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Thompson Keen To See Where Mamaragan Fits

The new-season three-year-olds will have their next opportunity to stake their spring claims when a number of leading contenders clash in the San Domenico Stakes at Rosehill. Anders made a clear statement with a commanding first-up win in the Listed Rosebud, and along with his Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained stablemate Prague is among nominations[...]
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Trial Win For Golden Rose Favourite Farnan

Three-year-olds have dominated a light but star-studded barrier trial session on Randwick’s Kensington circuit with a trio of colts stealing the show. Golden Slipper winner Farnan signalled he was on target for a lucrative spring with an impressive win over Slipper placegetter Mamaragan. Stepping out for his first trial of the season, the Tulloch Lodge[...]
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Mamaragan Back For Golden Rose Campaign

Mamaragan showcased his potential as an autumn two-year-old but trainer John Thompson believes the Golden Slipper placegetter can only get better as a spring three-year-old. The colt has already returned to work at Thompson’s Randwick stables and the Group One Golden Rose (1400m) will be his first major spring target. Mamaragan raced three times as[...]
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King’s Legacy Wins Group 1 Sires’ Produce

Peter and Paul Snowden’s reputation as stallion makers has again been showcased with King’s Legacy winning the Group One ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes. The father-son training team has an enviable record with young colts including Pride Of Dubai, Capitalist, Shooting To Win and Revolution. A son of the late super sire Redoute’s Choice, King’s Legacy[...]
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Sires’ Produce Stakes Facts And Figures

SIRES’ PRODUCE STAKES 1400m, $500,000 Group One for two-year-olds at Randwick Prize money halved for this year because of coronavirus pandemic and reduced wagering income HISTORY First run in 1867 when won by Glencoe Some greats of the Australasian turf have won the race including Furious (1921), Hall Mark (1933), Ajax (1937), Shannon (1944), Tulloch[...]
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Grand Piano Set For First Stakes Test

Grand Piano will face some promising young horses in the Carbine Club Stakes, but none with the credentials of his recent galloping partner. Trainer John Thompson’s Randwick stable is home to some high-profile visiting horses for the Sydney autumn carnival including champion New Zealand mare Melody Belle who is among the favourites for Saturday’s Group[...]
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John Thompson Celebrates Biggest Day

If the rest of the autumn carnival is scuppered by the coronavirus, trainer John Thompson has already celebrated his biggest day on a racecourse. Thompson arrived at Rosehill for Saturday’s closed door meeting with two Group One chances and left with a George Ryder Stakes winner and Golden Slipper placegetter. The Randwick trainer, who has[...]
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