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    At the risk of sounding like a broken record….. At the risk of sounding like a broken record…..
    AT THE risk of sounding like a broken record, Australian Pacing Gold purchases are once again poised to dominate another round of Group events.... At the risk of sounding like a broken record…..

    AT THE risk of sounding like a broken record, Australian Pacing Gold purchases are once again poised to dominate another round of Group events.

    Just as they have for so many years APG stock are aplenty in feature races at Tabcorp Park Melton and Club Menangle tomorrow night.

    Melton will host a Group One and a pair of Group Twos, with the program headlined by the prestigious A G Hunter Cup.

    A field of 12 will contest the Grand Circuit gem, including APG buys Mach Dan and Expensive Ego.

    Of the remaining 10, seven are from New Zealand and three are owned by their breeders, meaning the only two horses sold in Australia were bought via APG’s Yearling Sales!

    Three APG eligible mares will compete in the $100,000 Ladyship Cup, including last season’s $210,000 APG FInal winner, Tough Tilly.

    Tough Tilly was also successful in the $350,000 APG Final in 2021.

    A triple Group One winner, Tough Tilly is the $1.35 TAB Fixed Odds favourite in the Group Two

    The daughter of Captaintreacherous will be joined in the field by APG purchases Tay Tay and Keayang Jackie – both Group winners.

    On the subject of Captaintreacherous stock, Captain Ravishing is a prohibitive $1.15 favourite in the $100,000 Four-Year-Old Bonanza.

    Widely-regarded as the nation’s most exciting prospect, Captain Ravishing will clash with fellow APG buys Interest Free and Codename Marcus.

    Sticking with four-year-olds, six APG purchases are engaged in the Hondo Grattan Stake at Club Menangle.

    As is the case with the Hunter Cup, the balance of the field are New Zealanders or raced by their breeder, meaning every runner in the $50,000 race sold in Australia was done so via APG!

    APG wishes the connections of all Group runners the best of luck.

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    Paul Courts

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