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Zabeel Classic 2019 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Danzdanzdance wins G1 Zabeel Classic

    New Zealand mare Danzdanzdance has continued her brilliant form to record her second Group One win of the summer with the promise of more to come, including a return to Sydney. Placed in the NZ Derby in March when trained by Donna Logan and Chris Gibbs, Danzdanzdance finished fifth and… Read More »

     
  • Upset NZ G1 win for Authentic Paddy

    Veteran Authentic Paddy has produced an upset in the Group One Zabeel Classic after being placed twice previously in the Ellerslie feature. Trained by Lisa Latta and ridden by Trudy Thornton, Authentic Paddy beat Lizzie L’Amour and multiple Group One winner Volkstok’n’barrell. in Tuesday’s 2000m-race. “It’s just an absolute buzz,”… Read More »

     
  • Consensus gets the job done in Zabeel Classic

    Consensus has won the Zabeel Classic in New Zealand to give her trainer Stephen McKee another welcome win at the top level and her jockey Alysha Colllett a first. McKee is best known for training champion Sunline in partnership with his now-retired father Trevor but has had a quiet year…. Read More »

     
  • Leith Innes to be undergo knee surgery

    New Zealand jockey Leith Innes will spend four to six weeks out of the saddle recovering from knee surgery but will be back in time to partner Provocative in her spring campaign. Innes, who won the Queensland Oaks earlier this month on the Tony Pike-trained filly will ride at Avondale… Read More »

     
  • Kawi’s best is yet to come, trainer says

    Allan Sharrock sounded an ominous warning at Trentham to future opponents of his stable spearhead Kawi. The Taranaki trainer produced the versatile five-year-old to win Saturday’s Group One Thorndon Mile and he’s confident the handsome son of Savabeel will be even better next time out. “He was fractionally fresh and… Read More »

     
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