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JUSTIFY JUSTIFYING CONFIDENCE

A Churchill Downs Winner and then the First Stakes Horse for JUSTIFY. It was winner number three (3) for the undefeated US Triple Crown winner JUSTIFY on Friday when JUST CINDY (2f Justify x Jenda’s Agenda, by Proud Citizen) won by 2¼ lengths at Churchill Downs. Justify will have his first Australian runners next season and they are already appearing in our leading stables as they progress from being broken in after the yearling sales this year where they sold for up to $1million.
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Dynamic 3YO Filly NOTIONS with PIKE and FREEDMANS Combine for Terrific WIN

3yo Filly NOTIONS (Press Statement / She's Sirius) recorded her third (3rd) WIN from 7 Starts when proving far too strong for her peers at Goulburn on Friday afternoon. Trained by Dynamic father and son combination Richard and William Freedman, and ridden by the “Wizard From The West” Willie Pike, our Dynamic Team combined for an exciting victory in Race 8 the DIVALLS EARTHMOVING Benchmark 66 Handicap over 1300m.
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Fascinating Australian SECOND CROP SIRES Data as at 16-6-22

There are 73 Second Crop sires at Stud in Australia and the data coming through is intriguing. The latest stats highlight some sires flying under the radar doing a wonderful job, punching well above their weight division Forget prizemoney as a determining factor because if a stallion flukes a good one, this distorts and skewer’s the true success (or failure) of a young sire whose progeny may not have had the same luxury of lobbing into a leading stable as compared to the others. We like to use Total Number of Winners as a Key Performance Indicator along with Strike Rate Percentage of Winners to Runners. This puts the focus on success over marketing and hype.
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150th Group 1 Win Trained by GAI WATERHOUSE

Australian Racing's Hall of Fame trainer Gai Waterhouse reached another career milestone at Eagle Farm on Saturday, winning her 150th Group 1 race when taking the Stradbroke Handicap. Alligator Blood, who is trained by Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, successfully returned from surgery to win the $2 million, 1400-metre race. Alligator Blood was the 16th Gr1 Win for the Waterhouse and Bott partnership adding to the 134 Waterhouse captured as a trainer in her own right.
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Palaisipan a New Gr2 Winner for So You Think

So You Think fans were hoping his exciting 2YO colt Political Debate (2c So You Think x Nakataan, by Zabeel) would win the Group 1 BRC JJ Atkins Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday, but when he came up half a length short, there was consolation when his progressive mare Palaisipan (4m So You Think x Touch of Red, by Fastnet Rock) captured the Group 2 BRC Dane Ripper Stakes (1300m).
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TASHI Making a Winning Debut is of Keen Interest to Team Dynamic

The Altomonte family’s Corumbene Stud had their renowned orange and brown spot silks arrive into the winner’s circle at Randwick on Wednesday, carried by their debutant TASHI. Trained by the Snowden’s, the two-year-old Sebring filly was well fancied off a couple of encouraging trials and produced a good finish for Sam Clipperton to run home strongly from back in the ruck to claim an impressive win.
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POLITICAL DEBATE is Forty First Stakes Winner for SO YOU THINK

Exciting So You Think 2yo Political Debate is one of the best looking colts you would ever see and he has the talent to match, posting his first stakes victory at Eagle Farm on Saturday when casting off maiden status with a tough win in the Listed BRC the Phoenix (1500m). Ridden by James McDonald, Political Debate showed his inexperience by racing greenly after things did not go to plan but was still able to scrape home over Kiwi raider Sharp ‘n’ Smart. McDonald admitted he did not give Political Debate the run he was planning and found himself in front too far from home.
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Huge Group 1 and Group 2 Double for American Pharoah

American Pharoah had a red-letter day on Sunday with a new Group 1 winner in France followed closely by a new Group 2 winner in North America. American Pharoah’s two graded stakes winners came at seven furlongs on the dirt and 1¼ miles (2000m) on the turf, continuing to show the versatility of the US Triple Crown winner’s progeny. At Hawkesbury on Tuesday a talented two-year-old daughter of American Pharoah named Yankees (2f American Pharoah x Mine Two, by I Am Invincible) won on debut against older horses.
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Dynamic MICK PRICE and MICK KENT Jnr Train Avalanche of Winners

Dynamic Victorian co-trainers Mick Price and Mick Kent Jnr's success during the 2022 Adelaide Autumn Carnival has continued their golden run since switching their training operation to Cranbourne. Since relocating from Caulfield at the end of November 21, Price and Kent Jnr have trained 79 winners from 364 starters at a strike-rate of 20.8 per cent.
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STATUETTE Becomes Another Exciting Debutant Winner for Spectacular JUSTIFY

Less than a week after producing TAHOMA to be his first winner in North America, and then his son JUSTAFEVER was runner-up on debut at Churchill Downs, the undefeated US Champion 3yo Racehorse JUSTIFY has put himself on the Sire’s Premiership Table in Ireland when his exciting 2yo filly STATUETTE (2 ch f Justify x Immortal Verse, by Pivotal) scored an impressive debut victory.
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