Keep an eye on Lincoln’s Kruz if the pace is a scorcher at Trentham on Saturday
Lisa mulling over best plan for Platinum Spirit
Lincoln Farms’ boss John Street invites everyone to join the family
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Patient Lisa waiting for promising Platinum Petals to blossom in the autumn
With a better draw, Captain Nemo’s set to salute the judge at Cambridge on Thursday
Al tips top three finish from Bondi Shake - he just wants them to go a bit faster this time
Al: Hustler will have to come from the back this time but he won’t be far away
Copy That all the way in 1:53.2 demolition but Miracle Mile looking increasingly unlikely
$26 and $5.25? Platinum Rapper’s Marton Cup chances are better than that - with rain
Ray: Flying Mile right up Copy That’s alley and, if he leads, it should be game over
Watch Platinum Spirit power home at Otaki - his Wellington Cup hopes depend on it
The Hustler gets back his respect with sizzling all-the-way 1:52.5 win at Albion Park
First time owners having a ball with Lincoln’s Kruz - but they missed his breakthrough win
One 2000th of a second in it at the line - the cruel photo finish that went against Invador
Maurice: Copy That oh so brave in the cup but he just wanted to keep charging
Our latest winners
- Gareth Paddison, Green Machine Syndicate, Grant Dickey, Peter Dougherty, Ian Middleton and John and Lynne Street for Captain Nemo’s win at Cambridge.
- Neville McAlister and John and Lynne Street for Platinum Petals’ win at Wanganui.
- John and Lynne Street for Lincoln Hanover’s win at Wanganui.
- Merv and Meg Butterworth for Copy That’s Flying Mile win at Cambridge.
- Neville McAlister and John and Lynne Street for Platinum Spirit’s win at Otaki.
- Four Legs Syndicate, Ian Gradwell, Chris Western, Shannon Flay, Ian Middleton and John and Lynne Street for Northview Hustler’s 1:52.5 win at Albion 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 Tauherenikau.
- Bob Best, Merle Gradwell, Pat Gubb, Lance Myocevich, Steve Beckett, Kevin Bell, Joeraeme Syndicate, Margaret Rabbitt, Athenry Syndicate and John and Lynne Street for Bondi Shake’s all-the-way win at Albion Park.
- John and Lynne Street and the Sixforsixty syndicate for Lincoln Falls’ fresh-up win at Awapuni after a 20-month injury-enforced spell.
- Marc Hanover and Gordon Banks for American Dealer’s win in the Alabar Classic at Auckland.
- Kevin & Glenis Street, Beverley Glass and John and Lynne Street for Brian Christopher’s win at Manawatu.
Our runners this week
Tuesday at Albion Park
Thursday at Wanganui
Lincoln Lane, Platinum Bordeaux, Platinum Rain, Platinum Petals, Platinum Impact, Lincoln Hanover.
Thursday night at Cambridge
Captain Nemo, Brodie Lindenny, Brian Christopher (scratched), Themightyserina (scratched).
Friday at Tauranga
Saturday at Trentham
Father Lenihan, Princess Amelie, Platinum Spirit, Lincoln’s Kruz, Platinum Dubai, Platinum Road.
News in brief
$100,000 Harness Jewels
Harness Racing New Zealand will reinstate the Harness Jewels next year at Cambridge with nine $100,000 races set to be run on Queen’s Birthday weekend, Sunday, June 6. A maximum of 12 will start in each race over a mile and no invitations will be issued to Australian horses.
Street talks about his yearling buys
Lincoln Farms’ boss John Street, pictured above flanked by trainer Ray Green, left, and business manager Ian Middleton, right, bidding on the $140,000 Bettor’s Delight colt at Karaka.
NZB Standardbred’s Bruce Barlass caught up with Street after he claimed the title of leading buyer at Addington two days later, securing seven lots for $463,000.
You can watch the interview on the following link: