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Dream double for Walker

Reigning Singapore champion trainer Mark Walker snared two victories when racing resumed following a three-month Covid-19 interruption on Saturday at Kranji Racecourse in Singapore.

Sweet victory for impressive maiden winner

An impressive victory over 900m at the Ellerslie trials last month indicated Sweet Molly Malone was a strong winning chance at the venue on Saturday and so it proved as she dashed away in the home straight to register a comfortable two and a quarter length victory in a maiden 1200m contest.

Shoshone shines in Ellerslie victory

Talented three-year-old Shoshone was back to her best as she registered a comprehensive performance to win fresh-up over 1200m at Ellerslie on Saturday.

Wet track test for Jakkalbomb

Group Three performer Jakkalbomb will be able to answer the question of whether she can handle a heavy track when she contests the Barfoot & Thompson Body Corporate 1200 at Ellerslie on Saturday.

Return of Winter Cup continues Riccarton’s rebound

The last few weeks have put a spring in the step of the team at Riccarton Park.

Marsh team ramping up

Stephen Marsh has his bases covered this weekend as the only trainer in the country to have runners at all three galloping meetings.

Schofer back on the horse

Weight, it’s the bane of many jockeys’ existence, and late last year it became a bit too much for talented apprentice Hazel Schofer.

Family affair for Morell

It was a true family affair for local trainer John Morell at Te Rapa on Saturday.

Tellyawhat scores for Sharrock at Te Rapa

Visiting Taranaki trainer Allan Sharrock struck gold with his first runner following the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown when Tellyawhat notched an impressive victory at Te Rapa.

Richards brings up first solo century

Te Akau trainer Jamie Richards brought up his first century of training wins in New Zealand in his own right after Bak Da Master scored in the first race at Awapuni on Saturday.

Changing of the guard at Rogerson stable

The search is on for a new Team Rogerson stable star after the retirement of Ferrando, who will shortly begin a stud career.

Cole seeking more glory at Te Rapa

Matamata horseman Cody Cole already has a win on the board since the resumption of racing and he is hoping to strike again while the iron is hot.

Opie welcomes new challenge

The training partnership of Keith and Gavin Opie will officially come to an end at the end of the month with Gavin taking over the reins come the new season.

Wiles puts his faith in Warrior

Dean Wiles is making every post a winner from his new Cambridge base.