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SEAWAY (NZ) returns to the winner's circle  2018-05-03
Third time to the races this preparation and it was back to the winner's enclosure for talented 3 year old colt SEAWAY (NZ) with a decisive win at Canterbury Park yesterday afternoon in the Benchmark 76 handicap over 1,550 metres. Tye Angland was in the saddle and rode the colt to perfection allowing SEAWAY (NZ) to settle on the rail slightly worse than midfield.

LILAKAI secures her first win at her second race start 2018-05-03
The blinkers might well have done the job! When Chris elected to send our 3 year old filly LILAKAI to his Gold Coast stable some weeks ago, he felt the local competition would be very beneficial to the filly to enable her to gain not only valuable race experience, but hopefully it would also give her the chance to notch up a win (or maybe even a few) in the area.

TWILIGHTER (NZ) relishes the step up in distance and wins 2018-04-24
Being by dual hemisphere Group 1 winner Reliable Man (GB), 3 year old filly TWILIGHTER (NZ) has inherited not only her dad's striking grey colouring, but also his staying power when she broke through for her first win on Saturday over 2,000 metres. The filly lined up at Kembla Grange with Mitchell Bell aboard and the pair settled towards the rear of the field during the early stages of the race.

REVOLVER wins in determined fashion at Newcastle 2018-04-16
History was made at Royal Randwick on Saturday as WINX recorded her 25th straight win and our trainer Chris Waller along with his dedicated team recorded a brilliant treble of Group 1 wins on the day. Chris and his team also had their hard work rewarded at Newcastle when our 4 year old gelding REVOLVER returned to the winner's circle second up this preparation following an extended period on the sidelines.






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