NZ racing shutdown allows Krug freshener

KRUG TO BOUNCE BACK FROM BAD BLOOD COUNT By Jeff Scott An enforced month NZ racing layoff due to the world-wide covid 19 epademic will be a timely freshening opportunity for exciting juvenile Krug, who under-performed slightly when fourth on a good trip in a Garrards Sires Stakes Heat at Addington last Friday. “It transpires…

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Old firm reunites for Bracelet heat

JACK TRAINOR TAKES REINS BEHIND DR SUSAN IN BATHURST BRACELET HEAT By Jeff Scott Senior Kentuckiana Lodge trainer Cran Dalgety is excited to renew a long association with former stable junior, and for the last seven years, NSW-domiciled driver, Jack Trainor. “Anthony (Butt) is carrying a delayed driving suspension into Monday (ironically from driving Dr…

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Filip for Amazem speculators

AMAZEM’S RELATIVE WINS GROUP THREE NZ KINDERGARTEN STAKES Kentuckiana Lodge speculators who secured a piece of recent NZ Bloodstock Yearling sales buy, Amazem, would be bouyed by the latest Group success by the maternal side of the family in the NZ Kindergarten Stakes at Wyndham on Saturday, March 14. Victory went to the Allstars pacer,…

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Good Dr chases Gr 3 Gold Bracelet

DR SUSAN STAYS IN NSW FOR $100,000 GOLD BRACELET By Jeff Scott Cran Dalgety’s masterstroke placement in Australia of classy filly Dr Susan will continue in the upcoming Group Three $A100,000 Bathurst Gold Bracelet Final on Saturday, March 28. Heats for the three-year-old fillies Bracelet will commence at Bathurst on Monday March 23. “She’s paid…

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Four from four Thursday-Friday

STABLE CONTINUES GOOD STRIKE RATE The Kentuckiana Lodge team had a 100-percent starters to winners ratio with four runners at Forbury and Auckland on March 5-6. The top strike rate start to the weekend was highlighted by Krug’s Group One win in the $96,000 Breckon Farms Young Guns Cardigan Bay Stakes at Auckland. The easy…

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Krug delivers in Young Guns Final

Krug secures first Group One Promising juvenile Krug continued his impressive run of form on Friday night when taking out the Gr.1 Breckon Farms Young Guns Cardigan Bay Stakes (1700m) at Alexandra Park on Friday night. It was the first victory at elite-level for the son of Bettor’s Delight and took his tally three wins…

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Stylish Memphis rewarded in NSW Oaks

DR SUSAN FOURTH AFTER BURNING EARLY WIDE, THEN TRAILING IF you wanted a Cinderella story, it arrived in spades in tonight’s $200,000 John Gibson Memorial NSW Oaks at Tabcorp Park Menangle. That’s because the winner of this classic race for three-year-old fillies was Stylish Memphis, after a superb drive from champion New Zealand horseman Mark…

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Susan, Memphis, Maajida, win Oaks Hts

DR SUSAN LOOKING TO EMULATE GRAND-DAM, SPARKS A FLYIN Dr Susan will be looking emulate her grand-dam, 2001 NSW Oaks winner Sparks A Flyin, if she can win next Saturday’s $200,000 John Gibson New South Wales Oaks Final. The improving Bettor’s Delight-Safredra filly again did everything asked of her across the Tasman in the second…

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