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Missile Mantra rockets to Group 3 victory

Missile Mantra rockets to Group 3 victory

Triple Crown stable star MISSILE MANTRA provided the perfect end to the Spring Carnival with a scintillating success in the Group 3 Summoned Stakes at Sandown on Saturday.The daughter of Smart Missile came from near last at the turn to get up in the shadows of the...

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Carif lifts spirits after Norzita loss

Carif lifts spirits after Norzita loss

It was with a sense of occasion that Carif (So You Think {NZ}) lifted for his first stakes victory in Saturday's Sandown Cup just hours after his dam Norzita (NZ) (Thorn Park) passed away, and on the day which marked Bart Cummings' 93rd birthday.Carif was foaled two...

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Team Snowden keen to see Carif over 3200 metres

Team Snowden keen to see Carif over 3200 metres

Peter Snowden decided to bypass the Queen Elizabeth Stakes for the Sandown Cup with an eye on the future for his talented stayer Carif.Last year Carif finished second to True Self in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes and that mare made it two in a row in the Flemington race...

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Leisurely Build Up A Gift For Captivant

Leisurely Build Up A Gift For Captivant

It’s safe to say promising colt Captivant hasn’t been as busy in the lead up to Saturday’s $1m Golden Gift (1100m) at Rosehill as he was prior to his debut and co-trainer Paul Snowden says that can only be a good thing.The youngster announced himself as one of the...

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Dame Giselle’s Yes Yes Yes Stakes fate rests on weather

Dame Giselle’s Yes Yes Yes Stakes fate rests on weather

Track conditions will determine whether Dame Giselle gets a chance to take on the older horses in the $1 million Yes Yes Yes Stakes at Rosehill.The filly has enjoyed a superb campaign, claiming the first three legs of the Princess Series and finishing fourth to...

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Wild Ruler ready to tame rivals in Coolmore Stud Stakes

Wild Ruler ready to tame rivals in Coolmore Stud Stakes

A more mature Wild Ruler will face his moment of truth when he lines up against a top-class field in the Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington.The colt showed promise as a juvenile but had a tendency to over-race and was at times his own worst enemy.But as a spring...

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Kalashnikov And Astrologer Please Harron

Kalashnikov And Astrologer Please Harron

The first two-year-old trials of the year were held at Randwick’s Kensington track on Monday and James Harron was pleased with the performances of Kalashnikov - who is by Newgate Farm’s first-season sire Capitalist (Written Tycoon) and the son of Vinery Stud’s...

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Moss Trip scanned in foal to Trapeze Artist

Moss Trip scanned in foal to Trapeze Artist

Triple Crown are delighted to announce that our Group 3 winner MOSS TRIP has scanned in foal to four-time Group 1 winner TRAPEZE ARTIST.The daughter of Mossman, who won over $500,000 in prizemoney for her owners during a stellar career on the track, returned an early...

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Dame Giselle continues her winning march

Dame Giselle continues her winning march

Dame Giselle has continued her winning march through Sydney’s Princess series, adding Saturday’s Tea Rose Stakes to her victories in the Silver Shadow and Furious Stakes.Stalking the speed, Dame Giselle pounced halfway up the straight and had enough in the tank to...

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Dame Giselle remains uncrowned in the Princess Series

Dame Giselle remains uncrowned in the Princess Series

Dame Giselle (I Am Invincible) 3yo filly added another Group 2 to her stats, taking out The Darley Furious Stakes on Saturday's feature race program at Royal Randwick.The second leg of the Darley sponsored Princess Series for the 3-year-old fillies, Dame Giselle...

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Stellar shakes maiden tag in style

Stellar shakes maiden tag in style

Smart filly Stellar Pauline (Not A Single Doubt) has shrugged off the status of Australia's best maiden by claiming a well-deserved first win over 1100 metres at Hawkesbury on Thursday.Prior to her win, the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Stellar Pauline had run four...

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Rose needs more time to fully bloom

Rose needs more time to fully bloom

It may be a while before the very best is seen of Yangarra Rose (Zoustar), but she showed at Wyong on Tuesday that she possesses the raw talent to make the wait worthwhile.The filly showed an appreciation of a step up in distance to 1200 metres in the Jim Beam 2YO H....

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Requited claims first win!

Requited claims first win!

He’s a half-brother to a Group I winner by Golden Slipper winner Vancouver and this promising two year-old is a maiden no more after saluting at Goulburn on Monday.Trained by Peter and Paul Snowden, Requited showed the benefit of recent racing to lead all the way and...

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Melbourne Cup dream alive for Snowdens and Carif

Melbourne Cup dream alive for Snowdens and Carif

Peter and Paul Snowden have made headlines with their juveniles this season, laying the foundations for their young team to shine in the spring.But behind the scenes, they have been developing one of their older horses just as meticulously.In Peter Snowden's previous...

