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RACING: Wagga, Tuesday Print

LOOKING TO SANTA

By Tony White

Life Of Reilly can provide the perfect early Christmas gift for his owners by winning Tuesday’s Ted Ryder Cup at Wagga.

The five-year-old is one horse who will come into calculations should the forecast rain arrive before race time.

Two starts back, Life Of Reilly carried 61 kilograms to win in wet conditions and on Tuesday will carry the minimum of 54 kilograms.

Last Updated on Sunday, 21 December 2014 18:51
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RACING: Albury, Saturday Print

SHOOTING FOR CASH

By Tony White

It’s likely to be drinks all round if Cash No Receipt can win Saturday’s Pogson Cronin Solicitors Class 1 Hcp (1400m) at Albury.

Trained by Gary Colvin at Wagga the seven-year-old gelding is owned and bred by the Barnhill family who own the William Farrer Hotel at Wagga.

“If he can win, maybe they’ll shout me a beer,” joked Colvin. “He’s been very consistent this campaign. He should be in the firing line.”

Last Updated on Friday, 19 December 2014 15:17
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RACING: Moruya, Sunday Print

Gamble's dollar coin

By Tony White

Imagine getting a racehorse that cost just $1 if you could win a race with him?

That’s the amazing scenario with Moruya trainer Debi-Lee Saxton and five-year-old gelding Lighthouse.

Lighthouse lines up on his home track at Moruya on Sunday out to record a hat trick of wins and maintain its unbeaten record in the Ranbuild Sheds Class 2 Hcp over 1010m.

Saxton came by way of the gelding from fellow Moruya trainer John Gamble.

Last Updated on Friday, 19 December 2014 15:14
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RACING: Lismore, Friday Print

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Cheval Du Feu to gather pace

What appeared a disappointing first-up performance by Cheval Du Feu hasn’t dented the confidence of Gold Coast trainer David Kelly leading into the gelding’s next assignment at Lismore on Friday.

Cheval Du Feu resumed from a 143-day spell with a 6.8 lengths eighth to Cum Dividend in a 1200m Benchmark 85 handicap at Doomben on November 29.

“He knocked up a bit first-up,” Kelly admitted. “The run looked disappointing but he pulled up big which I half expected.

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 December 2014 13:30
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RACING: Bathurst, Friday Print

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Bee Plus to food box

Trainer Connie Greig reckons Bee Plus, who lines up for back to back wins at Bathurst tomorrow, would be an ideal candidate for an equine Jenny Craig.

Put simply, the five-year-old Easy Rocking gelding loves his tucker.

And he has a peculiarity which if not addressed can cause havoc.

Bee Plus, a normally placid thoroughbred, has to be worked first in morning to get back to the stable for a feed to be first in line.

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 December 2014 12:38
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