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Pike hoping Catalyst can find old zest

Comeback horse Alligator Blood’s Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) triumph has Cambridge trainer Tony Pike hoping that one of that horse’s most notable rivals can have a similarly successful return to racing next spring. Alligator Blood’s Stradbroke victory was his first trip to the winners circle since he took out the Group 1 Australian Guineas[...]
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Pike after Derby spoils

New Zealand trainer Tony Pike is hoping the turnaround in weather can play into the hands of his Group 1 Queensland Derby (2400m) contender Tutukaka at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Usually lapping up the Queensland sun at this time of year, Pike and his fellow Kiwi raiders have been experiencing a deluge of rain, more[...]
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Race return imminent for Letzbeglam

Group Two winner Letzbeglam will likely make her raceday return later this month following an 18-month hiatus. The daughter of Snitzel was impressive early on in her career, winning her first two starts as a juvenile, including the Group 2 Blue Diamond Prelude (1100m) at Caulfield for trainers Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young. She ran[...]
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Lindsays ready to glam it up in Melbourne

Letzbeglam could this weekend kick off a successful four-week Group 1 attack by Cambridge Stud owners Brendan and Jo Lindsay. On Saturday when Vernazza, another Lindsay-owned filly, will spearhead the homefront team with a tilt at the Group 2 J. Swap Contractors Matamata Breeders Stakes (1200m), the Lindsays will be in Melbourne cheering on Letzbeglam[...]
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Letzbeglam Emerges As A Blue Diamond Hope

Jockey Brett Prebble says Letzbeglam has the ability to win Victoria’s richest two-year-old race but wonders whether she has the mental capacity. Letzbeglam raced her way into contention for the Group One Blue Diamond Stakes (1200m) on February 22 with a comprehensive victory in the fillies Prelude (1100m) on Saturday. Jumping from the widest barrier,[...]
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