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Hastings targets for Kingsclere duo

Kingsclere Stables’ Two Illicit and Sherrif trialled over 1100m at Taupo on Wednesday and co-trainer Robert Wellwood was happy enough with what he saw. Group 3 winner Sherrif finished third in his heat behind Catalyst and Aretha, while Group 1 performer Two Illicit ran fifth in her heat behind multiple Group 1 winner Avantage. “I[...]
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Lindsay pair target Guineas spoils

South Auckland trainer Lance Noble will line-up two fillies in the Group 1 gavelhouse.com New Zealand 1000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton on Saturday. The Brendan and Jo Lindsay-owned Bavella and Avadane have taken different paths to the fillies feature, but Noble believes both three-year-olds will feature in the finish. Stakes winner Bavella takes good form[...]
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Manchu boosts Group 1 hopes

Cambridge Stud’s Manchu added serious momentum to her classic campaign yesterday afternoon with a gallant victory at Hastings. The well-related Redoute’s Choice filly overcame her inexperience to account for a competitive field of three-year-olds over 1200m. Bred and raced by Brendan and Jo Lindsay, the filly was taken to the front by Leith Innes and[...]
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Kali remains unbeaten at Hastings

Progressive three-year-old Kali maintained her unbeaten record at Hastings on Saturday but not without high drama as the Tony Pike-trained filly secured her second victory courtesy of a successful protest against fellow Cambridge visitor Jennifer Eccles in the Taupo Pak’nSave Fillies 1100. The Shaune Ritchie-trained Jennifer Eccles was first past the post after producing a[...]
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Endless Drama takes Foxbridge Plate

Fireworks were expected at Te Rapa on Saturday as several of last season’s equine stars kicked off their new spring campaigns in the Group 2 US Navy Flag Foxbridge Plate (1200m) and it was recent Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) placegetter Endless Drama who delivered with a stunning victory. The Tony Pike-trained eight-year-old had been[...]
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