Dubai debut with Comin’ Through

DUBAI: Arguably the best card thus far of the 2019 Dubai World Cup Carnival will take place on Thursday night at Meydan Racecourse, including a top-class field assembled for the evening’s co-featured Group 2 $250,000 Al Fahidi Fort. Chief among the competitors is Australia’s Comin’ Through, who exits a run in the Hong Kong Mile (G1)…

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Comin’ Through settles into Sha Tin

Australia’s lone representative at the Hong Kong International meeting, Comin’ Through, has pleased trainer Chris Waller with his condition. Sydney trainer Chris Waller has made a lightning trip to Hong Kong to check on Comin’ Through ahead of the Group One winner’s bid to topple local star Beauty Generation in the International Mile. Runner-up in…

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Sir Owen Glenn On The Go At Randwick

Sir Owen Glenn’s Go Bloodstock started the spring with a first-time Group double at Randwick. Go Bloodstock has raced numerous Group One winners – Criterion, Monaco Consul, Railings, Headturner, Russian Revolution and Second Coming among them – but was the first Group double on the same day for the leading New Zealand owner and breeder.…

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First horses on Hawkesbury Polytrack

The new Polytrack training surface at Hawkesbury has passed its first test with a soft opening ahead of a full workload. A dozen locally trained horses were given light work-outs on the track on Monday morning. The Brad Widdup-trained Ajani, partnered by track rider Mikey Wade, was the first horse on the synthetic surface. “Feels…

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