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					                               AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
  ANZ BLOODSTOCK NEWS
   Wednesday, March 23rd 2011                                                                  www.anzbloodstocknews.com

RIVALS LINING UP UNDER LIGHTS                                                                    PEACE TO RETURN TO NZ
                                                                                                 Trainer Shaun Ritchie yesterday advised

FOR BLACK CAVIAR                                                                                 Racing NSW Stewards that following
                                                                                                 Keep The Peace’s (Keeper) disappointing
                                                                                                 performance in the Ranvet Stakes (Gr
Can the daughter of Bel Esprit make it 11 from 11?                                               1, 2000m) at Rosehill last Saturday, the
                                                                                                 mare will not contest The BMW (Gr 1,
                                                                                                 2400m) at Rosehill on Saturday 2 April
                                                Harry (Magic Albert) and Panipique (Testa        and will instead return home to New
                                                Rossa).                                          Zealand.

                                                                                                 McEVOY MISSING
                                                Crystal Lily (Stratum), a last start runner-     Kerrin McEvoy will not ride at Warwick
                                                up to Black Caviar in the Newmarket              Farm on Wednesday due to minor injuries
                                                Handicap (Gr 1, 1200m), is one of                sustained in a trackwork fall on Tuesday
                                                several horses with dual nominations this        morning.
                                                weekend, and the Golden Slipper (Gr 1,
                                                                                                 14 IN WA OAKS
                                                1200m) winner worked strongly on the             14 fillies have accepted for this Saturday’s
                                                course proper at Flemington on Tuesday           $250,000 Western Australian Oaks (Gr
                                                morning.                                         3, 2400m) at Ascot. The Grant Williams-
                                                                                                 trained Dreamaway (More Than Ready),
                                                                                                 last start winner of the Natasha Stakes
                                                Crystal Lily also holds an entry in              (Listed, 2200m), drew favourably in
                                                Saturday’s Robert Sangster Stakes (Gr 1,         seven and has been installed the $1.60
                                                1200m) at Morphettville, but is more likely      favourite with TAB Sportsbet.
                                                to stay at home and tackle Black Caviar
                                                                                                 KADYROV PURCHASE
                                                again, despite being worse off under             Chechen president Ramzan Kadyrov,
                                                the weight-for-age scale of Friday night’s       who purchased American Graded winner
                                                race as opposed to last time out in the          Sweet Ducky (Pulpit) to race in the UAE
 Black Caviar                          ANZ
                                                                                                 Derby (Gr 2, 1900m), is attempting to
                                                Newmarket under handicap conditions.
                                                                                                 complete a deal to buy Dubai World
                                                                                                 Cup (Gr 1, 2000m) contender Gitano
                                                Connections have until 9am this morning          Hernando (Hernando) from Team Valor
Despite her burgeoning reputation, fear         to accept in the race with Black Caviar          and Gary Barber, according to The Blood
                                                                                                 Horse.
of defeat has not stopped the trainers          looking to extend her winning streak to 11.
of 14 horses nominating to tackle Black                                                          NEW AGENCY FORMED
Caviar (Bel Esprit) in this Friday night’s      Friday night also sees the running of the        Alastair Donald and Ed Sackville
$500,000 William Reid Stakes (Gr 1,             $200,000 Sunline Stakes (Gr 2, 1600m).           announced yesterday that they are
1200m). Indeed, Black Caviar is just one        This contest for mares has attracted 28          leaving Lillingston Bloodstock to create
                                                                                                 a new bloodstock agency called Sackville
of five entries from the stable of Victoria’s   entries including imported mare Becqu            Donald. The pair will still be based in
premier trainer, Peter Moody.                   Adoree (Nombre Premier) who is set to            Hungerford in the UK and will continue to
                                                debut for Moody.                                 work in association with Luke Lillingston
Second prize in the William Reid is                                                              and Lincoln Collins of Kern Lillingston.
$90,000 and third is $45,000 with               The five-year-old mare is a Listed winner        Donald, commenting on the new
prizemoney paid down to the eighth placed       over 2400 metres in France and was               association, said: “We have both
                                                                                                 thoroughly enjoyed working for Luke and
horse who will receive $10,000.                 trained by Luca Cumani in England during         look forward to enjoying further success
                                                2010 for Terry Henderson’s OTI Racing.           together. After my 11 years and Ed’s rapid
Joining her among the entries for the final     On her only start in Australia last year,        rise, we felt it was a natural progression
Group 1 of the 2010-11 racing season in         Becqu Adoree finished seventh of 13              to set up our own agency. With me
                                                                                                 specialising in proven horses and Ed
Victoria are stablemates Avenue (Anabaa),       behind Ginga Dude (Istidaad) in the David        covering yearlings and breeding stock we
Hinchinbrook (Fastnet Rock), Master             Jones Cup (Gr 3, 2000m) for Cumani. The          can offer our clients a full service”.




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             INDIVIDUAL                    More Than Ready
             STAKES                        Southern Halo – Woodman’s Girl (by Woodman)

             WINNERS
             ALREADY




      Call Adam White, Conor Phelan or Peter Orton
      on 02 6543 8333 or visit www.vinery.com.au


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                                                             RACING NEWS
                         OWNERS CALL ON FEE INCREASE TO RESOLVE JOCKEY ISSUE

Queensland Racehorse Owners’ Association (QROA) issued a                                            “We have been strongly lobbying Racing Queensland to secure
statement yesterday strongly supporting the offer put forward by                                    prizemoney increases. If we can increase prizemoney then jockeys
Racing Queensland to the jockeys in the latest round of riding fee                                  and also trainers will benefit,” Morgan says. “If the jockeys keep
negotiations on Monday.                                                                             pushing on riding fees, our task of getting better prizemoney for
                                                                                                    all stakeholders will just get harder and harder.”
“The QROA believes the offer put forward by Racing Queensland
yesterday is fair and reasonable in what is a challenging time for                                  The QROA also urges jockeys to avoid further potential strike
the industry,” QROA president Grant Morgan said in a statement.                                     action at all costs.
“It would be particularly disappointing if the jockeys don’t accept
the current offer.”                                                                                 “It would totally enrage owners and their trainers if the jockeys
                                                                                                    knock this back and go out on strike. Strike action just penalises
Mondays offer from Racing Queensland featured an increase in                                        the people who support jockeys week in and week out – owners
riding fees from the current $147 per ride to $160 from 1 July                                      and trainers,” said Morgan.
2011, $165 from 1 January 2012 and $170 from 1 July 2012,
with no further review until March 2013. Jockeys would also
benefit with an increase to the barrier trial fee from 30 per cent to
35 per cent of the riding fee from 1 July 2011.

The new level would see Queensland jockeys ranked as the
highest paid in the nation in relation to their 7.98 per cent share
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The QROA fears any further pressure on riding fees will cripple
current talks on prizemoney increases.




                                                                                                                Aloha (ENCOSTA DE LAGO)
                                                                                                                      1st ATC Coolmore Classic-Gr.1
                                                                                                               Smart Missile (FASTNET ROCK)
                                                                                                                      1st ATC Todman Stakes-Gr.2
                                                                                                               Foxwedge (FASTNET ROCK)
                                                                                                                     3rd ATC Todman Stakes-Gr.2
                                                                                                               Golden Archer (ROCK OF GIBRALTAR
                                                                                                                                                     )
                                                                                                                     1st MVRC St Albans Stakes-L.R.
                                                                                                               Atomic Force (DANEHILL DANCER)
                                                                                                                     1st ATC Maurice McCarten Stakes-L.R.
                                                                                                              Descarado (HIGH CHAPARRAL)
                                                                                                                    2nd ATC Ranvet Stakes-Gr.1
                                                                                                              Let Me Handle It (HIGH CHAPARRAL)
                                                                                                                    3rd Hong Kong Derby-Gr.1
                                                                                                              Fast And Sexy (FASTNET ROCK)
                                                                                                                    3rd ATC Reisling Stakes-Gr.2


      Gr.1 winner Aloha is the latest top performer
      for Encosta de Lago out of a Danehill mare.
      Others include the top 2yo One Last Dance.
    Michael Kirwan, Tom Magnier, Peter O’Brien, Colm Santry, Shane McGrath, Sebastian Hutch, Frank Flannery or Jonathan Crowley Tel: 02 6576 4200. New Zealand: Gordon Calder Tel:+64 218 41612.
                                                                                     www.coolmore.com



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                                       INDUSTRY NEWS
                                      WERRIBEE MEETINGS TRANSFERRED

Racing Victoria (RV) on Tuesday announced that it will transfer the   The following meetings will be transferred to alternate tracks, to
next four race meetings from Werribee to allow the venue’s new        be confirmed later this week;
racing surface further time to consolidate.
                                                                      • Saturday 2 April
The second meeting on the newly constructed track was held last       • Monday 2 May
Friday, highlighted by the Werribee Cup (Listed, 2630m), but the      • Wednesday 1 June
small fields highlighted trainers’ concern with a surface that was    • Sunday 17 July
seen to be sandy and loose.
                                                                      The track will be reopened from August / September for the
“We have made the decision to transfer Werribee’s remaining           visiting horses stabled at the Werribee International Horse Centre
meetings this season in the long term best interests of the           to utilise during their preparations for the 2011 Spring Racing
track,” RV Chief Executive, Rob Hines, said in a statement. “It       Carnival. The next race meeting is scheduled for Saturday 10
is a juvenile track that is taking time to consolidate due to the     December.
unseasonal weather experienced during summer which has
significantly impacted on its growth patterns.
                                                                      RICCARTON GRANDSTAND
“With the likelihood of further inclement weather during the coming   CLEARED FOR USE
months, we have made a proactive decision now to protect the
surface and allow it to reach its full potential.                     The Grand National Stand, or Public Grandstand as it was originally
                                                                      known, at the Riccarton Park Racecourse has been confirmed
“We sought feedback from jockeys, trainers and stewards after         as safe for use. An inspection by Maxim7 Limited engineers on
last Friday’s Cup meeting before reaching today’s decision.           Tuesday morning resulted in a ‘Green Sticker’ being issued for
The Victorian Jockeys’ Association and Australian Trainers’           the building.
Association are supportive of the decision given the long-term
benefits it will have for racing at Werribee.                         The Club Grandstand, Members Grandstand and VetEquine Clinic
                                                                      had all previously received a ‘Green Sticker’ on 26 February prior
“We are confident that this decision will allow the track the         to the race meeting held on Thursday 10 March. The next race
appropriate time to consolidate and that racing will return to        meeting at Riccarton Park is to be held by Canterbury Racing–
Werribee later this year on a first-class surface.”                   Hororata this coming Saturday 26 March.




