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Monday and Tuesday form

Sunday night’s meetings include France’s Strasbourg and Bordeaux, South Africa’s Scottsville, UK’s Hamilton Park and Plumpton and Ireland’s Listowel - Monday’s meetings include Australia’s Grafton, Orange, Horsham, South Africa’s Fairview, France’s Fontainebleau, UK’s Leicester

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Reflections on George Main Stakes Day

There were heroes and heroines aplenty at the George Main Stakes meeting at Randwick on Saturday with sublime performances from Nash Rawiller, Eduardo and currently the greatest heroine of all, Verry Elleegant (NZ)

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Ayrton's spring campaign may be over

The spring maybe over for Ayrton (NZ) as he recovers from a bacterial infection that may have been brought on by a spider bite - Mick Price, who trains the highly regarded galloper in partnership with Michael Kent Jr, said the four-year-old was on "a super antibiotic" and responding well to it

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Everest trial for The Inferno at The Valley

Former Singapore champ The Inferno could be running for a berth in the TAB The Everest (1200m) at Randwick on October 16th when he lines up in the Group 1 Moir Stakes (1000m) at The Valley on Friday night

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Sierra Sue posts maiden Group 1 success

The $1 million, Group 1, Neds Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes (1400m) lived right up to its lofty reputation in Australasian racing when producing another cliffhanger of a finish that witnessed Sierra Sue (NZ) scramble home for a gutsy win over French import Dice Roll (Fr) and the unlucky I'm Thunderstruck (NZ).

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Raceday wagering review

Eduardo overpowered the heavily tried Nature Strip in the Bowermans Commercial Furniture Shorts - opened the day at $8 and bottomed out at $5.50 off the back of constant support - jumped a $6 chance, putting him on the third line of betting behind Nature Strip and Masked Crusader ($4.80-$6-$5.50).

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Nonconformist secures Caulfield Cup option

Grahame Begg-trained Nonconformist (by Rebel Raider) secured his berth in next month’s Caulfield Cup when scoring a narrow success in the Group 3, Catanach’s Jewellers MRC Foundation Cup (2000m), earning exemption from ballot for the $5 million feature.

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Rawiller and Eduardo dominate The Shorts

Nash Rawiller dominated Randwick on Saturday with four winners including Joe Pride’s Eduardo who claimed the well backed scalp of Nature Strip in the Group 2 Bowermans Commercial Furniture Shorts (1100m) to open up considerable intrigue in the run up to the TAB The Everest on October 16th

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Verry Elleegant victorious in thrilling George Main

Verry Elleegant (NZ) has had to dig deep to claim the ninth Group 1 win of her career, the brilliant racemare producing a Winx like effort to run down tearaway leader Riodini (NZ) under another brilliant ride by regular partner James McDonald.

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Four Moves Ahead and Rawiller add another Group 2 in the Tea Rose

John Sargent’s Four Moves Ahead under Nash Rawiller claimed her second Group 2 victory at Randwick when the Snitzel filly won the Darley Tea Rose Stakes (1400m) on Saturday, the third leg of the Sydney Princess Series, turning the tables on rival Swift Witness who took the first leg

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Atishu books Epsom Handicap spot

A Group 1 tilt at the Epsom Handicap now awaits Atishu (NZ) after her dogged winning effort in the Group 3, Bill Ritchie Handicap (1400m) at Randwick. Now she'll look to follow in the same footsteps as her celebrated Kiwi compatriot Probabeel (NZ).

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Lightsaber to the fore in Guineas Prelude

Lightsaber has announced himself a Caulfield Guineas contender with his $300,000, Group 2, Neds Caulfield Guineas Prelude (1400m) victory at The Heath and will now look to emulate former Peter Moody-Luke Nolan stars Wonderful World and Anacheeva.

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Bon’s is a Pearla in Maskiell’s eyes

Bon’s A Pearla has given Jason Maskiell one of his biggest wins since returning to the saddle by landing the Group 2, Thousand Guineas Prelude (1400m) at Caulfield at odds of $31.00.

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2021 TAB Quaddie Playoffs competition opens for entry

TAB on Saturday opened its 2021 TAB Quaddie Playoffs competition on Saturday where punters have the chance to show off their Quaddie prowess, and potentially share in $100,000

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Track conditions, form and scratchings for Caulfield

Track conditions, form and scratchings for Caulfield - Track Good 4 - rail out 6m for the entire circuit - no irrigation for the last 24 hours, 8mm for the last seven days - 2mm of rain for the last 24 hours, 10.6mm for the last seven days - weather partly cloudy showers 1mm to 2mm possible 16c - 11 scratchings - FINAL

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Track conditions, form and scratchings for Randwick

Track conditions, form and scratchings for Randwick - Track Soft 5 - rail out 7m from the 1600m to the Winning Post and 4m for the remainder of the circuit - no irrigation for the last seven days - no rain for the last 24 hours, 27mm for the last seven days - weather partly cloudy 27 - 37 scratchings - FINAL - rider replacements

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Godolphin bid for more Guineas contenders

Godolphin trainer James Cummings is hopeful of Brigantine putting his hand up for a Caulfield Guineas start next month by running a forward race in Saturday's Caulfield Guineas Prelude (1400m) alongside stable companion Athelric.

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Wilde conundrum if Rose wins Foundation Cup

The Caulfield Cup could come into play if Tralee Rose (NZ) wins Saturday's MRC Foundation Cup at The Heath, though trainer Symon Wilde says he'll cross that bridge if he comes to it in a preparation primarily targeted at the race that stops a nation.

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Probabeel in top shape for Group 1 assault

Ace Kiwi racemare Probabeel (NZ) will need to set a weight carrying record if she is to land the $1 million, Group 1, Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield on Saturday for which she is presently rated a $4.60 equal favourite with tab.com.au.

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Prodigy given an Epsom opportunity

Edward Cummings is giving Prompt Prodigy the chance to qualify for an Epsom Handicap berth by running in the Group 2 Bill Ritchie Handicap (1400m) instead of a Benchmark assignment on Sydney's Saturday race programme at Randwick.

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Samizdat settled in for sprint Showdown

Co-trainer Michael Gangemi is confident Samizdat will handle his first shot at a Victorian Group 1 in Saturday’s Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield.

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