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Tuesday, May 25 2021

Marilyn Paewai starts to lick her lips when she sees a Heavy11 track come up for her mare Rosewood (NZ) (Redwood).

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Tuesday, May 25 2021

Opie Bosson knows the time is right for Melody Belle (NZ) (Commands) to stop racing. But it didn’t mean he wasn’t affected by it.

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Sunday, May 23 2021

A dominant display by promising three-year-old Francesca (NZ) (Iffraaj) at Te Rapa on Saturday continued a run of success for trainer Murray Baker and longtime stable client Greg McCarthy.

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Sunday, May 23 2021

Jockey Michael McNab brought up a winning treble at Te Rapa on Saturday when he guided the Stephen Marsh-trained Run To Perfection (Sepoy) to a comfortable five-length victory in the open 1400m event.

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Sunday, May 23 2021

Curraghmore Stud principal Gordon Cunningham continued his good form with Mike Moroney and Pam Gerard’s Ballymore Stables when Tevere (NZ) (Contributer) broke her maiden status at just her second start when storming clear to win over 1200m at Te Rapa.

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Thursday, September 10 2020

Bronte Beach (NZ) (Reliable Man) can make it back-to-back Riccarton wins on Saturday, according to New Zealand’s leading apprentice Kozzi Asano.

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Thursday, September 10 2020

It’s been a frustrating last few months for top jumps jockey Shaun Phelan, but the end to his injury enforced layoff is near.

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Thursday, September 10 2020

Pukekohe trainer Richard Collett will saddle two solid chances at Ellerslie on Saturday, with My Callisto (NZ) (Rock ‘n’ Pop) to contest the Dunstan Feeds 2100, while four-year-old mare Sweet Clementine (NZ) (Sweet Orange) will tackle a strong field in the JRA Trophy (1400m).

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Wednesday, September 09 2020

The Gr.1 Melbourne Cup (3200m) dream is still alive for Group One-winning stayer Glory Days (NZ) (Red Giant) and her connections.

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