Author: Oz Race

A $250,000 Magic Millions purchase from Newgate Farm for the Michael Freedman Racing Ladies Syndicate, two year-old Deep Field filly Cindersea provided the perfect result for her all lady ownership group when saluting at Newcastle on Saturday. Trained by Michael Freedman, Cindersea showed nice promise when placed in two recent barrier trials and took that form to race day, finishing off well from off the pace to take the 900m juvenile maiden by the best part of a length. Cindersea finishes strongly to knock off the favourite and take out Race 3 at @newcastleraces_ pic.twitter.com/fhlfivF05H — SKY Racing (@SkyRacingAU)…

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MANDURAH Race 4 No. 4 Chef’s Kiss  Looks the one here after her last start effort behind Sunset Lasso. Early speed sees her settle forward and has gone sub-30 at Cannington. Hard to beat now.  Race 5 No. 2 Canya Mia Looking for her customary good step at box rise and she can go fast to find the arm here. Seems to race very well around here and she is hard to get past when she gets her own way in front. Runs the time and will give a sight if she hops out well like she usually does.  Race…

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Few stallions have done more to advance their cause this season than The Autumn Sun, who has another promising filly in Sneaky Sunrise. Trained by Ben, Will, and JD Hayes, Sneaky Sunrise was coming off a maiden win over 1400m at Flemington on May 18 to go back to back on the same track over 20 metres further in the Ken Cox Hcp on Saturday. Ridden by Daniel Stackhouse, Sneaky Sunrise held the challenge of the topweight Pisces, who went down fighting after being caught wide the trip. The Dundeel colt Henlein was third ahead of the Brutal filly Jenni’s…

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Saturday 22 June 2024 Ben Armstrong selects: R1: Wonder Weapon (5)          R2: Coondle (1)          R3: Final Siren (1)        R4: Strike Now (1)              R5: Falcon Trader (3)               R6: Yonga Lass (3)             R7: Doctor Jay (9)              R8: Luvnwar (14) R9: Fluro Neuro (4) Follow The Guru on Twitter: @PerthGuru1988

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Saturday 22 June 2024 Jesse Dart selects: R1: Belle Journee R2: September Born R3: Final Siren R4: Tallangatta R5: Westriver Miracle R6: Triple Jay R7: Doctor Jay R8: Luvnwar R9: Pray Again Best: Doctor Jay Double: September Born Follow Jesse on Twitter: @RealJesseDart

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Saturday 22 June 2024 Ernie Manning selects: RACE 1: OUR KIWI PRINCESS, Compak, Archer Country, Justhandy. RACE 2: WAKAN TANKA, Espirito , Amelia’s Belief, Aminikii. RACE 3: BLATANT DISARRAY, Viking Forever, One Above All, Benfin. RACE 4: GALATHILION, Prinsessa Anja, Quillow, Elite Time. RACE 5: JACKMEJAMES, Ginger Charm, Chavorio, Kentucky Blue. RACE 6: ZEEWIJK, Grece Lightning, Kentucky Dream, Kutayha. BEST BET: Wakan Tanka. DOUBLE: Galathilion

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Saturday 22 June  2024 Ernie Manning selects: RACE 1: BLACKROCK, Sweet Duncan, Skippin Class, Tempt The Stars. RACE 2: SHES A LUCKY PENNY, Batavia Streamline, Sanford Harry, Euston Flyer. RACE 3: DISCO DYNAMO, Gee Smith, Henwood Bay, Cavalry Call. RACE 4: SUGAR SHAKE, Flyin Disco, Im Lord Logan, Major Manhattan. RACE 5: HAVING FUN, Champagne Everyone, The Wand Waver, Watch Me Wave. RACE 6: FLAMETREE, Hes A Cool Mach, Beyond Bling, Gold Horseshoe. RACE 7: RISING SPIRIT, Anyloveisgoodlove, Dannika, Philthejug. RACE 8: SPOIL THE PARTY, Follow The Jewels, Alz Sunshine, There And Then. BEST BET: Sugar Shake. DOUBLE: Disco Dynamo.

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Saturday 22 June 2024 Ernie Manning selects: RACE 1: WONDER WEAPON (5), Lova Session (4), Allegro Sonata (2), Belle Journee (3). RACE 2: COONDLE (1), God She’s Sassy (10), September Born (6), Southern Scandal (3). RACE 3: FINAL SIREN (1), Magicash (10), Ginnivan (2), Chop Suey (6). RACE 4: CITINO (3), Strike Now (1), Recalled (12), Tallangatta (5). RACE 5: SENTIMENTAL HERO (2), Westriver Miracle (8), Savage One (4), Classic Rogue (6). RACE 6: YONGA LASS (3), Too Dardy (11), Triple Jay (7), Duchess Of Gossip (8). RACE 7: ABLOH (3), Doctor Jay (9), Russian Sniper (2), Valdarena (11). RACE…

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Royal Ascot on Day 4 is all about the three year-olds with the Group I Commonwealth Cup (6f) for the sprinters and the Coronation Stakes (1m) for the three year-old fillies and the victors were a blue blood colt from the last crop of Shamardal and a filly trained by a member of the O’Brien family, but not Aidan. The Commonwealth Cup attracted a field of 14 with the Kevin Ryan trained Shamardal colt Inisherin sent off favourite following a commanding last start win in the Group II Sandy Lane Stakes at Haydock when he defeated last year’s unbeaten Group…

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