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Another explosive weekend for passionate Kiwi breeder

Thoroughbred owner and breeder Luigi Muollo was celebrating another milestone on Saturday evening after star staying three-year-old colt Explosive Jack added another Derby trophy to his growing collection. The son of Muollo’s ill-fated stallion Jakkalberry raced away with Saturday’s Group 1 South Australian Derby (2500m), his third Derby win this season after earlier taking out[...]
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Bonecrusher test for Explosively

With an overseas sale off the agenda for now, Te Awamutu trainer Stephen Ralph is free to dream big with highly talented three-year-old Explosively – starting with a first black-type test in Saturday’s Group 3 Mitchell Family Bonecrusher Stakes (1400m) at Ellerslie. Offshore offers have circled the son of Sweynesse throughout this spring, following an[...]
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Lease filly shines in Wanganui Guineas

A lease arrangement brokered by Novara Park principal Luigi Muollo has allowed Sweynesse’s former trackwork rider to share in his black-type success at stud. Muollo bred the Sweynesse filly Only Words, who scored an impressive victory in Saturday’s Listed HS Dyke Wanganui Guineas (1200m). She became the second stakes winner for Sweynesse, who was New[...]
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Sweynesse champion first season sire

The champion first season sire for 2019-20 is Novara Park’s Sweynesse, who sired three winners including Bonita Aurelia, who won the Group 3 Taranaki 2YO Classic (1200m) and placed in the Group 2 Matamata Breeders’ Stakes (1200m). The highly regarded Walkthisswey was an impressive recent winner at Riccarton. “It’s a really good result, and a[...]
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Novara Park announce 2020 service fees

Novara Park, near Cambridge, have announced that service fees will remain unchanged for the forthcoming 2020 breeding season for their exciting young stallion duo of Sweynesse and Staphanos. Sweynesse is the Leading New Zealand First Season Sire on earnings, winners and stakes-winners and while in previous years this would normally lead to an increase in[...]
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