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Beauden gearing up for Melbourne Campaign

Class Waikato galloper Beauden is being set some lofty Melbourne targets this spring. The multiple stakes winner appeared in public for the first time this preparation for an exhibition gallop between races at Te Rapa last Saturday, a gallop which left his trainers Graeme and Debbie Rogerson very satisfied. “He galloped well within himself, but[...]
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Ambitious Spring Sprint Plans For Trope

Trainer Julius Sandhu will use the Group Three Aurie’s Star Stakes at Flemington as a litmus test for his enigmatic stable recruit Trope. Sandhu, who has been training for only two years, is hoping the five-year-old can confirm his belief that he is a genuine Group One sprinter. Sandhu trains for Lofty Thoroughbreds, which purchased[...]
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Loving Gaby Makes Manikato History

The decision to run Loving Gaby in the Manikato Stakes has been rewarded with the exciting filly creating history in the Group One sprint at The Valley. Trained by Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, Loving Gaby became the first three-year-old filly to win the weight-for-age Manikato since its elevation to Group One status in 1989.[...]
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Green light for Kali’s 1000 Guineas bid

Cambridge trainer Tony Pike has confirmed high-class three-year-old filly Kali will head straight to the Group 1 gavelhouse.com New Zealand 1000 Guineas (1600m) at Riccarton next month after her impressive winning performance at Ashburton on Saturday. Pike spent time with the Darci Brahma filly on Sunday morning before flying home from Christchurch and was delighted[...]
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