                                                       MACAU
                                           ST PETER’S READY FOR DERBY
New Zealand-bred St Peter’s Gift (St Petersburg) stamped himself
as a firm favourite for the Derby (Gr 1, 1800m) with a dominating
win in the Macau Derby Trial (Gr 3, 1500m) at Taipa last Saturday,
writes Harry Troy.

Ridden by Peter Ho, St Peter’s Gift was always in command of the
race after being sent to the front soon after the start, and gave
nothing else a chance once heads were turned for home. Runner-
up Golden Gunner (Black Minnaloushe) produced an improved
effort to run second, with the English import Weathervane (Red
Ransom) turning in a great run from a Derby viewpoint to fly home
for third.

Trainer Joe Lau had made mention in a pre-race interview that St
Peter’s Gift had more to offer and was not really focused in his       St Peter’s Gift                                          MACAU JC
two runs leading up to the Derby Trial, so the addition of blinkers
really sharpened up the son of St Petersburg.

“His form has been good with a second in a Group Two and a third      “I told Peter (Ho) to take him straight to the front, which was the
in Group One, but I just felt that when he hit the front in those     plan after watching the first couple of races as leaders were hard
races he was not concentrating fully on getting to the line.          to catch and the rail was the place to be.”

“He wanted to go a bit keen today but the blinkers really did the     Never one to overtax his horses, Lau announced that St Peter’s
job and he went to the line well,” Lau said.                          Gift would go into the Derby without the aid of another run.

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“He’s raced well in the past with some space between his runs so       Moore said. “To come back from such a horrific fall where he ended
the three weeks is ideal.”                                             up going over the fence and to see him do this today is fantastic.”

Classy sprinter Viva Pronto (Catcher In The Rye) has bounced           Moore announced after the win that the Macau–Hong Kong Trophy
back from a shocking race fall to score one of the easiest wins        (Gr 1, 1400m) on 10 April will be the five-year-old’s next mission.
seen at the Taipa track in a long while when he bolted in to win
the ATV Cup (1200 m).                                                  “We won the Hong Kong–Macau Trophy last year at Sha Tin so
                                                                       that’s my plan now that he has come back so well.
Ridden by Fausto Durso, Viva Pronto led pretty much from the
outset and at one stage inside the two hundred must have been          “I had a close look at him after the run and he is nice and tight
ten lengths ahead of his rivals before being wound down to win by      and the best shape I’ve ever had him in so he will go straight into
over six lengths from Super Alloy (Kheleyf), with Goldson (Exceed      the race.”
And Excel) back in third.
                                                                       Moore also hinted that this may well be the last preparation for
Australian-bred Viva Pronto had not raced since 11 February when       the entire.
he came to grief after somersaulting over the fallen Simshan
Native (Fasliyev), who had sadly broken down in a Class 1 contest      “I will be advising Dr (Stanley) Ho to retire him and hopefully we
on the sand surface.                                                   can find some nice place in Queensland to stand him at. He is
                                                                       a magnificent looking horse, a Group winner in Hong Kong and a
Gary Moore was a relieved trainer after the win. “He could not have    dual Group winner here in Macau and has won 10 races and over
been more impressive then that, he just won with so much authority,”   $6 million in prizemoney.”




                                                STUD NEWS
                                       ZARKAVA’S COLT BY SEA THE STARS
HH The Aga Khan Studs has released the first photograph of the
colt foal from the first crop of Sea The Stars (Cape Cross) and out
of the unbeaten Zarkava (Zamindar).

The colt, her second foal following a filly by Dalakhani (Darshaan),
is another result of a union of two Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (Gr
1, 2400m) winners and was born at the Haras de Bonneval in
Normandy on February 11.

Zarkava is booked to visit Galileo.




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                                                                         Zarkava with her Sea the Stars colt       HH THE AGA KHAN’S STUDS




                                                          DUBAI
       MOORE EAGER TO SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT IN DUBAI GOLDEN SHAHEEN
Hong Kong trainer John Moore feels he can finally correct the          major title in his homeland of Australia where his father, the
one omission to his glittering CV when he fields Dim Sum               legendary Hall of Fame jockey and trainer George, dominated
(Kyllachy) and Sunny King (Desert Sun) in the Dubai Golden             for decades, but Moore has also come close to winning a
Shaheen (Gr 1, 1200m) sponsored by Gulf News on Saturday               Group One on Dubai World Cup night.
evening.
                                                                       Viva Pataca (Marju), the best he has trained, ran second in the
Already the most successful trainer in the history of Hong             Dubai Sheema Classic (Gr 1, 2400m) in 2008 and One World
Kong racing (where he has won five premierships and routinely          (Danehill Dancer) finished third in the Dubai Golden Shaheen
outstrips his rivals in terms of prizemoney earned thanks to a         a year ago.
steady stream of winners at the highest level), it is somewhat
anomalous that Moore has yet to register a Group One victory           “It’s a monkey that I really need to get off my back. I’ve had
beyond his Sha Tin base.                                               several runners run very well overseas without winning and it’s
                                                                       something that I feel I am going to achieve sooner or later. I
It is no secret that he harbours a particular desire to land a         would love if it was in Dubai this weekend,” he said..

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If Moore is to realize his ambition, it would be ironic that it comes        the Mercedes-Benz Hong Kong Derby (Gr 1, 2000m) on Xtension
via either of two horses that he would not have considered                   (Xaar).
contenders for the honour at the turn of the year.
                                                                             “Darren was pretty badly bruised but he will be okay for Saturday
Seven-year-old Dim Sum and eight-year-old Sunny King, both                   night. He wants to win this race as badly as I do and it’s nice to be
imported to Hong Kong from Britain in 2006, have discovered a                going there with two decent each-way chances.”
new lease of life in recent months and are racing in career-best
form.                                                                                                                       Credit: Dubai Racing Club

Dim Sum won the important Chairman’s Sprint Prize (Gr 1,
1200m) for the second time early in February, while Sunny King
has seriously tested Beauty Flash, Hong Kong’s fancied runner in
the Dubai Duty Free (Gr 1, 1800m) , in his latest two Group One
assignments.

“I can’t really explain how or why they have reached such a level
of form at their age. Dim Sum seemed out of sorts last season
and the only thing I did was to move him to a different stable in


                                                                                 GOT NEWS?
the barn. He is now beside Viva Pataca, so maybe some of the
champ’s old magic has rubbed off on him!

“As for Sunny King, he has always been very consistent but has
somehow upped his game recently. He should be well suited to
the Tapeta surface because he won four times on the polytrack at
Lingfield, a left-handed track like Meydan, including a Listed race
over 1400m before we bought him to race in Hong Kong.”
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to-middle post positions and the likely very strong pace should
also aid their cause, particularly Sunny King who is highly proven
at up to a mile.

Moore also confirmed that his retained jockey Darren Beadman
will be able to ride Dim Sum despite suffering an injury to an ankle
in a stalls mishap last Sunday. That cost him second place in




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METROPOLITAN MEETING                                                             $6,000 Magic Millions Adelaide Yearling Sale
                                                                            2. Kyiv Storm (AUS) (5 b g Racer’s Edge (AUS) - Kyiv Magic
                                                                               (AUS)).
HOBART (TAS)                                                      Dead(4)   3. Lolly Delight (AUS) (4 b m Lago Delight (AUS) - Umatilly (AUS)).
                                                                            Margins: 2 lens, 0.2 lens. Time: 1:06.93 (last 600m 36.10).
R1: Thetote.Com.Au Mdn, $11600, 1100m.
1. DON’T TELL ALEX (AUS) (3 b f Ladoni (GB) - Echarpe (AUS)).
   T: J K Blacker J: Lee Smith
2. Go Hard Or Go Home (AUS) (3 ch f Partners Choice (USA) -
   Matane (AUS)).
3. Ace Act (NZ) (3 b f Pins (AUS) - Dramatically (AUS)).
   $22,500 New Zealand Bloodstock Premier Yearling Sale                     R8: Betfair (Bm78), $11600, 1600m.
Margins: 3.3 lens, 0.4 lens. Time: 1:08.37 (last 600m 36.68).               1. EBBING (AUS) (4 br/bl g Footstepsinthesand (GB) - Bona
                                                                               Omina (AUS)). T: G S White J: J Hamer
R2: Tatt’s Park Function Ctre Mdn, $11600, 1400m.                              $32500 Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Yearling
1. MEGARAPTOR (AUS) (4 ch g Street Cry (IRE) - Donmatilla                   2. Starsimp (AUS) (5 br m Festival Hall (IRE) - Private Star (AUS)).
   (AUS)).     T: C N Goggin J: B Mc Coull                                  3. Testasaurus (AUS) (6 ch g Testa Rossa (AUS) - Nova Clause
2. Begabretro (AUS) (3 b g Delago Brom (AUS) - Angelika (AUS)).                (AUS)).
      $16,000 Magic Millions Tasmanian Yearling Sale                        Margins: 1.3 lens, 0.8 lens. Time: 1:40.13 (last 600m 36.75).
3. Fiftyfourknots (AUS) (3 ch g Tough Speed (USA) - No Reflection
   (AUS)).
Margins: 0.8 lens, 0.2 lens. Time: 1:28.01 (last 600m 37.73).               TAB MEETINGS
R3: Tatt’s Park Function Ctre Mdn, $11600, 1400m.
1. CAPTAIN ALBERT (AUS) (4 ch g Magic Albert (AUS) - Boleyn                 ARMIDALE                                                     Dead(4)
   (AUS)).     T: Ms V Rhind J: D Pires
      $3,500 Inglis Australian Weanling Sale                                R1: Richardsons Home Hardware Mdn, $10000, 1400m.
2. Dark Rum (AUS) (4 br/bl g Ladoni (GB) - Faint Light (AUS)).              1. ARABIAN SAFARI (AUS) (b/br g 3 E Dubai (USA) - Satin Puree
3. Kyiv News (AUS) (4 b g Aristotle (IRE) - Kyiv Surprise (AUS)).              (AUS)). T: Ms J Clement J: Ms T Nikora
Margins: 2.3 lens, 1.3 lens. Time: 1:28.60 (last 600m 37.14).               Margins: 4.3 lens, 4.3 lens. Time: 1:24.75.


