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Thursday, May 30 2019

A noticeable change in attitude is giving Hastings trainer John Bary optimism for a bold showing from Dalghar filly Cinzento in Saturday's Listed John Turkington Forestry Castletown Stakes (1200m) at Wanganui.

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Thursday, May 30 2019

Three-time Group Two winner Ocean Emperor has been retired from racing and is about to embark on a stud career.

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Thursday, May 30 2019

Cambridge trainer John Bell will head to Ellerslie on Saturday aiming to extend his winning run.

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Thursday, May 30 2019

Our Big Mike had a successful summer campaign in Australia late last year and his connections are hoping to replicate those results in the coming month.

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Thursday, May 30 2019

Three-year-old filly Medalza secured an early double for trainer Stephen Marsh at Te Rapa on Wednesday.

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Thursday, May 30 2019

Champion jockey Opie Bosson was taken to hospital with symptoms of concussion and complaining of a sore shoulder following a fall at Te Rapa on Wednesday.

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Thursday, May 30 2019

New Zealand mare Savvy Coup was the subject of widespread interest on the Gold Coast on the opening day of Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale

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Wednesday, May 29 2019

Quality stayer Gobstopper could be set for a trip across the Tasman if he performs well this weekend.

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Wednesday, May 29 2019

Young Wanganui amateur rider Luke Myers will be out to keep up his winning streak when he heads to Ellerslie on Monday.

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Wednesday, May 29 2019

Trainer Neill Ridley has a strong hand in the Gavelhouse.com (1200m) at his home track of Riccarton on Friday.

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Tuesday, May 28 2019

Cambridge Stud has closed the 2019 book for their freshman sire Roaring Lion.

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Tuesday, May 28 2019

The David and Emma Haworth-trained Red Sierra won on the undercard of the Listed Ag Challenge Stakes (1600m) last year and the five-year-old mare will be vying to add the coveted race to her resume at Wanganui on Saturday.

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Tuesday, May 28 2019

Jockey Jason Waddell is already eyeing a return to the saddle on August 1 after undergoing a successful surgery on his leg on Monday morning.

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Monday, May 27 2019

Smart Cambridge three-year-old Hypnos is set to embark on a delayed Australian campaign, but with a change of direction.

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Monday, May 27 2019

It has been quite a frustrating season for Levin trainer Sylvia Kay, having recorded a number of placings and only one win, but that all changed on Saturday when she prepared the quinella in the Trentham Gold Cup (2100m) with Sylvester and Dr Watson.

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Monday, May 27 2019

Progressive mare Inscription will head to the spelling paddock next week after completing an impressive treble of wins for Cambridge trainer Ross McCarroll.

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Sunday, May 26 2019

The Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman stable were expected to play a prominent role in Saturday’s Listed Piazza D’Oro Auckland Futurity Stakes (1400m) at Ellerslie, with five runners down to contest the two-year-old feature.

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Sunday, May 26 2019

On a day where there were several eye-catching performances, it was the victory in the last race on the card at Ellerslie by the lightly-tried Verbalizer that captured most of the attention.

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Sunday, May 26 2019

In-form New Zealand trainer Tony Pike knows all about Queensland's fickle weather but he is hoping the state's fine patch holds in the lead-up to the Group One Queensland Oaks at Doomben.

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Sunday, May 26 2019

New Zealand trainer Tony Pike's last-minute decision to run The Bostonian in the Group One Kingsford Smith Cup proved a $420,000 bonus when the gelding scored an impressive win.

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Sunday, May 26 2019

Clearview Park Stud in Timaru have announced they have secured Group One winner Jon Snow ahead of the forthcoming breeding season where he will stand for a fee of $6,000+GST.

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Saturday, May 25 2019

Underrated galloper Deerfield provided Chrissy Bambry with the biggest victory of her fledgling training career with a slick all-the-way victory in the Hanley Formula Autumn Sprint Championship Final (1200m) at Trentham.

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Thursday, May 23 2019

New Plymouth trainer Allan Sharrock could be in for a big day at Trentham on Saturday.

