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Resurgent Wise Men Say returns to bogey track

  • Wed, 11 Jul 2018
  • Richard Edmunds
Wise Men Say looked on the way back to his best form ahead of Saturday’s Wellington Steeplechase.

Wise Men Say looked on the way back to his best form ahead of Saturday’s Wellington Steeplechase.

Trentham has not been a good venue for Wise Men Say, but a vastly improved last-start performance has boosted the confidence of his trainer and part-owner Raymond Connors ahead of Saturday’s $75,000 Grant Plumbing Wellington Steeplechase. The son of Yamanin Vital has won five steeplechases in his career, headed by an outstanding 12-length victory in last year’s Great Northern at Ellerslie. But he has struggled in his previous attempts around Trentham’s figure-eight steepl…
 

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