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Asterix wins Avondale Cup

Talented stayer Asterix returned to the scene of his greatest triumph when he stormed home to take out the Group 2 Avondale Cup (2400m) at Ellerslie. The injury-plagued son of Tavistock took out the 2022 edition of the Group 1 New Zealand Derby (2400m) but a string issues had hampered his progress since then. Trainers[...]
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Asterix to make racing return

A huge festive period of racing awaits Wexford Stables, and Christmas has come early for Lance O'Sullivan and Andrew Scott with the exciting return of Asterix headlining their team on Saturday at Te Rapa. The son of Tavistock made waves in claiming the Group 1 New Zealand Derby (2400m) in his fourth raceday appearance last[...]
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Waitak a class above at Te Rapa

Waitak, one of last season's well performed three-year-olds made a powerful statement at Te Rapa on Saturday when he opened his summer campaign with a comfortable victory. After finishing third in the Group 1 Manawatu Sires' Produce Stakes (1400m) as a two-year-old, Waitak went on to win the Listed Trevor & Corallie Eagle Memorial 3YO[...]
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Trial stars set to make impact at Avondale

Lance O'Sullivan and Andrew Scott are set to unleash two promising colts, Monday Melody and Geriatrix, at Avondale, New Zealand on Wednesday. Both youngsters have shown their mettle by winning lead-up trials, and pre-race indicators suggest they are ready for strong performances. However, their talented stablemate Molly Bloom, who is currently the joint second favorite[...]
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Dragon Leap primed for Foxbridge task

Lance O'Sullivan and Andrew Scott are hoping an improved track and an impressive first-up victory will see their classy galloper Dragon Leap add the Group 2 Foxbridge Plate (1200m) at Te Rapa. The O'Sullivan/Scott partnership have made a scorching start to the new season, recording four wins from just six race-day starts and their talented[...]
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Dragon Leap’s spring campaign unconfirmed ahead of return

Champion jockey Opie Bosson's post-race summation of Dragon Leap's resuming run at Ruakaka on Saturday will influence the direction of the seven-year-old's spring campaign. Trainers Lance O'Sullivan and Andrew Scott didn't consider taking advantage of an apprentice claim, preferring Bosson's experience for the ride. The multiple Group Two-winning son of Pierro finished a close second[...]
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