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Thursday, May 23 2019

Boundtobehonoured made a remarkable comeback at Counties on Thursday when taking out the NZB Insurance Pearl Series Race by 2-1/2 lengths

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Thursday, May 23 2019

Central Districts jockey Leah Hemi will sit out a decent chunk of the winter after she broke her leg at Hastings on Wednesday.

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Thursday, May 23 2019

Hawke’s Bay Racing has announced that the winner and runner-up in the Gr.2 Lisa Chittick Foxbridge Plate (1200m) at Te Rapa will be provided ballot free exemptions into the Gr.1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m) at Hastings in August.

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Thursday, May 23 2019

Simon Wilson has some unfinished business in Christchurch that he'd like to take care of in August.

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Thursday, May 23 2019

Long Jack could enhance his stocks as a Gr.1 Victoria Derby (2500m) contender with another bold performance in Saturday's Listed Piazza D'Oro Auckland Futurity Stakes (1400m) at Ellerslie.

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Thursday, May 23 2019

Balcairn trainers John and Karen Parsons are taking a team of ten horses to Friday’s Wingatui meeting, headed by Shezatoucha and Kiwi Ida, who will step out in open handicaps over staying and sprint distances respectively.

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Thursday, May 23 2019

Rave reviews and full fields have been music to the ears of Bryce Mildon, the track manager at Pukekohe Park.

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Wednesday, May 22 2019

Cambridge trainer Tony Pike might be enjoying a purple patch across the Tasman, but on Wednesday he unearthed a filly on the home-front that looks destined to go to the upper grades.

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Wednesday, May 22 2019

Last start Group Three winner Vigor Winner will be vying for more stakes success when he tackles the Gr.3 Fred Best Classic (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

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Tuesday, May 21 2019

Trainer Stephen Marsh is Melbourne-bound in search of a golden ticket.

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Tuesday, May 21 2019

Cambridge Stud principals Brendan and Jo Lindsay have had a fantastic run with the progeny of their foundation mare J’Adane and they are hoping that will continue when Avadane contests the Listed Piazza D’Oro Auckland Futurity Stakes (1400m) at Ellerslie on Saturday.

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Tuesday, May 21 2019

Three-year-old colt Keep On Fly continued a stellar run for Windsor Park Stud stallion Rip Van Winkle, producing a powerful run from the rear of the field to win the 136th running of the Italian Derby in Rome at the weekend. 

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Tuesday, May 21 2019

Star New Zealand jumps jockey turned trainer, Craig Thornton, is relishing his time in China.

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Tuesday, May 21 2019

Talented O’Reilly mare Campari will continue her preparation aimed towards the Listed The Ultimate Ford and Mazda Tauranga Classic (1400m) next month when she contests the Race Images 1400m at Ellerslie on Saturday. 

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Tuesday, May 21 2019

Roger James is keen to welcome Sherrif back into his stable after the talented Cambridge galloper underwent a knee operation late last year.

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Tuesday, May 21 2019

The Listed James Bull Rangitikei Gold Cup (1600m) carries the name of one icon of the Hunterville community, and on Saturday it was won by another.

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Tuesday, May 21 2019

The 2018/19 season will live long in the memory of leading New Zealand jockey Opie Bosson.

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Monday, May 20 2019

The Patsy Riley-trained Lilly Thunder made it back-to-back victories at Te Rapa on Saturday when winning over 1400m in Rating 72 company at Te Rapa on Saturday.

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Monday, May 20 2019

Talented jumper Iffitel extended her impressive hurdles record to three wins from four starts on Saturday when taking out the Waikato Hurdles (3200m) at Te Rapa.

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Monday, May 20 2019

An impressive debut jumps win for Woodsman at Te Rapa on Saturday marked the first leg of a special double for rider Michael Roustoby and his twin brother, Adam.

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Sunday, May 19 2019

It might be a quieter time on the racing front for Roger James and Robert Wellwood, but there’s plenty of interest for their Cambridge stable this week.

