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Bonham goes bang

Johno Benner and Hollie Wynyard unleashed a smart filly at Woodville on Thursday when first-starter Bonham cruised to victory in the NZB Insurance Pearl Series Race (1100m). The three-year-old daughter of Per Incanto had won a trial impressively at Foxton and replicated that performance on raceday. Ridden by Rosie Myers, the Little Avondale-bred filly scored[...]
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Happy Star primed for Winter Cup

Happy Star will be vying to keep his undefeated record intact this preparation when he contests the Group 3 Winning Edge Presentations Winter Cup (1600m) at Riccarton Park on Saturday. The Johno Benner and Hollie Wynyard-trained five-year-old has won both of his starts this time in and they are hoping he can continue his picket[...]
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Benner happy with promising duo

Johno Benner has a bit of time for promising galloper Happy Star and the Otaki horseman, who trains in partnership with Hollie Wynyard, is excited to kick-off his preparation at Awapuni on Saturday. The four-year-old son of Fabulous will contest the Norwood 1400 and takes two solid trial wins into his weekend assignment. “He has[...]
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Benner keen to get back into action

A pair of impressive trial winners at Foxton during the week has Otaki trainer Johno Benner looking forward to the return of racing in the Central Districts next month. Benner and partner Hollie Wynyard produced progressive winter galloper Happy Star to win an open class 1000m heat on Thursday while a well-bred Tavistock colt also[...]
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Group 1 entire Wyndspelle retired

Group 1 winning miler Wyndspelle has been retired after suffering an injury while preparing for a tilt at the Group 1 Haunui Farm WFA Classic (1600m) later this month. Prepared at Otaki by Johno Benner and Hollie Wynyard through the latter half of his career, Wyndspelle was a model of consistency, netting connections close to[...]
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Otaki likely for Wyndspelle

Consistent Group 1 galloper Wyndspelle is likely to be aimed towards an elite level target on his home track after another strong performance when narrowly beaten into second in Saturday’s Group 1 Thorndon Mile (1600m) behind all-the-way winner The Mitigator. The son of Iffraaj has won the best part of $700,000 in prizemoney under the[...]
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Campin on cloud nine

As she waited to board a plane home from Wellington airport on Sunday afternoon, well-known bloodstock agent and racing identity Jen Campin was trying to work out just how she was going to answer the hundreds of congratulatory messages she had received after her favourite ‘cruisy dude’, Wyndspelle, finally broke his Group 1 maiden status.[...]
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