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Winners of the Lightning Stakes have a great record at the Royal meeting. Will the 2020 winner make the trip to Britain?
By Stuart McCormick on 21 February 2020
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"He is right up there with the best I’ve ridden" was the opinion of jockey Opie Bosson - an Australian campaign is now planned
By Stuart McCormick on 14 February 2020
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Jockey Tom Marquand made a big impression during his spell riding down under
By Stuart McCormick on 14 February 2020
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The colt made a decisive break on his rivals to win by a half-length over the Japanese-bred Fierce Impact and the Irish-bred pair of Kings Will Dream and Fifty Stars
By Stuart McCormick on 14 February 2020
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The young rider then had a fall later in the day but suffered no serious injuries. In other news, last year's Everest winner Yes Yes Yes has been retired to stand at Coolmore in 2020
By Stuart McCormick on 07 February 2020
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All eyes were focused on New Zealand as the National Yearling Sales and Karaka million races took place last weekend
By Stuart McCormick on 31 January 2020
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The former John Murphy-trained gelding is being pointed for some top level races
By Stuart McCormick on 24 January 2020
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Stuart McCormick recounts an eventful 2019 in Australia where the year will forever remembered as the last year Winx ran
By Stuart McCormick on 27 December 2019
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Stuart McCormick picks out the most notable points over the last year in Australia
By Stuart McCormick on 27 December 2019
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Ridden by Steven Parnham for his father Neville, the Playing God filly got up to beat Johnny Allen on Gailo Chop
By Stuart McCormick on 13 December 2019
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