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The step back up to six furlongs on autumn ground should bring out the best in Gustavus Weston
By Irish Field Contributor on 13 October 2021
Mooneista has been a revelation this season, as a listed and most recently Group 2 winner, rising more than a stone and a half in the ratings
By Irish Field Contributor on 06 September 2021
Joe Murphy's stable star would appreciate rain before Saturday's big race at Haydock
By Irish Field Contributor on 30 August 2021
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His entry in the Champion Sprint Stakes at Ascot on Champions Day is intriguing as cut in the ground would be almost guaranteed
By Andy Bate on 13 August 2021
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Leo Powell thinks that the lightly-raced Gustavus Weston is up to winning at Group 1 level
By Leo Powell on 13 August 2021
The Haydock Sprint Cup is next for the consistent Joe Murphy-trained Equiano gelding
By Irish Field Contributor on 08 August 2021
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The son of New Approach commands the upmost respect heading to the Derby and deserves his prominence in the betting
By Andy Bate on 28 May 2021
Saturday's Group 2 Greenlands Stakes at the Curragh threw up a 14/1 winner
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 May 2021
The recent Group 3 winner joins Zarzyni and Waitingfortheday in the catalogue for the Goffs Champions Sale next Saturday
By Mark Costello on 06 September 2019
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Gustavus Weston is a cleverly named son of Equiano. Leo Powell looks at his breeding
By Leo Powell on 16 August 2019
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