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Rider a happy man after dual stakes success at Hastings

If smiling were an Olympic sport, then Milan Park principal Tony Rider would most likely have had a gold medal hanging around his neck on Saturday evening.

62 for Kodiac

Umm Kulthum lands Firth Of Clyde Fillies’ Stakes

Locals land massive upset in Tarzino

Hastings trainer John Bary has saddled plenty of big-race winners on home soil, but none with the shock factor of Callsign Mav’s $82 boilover in Saturday’s Gr.1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m).

Sir Patrick sweet on promising filly

Iconic breeding and racing personality Sir Patrick Hogan has another promising filly on his hands.

Spring Carnival opener brings a grin to Wheeler

There will be an uncommon sight on the first day of the Hawke’s Bay Spring Carnival at Hastings on Saturday – jumpers.

Frankel chalks up 59th stakes winner

Majestic Noor lands John Musker Fillies’ Stakes

Newmarket crowd pilot remains on course for next week

Constructive discussions’ continue in regard to smaller trial at Warwick on Monday.

McNab finds winning groove at Ellerslie

A lengthy spell away from the racetrack to revitalise both his mind and body appears to have worked for talented jockey Michael McNab as he picked up his first victory on Saturday since making his return to raceday riding this month.

Stakes round up

21 for Tavistock with Travimyfriend landing the Sofitel Handicap while Bradbury's Luck sires his tenth stakes winner.

NZ Briefs for 11th September 2020

Demand for Almanzor youngsters continues; Winning debut for Sacred Falls filly; Track a concern for Bumper Blast

Quality Road filly leads the way

Well-bred yearling makes US$1.5 million at Fasig-Tipton’s opening session on Wednesday

NZ Brief's for 10th September 2020

New NZB Ready to Run Sale Trainer Series; Flemington challenge for Toffee Tongue; Asano looking forward to more time on Beach; Cadenabbia breaks through in Sydney

Generation triumphs as racegoers make brief return at Doncaster

St Leger fixture will be completed without crowds as pilot is halted.

Cadenabbia gets off the mark

Well-bred Redoute’s Choice colt scores at Canterbury