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Richards delighted with Avantage

Matamata trainer Jamie Richards arrived back in New Zealand late on Saturday night with the knowledge his class filly Avantage had done all she could to secure her third placing in Saturday’s Gr.2 Arrowfield 3YO Sprint (1200m) at Randwick.

Glorious effort in Sydney Cup

Approaching the home turn in Saturday’s Gr.1 Sydney Cup (3200m), Waverley trainer Bill Thurlow had the feeling something special was about to unfold in front of him.

Kali all class in winning debut

Debutant Kali stamped herself as a filly to follow when she eased to an effortless victory over 1300m at Hastings on Saturday.

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Rd 2 SAS Fox Memorial Premiership Qualifiers match reports

A wrap of the action from Rd 2 of the SAS Fox Memorial Premiership Qualifiers.

Richmond 18 Bay Roskill 22

Felaar triumphs in titanic finish to Hawke’s Bay Cup

An inch-perfect ride by Leith Innes saw him guide race-favourite Felaar to a brave victory in Saturday’s Listed Royston Hospital Hawke’s Bay Cup (2200m) at Hastings.

Who Dares Wins doubles up at Riccarton

If on-course patrons at Riccarton thought the noise after Who Dares Wins won last week was at fever pitch it got even louder on Saturday when he backed up to take out the Gr.3 Coca-Cola Canterbury Gold Cup (2000m).

Beyond The Fort scores in Warstep Stakes

Classy three-year-old Beyond The Fort franked her gritty runner-up effort in the Gr.1 New Zealand Oaks (2400m) last month with a comprehensive victory in Saturday’s Listed New Zealand Bloodstock Warstep Stakes (2000m) at Riccarton.

Princess Kereru signs season off in style

Matamata visitor Princess Kereru signed off on an A+ report card for her current campaign when she scored a hollow victory in the Listed NZB Finance Sprint (1200m) at Hastings on Saturday.

Paul Coll beaten in quarters in Dutch tournament

In a marathon contest New Zealand world No.5 Paul Coll has come agonisingly close to beating Egyptian former world No.1 Karim Abdel Gawad in the quarter-finals at the PSA DPD Open in Eindhoven, the Netherlands this morning.

All Blacks Sevens ready to 'bounce back' in Singapore

The All Blacks Sevens are aiming to bounce back after a sixth place finish in Hong Kong last weekend when they take the field tomorrow at the HSBC Singapore Sevens.

The All Blacks Sevens team is;

1. Scott Curry (c)

2. Tim Mikkelson (c)

3. Tone Ng Shiu