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It may have been plan B but nonetheless Atomic Force is now both a dual Group 1 champion and an international Group 1 champion.
He claimed that honour with his win in the Railway Stakes across the ditch on the weekend which adds to his Galaxy triumph in Sydney last autumn.
Darren Smith made no …
Jockeys in New Zealand have today launched their aggressive campaign seeking an increase in riding fees for 2012.
The first move of their industrial action is taking place during the Matamata meeting with more scheduled to follow.
Riders were offered a $3 per race increase from New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing however it was rejected by …
Graeme Rogerson likes nothing better than to pillage the riches of Australia’s main racing carnivals and after enjoying plenty of success in Brisbane his sights of turned to the Sydney and Melbourne spring.
He boasts a quality group of horses and bets of all they spread across a variety of demographics giving him good converge …
A civil war is looming in New Zealand and it will all come to a head over 1400m at Hastings this Saturday.
While there’s a contingent full of Group 1 winners in the field as far as the kiwi’s are concerned it’s already come down to a one on one showdown.
With the success surrounding …
James McDonald hasn’t quite traded in his kiwi passport for the Australian coat of arms but his involvement in stakes racing over here is only going to increase.
He’s become a feature of recent Sydney meetings and his relationship with the John O’Shea stable continues to go from strength to strength.
He’s still in the …
He’s the latest kiwi to earn a ticket for the Melbourne spring racing carnival and he’ll certainly be a hard horse to miss over the next couple of months.
My Scotsgrey is a striking stayer which has recently bounced back to form with a nice win over 2100m at Te Rapa on the weekend.
They formed an unconquerable team on Australian soil earlier in the year but the combination of James McDonald and Scarlett Lady could face their first Aussie defeat when the spring carnival kicks off over the next few weeks.
It’s not any one horse which poses the biggest threat but rather a set of scales which …
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