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Asfoora charges to Royal Ascot glory

Asfoora handed trainer Henry Dwyer the biggest win of his career by clinching the Group 1 King Charles III Stakes (1000m) at Royal Ascot. With this victory, Asfoora became Australia's sixth winner of the prestigious race, joining the ranks of sprinting legends Choisir (2003), Takeover Target (2006), Miss Andretti (2007), Scenic Blast (2009), and Nature[...]
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Butterfly floats to seventh victory

A quick back-up could be on the cards for talented stayer Irish Butterfly, who landed the seventh victory of his career when leading throughout at Sandown on Saturday. The Henry Dwyer-trained son of O'Reilly was challenged mid-race by former Kiwi Milford Sound but skipped clear of his rivals soon after straightening to race away to[...]
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Asfoora claims McCafe Sprint

Jye McNeil and Asfoora has managed to lead all the way to win the Group 2 Caulfield Sprint over 1000m, giving Asfoora her first Group win of her career. Asfoora led from barrier to finish post, beating the fast finishing Kallos and Generation. The Henry Dwyer trained mare jumped at $4.40 with online bookmakers and was never[...]
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Kiwis dominate jumping card

The NZ suffix dominated proceedings at Pakenham on Sunday, with all six jumping races taken out by Kiwi horses. Plumpton trainer Patrick Payne led the way with three victories, including features with Tallyho Twinkletoe (Brendan Dreschler Hurdle, 3500m) and Slowpoke Rodriguez (Mosstrooper Steeplechase, 3500m). Payne labelled the former as the best jumper he has trained,[...]
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Winx’s Half-Sister Unplaced On Debut

Winx's younger sibling Covent Garden has been upstaged on debut at Canterbury, finishing unplaced in heavy conditions in a race won stylishly by another well-bred two-year-old. Covent Garden, a half-sister to now-retired champion Winx, stepped out for her first start in Wednesday's Harry Angel @ Darley Handicap (1100m). With Winx's jockey Hugh Bowman aboard, the[...]
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Jolly Sailor Impresses With Flemington Win

Lightly raced Jolly Sailor has continued his rise through the ranks with an impressive all-the-way victory at Flemington. The Henry Dwyer-trained three-year-old notched his third win from four career starts with his victory in the Bagot's Cowshed Handicap on Saturday. Having earlier scored aboard Creedence for Matt Cumani, apprentice Michael Poy guided Jolly Sailor, the[...]
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Dwyer’s punt pays off

It's always great when a plan comes to fruition, especially one that was made six months ago. New Zealand has been a great supplier of quality horses for Victorian trainer Henry Dwyer and last November he once again identified a horse he thought had plenty of promise for Australia's jumping scene. Riding High was a[...]
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