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Callsign Mav all class at Awapuni

Trainer John Bary admitted his overwhelming feeling was one of relief after he watched his stable star Callsign Mav lump topweight of 63kg to an emphatic victory over 1400m at Awapuni on Saturday. Bary had been looking for a performance that would indicate whether his Group 1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m) winner could be capable of[...]
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Callsign Mav returns at Awapuni

Hawke’s Bay trainer John Bary believes Saturday’s Group 2 Kevin Pratt Memorial Manawatu Challenge Stakes (1400m) at Awapuni is the ideal race for resuming Group 1 winner Callsign Mav. The four-year-old son of Atlante stunned punters when winning the Group 1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m) in spring at odds of and backed that performance up with[...]
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Bary back trackside

Hastings trainer John Bary is looking forward to getting back trackside at Hastings on Sunday after an eight month absence. While he spent much of that time away as a result of COVID-19 enforced measures, Bary underwent back surgery in September which resulted in him missing stable runner Callsign Mav’s win in the Group 1[...]
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Bary keen on winter prospects

The successful completion of a set of jumpouts at Hastings last Friday has local trainer John Bary fizzing as he awaits a return to racing next month. Bary lined up a number of his potential winter team on the day and was delighted with their performances which including an impressive winning gallop over 780m by[...]
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Bary set for home carnival

While he may have lost the services of talented four-year-old King Louis, Hastings trainer John Bary is excited about his team’s spring prospects in the countdown to the upcoming Hawke’s Bay Spring Carnival that kicks off on August 31. Last season’s Group 3 Mongolian Khan Trophy (1200m) winner King Louis has been transferred to the[...]
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Bary trio target Taumarunui

Hastings trainer John Bary will take a trio of runners north to Taumarunui Racing Club’s meeting at Arawa Park on Saturday and he expects a bold showing from each of his runners. Three-year-old filly Louboutin will be looking to make it three wins on end when she lines up in the Taumarunui & Districts RSA[...]
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First winner for Atlante

The ill-fated Atlante sired his first winner at Hastings on Thursday when Callsign Mav took out the NZB Insurance Pearl Series Race (800m). “It was good to get it done, he is still quite green. Once he changed legs with 100m to go he did it nicely,” trainer John Bary said. Bary, who has fashioned[...]
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