Karaka Million 3YO Classic

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Scott Base retired

Multiple Group 2 winner Scott Base has been retired after finishing 12th in last Saturday’s Group 2 Foxbridge Plate (1200m), with connections electing to call time on the career of the highly talented, but injury-plagued six-year-old. “He was just showing a few signs of wear and tear, and we just want to do the right[...]
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New Zealand swansong for Harlech

Talented three-year-old Harlech will likely have his last start in New Zealand this season when he lines-up in the Karaka Million 3YO Classic (1600m) at Ellerslie on Saturday. The Michael Moroney and Pam Gerard-trained colt is set to head for a freshen-up after this weekend’s rich feature, having won two of his six starts this[...]
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Reggiewood impressive at Rotorua

Promising three-year-old galloper Reggiewood put himself into Classic calculations after his win in the MacMillan Accountants 1950 at Rotorua on Wednesday. Reggiewood was backed into $1.90 favouritism by punters after his last start runner-up performance at New Plymouth and he did not disappoint. In the colours of famed New Zealand galloper Phar Lap, the gelding[...]
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Final hit-out for Campbell trio

Cambridge trainer Andrew Campbell will line-up three Karaka Million aspirants at Ellerslie on Sunday ahead of their rich targets at the Auckland track on January 25. Campbell is looking forward to the resumption of Trident who won on debut over 880m at Ellerslie in October, but admits the two-year-old gelding will take plenty of improvement[...]
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Probabeel Makes Winning Return In NZ

Star New Zealand three-year-old filly Probabeel has proved a class above her age-group rivals, making a winning start to her summer campaign at Awapuni. Probabeel was backed as unbeatable on past performances which include a win in the Karaka Million 2YO (1200m) last season along with a runner-up finish to Funstar in the Group One[...]
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Probabeel pleases at trials

Quality three-year-old Probabeel returned to the fold at the Te Aroha trials on Monday and looks set for another lucrative campaign after comfortably accounting for her rivals in a 1000m heat. Prepared by Jamie Richards for Brendan and Jo Lindsay of Cambridge Stud, Probabeel won last season’s Karaka Million 2YO (1200m) for two-year-olds and will[...]
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Trans-Tasman targets for Harlech

A Group 1 victory is top of mind for trainers Michael Moroney and Pam Gerard with talented three-year-old Harlech. The Group 2 winner put in a gallant performance last start to finish second behind star galloper Catalyst in the Group 1 New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton last month and his connections are keen[...]
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