 Magic Albert                      1991, 16.1hh
                                                                            R2: McDonalds Thunderbolt Hcp, $12000, 1100m.
                                                                            1. CHUBBY CHIPMUNK (AUS) (br g 2 Bel Danoro (AUS) - Mollani
 Multiple Group winning Sprinter. Free of Northern Dancer blood
                                                                               (AUS)). T: Ms B Cheers J: A Chau
 YARRAMAN PARK                                                              Margins: 1.3 lens, 1.8 lens. Time: 1:05.46.

R4: Raine & Horne Plate (C1), $11600, 2100m.
1. FREE SHOUT (AUS) (4 b g Tough Speed (USA) - Montalcino
   (AUS)).   T: Ms C Crook J: D Pires
                                                                             BeL DAnoro
                                                                             Group winning, first crop son of Danehill
2. Master Joseph (AUS) (5 br g Festival Hall (IRE) - Pearlsa Rose                                                                www.vinery.com.au
   (AUS)).
3. Lovorno (AUS) (4 br h Niello (AUS) - Diamonds Forever (AUS)).            R3: Hilliers/Austral Bricks Mdn, $10000, 1100m.
Margins: 0.5 lens, 0.8 lens. Time: 2:13.54 (last 600m 38.65).               1. ARMA (AUS) (b g 4 Fine Action (AUS) - Ancient Force (AUS)).
                                                                               T: J D Shelton J: Anthony Allen
R5: Boags Premium (Bm68), $11600, 1400m.                                    Margins: 1.3 lens, 0.8 lens. Time: 1:06.10.
1. REZONING (AUS) (4 b h Reset (AUS) - Galvanized (AUS)).
   T: Ms V Rhind J: Shuji Amano                                             R4: Town & Country R.E. Hcp (C3), $10000, 1900m.
2. Charlemore (AUS) (7 b/br g King Charlemagne (USA) -                      1. THE BIG RED VEE (AUS) (ch g 3 Carry The Flag (GB) - She’s
   Donvamore (AUS)).                                                           Our Dane (AUS)). T: P J Cunningham J: Ms S Munro
3. Build A Bridge (AUS) (4 br/bl m E Dubai (USA) - Nought (AUS)).           Margins: 0.1 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 2:00.24.
Margins: 1.5 lens, 0.5 lens. Time: 1:26.79 (last 600m 36.73).
                                                                            R5: Roberts & Morrow Hcp (C3), $10000, 1100m.
R6: Autumn Hcp, $15100, 1400m.                                              1. BROOKTON TIARA (AUS) (b f 3 Beautiful Crown (USA) -
1. LOCK IT IN EDDIE (AUS) (6 ch g Blu Tusmani (USA) - Believable               Gaby’s Paddock (AUS)). T: B J Lockwood J: R Thompson
   (AUS)).   T: D & S Brunton J: M Guthrie                                  Margins: 0.3 lens, 0.2 lens. Time: 1:05.50.
2. Krakeour (AUS) (4 ch g Matsqui (AUS) - Bachi (AUS)).
3. Hexy Legs (AUS) (6 b g Youthful Legs (USA) - Witch Hunt                  R6: Omni Bellini Newmarket Hcp, $15000, 1100m.
   (AUS)).                                                                  1. KELLY (AUS) (b g 7 Shovhog (AUS) - Hot Legs (AUS)).
Margins: 7.3 lens, 0.3 lens. Time: 1:25.45 (last 600m 36.27).                  T: W Oakenfull J: Ms R Murray
                                                                            Margins: 2.5 lens, 2.5 lens. Time: 1:03.76.
R7: Think Pink On 29 May Hcp (C1), $11600, 1100m.
1. DASH FOR MAGIC (AUS) (3 b g Dash For Cash (AUS) -                        R8: Armidale Servies Hcp (Bm55), $10000, 1400m.
   Magicina (AUS)).   T: Ms V Rhind J: Ms T Rodder                          1. BANG ON (AUS) (ch f 3 Not A Single Doubt (AUS) - Bang

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  (NZ)). T: T R Martin J: Ms P Schmidt
Margins: 2.8 lens, 0.2 lens. Time: 1:23.82.                    BARRIER TRIALS
COWRA (NSW)                                         Good(3)    BELMONT PARK (WA)                                         Good

R1: Cowra Guardian Mdn Plate, $10000, 1000m.                   R1: Barrier Trial, $0, 400m.
1. ALI OF DUBAI (AUS) (ch m 4 Dubai Destination (USA) -        1. LORD BALTHAZAR (AUS) (b/br g 2 Oratorio (AUS) - La Tache
   Hurricane Watch (AUS)). T: L T Hodgson J: K Sweeney            (AUS)). T: J P Taylor J: J Brown
Margins: 0.1 lens, 1.5 lens. Time: 59.98.                      Margins: 3.5 lens, 0.2 lens. Time: 24.37.

R2: Keith Brunes (Bm50), $10000, 1000m.                        R2: Barrier Trial, $0, 400m.
1. JONDARBORG (NZ) (ch g 4 Thorn Park (AUS) - Message To       1. PUSH THE TEMPO (AUS) (br f 2 Natural Blitz (AUS) - Songs
   My Girl (NZ)). T: J W Marzol J: Tim Phillips                   Of Araby (AUS)). T: D T Mcauliffe J: S O’donnell
Margins: 0.4 lens, 0.8 lens. Time: 59.79.                      Margins: 0.2 lens, 1 len. Time: 24.52.

                                                               R3: Barrier Trial, $0, 400m.
                                                               1. WANDENA (AUS) (br/bl f 2 Ihtiram (IRE) - Sabotiere (IRE)).
                      Beauty Flash (NZ)

                                           NZTM
                                                                  T: D S Pearce J: P Knuckey
                      Multiple Gr.1 winner in Hong Kong        Margins: 0.1 lens, 1.5 lens. Time: 24.80.

The remainder of the meeting was abandoned.                    R4: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
                                                               1. BEGUILE (AUS) (ch f 2 Elusive Quality (USA) - Undercover
TERANG                                              Dead(4)       (AUS)). T: D L Morton J: W Pike
                                                               Margins: 1 len, 4.5 lens. Time: 1:00.75.
R1: Sungold Milk Mdn Plate, $12000, 1400m.
1. BIANWAITING (AUS) (ch f 3 Bianconi (USA) - Kimona (AUS)).   R5: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
   T: Saab Hasan J: Ms L J Meech                               1. ENCORE NO MORE (AUS) (b/br g 2 Key Business (AUS) - Jev
Margins: 2.3 lens, 2.5 lens. Time: 1:24.72.                       Encore (AUS)). T: A G Durrant J: Alan Kennedy
                                                               Margins: 0.8 lens, 0.4 lens. Time: 1:01.40.

