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Marton Cup next for Grand Bouquet

Cambridge trainer Lauren Brennan is hoping to put Grand Bouquet’s Group 3 NZ Campus of Innovation & Sport Wellington Cup (3200m) campaign back on track with a bold run in Saturday’s Listed Japac Homes Marton Cup (2200m) at Awapuni. Bred in the purple by Waikato Stud’s Garry and Mark Chittick, by Savabeel out of Group[...]
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Kiwi duo impressing in Victoria

Phill Cataldo’s connection with Melbourne trainers Mick Price and Michael Kent Jr. is looking set to pay some serious dividends through two unbeaten horses in 2021. Cataldo brokered deals which resulted in Ayrton and Kurabui both making their way to the Price-Kent stable this year, and they have started their careers in perfect style. Ayrton[...]
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Last hurrah for Magnum

Consistent sprinter Magnum will kick-off what will likely be his last preparation at Ellerslie on Saturday. The Lauren Brennan-trained gelding will carry topweight of 59kg in the Otakiri Reserve 1400 with leading hoop Opie Bosson aboard. The track was rated a Dead4 on Friday morning, which Brennan said would suit her charge. “I am very[...]
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Brennan ready to toast Magnum

Cambridge trainer Lauren Brennan has Magnum right where she wants him ahead of his first-up run in Saturday’s Harcourts Whangarei 1200 at Ruakaka. Brennan produced the Per Incanto gelding for a fresh-up win in the same race last year as a leadup to his third placing to Te Akau Shark and Love Affair in the[...]
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Group 1 assignment for Vigor Winner

Vigor Winner may not have got the results his connections were looking for in Australia last season, but the trip across the Tasman has been the making of the now four-year-old according to trainer Lauren Brennan. He won three of his four starts in New Zealand, including dead-heating the Group 3 Cambridge Breeders’ Stakes (1200m),[...]
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Blake Shinn To Ride Nz 3yo Vigor Winner

Multiple Group One-winning jockey Blake Shinn has been confirmed as the rider of progressive New Zealand three-year-old Vigor Winner when he makes his Australian debut. Trainer Lauren Brennan said Vigor Winner would run in the Group Three Fred Best Classic (1400m) on May 25 ahead of the Group Two Queensland Guineas two weeks later. Brennan[...]
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