Woodsville On Top Of His Game Says Kersley

Oakford trainer Brian Kersley believes Woodsville shows no signs of training off and is optimistic the rising 10-year-old can boost his Bunbury Cup (2200m) plans on Sunday. Woodsville, in work since last November, has been placed at his past four starts and lines-up in a field of nine in the Bull & Bush Tavern Cup…

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Assetro All Class

Adam Durrant’s big opinion of Assetro was validated when the exciting filly underlined her class to rebound and win the Tabtouch Plate (1100m) at Ascot on Saturday. The Blackfriars two-year-old was a brilliant winner on debut in January, but struck trouble when she was held up and ran third as the hot favourite a fortnight…

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Hossell’s Esperance Cup Redemption

For trainer, Jane Hossell, Sunday’s Freight Lines Group Esperance Cup (2030m) with Dark Shot is about redemption. A year ago Hossell believed Dark Shot was a genuine chance to win the Esperance Cup. Her confidence sky high after the Musket gelding won four races from five starts including a hat trick last January. However, right…

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Party Time For Jordan

Trainer Paul Jordan didn’t think she could win and punters virtually ignored her, but outsider Party Night proved the doubters wrong with an upset win in the Penang Turf Club Trophy (1000m) at Ascot on Saturday. One of three runners in the race for Jordan, Party Night rebounded to post her first career win after…

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It almost made me depressed

Capel trainer Paul Roberts is hoping his patience can be rewarded when Just Act Natural lines up in the Listed Chaff City Pinjarra Classic (1300m) on Sunday. Pinjarra’s premier $120,000 sprint race marks the return of Just Act Natural, five months past the gelding’s last race and Robert’s original plans. Just Act Natural resumes since…

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