Our Trainers News


Thelma Likes Goulburn

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21.02.14 After a nice win by PRICE WAR in Race 5, THELMA'S CHOICE made a good day for the stable better, by destroying her rivals in the Southern Highlands Equine Centre BM55 Handicap at Goulburn.

The race did not seem to have a lot of speed engaged, so with THELMA'S CHOICE stepping up to the 1600m, Padraig Peggy allowed the mare to roll forward under her own steam and control the tempo.


Bel Barage In Strong Victory

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Trainer Scott Singleton's flow of winners continued at Kembla Grange on 15/03/14 when handy galloper Bel Barage made easy work of her opposition winning the CATHOLICCARE CUP IN MEMORY OF LISA PALMER (BENCHMARK 60 HANDICAP) over 1200 METRES.

The daughter of Bel Esprit delivered a convincing 3 length victory over 2nd - A Roaring Success and 3rd - La Charge after being ridden mid field before overtaking her oppositon.


Brodies Scores For Singleton

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The Scott Singleton trained Brodies broke his maiden status in winning the TOOHEYS NEW MAIDEN PLATE  over 1450 METRES at Muswellbrook on the 04/03/14.

The sting out of the ground allowed the gelded son of Easy Rocking to live up to the reputation of his breed and relish the conditions to beat his opponents 2nd - Bolwarra Ben and 3rd - Crossing Guard at only his third race start.


On The Resurrect

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The Scott Aspery trained Resurrect brushed off his maiden status in style when winning the BENNIE MURRAY MAIDEN HANDICAP 1400m at Newcastle on 08/02/14.

After starting at the juicy odds of $13 the God's Own gelding jumped to the lead and was never headed taking out the event by 1.3 lengths over 2nd - Mary Lou and 3rd - Pherence.

It was a little surprising that the bookies had him at $13 after he managed to win a Warwick Farm trial prior to his race win.


Good Choice

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28.01.14 - Having her first preparation with the stable, THELMA'S CHOICE was able to break her maiden status at Goulburn in the 1300m Goulburn Workers Club Maiden Plate.

She is a lovely big strong mare with a great attitude by RED RANSOM who should only get better as she gets over further.


Sutherland has “DAY OUT” at Carrathool...

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T G Sutherland took a team of 6 horses to the historic annual Carrathool races on Saturday 1/2/2014.

Running on the dirt track, more synonymous with racing in the US of A, Trevor had 3 winners, a 2nd and a 3rd and claimed the $14,500 Carrathool Cup.


LONHRO Four-year-old Zellaro’s Breakthrough Win

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The former New South Wales gelding ended a frustrating run of three seconds since being transferred to Kendrick Racing on the Sunshine Coast in a rich metropolitan maiden.

Stepping up to the mile for the first time, the Darby Racing-syndicated galloper was ultra-impressive in winning the Coke Zero Maiden Plate (1600m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday, January 25.

Ridden by Damian Browne ($3.30-fav), he raced handy before bursting to the lead along the fence at the top of the straight and cruising away to win easily by three-and-a-quarter lengths.


Apprentice Magic

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MAGIC DALLAS romped in at Kembla Grange today in the Stuart James Memorial - 1300m Class 1 Handicap.

After lumping 60.5kg over 1350m at Wyong last start, MAGIC DALLAS only had 56kg to deal with after the claim for Kayla Cross.

The exciting apprentice allowed MAGIC DALLAS to balance up turning for home and looked in total control of the race when she produced the 4yo gelding to win by a dominant 2.3 length margin. Despite this being only his 2nd  win from 12 starts, MAGIC DALLAS has placed on 7 occasions, and with displays like today, he should be able to continue his progression through his classes.

Lohnro Son Mavro In Nice Win

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LOHNRO four-year-old Mavro has broken through for his first career win with Kendrick Racing.

Formerly trained by Gerald Ryan, the Darby Racing-syndicated galloper relished a step up in distance, winning a Maiden (1500m) at a midweek Eagle Farm meeting on January 15.


Two In A Row For Real Saga Filly

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PROMISING Real Saga filly Real Dreams has hit her stride.

The three-year-old has now won two in a row, having bolted in at Ipswich on Friday, January 10.

And it was the authority of that win that most pleased trainer Stuart Kendrick.