Headline News Review: Express Wish takes Supreme Stakes

<p>LONDON – Few can have had Express Wish down as a next-time-out Group winner when he finished only 11th in last month’s Stewards’ Cup consolation race, but the withdrawal of hot favourite Royal Vintage and three others put an entirely different complexion on the KBC Supreme Stakes race and the four-year-old stepped up to the plate for a career-best.</p>

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Headline News Preview: Vintage De Kock can have a right royal win at Goodwood

<p>MIKE DE KOCK (left) has been enjoying a reasonable amount of success with his handful of British runners and Royal Vintage makes plenty of appeal at Goodwood today.</br> <br><br>The South African handler has a small team on these shores this summer and he has already bagged two good wins courtesy of Archipenko and Warsaw. And in this three-year-old, he has another promising prospect judged on a trio of good efforts at the Dubai Carnival meeting.</p>

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Headline News Classy Lan Air Cel has the edge

<p>JACK MILNER<br />
LAN AIR CEL is undoubtedly the best-performed runner in Race 7 at Scottsville this afternoon. When the Australian-bred filly was with Mike de Kock she won three of her first four starts, finished a 2.75-length fourth to Sun Classique in the Grade 1 Cape Fillies Guineas at Kenilworth from a poor draw, and contested both the Renounce Handicap and the Yellowwood Handicap, won by Soft Landing and Stratos respectively.<br />
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Photo: Wendy Whitehead trains Lan Air Cel.</p>
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Headline News Classic Flamenco to make it victory No 4 for in-form Rugg

<p>JACK MILNER<br />
TRAINER Vernon Rugg has only been in Kimberley a short while and already he has made his mark with a regular flow of winners. Classic Flamenco has been one of his stable stars and the five-year-old mare will be going for her fourth successive victory in Race 4 at Flamingo Park this afternoon, a MR 76 Handicap for fillies and mares over 1600m.<br />
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Photo: Vernon Rugg trains Classic Flamenco.</p>

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Headline News Jaroslaw has the class to extend his rivals

<p>JACK MILNER<br /> THE KwaZulu-Natal season may well be over but there are a couple of top-class races at Clairwood on Sunday. Topliner is an Open Handicap over 1200m and it looks set to be a hotly contested affair. While he is not the soundest horse in training, Jaroslaw is not short on ability and based on his form behind JJ The Jet Plane, could be the pick of this field.<br /> <br /> Photo: Ernst Oertel trains Jaroslaw.</p>

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