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Australian campaign for Brando

He’s got the movie star looks and now exciting Savabeel colt Brando will be out to showcase his talents on the international stage. Trainer Jamie Richards is keen to test the lightly tried galloper against the best of his generation across the Tasman following his runner-up finish in Saturday’s Group 1 Levin Classic (1600). A[...]
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Take Two for Prise De Fer

Te Akau Racing’s Prise De Fer may have missed last weekend’s Group 1 Captain Cook Stakes (1600m) but the five-year-old gelding will soon have the opportunity to make up for lost time. Trainer Jamie Richards took the cautious approach not to send the son of Savabeel to Wellington where the weather forecast looked questionable on[...]
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Lindsays out for more Karaka glory

Brendan and Jo Lindsay’s black and gold checked silks have been prominent on Karaka Million night in the last couple of years through the deeds of Probabeel, and the Cambridge Stud principals are hoping they have another filly that can pick up her mantle. Promising two-year-old Beldarra will begin her path towards the rich twilight[...]
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Plum draw for Probabeel

What a difference a year makes. This time last year Te Akau trainer Jamie Richards was devastated after drawing the outside barrier with Te Akau Shark in the A$5 million Group 1 Cox Plate (2040m), while this year he was overjoyed when drawing gate two for Group 1-winning mare Probabeel. “It is such a big[...]
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Golden Eagle target ideal for Riodini

A gallant effort for third by Kiwi-bred galloper Riodini in Saturday’s Group 1 Epsom Handicap (1600m) gave co-owner and breeder Alan Galbraith a massive thrill. Galbraith, who shares in the ownership of the four-year-old Proisir gelding with wife Liz, daughter Celia and her husband Mike, was cheering hard throughout the race as the family’s pride[...]
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