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Thursday, Friday and weekend form

Wednesday night’s meetings are South Africa’s Greyville, France’s Mont De Marsan and Argentan, Hong Kong’s Happy Valley, UK’s Yarmouth, Catterick, Kempton-All Weather and Ireland’s Downpatrick and Killarney - Thursday’s meetings include Gosford, Dalby, Ballarat-All Weather, Moree

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MRC extends Blue Diamond Stakes nominations deadline

The Melbourne Racing Club on Wednesday announced that it would extend the deadline for nominations to be submitted for the 2021 Neds Blue Diamond Stakes until 3pm Friday August 7, 2020.

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New Zealand news briefs

New Zealand three-year-old Riodini (NZ) has joined the Sydney stable of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott - the Group Three winner won four of his six starts for Pukekohe trainer Nigel Tiley and was placed in the Gr.1 Levin Classic (1600m) and Gr.2 Auckland Guineas (1600m)

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Competitive field of nine for Quincy Seltzer Bm94 Handicap at Randwick-Kensington

The Australian Turf Club’s meeting on the Kensington track at Randwick on Saturday received 104 acceptances for the nine race programme including a competitive field of nine for the Quincy Seltzer Bm94 Handicap (1800m), Race 5 at 2.00pm

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Live streaming of Happy Valley's meeting tonight

Watch the full and uninterrupted broadcast from the Hong Kong Jockey Club's broadcast team of the final meeting of the 2019/20 season commencing at 8.15pm AEST with the first race of the nine race programme commencing at 8.45pm AEST.

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Wednesday's wagering review

Wednesday's wagering review of TAB.com.au fixed odds markets for feature races at Ipswich and Morphettville on Saturday - Jami Lady $3.60 favourite for the listed TAB Gai Waterhouse Classic (1350m) at Ipswich

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Hope for internationals for Victorian spring racing

Racing Australia Chairman Greg Nichols says he is 'confident' of achieving a 'positive outcome' that will see internationally trained horses compete at this year's Victorian Spring Carnival as well as The Everest in Sydney

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'Darryl' - Te Akau Shark to the rest of us - greatly improved

Te Akau Shark update - good news is that Darryl's respiratory issue has greatly improved! His eye status is stable and soon he will head for a nice paddock before preparing to come back to the green fields of home for more tender loving care ... @LimeCountryAU @TeAkauShark

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Follow the market movers

Follow the TAB.com.au fixed odds market movers for the meetings at Cranbourne, Eagle Farm and Gawler today - Cranbourne Race 1 Frederick The Dane $3.90-$2.15 $500 @ $3.60, $500 @ $3.20, $600 @ $3, $570 @ $2.90, $500 @ $2.90, $400 @ $2.90, $450 @ $2.80, $500 @ $2.50, $1,000 @ $2.40, $500 @ $2.30

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Pike planning logistics of a spring Australian campaign

Cambridge trainer Tony Pike is looking forward to campaigning a team across the Tasman this spring and as President of the New Zealand Trainers Association met with a number of his colleagues to discuss the logistics of sending staff to Australia in the unique and ever-changing climate at present.

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Metropolitan pools forecasts this week

Randwick's meeting on the Kensington track on Saturday leads the pool forecasts this week with a NSW TAB Quaddie projected pool of $500,000 on the last four races of the programme

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Mystic’s spring Journey begins

Mystic Journey took her first steps towards commencing her Victoria Spring Carnival campaign in Tasmania on Tuesday morning, participating in an 800-metre open trial at Devonport.

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Markets open for Group 1 races in Victoria

TAB Fixed Odds are now available on five Group 1 races during the Victorian Spring Racing Carnival commencing with the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield on August 29.

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Warwick Farm meeting abandoned due to Covid-19 precautions

Racing NSW advised on Tuesday afternoon that it has taken the precautionary measure of abandoning the Warwick Farm race meeting scheduled for Wednesday due to the number of positive COVID-19 cases confirmed to have originated from the Liverpool City Council area, where Warwick Farm racecourse is located.

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Jungle Edge's positive swab

Veteran sprinter and punters' favourite Jungle Edge is at the centre of a stewards' inquiry after testing positive to a prohibited race-day substance.

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Lane completes Japanese stint

Australian jockey Damian Lane has completed another successful short-term stint in Japan.

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New Zealand news briefs

Kiwi import Lord Bouzeron made a successful introduction to Australian racing with a dominant victory against his own age on rain-affected going at Caulfield - Sky Field impressive at Sha Tin - Knight Mariner was taken to the Gatton veterinary hospital on Monday for further examination of his injured pelvis.

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Heavy conditions for the Kensington meeting

Saturday’s metropolitan meeting in Sydney returns to Randwick and the Kensington track with heavy conditions certain after a significant rain forecast of up to 30mm for Tuesday and showers through to Friday

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Noble Boy's Winter Stakes

Noble Boy returned to the winners circle for the first time since April last year aided by a good ride by Jason Collett as they took the listed KIA Winter Stakes (1400m) at Rosehill on Saturday

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Raceday wagering review

The wagering review of Saturday's TAB.com.au fixed odds betting for races at the Winter Stakes meeting at Rosehill and the Sir John Monash Stakes meeting at Caulfield, plus Future Markets updates - Noble Boy was popular on raceday firming from $5 to $4.60 second elect - one TAB punter plonked $20,000 at $1.75 on Noble Boy to run a place just as the gates opened

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Death, Taxes and Jungle Edge in the wet

The idiom which suggests that Death and Taxes are the only certainties in life may now need to be reviewed following the running of today's Group 3, Sir John Monash Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield - won by a rising 10-year-old sprinter remarkably posting his 19th career victory, the saying should arguably now read: Death, Taxes and Jungle Edge in the wet!

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Four-from-four for no longer a Mystery Shot

Three-year-old rising star Mystery Shot (by Shooting To Win) maintained his impressive unbeaten record when scoring in effortless fashion on the Caulfield program in Melbourne and adding the $108,000 MRC Neds Price Boost Handicap (1400m) to his growing number of victories.

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