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Multiple stakes performer out to shed maiden status in Futurity

  • Wed, 23 May 2018
  • Richard Edmunds
Ole Ole (second from right) will be hard to beat in Saturday’s Futurity Stakes after finishing second to stablemate Rubira in his most recent start at Pukekohe.

Ole Ole (second from right) will be hard to beat in Saturday’s Futurity Stakes after finishing second to stablemate Rubira in his most recent start at Pukekohe.

After two strong placings at black-type level, champion trainers Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman are hoping for third time lucky with maiden galloper Ole Ole in Saturday’s Listed Auckland Futurity Stakes over 1400 metres at Pukekohe. “The track is going to be quite testing, but he got through wet ground well the last time he ran there and he’ll get the distance.” Raced by Forsman in partnership with breeder Brett Wilkinson, the Makfi gelding began his career wit…
 

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