                                                               R6: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
                                                               1. CLASSITHEATRE (AUS) (b f 2 Theatre (AUS) - Mighty Maggie
                                                                  (AUS)). T: S J Rowe J: S O’donnell
                                                               Margins: 0.8 lens, 3.8 lens. Time: 1:02.62.
R2: Westpac Agribusiness Mdn Plate, $12000, 1400m.
1. BEACONS (AUS) (ch g 4 Mister Malebo (AUS) - Guidelight      R7: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
   (AUS)). T: R J West J: N Wilson                             1. GREY MONARCH (AUS) (gr g 6 Verglas (IRE) - Heartbeat
Margins: 2.3 lens, 0.3 lens. Time: 1:24.80.                       (AUS)). T: Ivan Haggerty J: M Grantham
                                                               Margins: 1.8 lens, 0.2 lens. Time: 59.49.
R3: Incitec Pivot Green Urea Mdn, $12000, 1000m.
1. CHAMPAGNE ESPRIT (AUS) (b f 3 Bel Esprit (AUS) - Pamela’s   R8: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
   Hill (AUS)). T: D K Weir J: Jacob Rule                      1. CATCH DAT KAT (AUS) (b g 4 Hold That Tiger (USA) -
Margins: 0.8 lens, 2.5 lens. Time: 58.03.                         Hospitality (AUS)). T: R W Matthews J: T Turner
                                                               Margins: 0.3 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 1:00.35.
R4: Genetics Australia Mdn Plate, $12000, 1600m.
1. WEIGHTED (AUS) (ch g 3 Encosta De Lago (AUS) - Cannsea      R9: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
   (AUS)). T: Robert Hickmott J: E Cassar                      1. ROCKY’S BROTHER (AUS) (b g 4 Tobougg (IRE) - Bloomy
Margins: 4.3 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 1:38.63.                       (AUS)). T: F H Maynard J: Wah Chung Margins: 0.2 lens, 0.5
                                                                  lens. Time: 1:00.70.
R5: Genetics Australia Hcp (C1), $12000, 1200m.
1. MONTANITA (AUS) (b m 4 Damascus Storm (USA) - Future        R10: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
   Plans (AUS)). T: Michael Trotter J: Jack Hill               1. MADAME RENOIR (AUS) (br f 3 Balestrini (IRE) - Star Of The
Margins: 3 lens, 0.4 lens. Time: 1:11.10.                         Mist (AUS)). T: Sonya Price J: J Whiting
                                                               Margins: 0.3 lens, 1.8 lens. Time: 1:00.99.
R6: Genetics Australia Hcp (72), $12000, 1000m.
1. THE MINISTER (AUS) (ch g 4 Denon (USA) - Majestic Wish      R11: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
   (AUS)). T: R J Keirl J: Ms N Beriman                        1. SADDINGTON (AUS) (b g 3 Flying Spur (AUS) - La Rose Noir
Margins: 0.2 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 57.34.                         (NZ)). T: N D Parnham J: B Parnham
                                                               Margins: 0.5 lens, 1.3 lens. Time: 1:01.50.
R7: Genetics Australia Hcp (68), $12000, 1850m.
1. SACRED SYMBOL (AUS) (b/br g 5 Blevic (AUS) - Centore        R12: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
   (AUS)). T: B & S Wilde J: Ms N Beriman                      1. CITY ARCADE (AUS) (br f 3 Oratorio (AUS) - Only With You
Margins: 0.1 lens, 0.4 lens. Time: 1:56.75.                       (AUS)). T: N D Parnham J: Ms J Savy
                                                               Margins: 0.1 lens, 2 lens. Time: 1:00.15.
R8: Centrebet.Com Get Out Hcp (62), $12000, 1600m.
1. OUR SHANAGOLDEN (AUS) (ch g 8 Markstad (AUS) - Nellegin     R13: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
   (AUS)). T: D M Noonan J: N Wilson                           1. ROMP TO FAME (AUS) (b g 3 Quest For Fame (GB) - Rompers
Margins: 0.8 lens, 2 lens. Time: 1:36.82.                         (AUS)). T: F R Kersley J: Ms L Bivemark
                                                               Margins: 0.5 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 1:01.43.


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R14: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.                                    R9: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.
1. BE AR DEVIL (AUS) (gr g 3 Bearcat (AUS) - Regal Rebecca        1. YOUR GRACE (AUS) (b/br f 3 Testa Rossa (AUS) - Porschalaine
   (AUS)). T: Damian Winn J: P Carbery                               (AUS)). T: Ms N Burke J: M Flaherty
Margins: 0.5 lens, 1 len. Time: 1:00.41.                          Margins: 2.3 lens, 1.5 lens. Time: 45.96.

R15: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.                                    R10: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.
1. ROUGE DIOR (AUS) (br f 3 Stormy’s Son (AUS) - French Vanilla   1. AWESOME HEARTED (AUS) (ch m 4 Show A Heart (AUS) -
   (AUS)). T: T R Harvey J: S Mc Gruddy                              Gold Country (AUS)). T: G Eurell J: Chris Symons
Margins: 1 len, 2.8 lens. Time: 1:00.88.                          Margins: 1.3 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 46.24.

R16: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.                                    R11: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.
1. WESTRIVER KEVYDONN (AUS) (b/br g 5 Danetime (IRE) -            1. SORISAM (AUS) (b g 4 Sequalo (AUS) - Wham Bam (AUS)).
   Dynique (AUS)). T: Ms P Kenney J: Takahide Ikenushi               T: Ricky Maund J: B Park
Margins: 1.5 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 1:01.17.                       Margins: 0.2 lens, 2.3 lens. Time: 45.95.

R17: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.                                    R12: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.
1. YOUNG ARCHIE (AUS) (ch g 4 Zedrich (AUS) - Koukla (AUS)).      1. BEYOND PARDON (AUS) (br g 4 Invincible Spirit (IRE) -
   T: Shannon Suvaljko J: W D O’connell                              Unbridled Fire (AUS)). T: R W Smerdon J: Thomas Sadler
Margins: 1.5 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 1:00.03.                       Margins: 10 lens, 2.3 lens. Time: 44.60.

R18: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.                                    R13: Barrier Trial, $0, 990m.
1. MINICANO (AUS) (ch g 4 Bletchicano (AUS) - Sweet Seduction     1. CASH BURNER (AUS) (br g 3 Dash For Cash (AUS) - Raja
   (AUS)). T: Gavin Foster J: B Parnham                              Lane (AUS)). T: M G Phillips J: P Mertens
Margins: 3.8 lens, 1 len. Time: 1:00.74.                          Margins: 1 len, 0.3 lens. Time: 58.63.

R19: Barrier Trial, $0, 1200m.                                    R14: Barrier Trial, $0, 990m.
1. ARONDIGHT (AUS) (br g 5 Anabaa (USA) - Tonicity (AUS)).        1. QUEEN SYBIL (AUS) (b f 3 Regal Shot (AUS) - Dancing Jugs
   T: S R Casey J: W B Arnold                                        (AUS)). T: Dean Grass J: J R Todd
Margins: 3 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 1:11.84.                         Margins: 0.5 lens, 0.8 lens. Time: 58.08.

CRANBOURNE (VIC)                                    Good(3)       R15: Barrier Trial, $0, 990m.
                                                                  1. RED COLOSSUS (AUS) (b g 4 Testa Rossa (AUS) - Palace
R1: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.                                         Glow (AUS)). T: G Eurell J: Chris Symons
1. BLACK SAMBUCA (AUS) (br g 2 Niello (AUS) - Moxie Lassie        Margins: 0.3 lens, 2.3 lens. Time: 58.06.
   (AUS)). T: Patrick Payne J: S W Arnold
Margins: 2.3 lens, 2.5 lens. Time: 46.41.                         R16: Barrier Trial, $0, 1190m.
                                                                  1. SPIRIT SONG (AUS) (b f 3 Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Lightning
R2: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.                                         Rules (AUS)). T: John Mcardle J: J R Todd
1. FRIENDLESS (AUS) (b g 2 Artie Schiller (USA) - Golden          Margins: 0.3 lens, 0.5 lens. Time: 1:09.52.
   Sonnet (USA)). T: D L Freedman J: B Melham
Margins: 0.8 lens, 3 lens. Time: 46.14.                           R17: Barrier Trial, $0, 1550m.
                                                                  1. VERY FAST (AUS) (b g 6 Jugah (USA) - Valdree (AUS)).
R3: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.                                         T: J R Welsh J: M Flaherty
1. THE COUNTERFEITER (AUS) (br/bl c 2 Keep The Faith (AUS)        Margins: 2 lens, 0.5 lens. Time: 1:35.02.
   - La Cloche (AUS)). T: M W Laurie J: B Melham
Margins: 0.3 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 47.18.                         MORPHETTVILLE PARKS (SA)                                  Slow
R4: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.                                      R1: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.
1. SUPA DANE (AUS) (br f 2 Danerich (AUS) - Super Gift (AUS)).    1. JOKERS SON (AUS) (b g 2 Natural Blitz (AUS) - Maatadau
   T: D R Brideoake J: I Gundogdu                                    (AUS)). T: Ayumi Stokes J: P Gatt
Margins: 10 lens, 0.5 lens. Time: 45.41.                          Margins: 0.3 lens, 6 lens. Time: 47.26.

R5: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.                                      R2: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.
1. ANGELMOUSE (AUS) (b f 2 Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - House         1. QUICK SINGLE (AUS) (b/br f 2 Not A Single Doubt (AUS) -
   Mouse (NZ)). T: P G Moody J: J Noonan                             Blue Mermaid (AUS)). T: K M Sweeney J: B Hoppo
Margins: 0.1 lens, 2.3 lens. Time: 46.66.                         Margins: 3.8 lens, 0.3 lens. Time: 48.99.

R6: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.                                      R3: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.
1. ECLAIR FLYER (AUS) (b g 3 Flying Spur (AUS) - Shizu (NZ)).     1. BULLOCK HEART (AUS) (b c 2 Excites (AUS) - I Leica (AUS)).
   T: R W Smerdon J: G Boss                                          T: D J Clarke J: M Neilson
Margins: 2.5 lens, 1 len. Time: 45.75.                            Margins: 0.1 lens, 2.5 lens. Time: 48.54.

R7: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.                                      R4: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
1. OUR SKEETA (AUS) (ch c 3 Freeze (AUS) - Starkeeta (AUS)).      1. NORDIC MONARCH (AUS) (b g 3 King Of Danes (AUS) -
   T: I R Jones J: J Benbow                                          Krapelbon (AUS)). T: Tony Mcevoy J: S Price
Margins: 0.8 lens, 0.3 lens. Time: 46.71.                         Margins: 2.3 lens, 2 lens. Time: 1:01.27.

R8: Barrier Trial, $0, 800m.                                      R5: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
1. BLUE LOTUS (AUS) (b/br f 3 Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Our        1. AROC (AUS) (b g 3 Stratum (AUS) - Roseanne (AUS)).
   Egyptian Raine (NZ)). T: P G Moody J: L Nolen                     T: W A Bogarts J: Ms A Herrmann
Margins: 0.3 lens, 1.5 lens. Time: 46.32.                         Margins: 5 lens, 2.8 lens. Time: 1:00.43.

