Donegal Kahlum for WA Oaks

DONEGAL KAHLUM JOINS GREG BOND IN WA Southland Oaks runnerup Donegal Kahlum has joined the West Australian stables of Greg and Skye Bond in time to target the $A150,000 West Australian Oaks at Gloucester Park on May 8. Kentuckiana Lodge trainer Cran Dalgety said he would have loved to have continued racing her here but…

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Christen Me rates 1:54.6 in ffa

CHRISTEN ME WINS ON TOUGHEST TRIP IN ADDINGTON FREE-FOR-ALL Hot favourite and two-time Grand Circuit pacing champion Christen Me overcame a parked trip on a 1:54.6 mile rate to win win again at Addington on Friday, March 27. There was only a head in it at the finish of the $25,000 The Gordon Roxburgh Free-For-All,…

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Donegal Kahlum fine after wasp attack

PROMISING FILLY RECOVERS FROM WASP STINGS Donegal Kahlum has seemingly recovered from a freakish wasp attack after her track record 1:54.9 mile for a three-year-old pacing filly at Winton last Saturday. “It was one of those things that was a million-to-one chance of happening,” said trainer Cran Dalgety. “She was being led into the swab…

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Donegal Kahlum runs 1:54.9 mile second-up

It was mission accomplished for promising Bettor’s Delight filly Donegal Kahlum with a 1:54.9 winning mile mark at Winton on Saturday, March 14. West Melton trainer Cran Dalgety, and the filly’s owner, wife Chrissie Dalgety, sent her to Winton for a chance at a useful mile mark. She exceeded expectations, breaking Miss McIvor’s Winton 3YO…

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Addington business as usual for Dexter & Cran

DEXTER WINS FOUR, INCLUDING KENTUCKIANA LODGE DOUBLE, AT ADDINGTON World champion driver Dexter Dunn celebrated a return to Addington Raceway with a four-win haul at the Timaru Harness Racing Club’s meeting on Thursday, March 12. Dexter continued his whirlwind form, just under two weeks after securing the world title in Australia and less than a…

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Auckland Cup victory wraps up 2nd Grand Circuit

CHRISTEN ME, 2015 AUCKLAND CUP & BACK-TO-BACK AUSTRALASIAN GRAND CIRCUIT CHAMPION Auckland Cup champ Christen Me was excited to be back in his own paddock at Kentuckiana Lodge on Sunday morning. Trainer Cran Dalgety reported the glamour pacer flew back into Christchurch on Saturday night, ending nearly three months of competion to wrap up back-to-back…

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Adore Me becomes world’s fastest mare

CHRISTEN ME’S CLOSE RELATIVE BECOMES FASTEST MARE IN THE WORLD _ 1:47.7 (1609m). If Natalie Rasmussen set out to make Tabcorp Park Menangle her own today with three successive winners, she was overshadowed by one of the greatest pacers ever seen in the Southern Hemisphere. . . . And one of the greatest race-winning performances…

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