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A Sydney Cup berth is starting to look a longshot for Cambridge stayer Pacorus but his odds of making the trans-Tasman trip could shorten with an emphatic win in Saturday's Drymix Cement Bay of Plenty Cup (2100m) at Tauranga.
Reliable Man was a multiple Group One winner during his illustrious racing career and he could be in line for early top-flight stallion honours following a stylish victory from a first crop daughter at Trentham.
The achievement of a well executed plan is certainly cause to celebrate so there was little wonder that Aucklander John Carter was feeling a little worse for wear less than 24 hours after enjoying his first Group One win on Australian soil.
Co-trainer Graeme Rogerson believes a recent trip away for racing on the east coast circuit around Gisborne and Wairoa has been the making of Saturday’s impressive Hawera maiden winner Make Me Achiever.
The eye-catching run of Peaky Blinders to win a Rating 65 Benchmark 1400m event at Ellerslie on New Zealand Derby day ignited interest across the Tasman and the four-year-old is likely to do his future racing in Melbourne.
The domination of the South Island summer three-year-old features by the John & Karen Parsons trained pair of Residential and Starvoia continued at Wingatui on Saturday when the duo combined to quinella the Listed NZB Insurance Stakes (1400m).
Punters who invested heavily on the mounts of jockey Opie Bosson at Ellerslie on Saturday were well rewarded with the man from Matamata claiming four wins on the day including the major prize, the Gr. 1 Vodafone New Zealand Derby on Gingernuts.
The red-hot Te Akau Racing team added another major trophy to their already bulging summer cabinet when progressive sprinter Splurge scored a telling victory in the Gr. 3 Darley Plate (1200m) at Ellerslie.
The Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman training juggernaut landed the first “black type” feature on the Ellerslie programme today when rugged filly Eleonora emphasised her quality with a fighting performance to take out the McKee Family sponsored Gr. 3 Sunline Vase (2100m).
The New Zealand-bred Tarzino will be the first and one of the very best sons of the Group One producer Tavistock to retire to stud when he returns to his homeland to begin the second phase of his career.
Peter and Dawn Williams will get a line on their Gr.1 New Zealand Oaks prospects when they saddle talented fillies Veearma and Madam Woo in Saturday's Gr.3 McKee Family Sunline Vase (2100m) at Ellerslie