress, and Cannoli at Te Rapa to[...]
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Schofer back on the horse

Weight, it’s the bane of many jockeys’ existence, and late last year it became a bit too much for talented apprentice Hazel Schofer. The New Plymouth rider had been battling weight issues for some time and elected to take a break from racing. “My weight just got a bit out of control,” she said. Originally[...]
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Tellyawhat scores for Sharrock at Te Rapa

Visiting Taranaki trainer Allan Sharrock struck gold with his first runner following the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown when Tellyawhat notched an impressive victory at Te Rapa. Most punters had expected the well-performed London Express to provide Sharrock with his best chance in the rating 88 1000m dash however it was the enigmatic six-year-old gelding Tellyawhat that[...]
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