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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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Contributer headlines Mapperley Stud roster

Group One-producing stallion Contributer will headline Mapperley Stud’s stallion roster for the upcoming breeding season where he will stand at their Matamata property for a fee of $22,000 +GST. His first crop of three-year-olds have experienced a strong season on the track, headlined by the John O’Shea trained Lion’s Roar who was victorious in the[...]
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SA test for exciting filly

Exciting filly Llanacord is giving trainer and part-owner Stephen Nickalls the ride of his life and he is hoping that will continue in Australia in the coming month. The daughter of Contributer won the Group 2 Lowland Stakes (2100m) at Hastings last month before running third to Amarelinha in the Group 1 New Zealand Oaks[...]
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Llanacord wins nail-biting Lowland Stakes

The Stephen Nickalls-trained Llanacord landed the Group 2 Little Avondale Stud Lowland Stakes (2100m) at Hastings on Wednesday to provide the Rangiotu trainer, who part-owns the three-year-old filly, with his biggest moment in racing. The daughter of Contributer had run out a dominant eight-length winner in maiden grade over 2040m at Whanganui last month and[...]
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Fleetwood Maca on song ahead of Lowland

Punters should disregard Fleetwood Maca’s last two runs when assessing her chances in the Group 2 Little Avondale Stud Lowland Stakes (2100m) at Hastings on Wednesday according to co-trainer Pam Gerard. Fleetwood Maca has shown plenty of ability to date, most notably when pushing boom filly Amarelinha to 1-1/4 lengths in the Group 2 Eight[...]
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Marsh out to plunder Hastings gold

Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh is heading to Hastings on Wednesday to try and record more Group honours with Zee Falls, but he could be back in Hawke’s Bay in just a matter of days in search of bigger spoils. Hastings has been included in New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing and Auckland Racing Club’s contingency plan for[...]
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