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Stricter Protocols For Victorian Racing

The first Melbourne stakes race of the season will go ahead with only essential staff and participants as Racing Victoria responds to a tougher government lockdown in the state. The sport has been given the green light to continue despite the Victorian government’s move to put Melbourne under stage four restrictions in response to the[...]
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Jolly Sailor Impresses With Flemington Win

Lightly raced Jolly Sailor has continued his rise through the ranks with an impressive all-the-way victory at Flemington. The Henry Dwyer-trained three-year-old notched his third win from four career starts with his victory in the Bagot’s Cowshed Handicap on Saturday. Having earlier scored aboard Creedence for Matt Cumani, apprentice Michael Poy guided Jolly Sailor, the[...]
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Sasko Spoils Betting Move On Moody Stayer

An expectation that Peter Moody would have his first metropolitan winner since a return to training has ended in disappointment. Moody sent out Shepard as a heavily supported favourite but the northern hemisphere-bred stayer couldn’t deliver on a rain-affected track at Flemington. Shepard carried $3.90 to $3.20 backing in the Rogan Josh Stayers Trophy (2500m)[...]
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Bell Has Confidence In Apprentice Poy

Mick Bell has confidence apprentice Michael Poy can deliver again on the trainer’s popular sprinter Jungle Edge, this time in a weight-for-age Group Three race at Caulfield. Poy is the only apprentice with a ride in Saturday’s Sir John Monash Stakes, in which apprentices cannot use their claims, but he has earned the chance on[...]
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Milwaukee Notches Another Flemington Win

Straight-track specialist Milwaukee has rallied strongly when it mattered to add another Flemington win, despite trainer Mike Moroney admitting he’d all but conceded defeat midway though the Grampians Region Handicap. Milwaukee’s narrow victory in a bunched finish to Saturday’s 1100m handicap on a soft track was his fourth win from five attempts when racing on[...]
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Jungle Edge Sprints To Sandown Victory

Trainer Mick Bell has paid tribute to his stable star Jungle Edge after proudly watching the popular sprinter add another city win at Sandown on his preferred rain-affected going. The eight-year-old gelding, ridden by apprentice Michael Poy, showed rivals a clean pair of heels in Saturday’s Ladbrokes Handicap (1200m) on a soft track and he[...]
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