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Probabeel pleases at trials

Quality three-year-old Probabeel returned to the fold at the Te Aroha trials on Monday and looks set for another lucrative campaign after comfortably accounting for her rivals in a 1000m heat. Prepared by Jamie Richards for Brendan and Jo Lindsay of Cambridge Stud, Probabeel won last season’s Karaka Million 2YO (1200m) for two-year-olds and will[...]
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The Shark set for Australian debut

Exciting New Zealand galloper Te Akau Shark will kick-off his spring campaign in Australia on Saturday where he will contest the Group 2 Tramway Stakes (1400m) at Randwick in front of some of his local owners, including Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Captain Paul Gallen. The five-year-old son of Rip Van Winkle pleased connections with his runner-up performance[...]
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James Mcdonald To Ride Te Akau Shark

James McDonald will ride Epsom Handicap favourite Te Akau Shark when he makes his Australian debut in the Tramway Stakes. Now Sydney’s premier jockey, McDonald was formerly the stable rider for the powerful Te Akau operation in New Zealand. Te Akau Shark is the TAB’s $6 favourite for the Epsom (1600m) at Randwick on October[...]
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Savabeel continuing to raise the bar

Savabeel has broken his own domestic stakes earnings record, narrowly missing becoming the first stallion to hit $4 million in New Zealand in a season, as he stretched his Grosvenor Award winning streak to five years running. The Waikato Stud stallion has enjoyed yet another banner season, becoming leading two- year-old sire for the first[...]
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Te Akau juveniles continue to excite

Te Akau took out the trifecta in the Karaka Million 2YO (1200m) earlier this year with Probabeel, Aotea Lad, and Yourdeel dead-heating for third with Appellant, and trainer Jamie Richards said the rising three-year-olds are coming to hand nicely ahead of their spring campaigns. Yourdeel went from strength-to-strength after his placing in the Karaka Million[...]
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Crowning season for Bosson

The 2018/19 season will live long in the memory of leading New Zealand jockey Opie Bosson. The talented hoop went on to win six Group 1 races, taking his tally to 65, surpassing Hall of Fame jockey Lance O’Sullivan’s previous record of 62 Group 1 victories. “It wasn’t a goal initially, but when I found[...]
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