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Royal Banquet Claims His First City Win

Lightly raced Royal Banquet has stepped up to midweek city grade and continued his winning run this winter to give emerging Newcastle trainer Nathan Doyle his first metropolitan winner at Warwick Farm. The rising four-year-old gelding made it four wins from five career starts, and three victories from as many starts this preparation since joining[...]
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Eduardo Fires On Debut For New Trainer

Former Victorian Eduardo has made a winning debut for new trainer Joe Pride, holding off the fast-finishing Roheryn to claim the July Sprint at Rosehill. Group One placed in last year’s Oakleigh Plate, Eduardo had lost form during the autumn and was transferred to Pride after finishing midfield in a Flemington sprint in May. Renowned[...]
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James Mcdonald Banned Over Threeood Ride

Top Sydney jockey James McDonald has been suspended for three weeks over his ride on the Joe Pride-trained Threeood at Randwick. Racing NSW stewards, led by Marc Van Gestel, chaired an inquiry on Friday after earlier charging McDonald for failing to take all reasonable and permissable measures to win or obtain the best possible placing[...]
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Stewards Quiz Mcdonald Over Randwick Ride

Leading jockey James McDonald has faced a grilling from stewards at Randwick over his ride on well-beaten favourite Threeood. Stewards questioned the hoop about his tactics early in the race but were particularly concerned with McDonald’s vigour over the final 300m. Threeood started a solid $2.90 favourite and finished ninth of the 10 runners in[...]
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Spell for Stockman

Progressive three-year-old Stockman has earned a well-deserved break after stringing together three successive victories. The Joe Pride-trained son of Tavistock defeated older horses when successful over 2130m on Monday and races in the colours of Jamie Walter’s Proven Thoroughbreds. “He is a really nice horse and it is the manner in which he is winning[...]
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