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Gibbon gets monkey off the back

Gibbon gets monkey off the back

GIBBON certainly has a liking for Ballarat’s 1000 metre Ballarat circuit, where his last two wins have come from, even if it has been 770 days between drinks when he saluted in the Hygain Winners Choice Handicap on Sunday. The seven-year-old carried 59.5 kilograms to...

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Reggae, Roc’s their socks off

Reggae, Roc’s their socks off

HOMEBRED galloper Reggae Roc proved the Soft 5 conditions were damp enough for his liking at Wangaratta on Friday when the son of Rock ‘N’ Pop stormed down the outside to register the third win of his career. A late pick-up ride for Harry Grace, the victory renewed...

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Inglis Premier delivers three quality colts

Inglis Premier delivers three quality colts

AFTER a successful trip to Karaka in January  Mangalore Park and Goodwin Racing turned their attention closer to home at the Inglis Premier Sale collecting three fancied colts. The Oaklands Complex has been responsible for 14 Group 1 winners since 2018 that include...

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Dook continues to dominate the Picnic scene

Dook continues to dominate the Picnic scene

MADDISON Morris and Molly Dook proved they are one of the inform combinations of the picnic season leaving Alexandra on Saturday as winners for the third time since December. On a six-day backup after finishing third at Yea, the daughter of Ambidexter was pushed out...

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Highview’s Mongolian Khan draft impress at Karaka

Highview’s Mongolian Khan draft impress at Karaka

FOR the second consecutive year, Mangalore Park and Goodwin Racing ventured to the famous Karaka Sales grounds in New Zealand searching for the stars of the future. The team was particularly taken with the draft of Highview, based in the centre of the lush Waikato...

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Molly and Maddie get the Judges nod

Molly and Maddie get the Judges nod

MOLLY Dook returned to the winners circle at Yea on Saturday for the second time this picnic season, almost a month to the day since her maiden victory on Boxing Day. The judge had to work overtime to find a winning margin but eventually gave the nod to the Ambidexter...

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Maiden win a Christmas gift for Molly Dook

Maiden win a Christmas gift for Molly Dook

CHRISTMAS came a day late in the form of a Boxing Day gift for connections of Molly Dook who broke out of maiden grade at Drouin a little over a month since joining the Goodwin Racing stable. Purchased online as a nine start maiden without a placing to her name, the...

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Reggae, Roc’s his rivals in wet conditions

Reggae, Roc’s his rivals in wet conditions

REGGAE Roc’s first sight of a heavy track will have connections hoping the damp conditions hang around a little longer yet this spring after the Mangalore Park bred five-year-old spaced his rivals at Geelong on Saturday by 4½ lengths. Sent out a $2.90 favourite in the...

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Winning run continues into new racing season

Winning run continues into new racing season

SUCCESS on  Victoria’s synthetic surfaces seems to be following the Mangalore Park team recently, this time all the way to Pakenham after Military Striker made it a second win in three runs this campaign, on this occasion when stretching out to 1400 metres. Having...

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Hay Zee doubles up on Synthetic success

Hay Zee doubles up on Synthetic success

THERE aren’t many meetings in recent weeks the Mangalore Park team have walked away from Ballarat without a winner and the trend continued last Friday when Mister Hay Zee registered back-to-back wins. The constant of the successes has been that of the services of...

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Homebred Hay Zee turns heads

Homebred Hay Zee turns heads

THE black, white and pink silks of Mangalore Park Racing have made Ballarat’s new synthetic surface their own in the past week after Mister Hay Zee made it two wins in the space of six days. Finishing an eye-catching second from the tail end of the field first-up from...

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Striker salutes with Military precision

Striker salutes with Military precision

IT was a case of second time lucky for Strategic Maneuver gelding Military Striker, who after being scratched at the barriers at Ballarat just three weeks earlier, returned to the scene of the crime to fly around the 1200 metre circuit on his way to a 3½ length all...

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