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Media, News PremiershipsRace Diary InformationNSW Race ClubsIndustry Forms Stakes PaymentRules, Policies WHSGuide to RacingLady Brook ($2.50 favourite on TAB) could stake her claim for a spot in the Wagga qualifier of the Newhaven Park Country Championships on Thursday.The mare is coming off a three week racing break in the Class 4 Preview over 1200m and if she happens to perform well enough, a start in the $150,000 Wagga heat on February 20 could be confirmed.Lady Brook has been placed in two starts at Moonee Valley since winning at the Snake Gully Cup Carnival in November when leading jockey Blaike McDougall was in charge.The Albury jockey takes over again from barrier two which should allow Lady Brook to either lead or be right on the speed.Trainer Phil Sweeney. Image by Wagga Daily AdvertiserLady Brook has raced nine times for three wins and four placings her only unplaced runs coming at Caulfield and Flemington.Trainer Phil Sweeney said Wagga’s race would determine if the mare lines up at the same track in 16 days.While she isn’t coming off an extended racing break, Lady Brook has performed fresh in the past with two wins from as many starts. The preview has added interest with two Victorian trained gallopers and a Kembla Grange pair in the field of nine.They will be ineligible to race in the Wagga qualifier, but importantly they will provide a strong test for Wagga galloper Blitzar ($4) which is a certain starter for Wagga.Trainer Chris Heywood wants to see Blitzar finish off in the same manner as he did when a closing third in his first up run at Wagga.It was a change of racing style for Blitzar who normally leads or is right on the speed, but with the 1400m event in mind, the galloper is being taught to settle and finish off his races.That tactic worked last time and Heywood wants to see exactly the same style adopted again from gate three.”I’m hoping he does the same thing from a better barrier.
28, 2016 double checking seams and hanging the electronic touch pads on the pool TMs head wall for the upcoming FINA championships at the WFCU Centre in Windsor, Ont. Photo by Tyler Brownbridge /Windsor Star Project manager Don Sadler is photographed as crews continue to work on the installation of the pool at the WFCU Centre for the upcoming FINA championships in Windsor on Nov. 28, 2016.
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