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Pateman Set To Partner Zed Em At The Bool

Dual licence holder Steven Pateman is free to continue racing after the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board reserved its decision on penalty on a cobalt charge. A leading jumps jockey, Pateman also holds a trainers’ licence and along with partner Jessica Barton was in March found guilty of a race-day administration charge relating to a[...]
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Nerves kick in for Payne

Nerves only come but once a year for Patrick Payne, and that time is now. The Warrnambool May Carnival is like Christmas Day for the Victorian trainer and he will once again have several live chances on one of Australia’s biggest days of jumps racing. “I love it,” Payne said. “It’s the only time I[...]
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Douglas Joins Gold Medals In Annual Chase

Dual purpose jockey Clayton Douglas has been attending the Warrnambool May carnival for as long as he can remember. His father Vic trained three winners of the Grand Annual Steeplechase (Hoki 1995-96, Miracle Star 2000) while Clayton’s first ride in the 5500m marathon resulted in victory aboard the Symon Wilde-trained Gold Medals in 2018. They[...]
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Strong Entries For Two-Day Bool Carnival

The all-jumps program to open an abbreviated Warrnambool carnival has attracted strong nominations in six races. The May three-day carnival has been shortened this year because of COVID-19 restrictions and opens on Tuesday featuring Australia’s longest race, the Grand Annual Steeplechase. Gold Medals and Zed Em, who have shared the quinella in the past two[...]
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Crucial Warrnambool hit-out for Zed Em

Star Kiwi jumper Zed Em heads to Warrnambool on Tuesday for a crucial steeplechase trial over 2800m as he looks to defend his crown in Tuesday week’s A$315,000 Grand Annual Steeplechase (5500m) at a revamped Warrnambool Carnival. The nine-year-old son of Zed was sent out $1.55 favourite for the Spencer Memorial Chase (3500m) at Pakenham[...]
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Zed Em out to defend crown

Zed Em looks to be on track to defend his crown in the Grand Annual Steeplechase (5500m) at Warrnambool next month after his eye-catching win over 2000m at Werribee on Saturday. The Patrick Payne-trained gelding struggled to keep contact with his rivals for the majority of the race, sitting as much as five lengths behind[...]
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