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Charge in charge in posting his maiden success

Qatar Bloodstock, Chris Waller and Zoustar all featured in the first in Sydney’s midweek meeting at Warwick Farm when running one-two with Charge (by Zoustar) and Altair (by Zoustar).

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Wyong Race Club's new starting gates arrive

Wyong has taken delivery of a new 16-horse Steriline Platinum set of starting gates.

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Rosehill Course Proper gallop for Winx

The Chris Waller trained world champion mare Winx galloped on the Course Proper at Rosehill on Tuesday morning in another step towards her new campaign.

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Group 1 winning jockey Nick Hall retires

Dual Caulfield Cup-winning jockey Nick Hall has officially retired from race riding

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Freedman-Godolphin link continues

The Anthony Freedman stable can look into the near future with some enthusiasm and it's not just because they have two prized contenders in Shoals and Santa Ana Lane being readied for the $13 million The Everest in October.

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Maher, Eustace form training partnership

Caulfield Cup-winning trainer Ciaron Maher has entered into a training partnership with David Eustace, effective from the 2018-19 season onwards.

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Track conditions, form and scratchings for Warwick Farm

Track conditions, form and scratchings for Warwick Farm

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The Rosehill Timeform Wrap: July 28

The Rosehill Timeform recap featuring a race by race overview of key performers and ones to watch out of the nine race program on July 28 - in a Sydney racing season dominated by Chris Waller, it was only fitting the leading Rosehill trainer wrapped up 2017/18 with four winners - plus the Bletchingly Stakes

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VCAT reserves Hopes' cobalt decision

The long-running cobalt case involving trainers Lee and Shannon Hope is still without a resolution, after final submissions were made to the Victorian Civil Administrative Tribunal on Monday.

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Hawkesbury's Brad Widdup racks up half a century

Brad Widdup modestly says “it’s only a number” - but the Hawkesbury horseman can be extremely proud of his achievement of notching 50 winners in his first full season of training.

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Damian Lane rests after title win

Victorian jockey Damian Lane has taken an early finish to the racing season but the 24-year-old will have plenty to celebrate as he rests up for the Victorian Spring Carnival after clinching the title as Australia's most successful stakes race rider.

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Nine nominated for Missile Stakes

A select group of nine have been nominated for the $200,000, Group 2 WFA Missile Stakes (1200m) at Randwick on Saturday headed by Godolphin’s Group 1 Randwick Guineas winner Kementari - nominations are extended until Tuesday

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Harron locks in Vega Magic for The Everest

Inaugural The Everest winning slot-holder James Harron has locked in Vega Magic for the 2018 installment.

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Collett and blinkers help Mister Sea Wolf put best foot forward

The application of blinkers and a perfectly judged Jason Collett ride witnessed Mister Sea Wolf (by Amadeus Wolf) register his maiden victory in Australia when landing the $150,000, Listed, Winter Challenge (1500m) at Rosehill Gardens in Sydney.

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Weir: None faster than Nature Strip

Darren Weir says Nature Strip is the fastest horse in the country, but the master trainer still managed to find some faults in the horse's blistering performance in the UBET Lightning Stakes (1050m) at Morphettville on Saturday

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Raceday wagering review

The wagering review of Saturday's fixed odds betting for races at Rosehill, Caulfield, Lightning Stakes and an Everest market update - Nature Strip missed the kick but it mattered little as he cantered to a Lightning Stakes win - $1.55 into $1.45 but drifted late to close $1.55 favourite - held 50% of the money for the win

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Vega's Magic Everest audition

If it was an audition his trainer David Hayes wanted, then Vega Magic surely delivered - as one of the main hopefuls for the remaining three spots in the country's richest race, the $13million The Everest in October, Vega Magic needed to strike his best form in Saturday’s Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield.

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Zedinator a shock Weir winner

As usual, Darren Weir was seemingly winning races everywhere on Saturday, but even the master trainer couldn’t predict some of the results.

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Versatile Sense warms up for National bid

Self Sense continued his transformation into one of racing's most versatile gallopers when the million dollar earner and jumps racing star carried top weight to victory on the flat at Caulfield on Saturday.

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Grunt bossed in Caulfield gallop

Mick Price has often stressed that his group 1 Guineas winners Mighty Boss and Grunt are vastly different types of horses and so it appeared when the pair galloped between races at Caulfield on Saturday.

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