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Crystal Mile next for Prowess

“It's been a frustrating few months for Prowess and her connections,” shared trainers Roger James and Robert Wellwood. An abscess had kept the multiple Group One winner away from her initial target, the Group 1 Memsie Stakes (1400m) last month, and a stone bruise had led to her withdrawal from a trial at Taupo. However,[...]
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Town Cryer causes Group 3 boilover

In a surprising turn of events at the Group 3 Taranaki Breeder's Stakes (1400m), Town Cryer managed to stave off the late charge of multiple Group One winner Prowess, claiming victory. Trainer Royden Bergerson, however, had a hunch that his six-year-old daughter of Tavistock might have a chance, especially when he learned that the track[...]
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Prowess suffers fresh setback

In the world of thoroughbred racing, Friday was anticipated as a significant milestone in the spring preparations of Prowess, a multiple Group One winner. However, it has turned into another frustrating setback for her connections. An earlier abscess had forced the daughter of Proisir to miss her initial first-up target, the prestigious Group 1 Memsie[...]
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Kennedy loving life in New Zealand

New Zealand is delivering everything experienced jockey Warren Kennedy had yearned for when he made the bold decision to relocate from South Africa five months ago. Kennedy left a successful career in his homeland in search of a better balance of work and time with his family and has no regrets, having quickly garnered the[...]
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Prowess chasing Australian boarding pass

Leading filly Prowess will book her passage to Australia with a performance to match expectations against older opposition at Pukekohe on Saturday. The Roger James and Robert Wellwood-prepared representative has the Group 1 Bonecrusher New Zealand Stakes (2050m) on an alternative program following her trainers' late move to sidestep the Group 1 New Zealand Derby[...]
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Prowess out of Derby

Prowess, the second-favourite for Saturday's Group 1 New Zealand Derby (2400m) at Te Rapa, has been withdrawn from the $1 million classic. Trainers Roger James and Robert Wellwood weren't happy with the way she was working in the lead-up to the rich feature and have elected to bypass the race in favour of other Group[...]
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