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Monday and Tuesday form

Sunday night’s meetings include France’s Aix-Les-Baines, South Africa’s Turffontein, UK’s Hexham, Pontefract, Worcester and Ireland’s Gowran Park - Monday’s meetings include Scone. Mildura

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Sunday form

Sunday’s meetings include Japan’s Hanshin, Wagga, Ballarat, Rockhampton, Coonamble, Korea's Seoul, Hong Kong’s Sha Tin, Singapore’s Kranji, France’s Aix-Les-Baines, South Africa’s Turffontein, UK’s Hexham, Pontefract, Worcester and Ireland’s Gowran Park.

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Raceday wagering review

The wagering review of Saturday's fixed odds betting for races at Doomden, Randwick and Flemington - Champagne Cuddles ($5.50-$6) attracted good money in the Tatt's Tiara and actually was the most popular runner in the race in front of Prompt Response - Bjorn Baker's filly was responsible for 28 percent of the market while Prompt Response held 18 percent.

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Prompt Response wins final Group 1 of season in Tatt's Tiara

Co-trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott are hopeful of receiving a call from slot owners in the $13 million The Everest at Randwick in October following Prompt Response’s Group 1 breakthrough in the Tatt’s Tiara at Doomben on Saturday

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Weatherley claims first Sydney win

New Zealand apprentice Sam Weatherley won his first race in Sydney at his second ride with the Danny Williams trained She Knows in the $100,000, Turf Drain Australia Bm 81 Handicap (1000m).

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Divine Unicorn a stayer of the future says Dunn

Trainer Matt Dunn will weigh up all options for exciting staying prospect Divine Unicorn following his convincing win in the Tattersall’s Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

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The thinking was right for I Thought So

I Thought So under Glyn Schofield excelled in the Elite Haulage Handicap (1200m) at Randwick on Saturday with the four-year-old So You Think gelding winning for the first time since March 2017 and stepping up from two successive placings.

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Nature Strip a natural star

Questions hung in the air as a fractious Nature Strip jumped from the gates at Flemington on Saturday, but few remained barely a minute later after the boom three-year-old nudged the 1100-metre track record.

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Mason's Chance betters Winx' feat in Battle of the Bush

Mason’s Chance is the new country champion after the gelding bettered a feat held jointly by the world’s best galloper Winx in winning the inaugural Battle Of The Bush Final at Doomben on Saturday.

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Hyeronimus and Plymouth Road (NZ) travel with ease

A typically well-judged ride by Adam Hyeronimus earned the Matthew Smith trained Plymouth Road (NZ) his first win since February 2017 when making light work of the Evergreen Turf Bm 82 Handicap (2400m) at Randwick on Saturday.

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Two wins in succession for Dio D'Oro

Warwick Farm’s Gary Portelli’s recent run of two-year-old winners smoothly carried on at Randwick on Saturday with Dio D’Oro winning his second in succession when taking the Living Turf Handicap (1200m).

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