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Dreams Aplenty delivers knockout blow in Gunsynd Classic

Dreams Aplenty delivers knockout blow in Gunsynd Classic

Gritty three-year-old Dreams Aplenty continued to live up to trainer John Zielke’s high assessment with a nail-biting win in the Group 3 Gunsynd Plate at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

Music Magnate on track to defend 10,000 crown

Music Magnate on track to defend 10,000 crown

Sydney sprinter Music Magnate showed he was on track to defend his Doomben 10,000 crown with a commanding win in the Group 2 Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

Munce aims high with Saint Patricks Day

Munce aims high with Saint Patricks Day

Chris Munce’s dream of claiming his first win at elite level as a trainer have soared following Saint Patricks Day’s victory in the Dalrello Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

Wood and Gesler hoping for dream start to partnership

Wood and Gesler hoping for dream start to partnership

Co-trainers Kelso Wood and Patricia Gesler are hopeful of a dream start to their fledgling training partnership if Snitzkraft starts in the Listed Dalrello Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

Dreams Aplenty in the zone

Dreams Aplenty in the zone

Trainer John Zielke believes Dreams Aplenty is in the zone to continue his path to Group winning glory at Doomben on Saturday.

Toowoomba TC Meeting Thursday 27.04.17 - Amended time Race 6

Due to Kilmore Thoroughbreds being abandoned, the race time slot for Race 6 at Toowoomba has been amended.

Music Magnate not a definite runner in Victory Stakes

Music Magnate not a definite runner in Victory Stakes

Sydney trainer Bjorn Baker will study the Victory Stakes field before deciding if last year’s Doomben 10,000 winner Music Magnate will make the trip north for the Group 2 feature at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

Damage Greater than first thought after Cyclone and Flooding

Damage Greater than first thought after Cyclone and Flooding

Racing Queensland CEO Eliot Forbes has toured two of the worst affected clubs in the aftermath of the flooding and Cyclone Debbie which have caused at least $1.5 million in damage.

Single Gaze gives Olive a moment to cherish

Single Gaze gives Olive a moment to cherish

Canberra mare Single Gaze gave trainer Nick Olive a moment to cherish after claiming the Tails Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

Coyle

Coyle's Brisbane decision pays off

Sydney trainer Jason Coyle’s decision to send a small team north for the early winter carnival races was vindicated when Sweet Serendipity claimed the Listed Ascot Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

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