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R6: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.                                           R9: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
1. LORD ASHFORD (AUS) (b g 3 King Ivor (AUS) - Lady Ashlyn              1. REPUBLIQUE (AUS) (ch g 4 Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Forest
   (AUS)). T: K J Matson J: J Frew                                         Pearl (USA)). T: P Stokes J: P Gatt
Margins: 0.3 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 1:00.69.                             Margins: 4 lens, 2 lens. Time: 58.14.

R7: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.                                           R10: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
1. GOLD BUNDLE (AUS) (ch g 3 Keep The Faith (AUS) - Thanks              1. BELECONI (AUS) (b g 4 Bel Esprit (AUS) - Bocconi (AUS)).
   A Bundle (AUS)). T: P L Seater J: M Neilson                             T: P Stokes J: Ms S Rowley
Margins: 0.8 lens, 0.8 lens. Time: 1:01.28.                             Margins: 1 len, 0.8 lens. Time: 1:00.31.

R8: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.                                           R11: Barrier Trial, $0, 1000m.
1. GRASPING (AUS) (b g 5 Honours List (IRE) - Hunting Gal               1. SAVING PAR (AUS) (br m 6 Secret Savings (USA) - Eliza Dane
   (AUS)). T: K & H Frew J: Jemma Stacey                                   (AUS)). T: K & H Frew J: Jemma Stacey
Margins: 2.5 lens, 3.3 lens. Time: 1:01.45.                             Margins: 0.2 lens, 3.3 lens. Time: 1:00.49.




TAB MEETINGS                                                            R6: Puckapunyal Army Cup (62), $20000, 2000m.
                                                                        1. HACHIMAN (AUS) (b g 8 Fusaichi Pegasus (USA) - Danelagh
                                                                           (AUS)). T: J Leek Jnr J: A Mc Cabe
SEYMOUR (VIC)                                             Dead(5)       Margins: 4.5 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 2:06.40.
R1: Tingay’s Excavations Mdn Plate, $12000, 1100m.                      R7: D.A. Pearce Plumbing Hcp (58), $12000, 1600m.
1. PLAYING IMAGE (AUS) (b f 3 Foreplay (AUS) - Image Of                 1. PRINCE TOFF (AUS) (b/br g 4 Tuscany Flyer (AUS) - Lady Of
   Reality (AUS)). T: M Ellerton & S Zahra J: Chris Symons                 Reflection (AUS)). T: P Clohesy J: P Mertens
Margins: 2.3 lens, 3.5 lens. Time: 1:05.37.                             Margins: 0.1 lens, 5 lens. Time: 1:38.24.

   HE SHOOTS,HE SCORES                                                  R8: Epilepsy Awareness Day 26/3-68, $12000, 1300m.

   IT’S FOREPLAY
                                                                        1. MILD MANNERED (AUS) (b g 4 Manner Hill (AUS) - Mary May
                                              woodsideparkstud.com.au
                                                                           (AUS)). T: G A Osborne J: Dean Holland
                                                                        Margins: 1.3 lens, 1.5 lens. Time: 1:17.26.
R2: Fraser Earthmoving Mdn Plate, $12000, 1300m.
1. BELOW (NZ) (b g 3 Savabeel (AUS) - Tawny Run (NZ)).
   T: Robert Hickmott J: L Currie                                       TAREE (NSW)                                          Heavy(8)
Margins: 2 lens, 1 len. Time: 1:17.63.
                                                                        R1: Tooheys New 3yo Country Plate, $10000, 1300m.
                      O’Reilly                                          1. MYSTIC HAAYIL (AUS) (b g 3 Haayil (AUS) - Pretty Blotto


                                           NZTM
                      Sire of Gr.1 Australian Guineas winner,              (AUS)). T: Daniel Phegan J: B Spriggs
                                                                        Margins: 0.2 lens, 0.4 lens. Time: 1:22.05.
                      Shamrocker (NZ)
                                                                        R2: Reynolds Refrigeration Mdn, $10000, 1250m.
R3: Main Contracting Mdn Plate, $12000, 1000m.                          1. SALSBEEL (AUS) (b m 4 Secret Savings (USA) - Gospelor
1. ERFAAN (AUS) (b g 3 Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Asawir (AUS)).             (USA)). T: Ms M Harrison J: D Peisley
   T: D A Hayes J: S W Arnold                                           Margins: 5.3 lens, 0.4 lens. Time: 1:16.76 (last 600m 36.88).
Margins: 0.8 lens, 1.3 lens. Time: 58.99.
                                                                        R3: Winning Post Function Ctr-Bm73, $10000, 1250m.
R4: Redhill Stud/Optus Business-72, $12000, 1600m.                      1. ZUKO (AUS) (b g 4 Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Dance Baby
1. GREAT PLAYER (AUS) (b g 5 Galileo (IRE) - Queens Minstrel               Dance (AUS)). T: W T Wilkes J: A Chau
   (USA)). T: Grant Craven J: A Mc Cabe                                 Margins: 0.1 lens, 1.3 lens. Time: 1:17.39 (last 600m 38.00).
Margins: 1.3 lens, 1.8 lens. Time: 1:38.03.
                                                                        R4: Matinee Meeting 2nd April-Bm60, $10000, 1000m.
R5: Black’s Contracting Hcp (62), $12000, 1000m.                        1. AFAIRGO (AUS) (b g 5 Desert Prince (IRE) - Specie (AUS)).
1. KURODA FIELD (AUS) (b f 3 God’s Own (AUS) - Tycoon                      T: T S Howlett J: R Thompson
   Princess (AUS)). T: D A Hayes J: S W Arnold                          Margins: 1.8 lens, 2.3 lens. Time: 59.93 (last 600m 35.56).
Margins: 0.1 lens, 0.4 lens. Time: 58.92.
                                                                        R5: McGrath Meats Hcp (C2), $10000, 1000m.
                                                                        1. ABERDOI (AUS) (br g 3 All Courage (AUS) - Aurora’s Flight

              GOD’S                                                        (AUS)). T: M J Robinson J: A Chau
                                                                        Margins: 0.8 lens, 0.5 lens. Time: 1:00.41 (last 600m 36.40).


               OWN                                                      R6: Nbn Television Mdn Hcp, $10000, 1000m.
                                                                        1. THE ZIPSTER (AUS) (ch g 5 Bureaucracy (NZ) - Lamia (NZ)).
                                                                           T: Adam Duggan J: C G O’brien
                                                                        Margins: 0.4 lens, 2.5 lens. Time: 1:00.98 (last 600m 36.81).

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R7: Cullen Holden Hcp (C1), $10000, 1400m.
1. RIVER BOAT GAMBLER (AUS) (br g 5 Anglia (AUS) - River Doll
   (AUS)). T: D G Hodge J: Ms P Schmidt
Margins: 0.5 lens, 0.5 lens. Time: 1:29.30 (last 600m 38.60).                                        bloodstock

R8: XXXX Gold (Bm50), $10000, 1600m.                                            2011 AustrAliAn EAstEr YEArling sAlE
1. SPINNING NUTS (AUS) (ch g 4 Spinning World (USA) - Rare                               5, 6 & 7 April | newmarket, sydney
   Radiance (AUS)). T: W T Wilkes J: A Chau
Margins: 0.8 lens, 1.5 lens. Time: 1:42.91 (last 600m 38.91).


TOWNSVILLE (QLD)                                                 Heavy(8)

R1: Sky Racing Mdn Hcp, $10000, 1200m.                                      Wednesday 23rd March
1. FORZA POTENZA (AUS) (b h 4 Aucash (AUS) - Pleasure
   Seeker (AUS)). T: Alby Molino J: P Cullen
Margins: 1.8 lens, 2.3 lens. Time: 1:12.99 (last 600m 36.33).               ALL BAR ONE (Aus)
                                                                            Bench Star (Aus) (br g 2 ex Precious Lass (Aus) by
R2: Southern Cross Ten Hcp (C2), $10000, 1000m.
                                                                            Ashkalani (Ire))
1. IL CIBREO (AUS) (ch g 5 Tuscanos (AUS) - Delicate Walk
   (AUS)). T: J A Swift J: M Elliott                                        R2: Warwick Farm, 2YO Maiden Handicap, 1200m
Margins: 0.2 lens, 0.3 lens. Time: 59.21 (last 600m 35.70).
                                                                            CHATEAU ISTANA (GB)
R3: W. Rowlands Town Planning Hcp, $10000, 1000m.                           Riccoso (Aus) (ch g 2 ex Zestfully (Aus) by Iglesia (Aus))
1. MISS HONAHLEE (AUS) (b f 2 Hidden Dragon (AUS) - Lacquest
                                                                            R2: Eagle Farm, 2YO Maiden Handicap, 1200m
   (AUS)). T: F J Wieland J: I Toward
Margins: 0.2 lens, 0.4 lens. Time: 59.38 (last 600m 35.78).
                                                                            DARCI BRAHMA (Aus)

Hidden Dragon                                   @ Lyndhurst Stud.           St Darci (NZ) (b g 2 ex Love Connection (Jpn) by Sunday
                                             2011 fee $13,200 inc gst       Silence (USA))
                        Danehill / Ballroom Babe                            R2: Pukekohe Park, 2YO Maiden, 1200m
            Phone: 0429076610 or email: jeff@lyndhurststud.com


