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Targhee scores at Pukekohe

Four-year-old mare Targhee broke maiden ranks second-up off a lengthy spell, when successful in the Dunstan Feeds 1200 at Pukekohe on Wednesday for trainers Michael Moroney and Pam Gerard. Admirably performed in good two-year-old fields, Targhee was off the racing scene for more than 12 months following her three-year-old campaign, but indicated readiness when wearing[...]
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Halston breaks maiden at Matamata

New Zealand gelding Halston was rewarded for his consistency with his maiden victory in the Matamata Function Centre 1600 on Wednesday. Placed in four of his previous six starts, Halston was pressed forward early by late replacement jockey Sam Spratt from their wide gate to sit second. Halston travelled well approaching the home turn and[...]
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Auckland Cup placegetters bow out

Last Sunday’s Group 2 Auckland Cup (3200m) marked the final public outings for high-class gallopers Concert Hall and Sound, who signed off by finishing second and third respectively behind Central Districts visitor Uareastar. Retirement had been earmarked for both seven-year-old mare Concert Hall and nine-year-old entire Sound, and stud careers beckon the pair who ran[...]
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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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Classy filly transfers to Moroney’s Flemington barn

Trans-Tasman trainer Michael Moroney has welcomed the arrival of promising Kiwi filly Let’s Say Grace to his Australian base. The three-year-old daughter of Charm Spirit won impressively at Tauranga over 1400m in December under the care of Moroney’s Matamata training partner Pam Gerard, with that form subsequently franked by placegetters Pinarello and Princess Lowry, who[...]
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Third time lucky for Dragon Queen

The third time was the charm for New Zealand mare Dragon Queen at Ellerslie’s Karaka Million twilight meeting on Saturday, landing a career-best victory in the Group 2 Westbury Classic (1400m). Since her purchase for NZD$50,000 by the New Zealand Chinese Jockey Club and Paul Moroney Bloodstock at Karaka in 2019, the daughter of Sweynesse[...]
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