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I Wish I Win dazzles at Caulfield

With a super-impressive start to his Australian career at Caulfield on Saturday, Waikato Stud’s multiple Group One placegetter I Wish I Win has thrown his hat into the ring as a potential big-race contender during the Melbourne spring carnival. Originally prepared by Te Akau Racing trainers Jamie Richards and later Mark Walker, the Savabeel gelding had nine[...]
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Southern star on the move

New Zealand’s South Island Filly Of The Year Reputabelle will join the Flemington stable of Mike Moroney later this month. The daughter of Pins has proved a revelation this year for trainers Michael and Matthew Pitman, winning four races in succession between January and April, including two of the three autumn legs of the South[...]
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Leaderboard too tough in St Leger

Enigmatic performer Leaderboard put his best foot forward when he produced a superior staying effort to take out the Listed Barneswood Farm New Zealand St Leger (2600m) at Trentham. The former European stayer, who won once in his homeland before being purchased out of a UK sale for owners the Fortuna Leaderboard Syndicate, had won[...]
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Richards claims quinella in Mufhasa Stakes

Jamie Richards assault on the New Zealand black type features this season continued unabated at Ellerslie on Saturday when the Matamata mentor produced the quinella in the Listed Stella Artois Mufhasa Stakes (1400m). Richards saddled last season’s Group 1 Manawatu Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) winner On The Bubbles and the runner-up that day in I[...]
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Gelded Brando back in business

Talented galloper Brando was back in the winner’s circle at Ellerslie on Sunday, taking out the HR Fiskens & Sons Ltd 1400 at his first start since being gelded. The four-year-old son of Savabeel finished runner-up in last season’s Group 1 Levin Classic (1600m) but outside of a fresh-up victory at Te Rapa last October,[...]
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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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