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Lincoln Farms’ boss John Street invites everyone to join the family

“Welcome to Lincoln Farms’ revamped website, the new gold standard for racing in this country. Here you’ll be able to read all about our racing team and our history and see the fun we’re having with our special partnerships. Whether it be at the gallops, the trots or in Singapore, our horses are providing the thrills without the risks.

If you thought owning a horse was beyond you, think again, here at Lincoln Farms we make racing affordable for everyone. Lynne and I have been lucky enough to win some big races over the last 20 years and we have some exceptional prospects emerging this season.

We’ve engaged Hall Of Fame writer Barry Lichter to bring you all the excitement of our operation, so bookmark this page, enjoy the site, and make sure you register for our newsletters.

Welcome aboard.”

J Street

Our latest winners

Congratulations to:

  • Lincoln Farms Bloodstock and Kevin Pratt’s Kamada Bloodstock for Kamanda Lincoln’s brave win at Riccarton.
  • Lincoln Farms Bloodstock’s John and Lynne Street for Mathew James’ debut win at Cambridge.
  • Peter Jaffares, Glenn Cotterill and Lincoln Farms for O’Reilly Bay’s win at Kranji.
  • John and Lynne Street for the win by Father Lenihan at Awapuni.
  • John and Lynne Street, of Lincoln Farms Bloodstock Ltd, for Saint Lincoln’s fresh-up win in Singapore.
  • Lincoln Farms, Ian Middleton, Duncan, David and John Chisholm, Warwick Orr, Bob Best, Lance and Amy Myocevich and the Excell syndicate for Make Way’s win at Alexandra Park.
  • John and Lynne Street for a great double at Trentham with Princess Amelie and Lincoln Raider.
  • John and Lynne Street, of Lincoln Farms Bloodstock Ltd, for their upset win with Lincoln Melody at Otaki.
  • The Northview Hustler partnership of Ian Gradwell, Chris Western, Shannon Flay, Four Legs syndicate, Ian Middleton and Lincoln Farms for the horse’s brilliant win in the Spring Cup at Alexandra Park.
  • Denny Baker for his win with Abraham at Cambridge.
Make Way partnership members are serenaded by Excell syndicate member Christine Rupp.

Make Way partnership members are serenaded by Excell syndicate member Christine Rupp.

Our runners this week

Wednesday at Riccarton

Kamanda Lincoln.

Thursday at Awapuni

Lincoln Melody, Lincoln Raider, Lincoln’s Secret, Lincoln Bay, Platinum Invador, Ajay Lincoln.

Friday night at Kranji

Lucky Enough.

Saturday at Riccarton

Kamanda Lincoln.

Sunday at Kranji

Silent Prince, O’Reilly Bay, Pratt Street, Cru Bourgeois.

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News in brief

MOONLIGHT UNLUCKY: Lincoln Moonlight looked unlucky not to win at Kranji on Sunday night after copping a check 700 metres from home when the leader Morpheus slowed. He lost several lengths in the incident but recovered bravely, powering home late for third when clear. Stewards warned Nooresh Juglall that slowing the tempo to a degree where riders were left endangered would not be condoned.

CITY FEELING LEG: Lincoln City, running out of his grade, ran last in Singapore on Sunday. He lost ground with an awkward beginning then jockey Matthew Poon reported he was very one-paced throughout and could not improve. A vet exam revealed the horse was not striding out freely in his off foreleg.

SNOTTY NOSE: Lincoln Farms’ owned Vasari had an excuse for running last behind former Kiwi Italian Delight in his first start at Menangle last week. He pulled up with a snotty nose and has been put on a course of antibiotics.

GIRL TOO KEEN: A post race vet exam found nothing amiss with Lincoln’s Girl after her disappointing run at Cambridge. After trailing early, she was shuffled four deep and failed to run on, finishing at the rear, beaten 14.4 lengths. Deriver Zachary Butcher advised the filly raced keenly in the middle stages.

RUPERT UNBEATEN IN OZ: Rupert Of Lincoln made it two from two since being sold to Australia when he scored at Swan Hill in Victoria. His time of 2:06.8 for the mobile 1750 metres represented a mile rate of 1:56.6.

GAL HAD NO FAVOURS: Lincoln’s Gal ran only eighth at Otaki but had no favours. She began awkwardly, settling back, then raced in restricted room passing the 100 metres when runners either side shifted ground.

BUSH WHACKED HIMSELF: Trainer Stephen Marsh late scratched Bush Whacked from New Plymouth when he arrived in poor condition after kicking the float all the way down from Cambridge. The horse was bruised and sore in behind.