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Dimaggio impresses at Hastings

Dimaggio's connections are anticipating a promising spring for their gelding after his resilient victory at Hastings, New Zealand on Saturday. Under the skilled guidance of jockey Kozzi Asano, the son of Almanzor took an early lead and engaged in a spirited battle with the local contender, Gohugo, on the outside. In the closing stages of[...]
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Pike confident Impendabelle can strike at Hastings

Talented filly Impendabelle is set for her three-year-old debut at Hastings this Saturday after a flawless preparation. Trainer Tony Pike will lead a significant team of runners, with Impendabelle contesting the Group Gold Trail Stakes (1200m) following two promising lead-up trials. Additionally, Pike will have two contenders, Overdrawn and Full Moon Fever, in the Listed[...]
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Tutukaka bound for Singapore

Dual stakes winner Tutukaka has been sold with the well-related four-year-old to continue his career in Singapore. A half-brother to 14-time Group One winner Melody Belle, the son of Tavistock was successful three times for Cambridge trainer Tony Pike and has changed hands in a deal brokered by bloodstock agent Bevan Smith. “It's a bit[...]
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Oaks hope stars on top day for Pike

Val Di Zoldo headlined a stellar day for Tony Pike at Awapuni where she added serious momentum to her preparation for the country's premier staying feature for fillies. A first stakes winner for her Inglewood Stud-based stallion War Decree, she was one of three success stories at the Central Districts fixture for the Cambridge trainer[...]
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Group Two test for Impendabelle

Promising filly Impendabelle will have her first test at stakes level when she heads to Trentham on Saturday to contest the Group 2 Wakefield Challenge Stakes (1100m). The daughter of Impending was impressive when winning by 4.5 lengths over 900m when on debut at the Upper Hutt track last month and trainer Tony Pike has[...]
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Marchand primed to bounce back

Four-year-old gelding Marchand has a good opportunity at Matamata on Saturday to return to the form that earned him stakes honours last season. The son of Burgundy measured up well in strong company as a three-year-old and looks well-placed to turn his fortunes around in the Harry & Rick Lowe Handicap (1600m). He will be[...]
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