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Australian campaign for Tiptronic

New Zealand Group One winner Tiptronic has arrived in Australia ahead of a three-start Queensland winter carnival campaign. The Graham Richardson and Rogan Norvall-trained seven-year-old flew into Sydney on Sunday and has made his way north by road to Brisbane, where he will be based at Eagle Farm. The son of O’Reilly finished third behind[...]
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Rabada hits rivals for six at Tauranga

A chance conversation one evening with good mate and former New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum saw trainer Graeme Richardson put his money where his mouth was, taking a share in a Per Incanto colt bred by McCullum, that he liked the look of. Richardson’s faith in the now three-year-old gelding named Rabada was vindicated[...]
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Bonny Lass primed for Group One

Graham Richardson is an excited man ahead of the Group 1 Courtesy Ford Manawatu Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Awapuni on Saturday. The Matamata horseman, who trains in partnership with Rogan Norvall, will line-up Bonny Lass in the juvenile feature and he is hoping she can take home the lion’s share of the $225,000 purse.[...]
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Livamol test for Tiptronic

Group One winner Tiptronic bypassed the first two legs of the Hawke’s Bay Spring Carnival and trainers Graham Richardson and Rogan Norvall are hoping a less travelled path will benefit him at Hastings on Saturday. The son of O’Reilly will line-up in the Group 1 Livamol Classic (2040m) after carrying big weights in his three[...]
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Justastate in the frame for Norvall

It may have only been a maiden race at Te Aroha on Sunday, but Justastate earned her photo spot amongst Rogan Norvall’s gallery of the memorable feature winners he rode during his career in the saddle. The Falkirk five-year-old credited Norvall with his first training success after he officially went into partnership with Matamata trainer[...]
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New era for Matamata stable

Trainer Graham Richardson admits he was suffering from mixed emotions on Friday as his former stable star Volpe Veloce took the next step on her path to a career in the matron’s paddock. Richardson and his fellow owners retired the six-year-old mare after she finished unplaced behind Te Akau Shark in the Group 1 BCD[...]
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