Platinum Invador and Kamanda Lincoln chasing big race berths
Wins at Otaki on Saturday crucial for Lincoln Farms’ pair
Kuroshio colt’s a real dude with a super attitude
Platinum Invador stopped in his tracks and now borderline to make the derby
Platinum Invador faces impossible task on Saturday but Lisa watching for big finish
He’s drawn the car park but CJ will get the best out of Lincoln Fury at Wanganui
Lincoln Raider back home today recovering from surgery to remove bone chip
Don’t rule out Lincoln Falls in the Derby - he just needs his turn in a decent barrier
Wide draw makes it tricky for blinkered Lincoln Falls in Saturday’s Waikato Guineas
Authentic Charm gets her chance on Friday from a good alley
Our runners this week
Saturday at Otaki
Kamanda Lincoln, Lincoln Fury, Platinum Invador, Platinum Mam’selle.
News in brief
INVADOR CLOSER: Platinum Invador is now 22nd in the entry order for the 18-horse New Zealand Derby field at Ellerslie on March 2. The connections of Waikato Guineas winner Sponge Bob paid a $30,000 late entry fee on Tuesday to get the horse into the race.
RETIRED: Bush Whacked has been retired. Despite showing promise at trials the Sepoy three-year-old showed in three starts for Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh that he simply didn’t want to be a racehorse.
TOUCH FLAT: Rider Robbie Hannam told stewards he thought Platinum Touch was feeling the effects of her debut run and felt flat after beating only two home at Trentham.
LOST DREAMS: Dreams Of Platinum has been sold to Australia. The four-year-old mare won one race and placed seven times in 21 starts, earning nearly $35,000.