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Perfect Dawn for $2 million Inglis race

Dawn Passage's co-trainer Adrian Bott says the colt has improved since his debut win and will relish a distance rise in the inaugural Inglis Millennium.

Clark rewarded for chasing Master Ash ride

Co-trainer Adrian Bott says Master Ash has the Group One Golden Rose on his agenda after taking out the Up And Coming Stakes.

Early arrival for international contenders

Six international spring carnival contenders have arrived in Melbourne to undergo quarantine at Werribee before joining their local trainers.

Thinkin’ Big headed to Victoria Derby

Gai Waterhouse is looking to Thinkin' Big to be a star of the spring with the Victoria Derby among his targets.

Coonawarra chasing third-straight city win

After wins at Canterbury and Rosehill at his past two starts, four-year-old Coonawarra will try to continue his winning run at Randwick.

Fun Fact chasing Derby spot in Byerley Hcp

The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott stable has sent two-year-old Fun Fact south to Melbourne to chase a Victoria Derby ballot exemption in the Byerley...

Prompt Response wins Group 1 Tatt’s Tiara

Sydney mare has won the Tatt's Tiara, the final Group One event for the Australian racing season.

Prompt Response primed for Tatt’s Tiara

Last year's Tattersall's Tiara runner-up Prompt Response will be striving to go one better in the $500,000 Group One race in Brisbane.

Thinkin’ Big aptly named with Derby goal

Thinkin' Big has taken the first step towards the Australian Derby with an encouraging debut win at Canterbury for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.

Echo Gem to extend stable’s winning run

Echo Gem will make her debut for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott at Warwick Farm following the stable's four winners at Randwick on the Kensington...

Duo off the mark for Waterhouse and Bott

Foreign Territory and Wide Spread Panic have recorded the first wins of their careers in impressive style on the Kensington track at Randwick.

Han Xin Qld Derby hope for Waterhouse/Bott

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott have transformed Han Xin from a sprinter to a stayer and a contender for the Group One Queensland Derby.

Gai Waterhouse on a Brisbane roll

Gai Waterhouse is closer to joining her father Tommy Smith in training the winners of all Brisbane's Group One races with English's Doomben 10,000 victory.

English claims Group One Doomben 10,000

English has won the Doomben 10,000, beating Impending and Le Romain in the $700,000 Group One sprint.

Sedanzer set to rebound at Scone

Sedanzer has an opportunity to bounce back from a flat first-up run at Hawkesbury when she contests the Dark Jewel Classic at Scone.

Baster and Waterhouse after ‘Bool Cup win

The combination of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott along with Stephen Baster are after another feature win, this time with Scholarly in the Warrnambool Cup.

Quick turnaround an option for Ecuador

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott will consider a quick back-up to the Lord Mayor's Cup for Ecuador.
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Ecuador in shape for Hawkesbury Gold Cup

Ecuador will return from a freshen-up to tackle the Hawkesbury Gold Cup, his first run at the track since his second career start in 2013.

Sedanzer takes step towards Tatt’s Tiara

Sedanzer will attempt to pick up where she left off when she resumes in the Group Three Godolphin Crown at Hawkesbury.

Dee with lightweight chance in Doncaster

Fresh from his third Group One win of the season, jockey Michael Dee will try to add the time-honoured Doncaster Mile aboard lightly weighted Arbeitsam.

Santos ticking over for Golden Slipper

Adrian Bott hopes Santos will benefit from a more relaxed lead-in to the Golden Slipper as top hopes Sunlight and Written By back up from...

Setsuna aims to seal Golden Slipper spot

Setsuna has to produce a strong performance in the Magic Night Stakes to secure a start in the Golden Slipper.

Shumookh up for rematch with Alizee in Surround Stakes

Shumookh and Alizee are set for another Randwick battle, this time over 1400 metres in the Group One Surround Stakes at Randwick.

Sheikha notches classy win at Warwick Farm

Promising filly Sheikha has claimed her second career win at Warwick Farm to suggest a return to black-type racing is feasible.
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Ugo Foscolo set to resume on Saturday back home in New Zealand

Group 1 winner Ugo Foscolo will be back on track on Saturday week. “He was going to trial at Matamata tomorrow, but they’ve been cancelled,...