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Dancer springs a surprise in Ireland

Alfred Nobel filly Noble Dancer sprang a 50/1 upset on debut in Ireland on Friday.

It was the second victory in as many days for the Lynward Park based sire following Chetan who bought up his fifth career win at Yarmouth on Thursday.

Noble Dancer (2f Alfred Nobel – Marianne´s Dancer…

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Red Hot winner at Belmont

Rich Red took the step up to town in his stride winning the National Jockeys Trust 2YO Hcp (1300m) at Belmont Park.

The son of Mungrup Stud sire Red Hot Choice had won at Pinjarra on July 7 and made it look even easier with a free-wheeling victory for owner-breeders…

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Thorn Dancer transfers to Boallia Farm

NZ bred stallion Thorn Dancer has a new home south of Busselton with Tracey Bannister.

Originally based at Sovereign Stud in WA, he has made the short trip to Boallia Agistment Farm.

Thorn Dancer was trained by Frank Maynard to win at Pinjarra, Belmont and Ascot and he was also runner-up,…

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Geisel Park sires strike in Victoria

All American and Foreplay have kept their Victorian strike-rates ticking over with more progressive maiden winners leading up to the Geisel Park parade this Sunday.

The former Hunter Valley stallions are shaping up for their first Sunspeed books and both have been in career-best form since arriving at Myalup earlier…

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Snippetson colt wins Silver Goblet

Widely-travelled colt Coming In Hot has given Scenic Lodge sire Snippetson more breathing space at the top of the WA 2YO premiership table.

Coming In Hot flew home to win the Silver Goblet (1100m) at Narromine on Monday in a three-way photo-finish from I’m Imogen (I Am Invincible) and Squared…

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Miss Freeze set for Saratoga

Frost Giant (USA) filly Miss Freeze scored a stunning 6 length victory first-up in the LR Lynbrook Stakes (1200m) in New York on Sunday.

She stalked the pace and pulled away in the stretch on the final day of Belmont Park’s summer meet.  “It’s tough to win a stakes race…

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Belmont double a bonus for War Chant

The Yarradale Stud team collected $131,800 in prizemoney and bonuses with a running double at Belmont’s Beaufine Stakes meeting on Saturday.

War Chant (USA) sired both winners – 2yo filly I Am Boudica & 3yo gelding Bombs Away – for Yarradale owner Ron Sayers and his racing and business partner…

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Rain doesn’t bother Military Reign

About half an hour before they lined up in Saturday’s LR Beaufine Stakes at Belmont, the rain came bucketing down.

It didn’t seem to bother Military Reign though who lived right up to her name with an explosive victory for trainer, Darren MacAuliffe, and her sire, Universal Ruler: racing away…

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My Admiration solo at Westbury Park

Promising young sire My Admiration will be a stand-alone stallion at Westbury Park in Pinjarra this season.

My Admiration is by champion sires of sires Encosta de Lago out of a three-quarter sister to Wandjina and Westbury Park owner Phil Ibbotson will catalogue his first yearlings for the 2017 Perth…

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Carbine Club honours Carter

Commercial Bloodstock (FBAA) owner Noel Carter ticked all the boxes when You’re A Rum’in bolted in at Belmont on Wednesday.

Carter paid $40,000 for You’re A Rum’in at the 2014 Inglis Melbourne Premier yearling sale and watched the promising three year-old win the race named in his honour – WA…

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