R4: Magnetic Isl. Shopping Ctre-C6, $10000, 1300m.                          FLYING PEGASUS (Aus)
1. DEVI GARH (AUS) (br m 6 All Chatter (USA) - Win Zip (AUS)).              Highlight Reel (Aus) (b g 2 ex Penny Lane (Aus) by Beau
   T: Ms O Cairns J: I Toward                                               Sovereign (NZ))
Margins: 2.3 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 1:19.20 (last 600m 36.30).               R1: Ascot, 2YO Plate, 1200m

R5: Golden Roast Caterers (C1), $12000, 1300m.
1. MOB RULE (AUS) (b g 5 Brahms (USA) - Swept Along (AUS)).                 NADEEM (Aus)
   T: E J Sewell J: A Coome                                                 Raging To Win (Aus) (gr g 2 ex Calm As A Lady (NZ) by
Margins: 0.2 lens, 0.1 lens. Time: 1:19.77 (last 600m 36.44).               Zabeel (NZ))
                                                                            R2: Warwick Farm, 2YO Maiden Handicap, 1200m
R6: Wanless Enviro Services (C5), $10000, 1000m.
1. GURU (AUS) (b/br g 6 Ishiguru (USA) - St Martha (NZ)).
                                                                            RED DAZZLER (Aus)
   T: Ms J Bell J: Dale Missen
Margins: 0.3 lens, 0.8 lens. Time: 58.32 (last 600m 34.80).                 Takotna (Aus) (b g 2 ex Bubbles of Joy (Aus) by Shalford
                                                                            (Ire))
                                                                            R2: Eagle Farm, 2YO Maiden Handicap, 1200m

                                                                            SAXON (Aus)
                                                                            Saxophony (Aus) (b g 2 ex Simply Marooned (Aus) by Island


            GOT NEWS?
                                                                            Morn (Aus))
                                                                            R1: Ascot, 2YO Plate, 1200m

                                                                            VALIXIR (Ire)
                                                                            Lethal Jones (Aus) (b c 2 ex Grier Garsonne (Aus) by Are-
                                                                            ana (Aus))


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                                                                            R1: Ascot, 2YO Plate, 1200m




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                                           MIDNIGHT OIL A FILLY ON THE UP

This was a relatively quiet weekend for three-year-olds, but there    (Elusive Quality) (119) finishing a lacklustre sixth, failing to handle
were some interesting performances nonetheless.                       the deteriorating track according to trainer Peter Snowden.

The New Zealand Oaks (Gr 1, 2400m) was won in good style by           Blackie has now won four of his five starts, the last of which prior
Midnight Oil (Keeper) (115), who saved ground along the inside in     to the Phar Lap was a 1-72 3yo Handicap at Sandown Park and
the straight, making up several lengths to strike the front late on   that was after winning his Australian debut at Kyneton in a 0-62
and win going away. Winner of the Lowland Stakes (Gr 3, 2100m)        Handicap.
at her previous start, Midnight Oil has now won four of her eight
starts and she certainly seems to have found her best form when       To compound things even more, Blackie was reported to have
stretching out in trip.                                               pulled up slightly lame so his effort to win was certainly a brave
                                                                      one.
Following Keep The Peace (Keeper), Midnight Oil is the second NZ
Oaks winner for her sire Keeper, a son of Danehill that recorded      The runner-up Fast Clip (113) was game but he too was coming into
his best win in the Goodwood Handicap (Gr 1, 1200 metres). She        this race off a win in a 0-70 Benchmark Handicap at Canterbury.
is bred on very similar lines to New Zealand 2000 Guineas (Gr 1,
1600m) winner Danske (Danehill).                                      At Moonee Valley last Friday night the Alister Clark Stakes (Gr 2,
                                                                      1600m) was won by Domesky (Domesday) (114) who has been
The main race in Sydney was the Phar Lap Stakes (Gr 2, 1500m),        consistent throughout his career but was winning for just the
won in gritty style by Blackie (Black Minnaloushe) (114), who         second time in 10 starts.
came through between horses in the straight to edge out Fast Clip
(Snippetson) and Sworn To Secrecy (Keeper) in a driving finish.       Domesky came with a good finish in the straight and he looks as
The weather might have had a part to play in this with Bullbars       though 2200 metres is within his compass, perhaps even further.




THREE-YEAR-OLDS:
123   Anacheeva (Aus) 3 c              Anabaa (USA) – Monroe Magic (NZ), by Zabeel (NZ)                                   Peter Moody
123   Star Witness (Aus) 3 c           Starcraft (NZ) – Leone Chiara (Aus), by Lion Hunter (Aus)                        Danny O’Brien
122   Ilovethiscity (Aus) 3 c          Magic Albert (Aus) – Kensington Rose (NZ), by Kenfair (NZ)                      Grahame Begg
122   Toorak Toff (Aus) 3 c            Show A Heart (Aus) – Orong (Aus), by Grand Lodge (USA)                          Rick Hore-Lacy
121   Playing God (Aus) 3 c            Blackfriars (Aus) – Dolly Will Do (Aus), by Rubiton (Aus)                      Neville Parnham
121   Squamosa (Aus) 3 c               Not A Single Doubt (Aus) – Class Success (Aus), by Success Express (USA)       Gai Waterhouse
120   Decision Time (Aus) 3 g          Foreplay (Aus) – Daunting Thought (Aus), by Just Awesome (Aus)                  Clarry Conners
120   Jimmy Choux (NZ) 3 c             Thorn Park (Aus) – Cierxo (NZ), by Centaine (Aus)                                     John Bary
120   Lion Tamer (NZ) 3 c              Storming Home (GB) – Lioness (NZ), by Generous (Ire)                     Murray & Bjorn Baker
120   Shamrocker (NZ) 3 f              O’Reilly – Bohemian Blues (NZ), by Blues Traveller (Ire)                         Danny O’Brien
120   Skilled (Aus) 3 c                Commands (Aus) – Dextrous (Aus), by Quest For Fame (GB)                         Peter Snowden
120   We Can Say It Now (NZ) 3 f       Starcraft (NZ) – We Can’t Say That (NZ), by Generous (Ire)               Murray & Bjorn Baker
119   Bullbars (Aus) 3 c               Elusive Quality (USA) – Accessories (GB), by Singspiel (Ire)                    Peter Snowden
118   Brazilian Pulse (NZ) 3 f         Captain Rio (GB) – Sharazad (Ire), by Tenby (GB)                                 Mike Moroney
118   Crystal Lily (Aus) 3 f           Stratum (Aus) – Crystal Snip (Aus), by Snippets (Aus)          Matthew Ellerton & Simon Zahra
118   Retrieve (Aus) 3 c               Rahy (USA) – Hold To Ransom (USA), by Red Ransom (USA)                          Peter Snowden
118   Pressday (Aus) 3 c               Domesday (Aus) – Kaaptive Empress (Aus), by Kaaptive Edition (NZ)                  Chris Waller
118   Run For Levi (Aus) 3 g           Hussonet (USA) – Madam Bligh (Aus), by Nine Carat (USA)                        John Thompson
118   Under The Eiffel (Aus) 3 c       Mossman (Aus) – Spire (Aus), by Danehill (USA)                                         Tony Vasil
117   Erewhon (Aus) 3 g                Commands (Aus) – Pseudonym (Aus) by Quest For Fame (GB)                         Peter Snowden
117   Masquerader (Aus) 3 c            Lucky Owners (NZ) – Ion You (Aus), by Geiger Counter (USA)                         David Payne
117   Master Harry (Aus) 3 c           Magic Albert (Aus) – Sri Lanka (Aus), by Sri Pekan (USA)                           Peter Moody
117   More Strawberries (Aus) 3 f      More Than Ready (USA) – Milva (USA), by Strawberry Road (Aus)                  Gai Waterhouse
117   Mr Chard (Aus) 3 c               Al Samer (Aus) – Najar (Aus) , by Secret Savings (USA)                            Dean Lawson
117   Parables (Aus) 3 f               Lonhro (Aus) – Fairytales (Aus) by Night Shift (USA)                            Peter Snowden
117   Rekindled Interest (Aus) 3 c     Redoute’s Choice (Aus) – Rekindled Affair (Ire), by Rainbow Quest (GB)               Jim Conlon
117   Secret Admirer (Aus) 3 f         Dubawi (Ire) – Secret Illusion (Aus), by Secret Savings (USA)                   Grahame Begg
117   Southern Speed (Aus) 3 f         Southern Image (USA) – Golden Eagle (NZ), by Zabeel (NZ)                  MacDonald & Gluyas
116   Hinchinbrook (Aus) 3 c           Fastnet Rock (Aus) – Snippets Lass (Aus), by Snippets (Aus)                        Peter Moody
116   Soul (Aus) 3 g                   Commands (Aus) – Marvilha (Aus), by Night Shift (USA)                           Peter Snowden

