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Spring confirmed for Sense of Honour

Spring confirmed for Sense of Honour

Sense Of Honour is bound for a potentially lucrative spring campaign after the filly led up and proved too sharp for her rivals to kick-off finals day at Flemington on Saturday. The two-year-old, who cost $340,000 as a yearling, got punters off to the ideal start with...

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G2-winning NZ filly bound for Melbourne

G2-winning NZ filly bound for Melbourne

Gold Bracelet, one of the most progressive fillies in New Zealand, is bound for Victoria. Roll The Dice Racing has acquired a 50 percent share in the daughter of Pins, who will next month take up residence with Mick Price and Mick Kent Jr at Caulfield. The...

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Oceanex wins Andrew Ramsden

Oceanex wins Andrew Ramsden

Oceanex became the first horse to gain entry into the 2020 Lexus Melbourne Cup (3200m) when causing a minor upset in winning Saturday’s $320,000 Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes (2800m) at Flemington. The heavily backed King of Leogrance ($1.80 favourite) was afforded...

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Oceanex Outclasses Cup Rivals

Oceanex Outclasses Cup Rivals

We have been singing the praises of Waikato Stud’s Ocean Park all season and one that has played her part in his breakout season is the four-year-old mare Oceanex who proved too strong at the end of the 2500 metres of Saturday’s Listed Port Adelaide Cup at...

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Class mares run for racing futures

Class mares run for racing futures

The racing careers of four-year-old mares Seabrook and Oceanex could be on the line when they compete in Stakes races in Adelaide on Saturday, but co-trainer Mick Price hasn't packed their bags just yet. Group 2 winner Oceanex rises to 2500 metres for the first time...

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Dice Rolls Best for He’ll Haunt Us

Dice Rolls Best for He’ll Haunt Us

Mick Price and Michael Kent’s long-range plan to win Australia’s richest maiden paid handsome dividends on Saturday when He’ll Haunt Us landed the $250,000 Magic Millions Maiden Plate (1200m) at the Gold Coast. The son of Time For War, who was purchased by Roll The...

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Training duo dominate Sandown

Training duo dominate Sandown

Mick Price and Mick Kent Jnr comfortably claimed training honours at Sandown Hillside on Wednesday, winning four of the seven races on the card. Price and Kent Jnr prepared Bella Amore ($3.30), Right You Are ($1.90) and Scorpius ($1.80) to win their respective races...

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Right You Are looks to have a bright future

Right You Are looks to have a bright future

Mick Price won't be rushed into getting Right You Are back to the track after the gelding's breakthrough win Sandown. Having his third start, Right You Are won the Ladbrokes Back Yourself Plate with Price, who trains in partnership with Mick Kent junior, immediately...

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Summer trip booked at Ballarat

Summer trip booked at Ballarat

Euphoric Summer booked her ticket for January's $2 million Magic Millions Classic (1200m) at the Gold Coast with a strong on-pace victory at Ballarat on Saturday. Euphoric Summer ($6), trained by Mick Price and Michael Kent Jnr, was ridden confidently by Ben Melham to...

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Teleplay surprises with WFA win at Sandown

Teleplay surprises with WFA win at Sandown

In-form mare Teleplay has exceeded trainer Mick Price’s expectations to claim a weight-for-age win by the barest margin in the Group Three Kevin Heffernan Stakes at Sandown. Teleplay won a Group Three race for mares during the recent Melbourne Cup Carnival at...

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Oceanex rebounds with G2 Matriarch victory

Oceanex rebounds with G2 Matriarch victory

Luck has finally gone the way of Oceanex with the mare fighting bravely to secure a first stakes race victory at Flemington. A winner over the course and distance in January, Oceanex took out the Group Two Matriarch Stakes (2000m) on Saturday which her trainers, Mick...

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Miss Damita Wins The Mortlake Cup

Miss Damita Wins The Mortlake Cup

A brilliant ride by apprentice jockey Teo Nugent on Miss Damita saw the lightly raced five-year-old win the $25,000 Mortlake Cup on Saturday. Miss Damita defeated Tysonic by over three lengths with Barade back in third place in the feature race on the seven-event...

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Teleplay scores again on Melbourne Cup Day

Teleplay scores again on Melbourne Cup Day

A year after her most recent victory, Teleplay has landed a second stakes success on the Melbourne Cup day program at Flemington. Teleplay won over 1200m at Listed level in 2018 and stepped up to 1400m on Tuesday to take out the Group Three Jim Beam Stakes. Ridden by...

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