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Bosson nearing raceday return

Star jockey Opie Bosson is inching his way closer to a return to raceday riding. Bosson has effectively spent two months on the side-lines after his home south of Pukekawa was deemed as being in the Auckland region for COVID-19 lockdown purposes. The 41-year-old gained an exemption to relocate to Te Akau Stud in west[...]
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Atishu books Epsom berth

Former New Zealander Atishu will attempt to follow the path blazed by Probabeel last year and claim the Bill Ritchie-Epsom Handicap double after taking out the first leg at Randwick. Now prepared by Chris Waller, the Go Racing-owned Atishu ( fav) showed fierce determination to wear down leader Prime Star (fifth) then get the better[...]
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Rupert Clarke awaits Probabeel

Classy Kiwi mare Probabeel remained unbeaten at Caulfield when claiming Saturday’s Group 3 W.W. Cockram Stakes (1200m) and will seek a second Group One success at the venue next month. The Jamie Richards-trained five-year-old found a good spot midfield under an ace Damian Lane ride, crossing from the outside barrier of 10. Probabeel was placed[...]
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Home Ground Avantage

Connections of star mare Avantage have opted to keep the six-year-old on home soil as she works towards a start in the Group 2 Valachi Downs Foxbridge Plate (1200m) which will be run at Te Rapa on Saturday, pending an Alert Level downgrade on Friday. The Jamie Richards-trained mare was nominated for both the Group[...]
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Sword in healthy state

Last season’s outstanding juvenile Sword Of State was back in action at the Cambridge trials on Tuesday, where he finished second under a hold over 800m. The Group One winning son of Snitzel was given an easy time of things by rider Opie Bosson, with his spring campaign looking to get back on track after[...]
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Spring in steps of star gallopers

Group One targets await stablemates Probabeel and Sword Of State in Australia later this year and they took their first serious steps this afternoon toward spring goals with trial outings on the all-weather track at Cambridge. Trainer Jamie Richards was well-represented during the day with crack mare Avantage also in action and she will be[...]
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Te Akau stars return

The 2020/2021 season will live long in the memory of Jamie Richards. The Matamata trainer, who heads Te Akau’s racing operation, sits atop the New Zealand Trainers’ Premiership with 157 wins and nearly NZ$6 million to his credit this term. While dominant in New Zealand, Richards also experienced success across the Tasman, posting four wins,[...]
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Richards out to continue dream season

Te Akau trainer Jamie Richards will be looking to extend what can only be described as a dream season when he lines-up a couple of stakes favourites this weekend. The 31-year-old horseman sits atop the New Zealand Trainers’ Premiership with 147 wins, 35 of those at stakes level, surpassing Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman’s previous[...]
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