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The Group II and III MRC Blue Diamond Preludes were run at Caulfield on Saturday with Nicconi filly Concealer and Star Witness colt Star Turn finishing runner-up in the fillies and colts divisions. The Tony McEvoy trained Concealer was a brilliant winner on debut back in the spring of the Group III VRC Emirates Airlines […][ Read More ]
Racing away for an easy four length win at Moonee Valley on Friday night was three year-old Sebring filly Catch a Fire, a $40,000 Magic Millions purchase Roy Higgins & Wylie Dalziel Racing from the draft of Widden Stud. Prepared by David Hayes and Tom Dabernig, Catch a Fire last seen when closing fast for […][ Read More ]
The first runner in Tasmania for champion Sydney trainer Chris Waller was a winner on Monday with talented Sebring filly Sebring Sally capturing the Listed TRC Strutt Stakes. Super consistent since resuming from a spell to run second at Warwick Farm on January 7, Sebring Sally was placed at Moonee Valley and Warwick Farm at […][ Read More ]
Champion trainer Gai Waterhouse elected to bypass the Group III ATC Widden Stakes with exciting filly Global Glamour in favour of a maiden event at Kembla, which the daughter of Star Witness duly won by daylight. An eye-catching winner at the Randwick trials on January 12, Global Glamour made a mess of her rivals at […][ Read More ]