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Tiley takes stakes double at Ellerslie

Pukekohe trainer Nigel Tiley enjoyed a red-letter day at Ellerslie on Saturday, taking out two of the three feature races on offer with two-year-old Lady Maroal winning the Listed Staphanos by Deep Impact Champagne Stakes (1600m) before stable star Demonetization powered home to take out the Group 2 Manco Easter Handicap (1600m). Tiley had a[...]
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Pukekohe Treble for Tiley

Pukekohe trainer Nigel Tiley enjoyed a day out on his home track, saddling three winners on Wednesday headed by impressive juvenile Quicken Away, who defeated a strong field over 1200m to book his place in next month’s Group 1 Courtesy Ford Manawatu Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m). The Ben Kwok-raced son of Vancouver had caught the[...]
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Change of tack for Tiley

Pukekohe trainer Nigel Tiley will downsize his team at the end of May to concentrate on training just those horses he has an ownership interest in. The former topline jockey said the change in focus is coming largely so he and his wife Lee can spend their winters in Queensland. “We bought a house there[...]
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Local galloper impresses at Pukekohe

Local runner El Tirador provided a dashing display on his home track at Pukekohe on Sunday when he strode home to defeat his age-group rivals over 1400m. The three-year-old son of Shocking made it back-to-back victories after opening his winning account narrowly at Ruakaka over 1200m earlier in the month. The Nigel Tiley-trained galloper appreciated[...]
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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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