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Tiley trio chase stakes success

Nigel Tiley will take aim at three separate feature-race targets on his home track on Saturday. The Pukekohe trainer will produce Le Castile in the Group 2 Dunstan Feeds Auckland Thoroughbred Breeders’ Stakes (1400m), Melt in the Listed Haunui Farm Counties Bowl (1100m) and Cool Change on debut in the Listed Fasttrack Insurance 2YO Stakes[...]
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Riodini ready for lucrative feature

Former Kiwi Riodini will enter Saturday’s A$7.5 million Golden Eagle (1500m) in good form for what has been the target race all preparation. The New Zealand Group 3 winner transferred at the beginning of the campaign from Nigel Tiley’s Pukekohe barn to Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott at Randwick and has impressed his new handlers[...]
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Tiley pair dominate Karaka Classic market

South Auckland trainer Nigel Tiley has no reason to feel that TAB oddsetters have got their market wrong for Saturday’s Listed Haunui Farm Karaka Classic (1600m) at Pukekohe. Bookmakers have installed the Tiley-trained pair of Demonetization and Le Castile as the $4.60 favourite and $4.80 second favourite respectively for the Counties Racing Club feature. “I’m[...]
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Golden Eagle target ideal for Riodini

A gallant effort for third by Kiwi-bred galloper Riodini in Saturday’s Group 1 Epsom Handicap (1600m) gave co-owner and breeder Alan Galbraith a massive thrill. Galbraith, who shares in the ownership of the four-year-old Proisir gelding with wife Liz, daughter Celia and her husband Mike, was cheering hard throughout the race as the family’s pride[...]
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Demonetization impresses at Ellerslie

Five-year-old gelding Demonetization has been plagued by issues throughout his racing career and trainer Nigel Tiley believes he finally has him back to somewhere near his best. The son of All Too Hard, a one-time Group 1 New Zealand Derby (2400m) favourite, had his three-year-old season cut short through injury, while during last year’s Queensland[...]
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Spicer keen on Kiwi imports

The combination of Spicer Thoroughbreds and trainer Lindsey Smith have enjoyed good success in recent weeks with horses emanating from New Zealand. That trend continued on Sunday when progressive galloper Mystery Shot kept his record unblemished for Smith, with an impressive victory at Ballarat over 1200m. The Inglewood Stud bred gelding trialled in New Zealand[...]
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