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Didham continues proud family legacy

As a member of one of racing’s best-known families, Awapuni horseman Peter Didham is hardly a surprise package in the country’s training ranks. Only weeks after being confirmed as the winner of the Gavelhouse.com Newcomer to Training Award for 2020-21, Didham was credited with his first black-type success when he saddled up House Of Cartier[...]
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Grass making name with staying mare

Kylie Grass is relishing the opportunity to train consistent staying mare Barbara and is making every post a winner. The Pukekohe horsewoman, who has made her name predominantly as a pre-trainer, has had the daughter of He’s Remarkable in a caretaker capacity since fellow trainer Nigel Tiley ventured to Queensland in June for an extended[...]
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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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