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Tojaki back to her best with metro win

Tojaki back to her best with metro win

PROMISING mare Tojaki showed she's back near her best with a strong metropolitan win at Eagle Farm. She broke through third-up from a short spell in a Class 6 Plate (1400m) on Saturday, April 20. Ridden by Robbie Dolan, Tojaki ($3.50-fav) showed she could be a...

Rocky treble makes it four winners in two days

Rocky treble makes it four winners in two days

KENDRICK Racing has had a stellar couple of days. The stable followed a midweek city win with highly promising two-year-old Italian Riveria (main photo) on Wednesday with a treble in Rockhampton. That treble in Rockhampton on Thursday (April 18) included a triumphant...

Temper The Storm takes next step

Temper The Storm takes next step

STABLE newcomer Temper The Storm has done what many horses can't. After breaking through in maiden grade at his first start for the stable after coming north from New South Wales, he's won his next race-day outing. Temper The Storm ($4), ridden by apprentice Cody...

Brodie shows plenty of fighting ‘spirit’ in win

Brodie shows plenty of fighting ‘spirit’ in win

SPIRIT Of Brodie lived up to his name in a determined win at the Sunshine Coast. The three-year-old showed a ton of fighting spirit to make it back-to-back wins on the poly track on Sunday (April 7). He was behind just before and just after the post but lunged right...

Stable notches another big haul at home

Stable notches another big haul at home

KENDRICK Racing has landed another big haul of winners on the Sunshine Coast poly track. The stable saddled up four winners on Easter Sunday (March 31). It followed two separate five-win hauls at the same course and circuit in recent weeks. On Easter Sunday, the...

Stable saddles up second lot of five winners in fortnight

Stable saddles up second lot of five winners in fortnight

THE Kendrick Racing juggernaut looks unstoppable at present, especially at home. The stable saddled up its second lot of five winners on the Sunshine Coast poly track in a fortnight on Sunday, March 24, including the quaddie. It also had four second place-getters,...

Three-year-old shows plenty of ‘heart’

Three-year-old shows plenty of ‘heart’

AS his name suggests, Heartoni showed a ton of heart in his Eagle Farm victory. Ridden by apprentice Cejay Graham, Heartoni ($5) made it back-to-back wins in a QTIS 3YO (1000m) on Saturday (March 23). He chased hard all the way down the straight and just kept coming...

Can’t Recall One showcases carnival claims

Can’t Recall One showcases carnival claims

CAN"T Recall One has showcased his carnival credentials with an outstanding win at Eagle Farm. The Reliable Man gelding made it two wins from as many career starts with a runaway victory in a QTIS 2YO (1400m) on Saturday, March 16. Ridden by Michael Rodd, the $1.30...

Stable goes boom with another double

Stable goes boom with another double

A DECISION to delay another crack in town for Rustic Boom paid dividends when he won easily at the Sunshine Coast. Ridden by Michael Rodd, Rustic Boom ($2.80-fav) scored by two-and-a-quarter lengths in a Benchmark 65 (1100m) on the poly track on Friday night (March...

Galactic Legend dead-heats for midweek victory

Galactic Legend dead-heats for midweek victory

A SPELL has done wonders for Galactic Legend. The four-year-old has broken through first-up with a midweek city win, albeit sharing the spoils in a dead-heat finish. Galactic Legend ($10), ridden by apprentice Bailey Wheeler, hit the line locked with $1.30 favourite...

Fab five winners on card oh so close to six

Fab five winners on card oh so close to six

KENDRICK Racing came within a whisker of saddling up six winners on the card at the Sunshine Coast. The stable trained five winners before Change The Deel was beaten in a photo in the last on the Poly Track on Sunday (March 10). "It was so close to what would have...

Galloper ‘storms’ home at Ipswich to break through

Galloper ‘storms’ home at Ipswich to break through

STORM Force Ten has a new outlook on life after being gelded. He showed that with a breakthrough win when resuming at Ipswich on Saturday, March 9. First-up since September, Storm Force Ten ($1.95-fav) was too strong in a Maiden-SW (1100m). "The gelding operation has...

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