Noske Changes Salorski Plans

Jeff Noske’s high opinion of Salorski was given another boost after the up and coming three-year-old maintained his unbeaten status with a pulsating win in the Auto Classic BMW Trophy (1200m). In a Noske sibling finish, Salorski, ridden by Jarrad, led and held on determinedly to defeat the fast-finishing Precious Memories, ridden by sister Jerry,…

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Gangemi To Continue Hot Form

Eleven Seconds and Three Votes look standouts to continue Chris Gangemi’s hot Ascot form on Saturday. Eleven Seconds is on trial for the Pinjarra and Bunbury Cups in the James Boag’s Premium Handicap (2200m). The bay gelding was a brilliant last-start winner at Ascot on January 21 when he led and defeated Gatting by three…

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Run Liam Run’s Perth Bid

Lynne Kiddle is hoping to take a line through Settlers Creek when Run Liam Run tackles the Fifth Leg Handicap (1500m) at Ascot on Saturday. Following a run of five runner-up finishes Settlers Creek finally got the monkey off his back with a welcome victory over Rosmartini last week. After four city placings including a…

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Match Race Falls Flat

The hyped match race between Arrogate and California Chrome in the $US12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational (1 1/8 miles) failed to materialise at Gulfstream Park on Saturday. Arrogate was being eased towards the finish of the Pegasus World Cup. Photo: Gulfstream Park Arrogate marginally started favourite ahead of California Chrome, however the race as…

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Kersley’s Divine Win

Fred Kersley produced a training triumph when he breathed new life into widely-travelled six-year-old Divine Calling who posted an upset win in the Scenic Blast Stakes (1200m) at Ascot on Saturday. Capping an outstanding day for comeback jockey, Dan Staeck, Divine Calling, who started at $12, launched a strong finishing burst from fourth on the…

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