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Cummings bullish about Anamoe in Sires’

After a brace of placings in Australia's most prestigious two-year-old races, Godolphin believes the stage is set for Anamoe to finally snare a juvenile feature. The youngster flashed home for third in the Blue Diamond Stakes three starts ago and again closed strongly when runner-up to Stay Inside in the Golden Slipper. Sandwiched in between[...]
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Cummings Prince Of Hobartville Upsets

Anthony Cummings has already orchestrated one Hobartville Stakes upset and will not be surprised if Prince Fawaz can deliver him another when the colt resumes at Rosehill. The Randwick trainer won the 2005 edition with $21 chance Outback Prince, who lowered the colours of Eremein and Dance Hero. Cummings won the Group Two 1400m-race again[...]
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Mcevoy Pumped To Link With Castelvecchio

A year after winning the Hobartville Stakes on The Autumn Sun, Kerrin McEvoy has been tasked with delivering a similar result aboard another of Arrowfield Stud's stallions-in-waiting. The top jockey will have his first race ride on star colt and Cox Pate runner-up Castelvecchio, who resumes in Saturday's 1400-metre Group Two Rosehill feature. But with[...]
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Microphone Storms Home In Autumn Stakes

An important lead-up gallop in preparation for the Autumn Stakes at Caulfield had trainer James Cummings confident all was back on track with Microphone. Cummings said the Godolphin-owned Microphone would not have been out of place in Saturday's Group One CF Orr Stakes following that gallop. Despite having to give weight to his three-year-old rivals[...]
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Kensington Stakes Attracts Quality Colts

The Listed Kensington Stakes at Flemington is shaping as a small but select field with the eight nominations headlined by Group One-winning colt Microphone and Group Two winner Time To Reign. Nominations for Saturday's 1000m straight-track sprint have been extended until Tuesday, with the entries also featuring another three-year-old colt taking on older horses, Group[...]
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Deference Held In High Regard For Spring

Godolphin's depth of talent among its three-year-old ranks is the envy of most Australian racing stables and there's mounting evidence it could become even stronger. From a yard that includes last season's Golden Slipper and ATC Sires' Produce Stakes winners as obvious spring chances, trainer James Cummings is also counting on some lesser lights to[...]
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