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Memsie target for Tofane

Trainer Mike Moroney’s association with four-time Group One winner Tofane is set to continue. The Flemington trainer farewelled the New Zealand-bred mare before she was sold to Yulong Investments on the Gold Coast, but to his delight he was approached to continue training the daughter of Ocean Park into the early stages of the spring.[...]
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Bright future for Almanzor colt

The confidence Kyneton trainer Liam Howley has in Virtuous Circle was vindicated when the two-year-old Almanzor colt relished the step up to 1500m in the AUD$130,000 Cleanaway Sustainability Sires at Mornington on Saturday. Sent out a chance on the back of finishing ninth at his first start at Pakenham over 1200m, the quality colt came[...]
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Roch ’N’ Horse to head to Sydney

Newmarket Handicap heroine Roch ’N’ Horse is thriving at Flemington and Michael Moroney and connections have confirmed the daughter of Per Incanto will head north to contest the Group 1 T J Smith Stakes (1200m) at Randwick on April 2. Bred and raced by Little Avondale Stud, Roch ’N’ Horse is blooming in the current[...]
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Tofane primed for rich mile

Group One winner Tofane will try and nab the lion’s share of the AUD$5 million purse of the All Star Mile (1600m) when she lines-up in the rich feature at Flemington on Saturday. The Ocean Park mare has drawn gate seven and trainer Michael Moroney is hoping she can get a soft trip from the[...]
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Stockman scores Sky High Stakes

While the NZ suffix was dominating the Flemington card on Saturday, Stockman made sure there was plenty of Kiwi flavour at Rosehill when winning the Group 3 Sky High Stakes (2000m). The widest on the track turning for home, Stockman was able to rally and wear down his rivals and kicked on for a half-length[...]
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Yonce vying for four-peat

New Zealand-bred mare Yonce will be out to continue her unbeaten streak when she heads to Flemington on Saturday for her first tilt over a mile. The daughter of Proisir has won all three of her starts to date and trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace are looking forward to stepping her up in trip.[...]
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Kiwis flying midweek in Australia

It was a red-letter day for New Zealand-breds in Australia on Wednesday. On the Kensington track at Randwick Kiwi-breds won three of the seven races, including a trifecta in the Benchmark 72 1800m, led home by former Group 1 New Zealand Derby (2400m) contender Reggiewood. The son of Redwood beat home stakes winner Main Stage[...]
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