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Marsh’s mares back in form for major autumn assignments

  • Wed, 21 Mar 2018
  • Richard Edmunds
Thee Auld Floozie heads a strong hand for Stephen Marsh in Saturday’s Windsor Park Stud Japan Trophy.

Thee Auld Floozie heads a strong hand for Stephen Marsh in Saturday’s Windsor Park Stud Japan Trophy.

Stephen Marsh believes he has two high-class mares back at the peak of their powers ahead of Saturday’s Gr. 2 Windsor Park Stud Japan Trophy – a key stepping stone towards the Gr. 1 New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders’ Stakes at Te Aroha two weeks later. The Cambridge trainer will saddle Thee Auld Floozie and Ruud Not Too in this weekend’s $100,000 feature, which has been moved from its traditional home of Tauranga to Matamata due to issues with the Tauranga track. Th…
 

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