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Somewhere in Melbourne today there will be a business lunch that will make all other business lunches look insignificant.
It is a lunch that when concluded will have decided upon the campaign route for Australia’s greatest racehorse, Black Caviar.
Just about anybody with any association with Black Caviar will have their views expressed during the …
Craig Williams has once again shown class knows no borders with a sensational victory in Japan.
In what can be attributed to both a change in luck and greater opportunity, Williams has transferred the sensational form he displayed in Australia across Asia in some of the regions biggest events.
His latest triumph came at Nakayama …
It was a tough time for Luke Nolen in Japan over the weekend but for Corey Brown things went exactly to plan in Mauritius.
The two may have been half a world away from Australia, and half a world away from each other, but they had plenty of attention from punters both here and abroad.…
The 2012 Global Sprint Challenge will extend to a series of 10 races with the addition of Dubai Golden Shaheen (1200m) at Meydan in Dubai in March.
The inclusion extends the series to a sixth country with the Australia conducting the first and last leg.
The 2012 Group 1 Lightning Stakes (1000m) at Flemington on …
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- Cox Plate
- Caulfield Cup
- Peter Moody
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- Peter Snowden
- Damien Oliver
- Caulfield Guineas
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- James McDonald
- Blue Diamond Stakes
- Darren Weir
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