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Sunday, May 19 2019

Topweight Tai Ho gave his rivals weight and a beating when he took out the time-honoured DT Kings Transport Ltd 112th Great Western Steeplechase (3900m) at Riverton on Sunday.

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Sunday, May 19 2019

An exhibition gallop at the Gold Coast on Saturday by Gr.1 Queensland Derby (2400m) candidate Lord Arthur has Cambridge trainer Murray Baker pleased with his progress as he gets set for the Brisbane Group One feature next month.

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Sunday, May 19 2019

As far as dress rehearsals go, you don’t get much better than the performance free-going stayer Big Mike put on at Te Rapa on Saturday.

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Sunday, May 19 2019

Promising mare Hinerangi added another stakes victory to the record haul of trainers Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman when she took out the Listed James Bull Rangitikei Gold Cup (1600m) at Awapuni on Saturday.

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Saturday, May 18 2019

Topweight and race favourite Shamal added a second prestige steeplechase victory to his career record when he prevailed in a nail-biting finish to the Signature Homes Waikato Steeplechase (3900m) at Te Rapa.

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Saturday, May 18 2019

One of last season’s most promising jumpers returned to the hurdling game with a vengeance at Te Rapa on Saturday with a stunning performance to take out the Fairview Motors Waikato Hurdles (3200m).

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Friday, May 17 2019

Te Akau principal David Ellis was once again prominent at Karaka, going to $80,000 to secure Lot 77, a son of first-season sire Vadamos, at New Zealand Bloodstock’s May Sale on Friday.

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Friday, May 17 2019

Racing Minister Winston Peters has announced a repeal of the betting levy (racing totalisator duty) currently paid by the racing industry to the Crown.

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Friday, May 17 2019

Shaun Phelan will wear two hats at Te Rapa on Saturday.

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Wednesday, May 15 2019

New Zealand Bloodstock’s 2019 Karaka May Sale is set to showcase stallions at opposite ends of their careers.

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Wednesday, May 15 2019

Mapperley Stud has added Snitzel’s Group One winning son, Summer Passage, to their five-strong stallion roster ahead of the 2019 breeding season, where he will stand for a fee of $8,000+GST.

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Wednesday, May 15 2019

Two-year-old filly Familia continued the good run of form of horses owned by Cambridge Stud proprietors Brendan and Jo Lindsay when successful at Ruakaka on Wednesday in the Sunline – Vale Trevor McKee Maiden 2YO (1000m).

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Wednesday, May 15 2019

Debut performer Carrera To The Max ensured travel expenses for a visit to Queensland were more than covered when successful in an A$25,000 1000m maiden at the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday.

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Wednesday, May 15 2019

The Tony Pike-trained Intrigue added some all-important prizemoney to her career earnings when successful at the Sunshine Coast over 2200m on Wednesday, stepping back in grade after finishing seventh in the Listed Gold Coast Bracelet (1800m) on an unsuitable heavy track.

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Wednesday, May 15 2019

Lady Bethany, who raced in New Zealand as Bethany, showed her potential when racing away to a comfortable 10 length victory over 1400m at Murray Bridge on Wednesday.

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Wednesday, May 15 2019

Taranaki trainer John Wheeler believes he has another exciting juvenile by Grangewilliam Stud stallion Zed on his hands, with the athletic prowess to mirror his star-studded ownership, which includes All Black first five-eighth Beauden Barrett.

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Wednesday, May 15 2019

Legendary expat-Kiwi jockey Brent Thomson, affectionately known as The Babe, has been inducted into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame.

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Tuesday, May 14 2019

After a pleasing first season at stud, exciting young stallion War Decree will return to Inglewood Stud in 2019 where he will stand at an unchanged fee of $6,500+GST.

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Tuesday, May 14 2019

Cambridge trainer Tony Pike experienced Group One success with The Bostonian in the Doomben 10,000 (1200m) on Saturday and less than 24 hours later stablemate Simply Sacred continued Pike’s winning ways when taking out her 1685m Ipswich assignment by three lengths.