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Snowden double at Grafton

Snowden double at Grafton

Prominent Sydney trainers Peter and Paul Snowden have added another Ramornie Handicap at Grafton, with Signore Fox bursting through between runners to win the Listed sprint.The father-and-son training partnership also won the Ramornie (1200m) with Calanda in 2017...

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Smart debut win has Snowdens thinking

Smart debut win has Snowdens thinking

A fast-finishing debut victory at Warwick Farm from Smart Image (Smart Missile) has Peter and Paul Snowden assessing their future options with the 2-year-old colt.Smart Image surged late under strong riding from Kerrin McEvoy in the Sky Racing Active Plate over 1200...

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Ultra consistent L’Cosmo scores second metro win!

Ultra consistent L’Cosmo scores second metro win!

The very consistent three year old filly L'cosmo (by Lonhro out of Cosmic Endeavour),Jumping from barrier 8 in a field of 9 L'cosmo was guided by Robbie Dolan who sat at the rear of the field to storm home with an electric turn of...

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Flying start for Sahra!

Flying start for Sahra!

Sahra (Hinchinbrook) made the perfect start to her career when she bolted home at Kembla Grange.The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained filly sat off the pace before sprinting clear to win the Jack Primmer Electronics 2YO by 3.3l in the hands of Sam Clipperton.“She was in...

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Talented colt Oregon snares first win!

Talented colt Oregon snares first win!

Connections of lightly raced colt Oregon believe he will only get better heading into his three-year-old season after breaking his maiden at the third attempt at Canterbury.Trained by Peter and Paul Snowden and ridden by Kerrin McEvoy, Oregon made his own luck in...

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Talented colt Oregon snares first win!

Talented colt Oregon snares first win!

Connections of lightly raced colt Oregon believe he will only get better heading into his three-year-old season after breaking his maiden at the third attempt at Canterbury.Trained by Peter and Paul Snowden and ridden by Kerrin McEvoy, Oregon made his own luck in...

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A Super Saturday for The Red!

A Super Saturday for The Red!

Triple Crown owners had plenty to cheer over the weekend, with a winner and three placings making it a Saturday to remember at Randwick and Newcastle.Those with shares in POETIC CHARMER had particular cause for celebration, with the son of Your Song coming from last...

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MARBOOSHA MAKES IT TWO FROM TWO

MARBOOSHA MAKES IT TWO FROM TWO

Emirates Park homebred Marboosha (Dream Ahead {USA}) maintained her unbeaten start to her career with a tough and dominant win in the All Too Hard @ Vinery H. at Warwick Farm on last Wednesday.The smart and professional filly was forced to track deep throughout the...

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Getting to know Barn Foreman, Holly Williams…

Getting to know Barn Foreman, Holly Williams…

Q: WHERE ARE YOU ORIGINALLY FROM AND WHAT IS YOUR BACKGROUND? I’m originally from a small country Town in Central West NSW called Coolah. My family have a property not far out of town on the Gunnedah rd where we have cattle and grain. HOW DID YOU FIRST GET INTERESTED...

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Getting to know Barn Foreman, Holly Williams…

Getting to know Barn Foreman, Holly Williams…

Q: WHERE ARE YOU ORIGINALLY FROM AND WHAT IS YOUR BACKGROUND? I’m originally from a small country Town in Central West NSW called Coolah. My family have a property not far out of town on the Gunnedah rd where we have cattle and grain. HOW DID YOU FIRST GET INTERESTED...

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Happy Retirement Redzel

Happy Retirement Redzel

FAREWELL & THANK YOU REDZEL!Now that the dust has settled on the announcement of the retirement of the King Of The Mountain, Redzel – we can say our own little piece about him. You may have noticed that across our social media platforms there are no retweets, no...

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King’s Legacy wins the G1 Sires/G1 Champagne Double!

King’s Legacy wins the G1 Sires/G1 Champagne Double!

King’s Legacy, trained by Peter and Paul Snowden, finished strongly to win the $400,000 Champagne Stakes (1600m), complementing the colt’s win in the Inglis Sires’ two weeks ago.King’s Legacy also created a piece of racing history by becoming the first juvenile colt...

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McEvoy warns Redzel is back to his best for TJ Smith assault

McEvoy warns Redzel is back to his best for TJ Smith assault

There will only be one real surprise when the TJ Smith field rockets from the barriers on Saturday. Dual Everest winner Redzel will be in the firing line again, but the shock is he will be considered an outsider.There will be plenty of familiarity as Australia’s best...

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Sydney Cup test for Carif in G2 Chairman’s Quality

Sydney Cup test for Carif in G2 Chairman’s Quality

The Chairman’s Quality at Randwick has been an autumn target for Carif and Peter & Paul Snowden will wait until after that race to decide whether the young stayer presses on to the Sydney Cup.Carif will be racing on a seven-day back-up in Saturday’s Group Two...

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