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Hypnotize completes Great Northern hat-trick

With his customary storming finish, Hypnotize became only the second horse in history to win the Great Northern Steeplechase three times, at Ellerslie on Saturday

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Protest favours Mount Sinai in hurdles

The Anne Browne-trained Mount Sinai gained victory in the Great Northern Hurdles by way of protest at Ellerslie on Saturday

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Selections preview for Ellerslie and Wanganui

Heavy11 rated footing at both northern venues on Saturday

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Vosne Romanee New Zealand Horse of the Year

Vosne Romanee was crowned Mercedes Horse of the Year at New Zealands annual Mercedes Thoroughbred Racing Awards for the 2009-10 season.

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Goldmist rising through grades

Goldmist, a grandson of group one winning mare Seamist, continued his march at Waverley on Thursday

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New chairman for New Zealand Equine Industry Training Organisation

The New Zealand Equine Industry Training Organisation (NZ EqITO) announced o Thursday that Campbell Moncur has been appointed its new Chairman.

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Selections preview for Waverley

Thursday meeting preview

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Paeroa abandoned

Following the abandonment of racing at Paeroa today, a new meeting has been scheduled for Sunday September 5

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Riccarton meeting transferred to Ashburton

The Canterbury Jockey Club meeting scheduled for Riccarton Park on Friday 3 September has been transferred to the Ashburton Racing Club

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Kiwi steals the show in NZB Memsie Stakes

Fittingly New Zealand Bloodstock graduate So You Think proved too good in the Group 2 New Zealand Bloodstock Memsie Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield on Saturday.

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Breslin smells victory by a nose

Not once but twice did horses trained by Mike Breslin, Klose and Tickles, get home by the barest margin at Hastings on Saturday

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First group one to Keep The Peace

The Mudgway Partsworld Stakes provided the first group one race for the new season in New Zealand, and it went the way of Oaks winning filly Keep The Peace

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NZB sponsors Memsie Stakes clash

New Zealand Bloodstock's first sponsorship of the season takes place at Caulfield on Saturday with an epic clash in the Group 2 New Zealand Bloodstock Memsie Stakes (1400m)

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Peter McKay stable wins four

The highly-respected stable of Matamata trainer Peter McKay gained an ideal start to the new season with four wins at Ruakaka on Wednesday, while jockey Samantha Spratt emulated the feat with four winning rides

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Selections preview for Ruakaka

Cloudy and Dead5 with rain forecast

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New Zealand thoroughbred turnover

New Zealand thoroughbred turnover for the period ending August 22nd, 2010

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Ten from ten for Better Than Ever

Karaka Premier Sale graduate Better Than Ever has returned to the race track in better form than ever, romping home to win the S$200,000 Group 3 Jumbo Jet Trophy on Sunday at Kranji.

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Interprovincial dominance by Beau Dane

A race unique to the Taranaki Racing Club, the Interprovincial, was won in dominant fashion by Beau Dane on Saturday at New Plymouth

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Plan on for Southern Countess

The plan to have Southern Countess in the Great Northern Hurdles took a step in the right direction after she won at Ellerslie on Saturday

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Selections preview for Ellerslie and New Plymouth

Two North Island meetings on Saturday

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