Lisa sorts Platinum hopes for Otaki - tongue tie for Parade, Hazel magic for Bordeaux
Covid-19 restrictions mean closed door meeting on Friday
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Tommy goes all the way, untouched, and there should be more easy kills to come in Brisbane
Brian Christopher to give a bold sight in front - but Al warns not to take short odds
Tommy poised to go wire to wire on Tuesday and Dealer’s class should shine through
Hooray! Tommy’s back and making good progress for new trainers in Victoria
Tough opposition on Saturday night but Al’s hoping Franco Nandor can measure up
Spice It Up out to make up for two years of frustration for Ray and owners on Friday
Ready to rumble: Lincoln Farms’ invaders blossom in the Queensland sun
Second row draw makes it tough again for Bondi Shake at Albion Park on Tuesday
Franco Nandor ready to tee up on new course on Friday for Fox and friends
Copy That checks out fine so it’s all systems go for Queensland on Friday
Blood tests, the works, for Copy That and American Dealer after flat Jewels runs
Big plonk on Krug but one of his rivals has bookies nervous about $100,000 payout
Our latest winners
- Shannon and Brenda Flay, Ian, Kathy and Daniel Parkinson, Debbie Sparks, Ray Menzies, Dennis Ebert, Ian Middleton and John and Lynne Street for Tommy Lincoln’s dominant win at Albion Park.
- Gareth Paddison, Green Machine Syndicate, Grant Dickey, Peter Dougherty, Ian Middleton and John & Lynne Street for Captain Nemo’s swansong win at Alexandra Park.
- John and Lynne Street and Michael House for Master Lincoln’s win at Wingatui.
- Merv and Meg Butterworth for Copy That’s Group One NZ Messenger win at Auckland.
- Glen and Ann Cotterill and John and Lynne Street for Louie The Punter’s second win at Auckland.
- Glen and Ann Cotterill and John and Lynne Street for Louie The Punter’s win at Auckland.
- Merv and Meg Butterworth for Copy That’s Group One Taylor Mile win at Auckland.
- Merv and Meg Butterworth for Tartan Robyn’s win at Auckland.
- Merv and Meg Butterworth for Tartan Robyn’s win at Cambridge.
- John and Lynne Street and Michael House for Benny Lincoln’s win at Riverton.
- Dave and Daphne Jones, the Excell Syndicate, Steve Beckett, Kevin Bell, Margaret Rabbitt, the Athenry Syndicate, John and Lynne Street, Ray Green and Ian Middleton for Arden’s Horizon’s win at Alexandra Park.
- Jeff and Vicky Roach, Peter and Bridget Morris, Sue Croft, Steve Haylock, John and Lynne Street and Ian Middleton for Lincoln’s Kruz’s win at Trentham.
Our runners this week
Tuesday at Albion Park
American Dealer, Tommy Lincoln.
Wednesday night at Redcliffe
Brian Christopher, Man Of Action.
Thursday at Redcliffe
Friday at Otaki
Platinum Bordeaux, Platinum Parade.
Friday night at Cambridge
Louie The Punter (Scratched).