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Dittman's sell Keep The Peace for a million

New Zealand-trained Group One winner Keep The Peace has been sold to American interests but will remain under the care of Cambridge trainer Shaun Ritchie for an autumn campaign in Australia.

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Finderskeepers good result for Shand

Prominent horse owner Gerald Shand has a promising sprint star in his grasp, after Finderskeepers recorded an emphatic win at Te Aroha on Wednesday

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New Zealand thoroughbred turnover

New Zealand thoroughbred turnover for the period ending November 21st

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Selections preview for Te Aroha

Good footing for Wednesday meeting

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Karaka quinella in Counties Cup

A feature day of racing on the Pukekohe calendar, Counties Cup day, provided a string of pin-up performances, including the Group 2 DHL Counties Cup (2100m)

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More success for Able One

New Zealand Bloodstock graduate Able One romped home to win the Group 2 Cathay Pacific Jockey Club Mile (1600m) with ease at Sha Tin on Sunday.

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Listed sprint win for Italian Princess

With speed to burn, Italian Princess took her record to five wins from eight starts with a tough victory in the Counties Bowl on Saturday

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Selections preview for Te Rapa

Sunday meeting for Cambridge Jockey Club

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Counties Cup to Tinseltown

The top weight of 57kg failed to prevent Tinseltown from running out a strong winner of the Group II Counties Cup at Pukekohe on Saturday

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Group II Breeders to Obsession

Frank Ritchie trained his second group two winner in a week when Obsession got home under a great ride by Matthew Cameron in the Breeders Stakes at Pukekohe on Saturday

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Miss Upstart does a Lion Tamer

Lion Tamer won the Murdoch Newell Stakes on debut as a two-year-old with a storming finish, and Miss Upstart also staged a big run to win the race at Pukekohe on Saturday

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Selections preview for Pukekohe and Tauherenikau

Two North Island meetings on Saturday

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Karaka Ready to Run Sale statistics

New Zealand Bloodstock's 2010 Ready to Run Sale concluded at Karaka on Wednesday with the full set of results now available.

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New Zealand thoroughbred turnover

New Zealand thoroughbred turnover for the period ending November 14th, 2010

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Rampant gives Lowry 100th

Now training in partnership with Grant Cullen, Hastings horseman Guy Lowry recorded his 100th training success on Thursday at Rotorua when Rampant won stylishly

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Selections preview for Rotorua

Thursday meeting on good footing

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Spicey Miss very promising

Trained by Murray and Bjorn Baker, Postponed filly Spicey Miss is likely to be given an Oaks preparation following an impressive Maiden win at Rotorua

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Steady trade concludes bumper offering at 2010 Karaka Ready to Run

A day of steady trade concluded the 2010 Ready to Run Sale of 2YOs on Wednesday at Karaka, with good demand reflected in an improvement on Tuesday's results.

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$340,000 colt tops Ready to Run Sale Day 1

The $340,000 colt by Fusaichi Pegasus at Lot 52 provided an early highlight to an otherwise mixed day's trade on Day 1 of New Zealand Bloodstock's 2010 Ready to Run Sale of 2YOs on Tuesday at Karaka.

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Greg Purcell appointed NZTR Chief Executive

The Board of New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing has appointed Greg Purcell to the position of Chief Executive.

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