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RACING - Queabeyan, Sunday Print

Bruadar likes deep end

By Tony White

Swimming has proved the elixir to maintain Bruadar’s zest for racing.

Now a ten-year-old, the gelding takes to the water like Kieren Perkins suggests Nowra trainer Robert Price.

“He’s as spritely as ever. He dives in the water and swims like Kieren Perkins,” Price said. “He’d overtake you in the boat if he could and pull you along.”

Last Updated on Friday, 24 October 2014 13:01
RACING - Albury, Saturday Print

Much on line for Mitchell Road

By Tony White

Albury tomorrow marks an important step in the future career of promising four-year-old Mitchell Road.

Wagga trainer Chris Heywood has in the back on his mind attempting to qualify Mitchell Road for the $300,000 country event during The Championships at Royal Randwick during the autumn carnival.

“It all depends on what he does Saturday,” Heywood said. “I’ve got the Championships in mind for him. I think he’s a promising type.

Last Updated on Friday, 24 October 2014 12:59
RACING - Armidale, Saturday Print

Memphis Mafia freshens up

By Tony White

Family pride goes on the line when Tamworth trainer Lesley Jeffriess saddles up Memphis Mafia at Armidale on Saturday.

The six-year-old Elvstroem mare, who resumes in the St Kilda Hotel Benchmark 55 Hcp (1100m), is raced by a syndicate headed by Jeffriess daughter Rebecca Baldock and includes her niece Sonja Reid and golfing partner, Norma Jurd.

Memphis Mafia hasn’t raced for 137 days since her eighth to Pauline’s Passion over 1400m at Tamworth on June 10.

Last Updated on Friday, 24 October 2014 12:57
RACING: Taree, Friday Print

Winning Attitude Pays

By Tony White

Gary Truran, the owner of Krambach Cup competitor Attitude Pays, is no stranger to success at Taree.

In 2012 Truran, who owns Wyong Smash Repairs, had the pleasure of winning the Taree Cup with The Paymaster who recorded 11 wins during his career.

Tomorrow at the same track Truran will be hoping lightly raced eight-year-old gelding Attitude Pays can give him another cup success in the $20,000 Krambach Cup (1600m).

Last Updated on Thursday, 23 October 2014 14:39
RACING: Muswellbrook, Tuesday Print

Merurian on the way up: Trainer

By Tony White

Scone trainer Greg Bennett describes Lonhro gelding Merurian, who lines up at Muswellbrook Tuesday, as “a nice horse moving forward.”

The lightly raced three-year-old tackles the www.Muswellbrookraceclub Class 1 Hcp over 1450m.

This is Bennett’s first preparation with the gelding after beginning his career with David Vandyke at Warwick Farm where he registered a Nowra maiden win from four starts.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 October 2014 05:15
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