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Prom Queen to cap dominant spring in 1000 Guineas

  • Wed, 15 Nov 2017
  • Richard Edmunds
Prom Queen is on the verge of stamping her dominance of the three-year-old filly crop.

Prom Queen is on the verge of stamping her dominance of the three-year-old filly crop.

Nearly 15 years after his last taste of Group One glory, Kenny Rae is eagerly counting down to Saturday’s $300,000 Gavelhouse.com New Zealand 1000 Guineas at Riccarton. “Four more sleeps,” the former jumps jockey told The Informant on Tuesday. Rae first scaled the Group One mountain with Egyptian Raine, who overcame a wide gate to win the Railway at Ellerslie in January 2003. Rae also co-bred and part-owned the star sprinter, who later performed admirably at the highest l…
 

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