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Plan B for Bobby Dee

Connections of talented three-year-old stayer Bobby Dee are looking to Randwick on Saturday as plan B after the gelding was stranded on the ballot for both the Gr.1 Queensland Derby (2400m) and Gr.2 Brisbane Cup (2400m).

NZ Briefs for 18th June 2019

Steady comeback for Chocante; Tommyra’s main mission undecided; Filly shows Oaks potential;

Marsh using Ruakaka as winter base

Crown Prosecutor will spearhead a squad being sent north by Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh to be temporarily based at Ruakaka.

Walker-Woodworth combination claims first treble

Trainer Mark Walker and jockey Benny Woodworth proved lethal once again after they combined to bring up their first winning treble on Friday night.

Hanger back to winning form at Ruakaka

An inch-perfect ride from Ryan Elliot has seen progressive galloper Hanger return to the winner’s enclosure when successful over 1400m at Ruakaka.

Another possible New Zealand Cup hopeful

Matamata trainer Glenn Old is set to pass on his top stayer Bizzwinkle to Ballarat trainer Patrick Payne, but he believes he could have found another potential staying star in his stable.

NZ Briefs for 10th June 2019

Topliners to miss Hastings Carnival; Staying tests ahead for Italian Lover

Sydney win a thrill for Hawtin

Cambridge-based trainer Brendon Hawtin achieved one of his career goals when lightly raced four-year-old Simply Optimistic scored a decisive victory over 1200m at Royal Randwick on Saturday.

Simply Optimistic up to Sydney challenge

New Zealand sprinter Simply Optimistic has shown he is up to Sydney company with a decisive 1200m-win

Sultan Of Swing back in winning rhythm

Class galloper Sultan of Swing returned to winning form with a vengeance when he dealt to his open-class rivals over 1600m at Te Rapa.

Baker Forsman filly makes winning debut at Te Rapa

Impeccably bred youngster Birdsong made a winning debut for the Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman stable when she led all the way over 1200m in the opening event at Te Rapa.

Cyber Attack to follow winning recipe

Tony Pike believes he has found the recipe for three-year-old success in Queensland and he will begin to follow that formula at Eagle Farm on Saturday when Cyber Attack contests the Listed Daybreak Lover Stakes (1200m).

Family pet fit to resume at Te Rapa

Kenny Rae describes Kaharau, the seven-year-old gelding he co-owns with Mike Harris and Guy Matches, as his family pet.

Bell excited with stable’s prospects

John Bell was missing from the New Zealand training ranks for 13 years, but he’s certainly making up for it.