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Stable Jets To Pretty Wins

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TWO three-year-olds notched their second wins for Kendrick Racing on the Sunshine Coast last month.

Jet Spur gelding Mercury Jet flew on the cushion track on April 4, winning a Class 1 (1000m) by two-and-a-half lengths.


She's A Jewel

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PROMISING filly Tambo's Jewel's transformation from former slow coach to city winner is complete. And the stable believes there are better wins in store for the three-year-old after she won a midweek Class 4 (1200m) at Eagle Farm.


Hopes High For Doubtfilly

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HOPES Doubtfilly can win a feature race over the Brisbane Winter Carnival were given a boost with a gutsy win on a heavy track at Eagle Farm on Saturday (May 11).

The three-year-old filly, backed into $7.50 from $17 earlier in the week, took on the older horses and came up trumps in a Class 6-SW (1200m), beating Someday ($7) in a driving finish.


Wagga Gold Cup A Scream

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Jumping from barrier 14 in a field of 15 looked less than desirable for the consistent stable representative SCREAM MACHINE.

He had been racing over the Sydney Autumn Carnival with little luck and this looked to be another hurdle.

Tim Clark took hold of the EXCITES gelding and went straight back to last. Turning for home SCREAM MACHINE was still last, scouting wide, unable to see a run through the field.


Anzac Colours Inspire Mossale

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Promising Mossale delivered an impressive display lumping 60kg to win on Anzac Day at Yarra Valley assisted by a cool ride by Luke Currie . The 4yo settled just off the pace to stalk the leaders but unleashed a powerful 150m sprint to put pay to the field to win well over 1200m and there appears better things for the is son of Mossman who has always showed strong ability.


Stable Eyeing Some Nice Races With Its Top-liners

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WITH the winter carnival just around the corner, Kendrick Racing is plotting plans for its top-liners. "We have some nice races in mind for our horses and the new Sunshine Coast base will make it easier to target the rich carnival races in the south-east,'' said trainer Stuart Kendrick.

Doubtfilly, fourth in last year's Golden Slipper, is back and being aimed at some good races over the Brisbane carnival. She finished fourth first-up at Doomben last month under a big weight and her effort first-up since last year's Golden Rose in Sydney was pleasing.


Turvanna Hands Stable First Win Since Relocating South

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STABLE newcomer Turvanna has the honour of being Kendrick Racing's first winner since relocating to the Sunshine Coast last month.

Ironically, the win came back in Central Queensland in a three year-old race in Rockhampton.It was part of a double in successive races there, with Kendrick Racing also winning the next with Deb's Hope.

And the stable then made it three winners in two days when Pretty Gully won at a night meeting at Caloundra — Kendrick Racing's first win at its new home track.


Cottora Strikes

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After many frustrating starts for the owners and myself, Cotorra (Betty as she is known at the stables) finally broke through for a win last saturday at Rockhampton!

The filly has always shown plenty of ability on the training track however had never transferred that to race days, but after tinkering with some gear and allowing her to relax early in the race she finished powerfully to get the chocolates.


Millionaire's Baby Proves Her Worth

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Pocket rocket Millionaire's Baby shows size does not always matter by scoring an impressive win at Nowra on 8th April taking out the HARVEY WORLD TRAVEL NOWRA BENCHMARK 50 HANDICAP over 1000 metres by 1 length over 2nd - Dolled Up and 3rd - Gladiator.

Sent out at $5, she pinged the gates to lead the field and despite only being on the small side showed plenty of heart to hold off all challenges down the straight to win comfortably. Her trainer Scott Singleton expected a bold showing from the Holy Roman Emperor mare after her very solid effort at her previous start at Nowra over 1100 metres.


Les Ross Stable Fire's On All Cylinders

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The Les Ross Racing stable continues to churn out the winners with three separate horses scoring at three different tracks in the space of four days.

Grafton race track was the location to kick off the stables first winner on the 8th April when Mishani Edge scored a solid win taking out the BOOK A CARNIVAL VIP TICKET CLASS 1 & MAIDEN PLATE over 1700 metres defeating 2nd - Thunder Set and 3rd - Emperor's Lady after being sent out the favourite at $1.90.