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Tuesday, May 14 2019

Cambridge Stud has recognised the wider industry’s move to provide support to breeders, with the announcement of their 2019 stud fees.

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Tuesday, May 14 2019

Jumping just may have resurrected the career of talented stayer Gobstopper.

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Tuesday, May 14 2019

Jason Waddell plans to be back in raceday action for the beginning of the new season as he awaits surgery on his right leg.

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Monday, May 13 2019

Multiple stakes winner Passing Shot has been retired.

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Monday, May 13 2019

Plans are underway to have Jackfrost, last year’s top hurdler, in Melbourne for a possible tilt at a couple of the feature steeplechases.

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Sunday, May 12 2019

Ardmore trainer Nick Bishara’s year just keeps on getting better after promising stayer Verry Flash returned to winning form with a victory at Rotorua on the weekend.

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Sunday, May 12 2019

Trainer Tony Pike had a feeling his class sprinter, The Bostonian, was in the sort of form to run the race of his life in Saturday’s Gr.1 Doomben 10,000 (1200m).

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Saturday, May 11 2019

First-up specialist The Bostonian maintained his unbeaten Queensland record and caused a big upset when he won the Gr.1 Doomben 10,000 1200m) on Saturday.

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Saturday, May 11 2019

Consistent mare Sleeping Beauty finally got the major race win she deserved when she took out the Gr.3 ISCL Rotorua Stakes (1400m) on Saturday.

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Saturday, May 11 2019

Rugged stayer Zacada turned some below par form around when he out-toughed his rivals carrying 60kgs to take out the Gr.3 Campbell Infrastructure Rotorua Cup (2200m).

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Saturday, May 11 2019

Te Awamutu visitor Catalyst showed his true worth when he destroyed his two-year-old rivals in the first race at New Plymouth on Saturday.

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Saturday, May 11 2019

Waikato Stud is thrilled to be the winner of two major categories at the prestigious Pride in Print Awards last weekend.

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Friday, May 10 2019

Cambridge trainer Tony Pike has had to farewell two talented gallopers in the last week.

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Friday, May 10 2019

Cambridge trainer Tony Pike has taken a seven-strong team to Queensland to tackle the rich spoils on offer in the sunshine state over the coming months.

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Friday, May 10 2019

Aimee Tyler is loving her first season training in partnership with her father Kelvin.

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Friday, May 10 2019

Te Akau trainer Jamie Richards will take just the one runner to Arawa Park on Saturday, but that just may be enough to add another stakes win to his burgeoning tally this season.

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Thursday, May 09 2019

The Kevin Gray-trained Piriaka cleared maiden company on Thursday when running down short-priced favourite Lincoln Hanover to win the Merrylees Hotel 1200 at Woodville.

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Thursday, May 09 2019

One of New Zealand’s most exciting gallopers is back in work after his season was cut short through soreness issues late last year.

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Thursday, May 09 2019

New Plymouth trainer Allan Sharrock has plenty of talent to unleash on his home track on Saturday, among the highlights the return of stakes performers Art Deco and Tutta La Classe.

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Thursday, May 09 2019

Andrew Forsman doesn't have the same cricketing claim to fame as his training partner Murray Baker but he revealed he did rack up a couple of centuries as a schoolboy batsman at Te Awamutu College.

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Wednesday, May 08 2019

Prominent jumps jockey Shaun Fannin has no doubt Duffers Creek could be the horse to provide him with further highlights.

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Wednesday, May 08 2019

Karaka trainer Lance Noble scored the perfect result at Matamata on Wednesday, taking two horses south for the Waikato club’s meeting and recording victories with both.

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Monday, May 06 2019

Former Haunui Farm stallion Showcasing has taken his standing as a sire of winning two-year-olds in New Zealand to a possible record level.

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Sunday, May 05 2019

Prominent Australian jockey Blake Shinn has been confirmed to ride promising Cambridge three-year-old Vigor Winner when he competes at Eagle Farm later this month.

