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Financier impresses in Heavy conditions at Hastings

Renowned Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh had every reason to celebrate as his consistent four-year-old, Financier, returned to the winner's circle at Hastings, New Zealand on Saturday. The son of Tavistock, lightly raced but full of promise, settled comfortably in midfield along the fence under the composed guidance of Opie Bosson. With precision, Financier surged through[...]
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Skew Wiff bound for Australia

Last-start Group 1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m) victor, Skew Wiff, has wrapped up her New Zealand racing stint and is set to relocate to Te Akau's Cranbourne base in early October, as confirmed by co-trainer Mark Walker. Skew Wiff secured her first Group One crown at Hastings on September 9, triumphing over a star-studded field that[...]
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Tokyo Tycoon returns a winner at Hastings

Last season's standout juvenile, Tokyo Tycoon, has signalled his readiness to tackle ambitious targets this season with a commanding performance against his three-year-old counterparts in the Listed El Roca-Sir Colin Meads Trophy (1200m) at Hastings. Trained by Mark Walker and Sam Bergerson, Tokyo Tycoon had previously enjoyed a stellar two-year-old campaign, including five consecutive victories,[...]
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Stonybreck continues synthetic form

Stonybreck continued his dominant run of form on the country's synthetic tracks on Wednesday, when securing a comfortable victory at Cambridge. The consistent son of Tavistock broke his maiden just over a year ago at Cambridge and was a heavily supported favourite in a tidy field of polytrack specialists. Wednesday's victory was his third in[...]
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Dragon Leap’s spring campaign unconfirmed ahead of return

Champion jockey Opie Bosson's post-race summation of Dragon Leap's resuming run at Ruakaka on Saturday will influence the direction of the seven-year-old's spring campaign. Trainers Lance O'Sullivan and Andrew Scott didn't consider taking advantage of an apprentice claim, preferring Bosson's experience for the ride. The multiple Group Two-winning son of Pierro finished a close second[...]
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