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From: Amy (1pony)

2/26/13

Build up continues for Hay List
27 FEB 2013 | BY ROB BURNET 

Hay List continued his measured progress towards a return to the race track on Wednesday with race jockey Glyn Schofield riding the sprinter in light work at Gosford for trainer John McNair.

Hay List is returning from a knee injury that threatened to finally end the career of the outstanding sprinter who has been the only true test for world champion Black Caviar when they have met in races such as the 2011 Group 1 TJ Smith Stakes over 1200m at Randwick and 2012 Group 1 Lightning Stakes over 1000m at Flemington.

http://www.thoroughbrednews.com.au/Sydney/default.aspx?id=65085

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From: Derby132

2/27/13

Good luck to Hay List - I hope he omes back strong.

Amy (1pony)
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From: Amy (1pony)

2/27/13

Me too!! 
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From: Amy (1pony)

3/18/13

Check out this tweet

All Too Hard will stay in Melbourne until close to the race and will barrier trial at least once into the race. Royal Ascot is a goer.


https://twitter.com/AndrewBensley

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From: Derby132

3/18/13

Ah, that's exciting.  I'm glad ATH goes to Ascot and Caviar stays home.  Let the young 'un go.

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From: Amy (1pony)

3/18/13

All Too Hard takes aim at All Ages Stakes in Sydney

ALL Too Hard is set to race on with connections today announcing there were no immediate plans to retire the $25 million colt.

Owners had been weighing up the future of All Too Hard, a half brother to Black Caviar, after the star three year old's race-morning scratching from the Australian Guineas.

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/sport/superracing/hard-thinking-on-25m-colts-future-following-race-morning-scratching-with-elevated-temperature/story-fn67siys-1226600102274?sv=297b1ee7a81b2b29da9bd405f29ff08d#.UUfO2pWAUA8.twitter

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From: Amy (1pony)

3/27/13

Knee injury to sideline Barakey

Group One-winning West Australian sprinter Barakey is expected to be out for six months after scans revealed he has fractured a knee.

Barakey suffered the first defeat of his career in last Saturday’s Group One Newmarket Handicap (1200m) at Flemington when he beat just two runners home.

But on his return to Perth, scans revealed the Winterbottom Stakes winner required an operation on his knee.

He will have surgery next week.



Read more: http://www.justhorseracing.com.au/general-news/breaking-news/knee-injury-to-sideline-barakey/194439 #ixzz2OnBiHnqF
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From: Derby132

3/27/13

He's had a rough time of it lately.  Sorry to hear this about the knee.
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