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Sunday, May 05 2019

It wasn’t hard to know how race three at Riccarton was unfolding on Saturday afternoon, you just had to listen to the roars of the large group on-course to support race favourite Morweka.

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Sunday, May 05 2019

Talented filly Burgundy Belle made it three wins from five starts when successful in the Crown Prosecutor Cup (1400m) at Trentham on Sunday, providing Te Akau trainer Jamie Richards with his 92nd win of the season.

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Sunday, May 05 2019

Lightly raced three-year-old Ignored produced one of the day’s highlights when she overcame a tardy start to win against the older horses at Te Rapa on Saturday.

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Sunday, May 05 2019

Last year’s Grand National Steeplechase (5500m) winner, Shamal, looks like he is right on track to add another coveted jumping prize to his locker after he took out the Ken & Roger Browne Memorial Steeplechase (3900m) at Te Rapa on Saturday.

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Saturday, May 04 2019

Elusive City died of a heart attack at Haras d'Etreham on Thursday at the age of 19

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Saturday, May 04 2019

Well-travelled galloper He Kin Fly continued his recent purple patch of form when he notched his fourth win on end when taking out the Listed Daphne Bannan Memorial Great Easter Stakes (1400m) at Riccarton.

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Saturday, May 04 2019

Consistent filly Rainbow Dash added further valuable black-type to her outstanding two-year-old campaign with a gritty victory in the Listed Waikato Equine Veterinary Centre 2YO Stakes (1100m) at Te Rapa.

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Friday, May 03 2019

Te Akau trainer Jamie Richards will line-up juveniles Folk Dress and Louis Luck in the Listed Waikato Equine Vet Centre 2YO Stakes (1100m) at Te Rapa on Saturday.

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Friday, May 03 2019

The Schick family’s Windsor Park Stud, in Cambridge, has announced the stud fees for its seven-strong stallion roster headed by triple Group One winner Charm Spirit at $18,000+GST.

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Friday, May 03 2019

A campaign in Queensland will be considered for impressive Pukekohe winner Nerve Not Verve after the daughter of Shocking raced away with the Haunui Farm Maiden (2100m) on Friday.

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Friday, May 03 2019

Disturbance will step up to a distance past 1200m for just the second time this season when he tackles Saturday's Listed Daphne Bannon Memorial Great Easter Stakes (1400m) at Riccarton.

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Friday, May 03 2019

Pukekohe trainer Nigel Tiley has experienced plenty of success in Queensland over the last few years and he is returning to the Sunshine State in a bid to collect some more winter spoils.

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Thursday, May 02 2019

Multiple stakes-winning filly Melt has returned to the Pukekohe stable of Nigel Tiley after a disappointing stint with leading Sydney trainer Chris Waller.

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Thursday, May 02 2019

Cambridge stud farm The Oaks Stud have left their stallion service fees unchanged heading into the 2019 breeding season.

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Thursday, May 02 2019

Rich Hill stands four exciting young stallions for 2019, each bringing the best of international bloodlines and top class race performance.

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Thursday, May 02 2019

Auckland trainer Stephen McKee has given rise to Consensus' chances in Saturday's Gr.2 A D Hollindale Stakes (1800m) at the Gold Coast, describing her condition as much superior to how she fronted for last year's race.

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Thursday, May 02 2019

Cambridge trainer Tony Pike is keen to run stakes performers Intrigue and Indecision at the Gold Coast on Saturday, but there is little room for error in terms of the travel arrangements.

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Wednesday, May 01 2019

Trainer Jenna Mahoney has been successfully juggling sporthorses and racehorses for more than a decade but she admits the racing side of her business, Cypress Point Stables, is taking priority now.

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Wednesday, May 01 2019

After nearly a year off the racing scene Rock On Wood is shaping into a very progressive racehorse.

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Wednesday, May 01 2019

Cambridge trainers Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman are likely to have a small, but select team of two target the Queensland carnival, with progressive three-year-olds Lord Arthur and Bobby Dee on a path towards the Gr.1 Queensland Derby (2400m) at Eagle Farm on June 8.

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