CLAIRVOYANCE BACK ON TRACK

Darren McAuliffe believes Clairvoyance can surge through the remainder of her campaign after a confidence-boosting victory at Pinjarra two weeks ago. Following a couple of indifferent performances, the Nostradamus mare was back on top of her game after fighting back from serious injury and illness. Redisplaying her customary speed and strength out in front, Clairvoyance…

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SNICKERDOODLEDANDY BACK FOR PINJARRA CLASSIC

Goldfront’s Sue Olive is optimistic Snickerdoodledandy can pocket another win when she returns to WA racing on the weekend. Snickerdoodledandy is back on her old stomping ground once again and lines up in Sunday’s Listed Pinjarra Classic (1300m). Olive trusts her decision to extend Snickerdoodledandy’s racing career before she’s retired to stud will reap handy…

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SAINTORIO PLEASES MILLER

Lark Hill trainer Stephen Miller is very much liking the way his talented juvenile Saintorio is going about his business. The Oratorio gelding banked another win on Saturday to stamp his claims for rich two-year-old races that loom in the next couple of months. Saintorio let down strongly after jockey Shaun McGruddy found cover from…

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New Date – Yearling Showcase

NEW DATE! YEARLING Showcase WHERE: Magic Millions Auditorium, Dale Road, Middle Swan WHEN: 4pm Friday, 18 February A short parade of yearlings accompanied by canapes and refreshments. Followed by the Own The Dream Grand Finale! Please RSVP for catering purposes to info@tbwa.net.au or call 92779880 Trainers and Syndicators are invited to remain at the complex…

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ROKANORI DELIVERS ON DEBUT

Rokanori is a colt going places, according to trainer, Grant Williams. The son of Awesome Rock made his long awaited debut at Belmont on Wednesday and delivered on expectations in the Western Racepix Maiden (1200m). Sitting outside of the leader, Rokanori finished the race off strongly and defeated Pennys Afield by ¾ of a length…

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MAGIC MILLIONS CHAMPION HEADS EAST

Sheeza Belter is set to join the Peter and Paul Snowden stable in Sydney. The Gold Standard filly underlined her promise with a breathtaking win in the Magic Millions WA 2YO Classic (1200m) at Pinjarra on Sunday. Coming from near last, Sheeza Belter launched a blistering run to score by one length and gave trainer…

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DICKSON’S MAMA FLAGS OAKS POTENTIAL.

Trainer Summer Dickson left Belmont Park today (Wednesday) with a spring in her step after promising filly Mama Tembu made the perfect introduction to her racing career. The three-year-old created a big impression on debut when she charged home from near last position at the turn to take out the Morley Growers Market Maiden (1200m).…

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