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116   Praecido (NZ) 3 c               One Cool Cat (USA) – Felicitous (NZ), by Montjeu (Ire)                              David Payne
116   Shrapnel (Aus) 3 c              Charge Forward (Aus) – Fragmentation (Aus), by Snippets (Aus)                   Mark Kavanagh
116   Yosei (Aus) 3 f                 Invincible City (Ire) – Fuji Fairy (Aus), by Fuji Kiseki (Jpn)                     Stuart Webb
115   Absolutelyawesome (NZ) 3 g      Zenno Rob Roy (Jpn) – Switch Hitter (NZ), by Pentire (GB)                     Michael Moroney
115   Buffering (Aus) 3 g             Mossman (Aus) – Action Annie (Aus), by Anabaa (USA)                          Robert Heathcote
115   Dusty Star (Aus) 3 g            General Nediym (Aus) – Forever Midnight (Aus), by Snippets                        Peter Morgan
115   Do Ra Mi (NZ) 3 f               Savabeel (NZ) – Aulide (Aus), by Snippets (Aus)                                    Peter Moody
115   Eclair Mystic (Aus) 3 c         Stratum (Aus) – Leica Smile (Aus) by At Talaq (USA)                           Robert Smerdon
115   Enjin Number Nine (NZ) 3 g      Zenno Rob Roy (Jpn) – Sal (NZ), by I Conquer (NZ)              Matthew Ellerton & Simon Zahra
115   King’s Rose (NZ) 3 f            Redoute’s Choice (Aus) – Nureyev’s Girl (Aus), by Nureyev (USA)                Jason Bridgman
115   Kudakulari (NZ) 3 c             Savabeel (Aus) – Oenotria (NZ), by O’Reilly (NZ)                                Bart Cummings
115   Midnight Oil (NZ) 3 f           Keeper (Aus) – Gilded Light (Aus) by Gilded Time (USA)                                P Duncan
115   Obsequious (Aus) 3 f            Lonhro (Aus) – Sycophant (Aus) by Commands (Aus)                                Peter Snowden
115   Panipique (Aus) 3 f             Testa Rossa (Aus) – Our Quivira (Aus), by Spinning World (USA)                     Peter Moody
115   Yulalona (Aus) 3 c              Dubai Destination (USA) – Klamath Falls (USA), by Storm Cat (USA)               Peter Snowden
114   Bigelow (Aus) 3 c               Al Maher (Aus) – Academy Angel (Aus), by Royal Academy (USA)                 Clinton McDonald
114   Blackie (NZ) 3 c                Black Minnaloushe (USA) – Diamond Babe (NZ), by Stravinsky (USA)                  Michael Kent
114   Digital Fortress (NZ) 3 g       Savabeel (NZ) – Danex (NZ), by Danasinga (Aus)                                       Guy Walter
114   Domesky (Aus) 3 c               Domesday (Aus) – Miss Aryan (NZ), by Masterclass (USA)                            Michael Kent
114   Divorces (Aus) 3 f              Domesday (Aus) – Family Breakup (Aus), by Octagonal (NZ)                        Peter Snowden
114   General Truce (Aus) 3 g         Brief Truce (USA) – General Resolve (Aus), by General Nediym (Aus)                 Ricky Maund
114   Hollowlea (Aus) 3 c             Hidden Dragon (Aus) – Cabaret Girl (Aus), by Scenic (Ire)            Terry & Karina O’Sullivan
114   Light Brigade (Aus) 3 c         Redoute’s Choice (Aus) – Winning Belle (NZ), by Zabeel (NZ)                    Gai Waterhouse
114   Solar Charged (Aus) 3 f         Charge Forward (Aus) – Soul Singer (Aus), by Danehill (USA)                        John O’Shea
114   Sistine Angel (Aus) 3 f         Testa Rossa (Aus) – Famous Painter (Aus), by Peintre Celebre (USA)              Andrew Noblett
114   Warm Love (Aus) 3 f             Octagonal (NZ) – Charangas (Aus), by Flying Spur (Aus)                         David Brideoake


Covering racing in Australia and New Zealand, Aug 1 – Mar 122. Ratings formulated by, and exclusive to, ANZ Bloodstock News.




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LEADING SIRES IN AUSTRALIA
BY WINNERS


Stallion Code Yof - To Stud                   Breeding                     Rnrs   Wnrs Wins   SW      Earnings                Best Performer
                                                                                              (SWins)
1    Commands (AUS) 1996 - 2000 Danehill - Cotehele House                  265    108   158   9(9) $4,469,014            Erewhon - 336,250
2    Encosta de Lago (AUS) 1993 - 1997 Fairy King - Shoal Creek            271    99    144   7(10) $4,597,894              Aloha - 657,076
3    Redoute’s Choice (AUS) 1996 - 2000 Danehill - Shantha’s Choice        226    91    122   10(10) $4,713,164            Melito - 256,900
4    Lonhro (AUS) 1998 - 2004 Octagonal - Shadea                           193    88    135   9(11) $4,705,380           Parables - 309,400
5    Bel Esprit (AUS) 1999 - 2003 Royal Academy - Bespoken                 204    84    125   1(5) $4,361,586    Black Caviar - 1,816,000
6    Testa Rossa (AUS) 1996 - 2001 Perugino - Bo Dapper                    239    84    111   5(7) $3,923,242 Pane in the Glass - 385,500
7    Bianconi (USA) 1995 - 2000 Danzig - Fall Aspen                        224    83    109   1(1) $1,879,018                 Gail - 107,688
8    More Than Ready (USA) 1997 - 2001 Southern Halo - Woodman’s Girl      204    80    132   7(17) $4,623,937 More Joyous - 1,247,600
9    Exceed and Excel (AUS) 2000 - 2004 Danehill - Patrona                 179    79    116   6(7) $2,905,779             Curtana - 198,150
10   General Nediym (AUS) 1994 - 1999 Nediym - Military Belle              207    77    118   3(4) $3,780,087           Night War - 378,696
11   Sequalo (AUS) 1990 - 1997 Rustic Amber - Dash Around                  205    76    104   1(1) $1,858,267       Bold Glance - 312,600
12   Flying Spur (AUS) 1992 - 1996 Danehill - Rolls                        210    75    115   6(8) $3,203,763       Satin Shoes - 294,650
13   Magic Albert (AUS) 1998 - 2002 Zeditave - Sally Lou                   170    75    110   2(5) $2,342,354       Ilovethiscity - 676,400
14   Choisir (AUS) 1999 - 2003 Danehill Dancer - Great Selection           193    73    108   2(2) $2,793,624 Sacred Choice - 429,250
15   Falvelon (AUS) 1996 - 2003 Alannon - Devil’s Zephyr                   152    68    102   0(0) $1,727,194       Mr Favulous - 154,400
16   Fastnet Rock (AUS) 2001 - 2005 Danehill - Piccadilly Circus           149    67    96    3(4) $3,008,021    Smart Missile - 241,150
17   Street Cry (IRE) 1998 - 2003 Machiavellian - Helen Street             137    64    100   4(6) $4,203,488        Shocking - 1,086,750
18   Hussonet (USA) 1991 - 1994 Mr. Prospector - Sacahuista                184    63    82    1(1) $2,436,250         Eagle Falls - 318,000
19   Iglesia (AUS) 1995 - 2001 Last Tycoon - Yodells                       170    63    82    1(1) $1,385,287        Lucky Leak - 110,100
20   Galileo (IRE) 1998 - 2002 Sadler’s Wells - Urban Sea                  155    61    89    4(4) $2,510,562              Linton - 370,750
21   Dash for Cash (AUS) 1998 - 2003 Secret Savings - Gulistan             152    59    82    0(0) $1,393,982 Grand Britannia - 140,475
22   Zabeel (NZ) 1986 - 1991 Sir Tristram - Lady Giselle                   143    58    88    6(8) $4,425,063     Maluckyday - 1,192,350
23   Show a Heart (AUS) 1997 - 2002 Brave Warrior - Miss Sandman           166    58    89    3(4) $2,880,915         Toorak Toff - 810,275
24   Mossman (AUS) 1995 - 2000 Success Express - Lichen Lady               148    58    83    7(7) $2,681,385           Buffering - 272,400
25   Catbird (AUS) 1996 - 2000 Danehill - Fitting                          178    58    80    3(4) $1,993,915          Jersey Lily - 321,900
26   Danzero (AUS) 1991 - 1995 Danehill - Confidentially                   141    57    84    3(5) $2,186,218          Zero Rock - 272,800
27   Fusaichi Pegasus (USA) 1997 - 2001 Mr. Prospector - Angel Fever       142    56    74    1(1) $1,453,426               Falino - 111,950
28   Danehill Dancer (IRE) 1993 - 1997 Danehill - Mira Adonde              136    55    83    1(1) $1,770,769      Atomic Force - 138,750
29   Beautiful Crown (USA) 1991 - 1997 Chief’s Crown - Beautiful Glass     149    54    81    0(0) $1,227,694       Bossdon City - 64,500
30   Reset (AUS) 2000 - 2004 Zabeel - Assertive Lass                       133    53    75    6(7) $2,370,853     Pinker Pinker - 303,750
31   Monashee Mountain (USA) 1997 - 2001 Danzig - Prospectors Delite       136    53    91    0(0) $1,269,310            Catashee - 84,950
32   Blevic (AUS) 1991 - 1996 Scenic - Blooms                              141    50    79    1(2) $1,487,753             Moudre - 342,250
33   Honours List (IRE) 1998 - 2002 Danehill - Gold Script                 124    50    74    0(0) $1,225,681                 Title - 141,300
34   Elusive Quality (USA) 1993 - 1999 Gone West - Touch of Greatness      108    48    63    3(6) $2,692,352              Sepoy - 879,250
35   Invincible Spirit (IRE) 1997 - 2003 Green Desert - Rafha              109    48    64    1(1) $1,482,324                Yosei - 314,750
36   Anabaa (USA) 1992 - 1997 Danzig - Balbonella                          111    47    78    3(8) $2,717,757        Anacheeva - 791,750
37   Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) 1999 - 2003 Danehill - Offshore Boom          143    46    61    2(4) $1,687,837    Golden Archer - 306,400
38   Secret Savings (USA) 1991 - 1997 Seeking the Gold - Jurisdictional    133    46    72    1(1) $1,168,942 Thankgodyou’rehere - 174,300
39   Johannesburg (USA) 1999 - 2003 Hennessy - Myth                        147    45    62    0(0) $1,264,476             Overtake - 89,476
40   Tale of the Cat (USA) 1994 - 1999 Storm Cat - Yarn                    141    44    63    1(2) $2,152,861           Gathering - 761,025
41   Al Maher (AUS) 2001 - 2005 Danehill - Show Dancing                    109    44    69    3(3) $1,834,921             Bigelow - 230,101
42   Not a Single Doubt (AUS) 2001 - 2005 Redoute’s Choice - Singles Bar   98     43    66    4(5) $3,402,080 Karuta Queen - 1,464,000
43   Jeune (GB) 1989 - 1996 Kalaglow - Youthful                            117    43    72    3(3) $1,851,818    Western Jewel - 255,200
44   Untouchable (AUS) 2000 - 2004 Danehill - Canny Miss                   125    43    60    0(0) $738,942     From the Terrace - 61,951
45   Stratum (AUS) 2002 - 2006 Redoute’s Choice - Bourgeois                108    42    54    4(4) $1,950,147       Running Tall - 238,000
46   Fantastic Light (USA) 1996 - 2002 Rahy - Jood                         104    41    66    1(1) $1,385,952          Playwright - 164,617
47   Royal Academy (USA) 1987 - 1991 Nijinsky - Crimson Saint              140    40    59    1(1) $1,226,611        Poor Judge - 266,800
48   Canny Lad (AUS) 1987 - 1991 Bletchingly - Jesmond Lass                126    40    53    2(2) $1,211,820      You’re Canny - 197,050
49   Viscount (AUS) 1998 - 2002 Quest for Fame - Antwerp                   145    40    57    0(0) $1,174,812       Royal Reign - 126,400
50   Clang (AUS) 1993 - 1997 Bellotto - Sudden Impulse                     117    40    54    0(0) $658,952           Wealth Park - 53,950

