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Dragon ready to leap the Tasman

Talented four-year-old Dragon Leap will travel to Sydney on Monday as he looks to target spring riches. The Lance O’Sullivan and Andrew Scott-trained galloper won twice at Group 2 level as a three-year-old and finished fourth in the Group 1 New Zealand Derby (2400m). The lightly-tried gelding is expected to be best suited to a[...]
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Prince Fawaz Chasing Spring Pot Of Gold

Injuries and ailments have been a recurring theme in the Anthony Cummings yard this year, hindering several of his star performers. Prince Fawaz hurt his leg after finishing down the track in the Doncaster Mile, Libertini had a brief and underwhelming two-start autumn campaign before it was discovered she had an issue. For Golden Eagle[...]
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Promising Opacity Wins Again At Randwick

The Epsom Handicap and Golden Eagle figure among the spring options for Opacity who has continued building on a promising start to his racing career with another Randwick win. The John O’Shea-trained gelding got to the right part of the track out wide in Saturday’s TAB Handicap (1600m) and burst through between runners under Hugh[...]
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Clayton chipper about Catalyst

Te Awamutu trainer Clayton Chipperfield is looking forward to welcoming back a beefed-up Catalyst in the coming days, with this season’s Group 1 New Zealand 2000 Guineas (1600m) winner being readied for a spring campaign. The winner of six of his seven starts in New Zealand, Catalyst finished second to Alligator Blood in the Group[...]
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Internationals Targeting Rich Golden Eagle

Three northern hemisphere-trained horses targeting the inaugural Golden Eagle in Sydney are settling into quarantine at Canterbury in preparation for the $7.5 million race at Rosehill. The Golden Eagle (1500m) for four-year-olds will be run on November 2 and the Aidan O’Brien-trained Never No More, Richard Hannon-trained Beat Le Bon and Michael O’Callaghan-trained I Am[...]
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