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    Oamaru selections for Wednesday 19/6/19 (By John Jenkins) Race 1 2 Moyrabella 7 Wize Act 1 Raise You Ten 3 Zawhip Race 2 1 Foggy Lyttle 5 Ophelia Rose 3 To Sir With Love 6 Arnage Race 3 3 Londonderry Air 5 Lady Bealey 1 Come Fly With Me 6 Princess El Jay Race 4 […]View the full article
  2. Following his victory in the Listed Grand Cup (1m5¾f) at York on Saturday, trainer Ian Williams will now aim Gold Mount at the Group 1 Melbourne Cup (3200m) in November. Having started his career in Britain with Alan King, the Excellent Art gelding was moved to Hong Kong, first with Tony Cruz and then Richard […]View the full article
  3. The hearing of Victorian trainer Jarrod McLean’s racing charges for possessing a banned electric shock device has been adjourned until September. McLean, who was disqualified trainer Darren Weir’s assistant, faced the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board in Melbourne yesterday. But his barrister Patrick Wheelahan immediately said he wanted the case heard behind closed doors. Asked […]View the full article
  4. Star sprinter Santa Ana Lane’s build-up to another crack at The Everest (1200m) is about to begin, with connections looking to make amends for his unplaced run in last year’s contest. The multiple-Group 1 winner was dominant in winning the TJ Smith Stakes (1200m) in April at Randwick before heading to Hong Kong where he […]View the full article
  5. Princess Posh is reported to have done well since her late scratching from the Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) and will make her fourth outing in Group 1 company on Saturday. The Kris Lees-trained mare was considered a top lightweight hope in the Stradbroke after her second to The Bostonian in the Group 1 Kingsford-Smith […]View the full article
  6. Chris Waller has made five nominations for the Group 1 Tattersall’s Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday as he tries to secure his 18th Group 1 success of the season in the final top tier contest of the season. Waller has already saddled a record-breaking 17 Group 1 winners this season, headlined by Winx’s […] View the full article
  7. (By John Jenkins) Impressive last start winner Smokin’ Oak turned in a good solo gallop in what was a reasonably quiet Hastings trackwork session this morning. Fast work was confined to the plough, which provided good footing. Smokin’ Oak was one of eight horses trainer John Bary brought into the track to work and he […] View the full article
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  11. Former New Zealand-trained Not Usual Talent scored an impressive win over 1600m at Hong Kong on Sunday. The Zacinto four-year-old, formerly trained at Cambridge by Stephen Marsh, tore down the home straight for a cosy win in the Class 2 Staunton Handicap, upstaging his rivals which included former Australian Group 1 performer Thinkin’ Big. The […]View the full article
  12. Crown Prosecutor will spearhead a team of horses Cambridge trainer Stephen Mash intends basing at Ruakaka over the winter months. “I’ll be sending horses up there at the start of July to get through the winter,” Marsh said. “At this stage I haven’t finalised them all, but Crown Prosecutor and Santa Catarina will be two […]View the full article
  13. Talented Matamata apprentice jockey Jasmine Fawcett is expected to be sidelined for the rest of this season after suffering a broken wrist when falling from Gingee in race four at Te Awamutu on Sunday. Gingee knuckled over and fell with 800m to run in the 2000m event but the horse luckily escaped with only minor […]View the full article
  14. Following the abandonment of Sunday’s meeting at Te Awamutu NZTR advises that the Waipa RC will bring forward planned remedial work on the track. NZTR held extensive discussions with the club officials and the RIU, while an inspection of the track was done following the fall by Gingee, ridden by Jasmine Fawcett, in race four […]View the full article
  15. Australian jockey Kerrin McEvoy, who is currently booked for 14 rides over the first four days at Royal Ascot, secured his first winner in Britain this year when steering the Charlie Appleby-trained Sacred Dance to victory in a fillies’ novice stakes (7f) at Doncaster yesterday. The promising juvenile scooted two lengths clear in the closing […]View the full article