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Griff to chase further Group 1 success

Griff, the promising colt trained by Ciaron Maher, is gearing up to kick off his autumn campaign in the highly anticipated Group 3 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m) at Randwick this Saturday. Maher's confidence in the colt is evident, especially considering Griff's impressive track record as a three-year-old, which included three consecutive victories culminating in a[...]
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Group 1 winner Kementari retired from racing

Kementari, a beloved figure and fan favourite in the Godolphin stable has been retired from racing and will now become the latest flagbearer for the Godolphin Lifetime Care program. Together with Hartnell, Osborne Bulls, Hauraki, It's Somewhat, Avilius, Best of Days and Trekking, he forms part of an extraordinary group of racehorses placed by Godolphin[...]
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Sydney beckons top 3YO Pier

Leading three-year-old Pier can book his passage to Australia with a bold resuming performance at Pukekohe on Saturday. The gifted son of Proisir will step out in the Group 3 Cambridge Stud Almanzor Trophy (1200m) and while victory is not imperative to confirm travel plans, he is expected to give a forward account of himself.[...]
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Lion ready to Roar at Randwick

Local trainer John O'Shea is looking forward to last season's Group 1 Randwick Guineas (1600m) winner Lion's Roar resuming at Randwick on Saturday. The son of Contributer is set to tackle the Group 2 Tramway Stakes (1400m) after pleasing in a couple of lead-in trials. “He looks to have made good improvement,” O'Shea told SENTrack.[...]
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Change of autumn plans for Peltzer

Trainers Gerald Ryan and Sterling Alexiou will turn their attention to races at the back-end of the autumn carnival for Peltzer after he disappointed in the Randwick Guineas. The three-year-old had been undefeated in five prior starts at the track but after drawing wide and sitting on the speed, he wilted to finish ninth to[...]
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