Headline News Papal Bull to stud in 2009

<p><span class="copy" id="Label1">DUBLIN, Ire – Last season’s Princess of Wales’s Stakes winner Papal Bull has been purchased by a syndicate headed by David Stack’s Coolagown Stud, Ireland. </span></p>
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Headline News Preview: Olympic Gold for Kotzen, Danielson

<p><span class="copy" id="Label1">JACK MILNER&nbsp;<br />
SINCE teaming up trainer Glen Kotzen and jockey Raymond Danielson have become a formidable combination and they look set to strike yet again at Greyville today with Olympic Gold.<br />
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The five-year-old gelding runs in Race 7, an Open Handicap over 1600m. He has been a revelation since joining the Kotzen yard in February last year. He has run seven times for three wins, four seconds and a third. He particularly ran well for Jeff Lloyd but based on his current form, Danielson should be equal to the task.<br />
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Photo: Trainer Glen Kotzen</span></p>

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Headline News Preview: Aliquot can divide and conquer

<p><img alt="Glen Hatt" hspace="5" width="85" align="right" vspace="5" border="1" src="/Portals/0/jockeys/GlenHatt.jpg" /><strong><em>RAMSDEN&rsquo;S DAY: Aliquot and Miss Gold Digger could rack up a double for the Joey Ramsden stable at Durbanville today and the trainer has good chances of winning a couple of other races as well!</em></strong><br />
NICCI GARNER <br />
IT has been more than a year since Aliquot won, but the Jallad gelding has placed in six of his nine outings since that success and he could well get back on the winning trail in the Stayers MR 80 Handicap over 2000m, topliner at Durbanville this afternoon.<br />
Photo: Glen Hatt</p>

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Headline News "Iron horse'' Oracle West does it again!

IRON horse Oracle West has been a great stable servant for Mike de Kock in the Dubai International Racing Carnival and posted his fourth local victory when conceding weight to his five rivals in a high quality 1777m turf handicap on Friday night.

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Headline News Preview: Fortune, Ramsden to Strike Again

DURBANVILLE TOMORROW HOT FORM: Andrew Fortune has ridden seven winners in three meetings while Ramsden has trained eight in the same period&nbsp;<br />
JACK MILNER<br />
IN December and January the rule in Cape Town was to follow Justin Snaith and Richard Fourie. As is so often the case with racing, rules change pretty quickly and in a short space of time the new directive is: “follow Joey Ramsden and Andrew Fortune”.

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Headline News Review: Diabolical results at Turffontein

<p><span class="copy" id="Label1">NICCI GARNER&nbsp;<br />
MOST punters will call Sunday’s results at Turffontein diabolical but someone enjoyed a lucrative payday after favourite Dancer’s Delight won Race 9 over 1400m.</span></p>

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Headline News Eagle Mountain fractures pelvis

<p><span class="copy" id="Label1">DUBAI – Eagle Mountain, a short-head runner-up in the Group 1 Champion Stakes in his most recent start, will miss the Dubai Sheema Classic (sponsored by Nakheel), according to trainer Mike De Kock. </span></p>

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Headline News Review: Nania cruises home345

<div style="margin: 0cm 0cm 10pt">MEL KAPLAN&nbsp;<br />
<span style="line-height: 115%">ALTHOUGH both Ice Belle and Rei Rei had an advantage of 2kg and 1kg respectively over Nania at the weights carried in Saturday afternoon’s Grade 3 Riverworld Prix Du Cap over 1400m at Kenilworth, the Western Winter filly looked the right one and was well backed to start firm favourite.<br />
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Photo: Nania wins the Riverworld Prix Du Cap</span></div>

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Headline News PREVIEW: Fortune and Ramsden set to Strike Again

<p>JACK MILNER<br />
IN December and January the rule in Cape Town was to follow Justin Snaith and Richard Fourie. As is so often the case with racing, rules change pretty quickly and in a short space of time the new directive is: “follow Joey Ramsden and Andrew Fortune”.<br />
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They are currently the hot combination and it would be foolish to go against them at Durbanville tomorrow.<br />
Photo: Joey Ramsden</p>

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