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Rose Of Duporth’s form blooms over mile

Rose Of Duporth’s form blooms over mile

CONSISTENT mare Rose Of Duporth has added a Saturday metropolitan victory to her resume. The four-year-old made it back to back wins over the mile when she won at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday, January 28. Starting a $16 chance, she scored the well-deserved win in a...

Checkers hits the road for good victory

Checkers hits the road for good victory

A ROAD trip has helped Checkers return to the winner's circle. The flashy six-year-old grey ducked up the road to Rockhampton and got the job done in a Class 6 (1200m) on Friday, January 27. It may have only been a small field of four, but Checkers still had the job...

‘Fat Fingers’ pay off with breakthrough

‘Fat Fingers’ pay off with breakthrough

A SLIP of the finger on the computer keyboard has paid dividends with "Fat Fingers" breaking through at her third career start. The three-year-old filly, second-up from a spell and ridden by Samantha Collett, broke through in an Ipswich Maiden (1690m) on Saturday...

Gallopers bloom like a rose with steps up in trip

Gallopers bloom like a rose with steps up in trip

TWO horses relishing steps up in trip handed Kendrick Racing a double at the Sunshine Coast on Sunday (January 9). Rose Of Duporth (main photo) kicked off the double when she scored a well-deserved win in a Class 3 (1600m). Steered brilliantly by Ben Thompson, Rose Of...

Galloper superstar when third-up

Galloper superstar when third-up

STAR Of Michelin is unbeaten when third-up from a spell. The Jet Spur six-year-old kept his remarkable record intact when he stormed home to win an Open (1600m) at the Sunshine Coast Friday night meeting (January 6). It was sixth time he's won third-up from a spell....

Avolonte on track for metropolitan success

Avolonte on track for metropolitan success

INFORM mare Avolonte will have a crack at Saturday metropolitan class after adding another midweek city victory and Eagle Farm success to her resume. Avolonte ($2.80), ridden by James Orman, made it back to back wins when she led all the way in a Benchmark 72 (1200m)...

Filly looks like staying ‘star’ in the making

Filly looks like staying ‘star’ in the making

A STEP up in distance and some tempo on in front has done the trick for Torque Leica Star. The three-year-old Zoustar filly broke through at her fifth career start at the Sunshine Coast on Boxing Day. Ridden by Nikita Beriman, Torque Leica Star ($3.60-fav) stormed...

Knockknee dances her way to upset win

Knockknee dances her way to upset win

KNOCKKNEE'S legs may look a little dodgy but they get the job done. "You probably wouldn't buy her at a sale, but the guys have had a ton of fun with her," said trainer Stuart Kendrick. The Nicconi five-year-old mare brought up her second city win and the fifth of an...

Kendrick Racing-Huxtable-Archer Park show rolls on

Kendrick Racing-Huxtable-Archer Park show rolls on

IT was the Kendrick Racing, jockey Justin Huxtable and Archer Park show over two days of racing at the Sunshine Coast. Inform hoop Huxtable set the scene for the weekend of success when he saluted for Kendrick Racing aboard Under The Cap (main photo) under lights on...

Huxtable times runs perfectly for double

Huxtable times runs perfectly for double

TWO perfectly judged rides by jockey Justin Huxtable help Kendrick Racing land a winning double at the Gold Coast. Huxtable piloted War Too All and Avolonte to wins on Saturday, December 10, with both horses just nabbing victory in the shadows of the post. The Krew...

Sprinter shows his rivals no mercy in stunning debut

Sprinter shows his rivals no mercy in stunning debut

SHOW Me Mercy showed his sprinting rivals none when he romped home on debut. The speedster was untroubled in winning a QTIS 2YO Maiden (1050m) at Caloundra on Sunday, November 27. Piloted by James Orman, Show Me Mercy ($2.05-fav) cruised home to win by nearly four...

Realaide defies betting drift for good win at home

Realaide defies betting drift for good win at home

REAL Saga four-year-old Realaide defied a huge betting drift to score a good win under lights at Caloundra. Trainer Stuart Kendrick was scratching his head when the gelding blew from about $9 to start an $18 chance in a Class 2 (1600m) on Friday, November 25. "He won...

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