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Shima hard to beat

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Tantalising clash in Free For

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Two-time Meadows G1 finalist returns

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Alera Bale runs hands off

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Shima hard to beat

Shima hard to beat

Geelong Cup winner Shima Song looks hard to beat in her second attempt over 600 metres at The Meadows on Saturday night. The ...

Tantalising clash in Free For All

Tantalising clash in Free For All

Saturday's Meadows meeting is highlighted by a tantalising clash between three-time Group 1 finalist Matt Machine and Group 1 Peter Mosman runner-up ...

Two-time Meadows G1 finalist returns to the track

Two-time Meadows G1 finalist returns to the track

Accomplished chaser Pop The Cork returns to The Meadows in the second leg of quaddie on Saturday night. The son of Brett Lee ...

Alera Bale runs hands off the clock

Alera Bale runs hands off the clock

The staying prowess of Alera Bale is undoubted after becoming the third fastest greyhound ever around the 725-metre trip at The Meadows ...

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Jezza hard to beat

Jezza hard to beat

Group 1 Temlee and Group 1 Melbourne Cup runner-up Jesaulenko returns to The Meaodws on Saturday night after a devastating 24.88 win at Warrnambool last week. The son of Irish sire College Causeway and Elite Fairy is in fantastic form and will be hard to beat in the first leg of Saturday’s quaddie, which kicks off at 8.38pm. The black chaser – a winner of 30 of his 65 race starts – takes on the well-drawn Mysterize (box one) and ...

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Shima hard to beat

Shima hard to beat

Geelong Cup winner Shima Song looks hard to beat in her second attempt over 600 metres at The Meadows on Saturday night. The daughter of Dyna Tron and Shimaguni has drawn box one in race four after a Golden Easter Egg campaign at Wentworth Park. A winner of 23 races, the black chaser looks very hard to hold out in the Mixed 3/4 Grade, taking on the likes of the talented Amigo (box two) and Exs And Ohs (box eight), ...

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Tantalising clash in Free For All

Tantalising clash in Free For All

Saturday’s Meadows meeting is highlighted by a tantalising clash between three-time Group 1 finalist Matt Machine and Group 1 Peter Mosman runner-up Invictus Rapid in the Free For All over 525 metres (race eight). Trained by husband and wife team Jamie and Brooke Ennis, Matt Machine returns to The Meadows for the first time since running fifth in March’s Group 1 Australian Cup behind heroine Fanta Bale. The son of American sire SH Avatar and Love To Rock (a sister ...

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