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Savy Yong Blonk too crisp in Livamol

A picture-perfect ride by Danielle Johnson ensured quality staying mare Savy Yong Blonk was given every opportunity to succeed at Hastings on Saturday and she duly delivered with an outstanding victory in the Group 1 Livamol Classic (2040m). The Jamie Richards-trained six-year-old was touted as one of the major prospects in an even field, starting[...]
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Brando ready for starring role

Talented galloper Brando could get to walk in the shoes of one of Matamata trainer Jamie Richards’ best horses with a bold run in Saturday’s Group 3 Red Badge Spring Sprint (1400m) at Hastings. A winner of four of his eight starts, Brando goes into the Hastings sprint feature as the TAB’s final field favourite[...]
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First Group One tilt for Cameron

Cambridge trainer Catherine Cameron is looking forward to having her first Group One runner at Hastings on Saturday, but unfortunately she won’t be able to be trackside to experience it. The Government announced on Wednesday afternoon that parts of the Waikato, including Cambridge, will remain in COVID-19 Alert Level Three for a further five days,[...]
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Beauden primed for Livamol

Graeme Rogerson is confident Beauden is ready to show he can beat the best away from Awapuni. Beauden was joint favourite on Tuesday along with Savy Yong Blonk for Saturday’s Group 1 Livamol Classic (2040m) at Hastings after finishing second in the Group 3 Metric Mile (1600m) on September 25 while carrying 60.5kg, 7.5kg more[...]
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Didham continues proud family legacy

As a member of one of racing’s best-known families, Awapuni horseman Peter Didham is hardly a surprise package in the country’s training ranks. Only weeks after being confirmed as the winner of the Gavelhouse.com Newcomer to Training Award for 2020-21, Didham was credited with his first black-type success when he saddled up House Of Cartier[...]
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Awapuni return for Quiz Kid

Quiz Kid will be looking to continue his great association with Awapuni on Saturday when he lines-up in the Group 3 Boehringer Ingelheim Metric Mile (1600m). The five-year-old gelding has had three starts at the Palmerston North venue for a win and two placings, including runner-up results in the Listed ANZAC Mile (1600m) and Listed[...]
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Taplins begin northern raid

Isla Bank trainers Ian and Kerry Taplin will begin their northern assault at Awapuni on Saturday when they contest the Group 3 Boehringer Ingelheim Metric Mile (1600m) with in-form gallopers Ritani and Tappy’s One. Travelling is nothing new to the pair, having made plenty of trips to Riccarton from their southern base, and Ian Taplin[...]
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Hastings return for Llanacord

Llanacord will return to the venue of her biggest moment in racing when she lines-up in the Brew’s & Que’s Tickets On Sale Now (1400m) at Hastings on Saturday. The daughter of Contributer has an unblemished record at the Hawke’s Bay track, having won her sole start, the Group 2 Lowland Stakes (2100m) in March.[...]
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Domestic targets for Rogerson stars

The chances of high-class galloper Mascarpone venturing across the Tasman this spring are looking highly unlikely, however, Group One performed stablemate Beauden remains an outside hope of making it to Melbourne, where he holds a nomination for the Group 1 Melbourne Cup (3200m) with an allotted weight of 53.5kg. After lumping 63.5kgs to finish fifth[...]
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