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Lion ready to Roar at Randwick

Local trainer John O’Shea is looking forward to last season’s Group 1 Randwick Guineas (1600m) winner Lion’s Roar resuming at Randwick on Saturday. The son of Contributer is set to tackle the Group 2 Tramway Stakes (1400m) after pleasing in a couple of lead-in trials. “He looks to have made good improvement,” O’Shea told SENTrack.[...]
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Kiwi mare not to be sneezed at

New Zealand import Atishu gave Australian racing fans a glimpse of her quality when storming home to win Saturday’s Darwin Turf Club Trophy (1400m) at Randwick at her first start across the Tasman. The Go Racing-owned four-year-old has transferred from Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh to Sydney-based Kiwi Chris Waller, having won four of her nine[...]
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Sword in healthy state

Last season’s outstanding juvenile Sword Of State was back in action at the Cambridge trials on Tuesday, where he finished second under a hold over 800m. The Group One winning son of Snitzel was given an easy time of things by rider Opie Bosson, with his spring campaign looking to get back on track after[...]
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Hungry Heart triumphant in Oaks

Chris Waller has described Hungry Heart as a special filly after she outclassed her opponents to give Kerrin McEvoy his first Group 1 Australian Oaks victory at Randwick. Her triumph was another masterful feat by Sydney’s dominant trainer, who prepared her for a Golden Slipper campaign as a juvenile and nursed back her confidence after[...]
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Bluebloods Shed Maiden Tags At Canterbury

Well bred filly Billiondollarbaby has hit the ground running with a strong debut victory at Canterbury on Wednesday. The I Am Invincible filly led throughout in the Pinatubo New To Darley 2YO Maiden Plate (1200m), kicking strongly inside the furlong to hold off race favourite Port Louis by one length with a further three-and-one-quarter lengths[...]
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McEvoy warming to Aegon in Doncaster

Fresh from his Group 1 win aboard Hungry Heart in the Vinery Stud Stakes, Kerrin McEvoy is turning his attention to The Championships. Having tested New Zealander Aegon in a recent barrier trial, jockey Kerrin Mcevoy is buoyant about his Doncaster Mile prospects, particularly given the forecast for rain. While Hugh Bowman has ridden the[...]
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