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Molly makes her mark at Healesville

Molly makes her mark at Healesville

MOLLY Dook opened her account for the 2020/21 Picnic Season on Saturday when the five-year-old mare ran away with a 4¾ length victory over her rivals at Healesville. Rising to the 1650 metres and jumping a $1.40 race favourite, Molly Dook gave onlookers little cause...

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Totality is the whole package

Totality is the whole package

TOTALITY joined the list of first-up winners since joining the Goodwin Racing team when the son of Skilled broke out of maiden grade at Corowa on Saturday. Unplaced in his previous six starts, the four-year-old has spent the best part of two months with the stable and...

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Goodwin Racing bound for Gold Coast Magic Millions

Goodwin Racing bound for Gold Coast Magic Millions

EVER wanted a yearling from the world-famous Gold Coast Magic Millions sale? Goodwin Racing will be active on the Gold Coast in January with eyes for an affordable early runner from Book 2 of the sale on Sunday January 12. With over 300 horses catalogued, the research...

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Take a tour of Mangalore Park

Take a tour of Mangalore Park

RECENTLY the Goodwin Racing team were pleased to welcome Paul Campbell of Campbell's Comments to show him around Mangalore Park. Paul is an acclaimed harness trainer and driver but is also our long-term horse dentist. Paul had a chat to Reece Goodwin about his goals...

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Borondino gets off to a Dream start

Borondino gets off to a Dream start

STABLE newcomer Borondino Dream was able to make the best possible start to his racing career at Mangalore Park scoring at his stable debut at Kilmore on Friday. The victory also provided Zac Spain with his second winner for the stable in the month of October,...

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Gibbon shoots the lights out at Cranbourne Cup Carnival

Gibbon shoots the lights out at Cranbourne Cup Carnival

EIGHT-year-old Gibbon turned back the clock on the opening night of the TAB Cranbourne Cup Carnival on Friday returning to his former home-course to score convincingly in the $35,000 Browns Sawdust & Shavings BM70 Handicap (1000m). The son of Bon Hoffa showed...

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Mister motors into the new season

Mister motors into the new season

HOMEBRED galloper Mister Hay Zee put his best foot forward at Wangaratta on Monday thanks to a patient ride from Ethan Brown which saw the son of Toorak Toff notch the third win of his career. It was the six-year-olds first victory away from the Ballarat synthetic...

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Mangalore Park join forces with Aquis to stand Royal Meeting

Mangalore Park join forces with Aquis to stand Royal Meeting

IN a coup for Australian breeders, and in particular the Victorian market, Aquis will stand Invincible Spirit’s unbeaten, Gr.1-winning 2YO Royal Meeting (IRE) at Aquis Seymour this season. Partnering with Aquis in Royal Meeting are a strong group of likeminded...

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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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