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Doesn't look to be all that much speed in this and it's a fairly even bunch. Liked the way LIVING THE DREAM let down when finally in the clear at The Valley and she won with ease. Should get all the favours from gate 1 and if she can find that acc...learn more
HALVORSEN produced an exciting last 200m to win this track/distance last start. He'll be powering over them late again. SUPERHARD usually progresses from a first-up run and thought he was good late at Ballarat. Include in chances. MYSTYKO has been...learn more
Going to give O'TAUTO another chance. He hasn't been all that far off them in his races this prep without threatening. Another who'll appreciate being back at Flemington. TALENTI is the up-and-comer. He's won both his starts impressively in Austra...learn more
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The Magic Millions carnival is just under a month in the future. The 2YO Classic gets the most attention. Every Rose is the juvenile that has captured the attention and her trainer Mark Newnham describes the filly as a “Ready-made two-year-old.” As of this moment, the Choisir sired filly from Couredge has never been bettered and has a Group 3 win in the Gimcrack Stakes over 1000 metres at Randwick. Other Learn more
It has been well past a month since Sydney’s Randwick racecourse offered any Group level racing. The beautiful turf might be ideal for a cricket fixture, accounting for the spell the track has had. Then again, were we owners of Thoroughbreds, we might be abandoning the Group 2 Villiers Stakes (1600 m, open handicap) on Saturday, preferring not to expose our valuable gallopers to any degree of smoke inhalation. Learn more
Someone, make that multiple someones, said you can never be too rich or too thin, which proved to be apropos in Saturday’s Group 1 Kingston Town Classic (1800 m, w.f.a.) at Ascot racecourse in Perth. A three-year old filly name of Kay Cee took the race and was doubtless boosted from running at 50 kg. The jockey, Steve Parnham, works for his dad, Kay Cee trainer Neville Parnham. Kay Cee won in good fashion Learn more