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Internationals Long Odds For Spring: RV

The chances of having international runners at this year’s Melbourne’s spring carnival are unlikely, but Racing Victoria says it hasn’t given up trying to attract overseas talent. Racing Victoria’s international scout Paul Bloodworth has been keeping in contact with overseas trainers, but as the COVID-19 situation sits he doubts there will be any internationally trained[...]
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Fellowes hopes Prince Of Arran will bring his Melbourne best to HK

Charlie Fellowes has a charm and approachability that is probably nudging Group 1 class but talking to Prince Of Arran’s trainer one continually gets the impression of restless ambition and his comments regarding Sunday’s (8 December) Group 1 LONGINES Hong Kong Vase (2400m) start to illustrate this. “We have unfinished business in Hong Kong,” the[...]
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No Japan Cup For Prince Of Arran

Melbourne Cup runner-up Prince Of Arran’s trip to Japan has been canned with the stayer unable to wear his usual barrier blanket. Prince Of Arran was invited to the Japan Cup after his performance at Flemington on Tuesday but on Saturday trainer Charlie Fellowes said he would not go because Japanese racing rules do not[...]
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Japan Next Stop For Prince Of Arran

Australia’s favourite English horse, Melbourne Cup runner-up Prince Of Arran, will extend his world travels to include the Japan Cup. Trainer Charlie Fellowes has confirmed the dual Melbourne Cup placegetter will have his next start in Tokyo on November 24 with the Hong Kong Vase at the International meeting in December still on his agenda.[...]
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