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The best Grade 5 final

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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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The best Grade 5 final ever?

The best Grade 5 final ever?

Is this Saturday's Grade 5 final the best we have ever seen at The Meadows, with the eight finalists winning over $1.2 ...

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 ...

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Borg’s quintet set to fire

Borg’s quintet set to fire

Maryborough trainer Joe Borg heads to The Meadows on Saturday night with five quality chasers, including in-form youngster Van Ann, going for her sixth straight win in a 600-metre final on the weekend. The daughter of Cosmic Rumble and Come On Luann completed her picket fence last week with a top five-length heat win in 34.62, and has drawn favorably in box two for Saturday’s  $10,500 final. She is one of five chasers aiming for success on the night for ...

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Elsa to leave opponents in the cold

Elsa to leave opponents in the cold

The lightly-raced Midnight Elsa looks incredibly hard to beat in Saturday’s 525 Club handicap over 725 metres after a near-record win at Bendigo last start. The daughter of Shakey Jakey and Midnight News won by almost 15 lengths over Bendigo’s 660-metre trip in 37.42 – just over a length outside No Donuts’ track record gallop back in March, 2016. It came after a gallant fourth in the Sandown Cup in just her sixth race start, beaten by just a length ...

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The best Grade 5 final ever?

The best Grade 5 final ever?

Is this Saturday’s Grade 5 final the best we have ever seen at The Meadows, with the eight finalists winning over $1.2 million in prizemoney? Melbourne Cup winner Ando’s Mac, Launching Pad star Suffragette and speed demon Zinzan Brooke (pictured) are among the amazing field to face off in a classic Grade 5 final after all recorded impressive heat victories over the weekend. Ando’s Mac – now in the care of Anthony Azzopardi – recorded his first victory since late ...

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