Covering racing in Australia, Aug 1 – March 22. Figures by Arion




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LEADING SIRES IN NEW ZEALAND
BY WINNERS

     Stallion Code Yof - To Stud            Breeding                    Rnrs   Wnrs Wins   SW      Earnings                Best Performer
                                                                                           (SWins)
1    Pins (AUS) 1996 - 2000 Snippets - No Finer                         99     42   63     5(6) $1,185,645 Antonio Lombardo - 252,315
2    O’Reilly (NZ) 1993 - 1997 Last Tycoon - Courtza                    91     37   46     2(2) $570,512        Annie Higgins - 80,825
3    Keeper (AUS) 1997 - 2002 Danehill - Nuwirah                        84     35   52     3(5) $1,143,910 Keep the Peace - 308,750
4    Volksraad (GB) 1988 - 1993 Green Desert - Celtic Assembly          85     28   42     3(3) $729,756          Veloce Bella - 66,775
5    Bertolini (USA) 1996 - 2002 Danzig - Aquilegia                     61     28   37     1(1) $420,474                Chinon - 45,100
6    Black Minnaloushe (USA) 1998 - 2002 Storm Cat - Coral Dance        79     28   33     1(1) $375,263               Blinding - 48,500
7    Thorn Park (AUS) 1999 - 2004 Spinning World - Joy                  69     26   48     3(9) $2,713,337 Jimmy Choux - 2,106,500
8    Stravinsky (USA) 1996 - 2000 Nureyev - Fire the Groom              59     26   37     1(1) $518,600      November Rain - 70,425
9    Captain Rio (GB) 1999 - 2004 Pivotal - Beloved Visitor             63     25   35     0(0) $373,847                 Alegrio - 88,200
10   Howbaddouwantit (USA) 1995 - 2001 Rahy - Fair to the Wind          68     23   28     1(2) $386,862            Salvatore - 133,250
11   Ustinov (AUS) 1998 - 2003 Seeking the Gold - Let’s Elope           49     23   30     0(0) $377,830                Vonusti - 71,375
12   Savabeel (AUS) 2001 - 2005 Zabeel - Savannah Success               48     22   31     1(1) $401,212               Savabill - 82,275
13   Viking Ruler (AUS) 1998 - 2003 Danehill - Tristalove               68     21   30     2(2) $503,540           Red Ruler - 189,000
14   No Excuse Needed (GB) 1998 - 2003 Machiavellian - Nawaiet          66     20   31     2(2) $478,939        Justanexcuse - 85,125
15   Ishiguru (USA) 1998 - 2003 Danzig - Strategic Maneuver             50     20   28     0(0) $285,377             Insurgent - 60,975
16   Istidaad (USA) 1992 - 2000 Chief’s Crown - Mazzei Mood             90     19   22     0(0) $327,388           Ginga Dude - 94,125
17   Bachelor Duke (USA) 2001 - 2005 Miswaki - Gossamer                 43     18   23     2(2) $386,340            Obsession - 89,925
18   High Chaparral (IRE) 1999 - 2004 Sadler’s Wells - Kasora           40     18   24     1(1) $353,590        Sierra Nevada - 70,325
19   Al Akbar (AUS) 1990 - 1995 Success Express - Gala Night            55     18   23     0(0) $271,677         Alagant Satin - 34,225
20   Postponed (USA) 1997 - 2002 Summer Squall - Bridal Tea             68     18   22     1(1) $220,480                 Roxon - 44,875
21   Pentire (GB) 1992 - 1997 Be My Guest - Gull Nook                   70     17   22     3(4) $1,314,169    King Mufhasa - 727,000
22   Zabeel (NZ) 1986 - 1991 Sir Tristram - Lady Giselle                52     17   22     1(1) $382,865    Six O’Clock News - 70,000
23   Yamanin Vital (NZ) 1990 - 1997 Sir Tristram - She Might Hula       48     17   23     0(0) $330,539             Hypnotize - 72,875
24   Danske (NZ) 1995 - 1999 Danehill - Our Tristalight                 51     17   24     1(1) $284,997         Dancing Jess - 55,200
25   Spartacus (IRE) 2000 - 2004 Danehill - Teslemi                     52     17   22     1(1) $284,907     Spare a Fortune - 72,875
26   Johar (USA) 1999 - 2005 Gone West - Windsharp                      40     17   21     0(0) $222,151                  Fazzle - 44,850
27   One Cool Cat (USA) 2001 - 2005 Storm Cat - Tacha                   55     17   21     0(0) $207,299           Cool Storm - 34,500
28   Montjeu (IRE) 1996 - 2001 Sadler’s Wells - Floripedes              37     16   23     3(4) $811,775          Wall Street - 399,250
29   My Halo (ARG) 1995 - 2001 Southern Halo - My Swinger               32     16   27     1(1) $303,998              O’Cartier - 66,600
30   His Royal Highness (NZ) 1989 - 1994 Grosvenor - Gem in the Rough   65     15   20     0(0) $222,906             Malachite - 28,760
31   King’s Chapel (AUS) 2000 - 2005 King of Kings - Lower Chapel       36     15   20     1(1) $203,888       King Montrose - 38,300
32   Faltaat (USA) 1990 - 1996 Mr. Prospector - Epitome                 40     14   18     3(3) $491,929 Miss Raggedy Ann - 139,600
33   Shinko King (IRE) 1991 - 1998 Fairy King - Rose of Jericho         46     14   18     1(1) $291,652               Barinka - 50,250
34   Handsome Ransom (AUS) 2000 - 2005 Red Ransom - Bianca Lancia       43     14   17     1(2) $268,813    Rememba Howe - 120,975
35   Generous (IRE) 1988 - 1992 Caerleon - Doff the Derby               33     13   29     1(1) $394,322                 Trilogy - 65,575
36   Towkay (AUS) 1994 - 1999 Last Tycoon - Princess Tracy              57     13   16     0(0) $160,232               Chennai - 28,300
37   Seasoned Star (AUS) 1993 - 2000 Green Desert - Moon’s Circle       36     13   19     0(0) $150,989              All Spice - 32,900
38   Don Eduardo (NZ) 1998 - 2003 Zabeel - Diamond Lover                59     12   17     2(3) $484,551            Booming - 291,250
39   Pyrus (USA) 1998 - 2003 Mr. Prospector - Most Precious             30     12   18     1(1) $349,875                 Spiro - 155,000
40   Elusive City (USA) 2000 - 2004 Elusive Quality - Star of Paris     32     12   18     1(1) $334,350               Dasoudi - 95,900
41   Traditionally (USA) 1997 - 2002 Mr. Prospector - Personal Ensign   54     12   13     2(2) $263,563             Smoulder - 94,000
42   Stark South (USA) 1988 - 1995 Dixieland Band - Miss Stark          35     12   16     0(0) $162,063 Southern Countess - 25,100
43   Colombia (NZ) 1996 - 2000 Zabeel - Eight Carat                     37     12   16     0(0) $140,707        Kid Columbus - 21,875
44   Falkirk (NZ) 2000 - 2006 Tale of the Cat - Madam Valeta            24     11   13     0(0) $102,966        Durham Town - 30,400
45   Redoute’s Choice (AUS) 1996 - 2000 Danehill - Shantha’s Choice     14     10   16     1(5) $486,425         King’s Rose - 378,075
46   Align (AUS) 1996 - 2001 Night Shift - Super Trend                  34     10   14     1(1) $483,075        On the Level - 236,175
47   Fastnet Rock (AUS) 2001 - 2005 Danehill - Piccadilly Circus        13     10   11     0(0) $282,337    Yin Yang Master - 121,375
48   Golan (IRE) 1998 - 2003 Spectrum - Highland Gift                   52     10   10     0(0) $231,940       Castle Heights - 88,700
49   D’Cash (AUS) 1996 - 2001 Danehill - Canny Lass                     26     10   12     0(0) $209,052    Hurricane Mickey - 39,500
50   Sandtrap (USA) 1993 - 1998 Irish River - Timely Reserve            48     10   10     1(1) $193,435          Sandblaster - 46,925

Covering racing in New Zealand, Aug 1 – March 22. Figures by Arion




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