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Tevere terrific at Te Rapa

Tevere recorded her second win at just her fourth start at Te Rapa on Friday when winning the Dunstan Recovery Mash 1200. Bred and owned by Curraghmore Stud principal Gordon Cunningham, Tevere had displayed above average qualities when storming home to win her Maiden over 1200m in May, clocking the fastest final 600m of the[...]
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Harlech back at Matamata stable

Talented five-year-old Harlech is back in New Zealand and is preparing for a tilt at the Hawke’s Bay features this spring. Prepared by Michael Moroney and Pam Gerard, the son of Darci Brahma transferred to Moroney’s Australian stable at the conclusion of his three-year-old season after he had won the Group 2 James & Annie[...]
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Il Affare joins leading Sydney barn

Peter and Dawn Williams have lost one of their best three-year-old fillies to an Australian stable, but they’ve still got some other good fillies to keep them going in the new season. Peter Williams confirmed that Il Affare, who competed with distinction against the male and female three-year-olds this season, left the stable about two[...]
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Moroney savours Tofane’s special double

Despite COVID-19 restrictions creating ongoing logistical headaches and isolating him from his family and friends in New Zealand, trans-Tasman trainer Michael Moroney has taken special satisfaction from the last couple of weeks. Moroney watched on from his Melbourne base as his high-class Kiwi-bred mare Tofane became just the third mare in history to complete Brisbane’s[...]
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New Zealand Oaks likely for Tokorangi

The Ballymore Stables of Michael Moroney and Pam Gerard are likely to be represented by two runners in Saturday’s Group 1 Al Basti Equiworld Dubai New Zealand Oaks (2400m), headed by Group Two-winning filly Tokorangi and her Group Three-placed stablemate Dragon Queen. There had been some consideration to bypassing the Oaks with Tokorangi and focusing[...]
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Options open for Tokorangi

Trainers Michael Moroney and Pam Gerard have plenty of options to mull over with Group Two-winning filly Tokorangi after the daughter of Redwood finished seventh in the Group 1 New Zealand Derby (2400m) on Sunday. The filly was forced down onto the rail and didn’t get the rub of the green in the Derby on[...]
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Fleetwood Maca on song ahead of Lowland

Punters should disregard Fleetwood Maca’s last two runs when assessing her chances in the Group 2 Little Avondale Stud Lowland Stakes (2100m) at Hastings on Wednesday according to co-trainer Pam Gerard. Fleetwood Maca has shown plenty of ability to date, most notably when pushing boom filly Amarelinha to 1-1/4 lengths in the Group 2 Eight[...]
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Sound reinforces Auckland Cup credentials

The Ballymore stables of Mike Moroney and Pam Gerard have plenty to look forward to over the Auckland Cup Carnival, following the performances of proven stayer Sound and progressive mare Tia d’Or on Saturday. Eight-year-old entire Sound finished second in the Group 2 Avondale Cup (2400m) behind Robusto, carrying topweight of 59kgs, cementing his favouritism[...]
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